Record-breaking Commonwealth Karate Championships to start in Birmingham
The best karate athletes from the Commonwealth countries will gather in Birmingham (UK) from September 7 to 11 for the anticipated 2022 Commonwealth Karate Championships.
Over 400 athletes from 21 nations are registered to compete at the event in Birmingham. The competition is open to participants from Cadet to Senior categories and the athletes are set to be spread out into 83 different divisions.
Some of the best karatekas from the Commonwealth countries have confirmed their participation in the tournament.
The list of stars to catch the attention of fans at the event has two-time European Championships bronze medallist Amy Connell of Scotland, Youth Olympic Games bronze medallist and current U21 European Championships runner-up Lauren Salisbury of England, three-time Oceanian Championships bronze medallist Shaun Yuen of Australia, former Grand Winner and 2017 continental champion Morgan Moss of South Africa, and continental champion Omoshuka Ogene of Nigeria, among many others.
The competition is scheduled from September 7 to 11, with finals being held at the end of each competition day.
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