Dubai will host the second leg of the Karate 1-Premier League period from tomorrow, with the occasion a serious halt in the race for Tokyo Olympic. It is one of the last rivalries before the Olympic 2020 qualification process trimmings on 6 April so a solid field has collected to offer for a home at the Games.
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Karate will make its Olympic 2020 induction in Tokyo and the upper-four ranked athletes in the standings will qualify straight. Nearly 600 troops from 85 countries have unlisted, counting all but two of the ruling world champions and 10 out of the 12 defending Premier League grand winners.
The Olympic rankings lists are “too close to call” in most of the weight divisions so there will be enormous importance on the rivalry at Al Wasl Club. In the men’s Kumite under-67 kilograms, Vinicius Figueira of Brazil and Ali Elsawy of Egypt are tied on the same number of points in the last qualifying slot.
Eray Samdan of Turkey and Angelo Crescenzo of Italy are in a near fight in the men’s under-60kg in 3rd and 4th, though Stanislav Horuna of Ukraine is eager to overtake 4th-placed American Thomas Scott in the men’s under-75kg. In the women’s under-55kg Sara Brahmana of Iran is battling with Jana Messerschmitt of Germany for the last succeeding place.
The women’s under-61kg features a battle between Jovana Preković of Serbia in fourth place and France’s Gwendoline Philippe. Competition begins tomorrow in the United Arab Emirates city and will run through to the medal sessions on Sunday.
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