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WKO World Weight Karate Championship results

WKO World Weight Championships
Shinkyokushinkai Karate World Cup, from 1997
The 6th WKO World Weight Championship
June 1-2, 2017 (Astana, Kazakhstan)

Men
Lightweight
1 Harutaka Okazaki (Japan)
2 Andrei Zinchenko (Georgia)
3 Yerkebulan Beisembayev (Kazakhstan)
3 Dmitriy Moisseyev (Kazakhstan)

Middleweight
1 Salahat Hasanov (Azerbaijan)
2 Maxim Smolyakov (Russia)
3 Mikheil Tsiklauri (Georgia)
3 Oleksandr Svynarenko (Ukraine)

Lightheavyweight
1 Shota Maeda (Japan)
2 Nazar Nasirov (Russia)
3 Vladimir Artyushin (Kazakhstan)
3 Daiki Kato (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Yuji Shimamoto (Japan)
2 Kembu Iriki (Japan)
3 Ilya Yakovlev (Kazakhstan)
3 Lukas Kubilius (Lithuania)

Women
Lightweight
1 Miki Shoguchi (Japan)
2 Lyudmila Ustyugova (Kazakhstan)
3 Ayu Takeya (Japan)
3 Yui Kikukawa (Japan)

Middleweight
1 Juri Minamihara (Japan)
2 Sayaka Kato (Japan)
3 Anastassiya Mironenko (Kazakhstan)
3 Chisa Kato (Japan)

Lightheavyweight
1 Chisaki Araki (Japan)
2 Yekaterina Gurova (Kazakhstan)
3 Ioanna Belykh (Kazakhstan)
3 Inga Mikstaite (Lithuania)

Heavyweight
1 Emi Shoguchi (Japan)
2 Misaki Sato (Japan)
3 Nahoko Tanioka (Japan)
3 Anna Vishniakova (Russia)

 

The WKO 5th World Cup
April 13-14th, 2013 (Vilnius, Lithuania)

Men
Lightweight
1 Domitriy Moiseev (Kazakhstan)
2 Yuki Maeda (Japan)
3 Takayuki Tsukagoshi (Japan)
3 Andrius Miseckas (Lithuania)

Middleweight
1 Orest Proc (Lithuania)
2 Daiki Kato (Japan)
3 Kazufumi Shimamoto (Japan)
3 Shota Maeda (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Valeri Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
2 Lukas Kubilius (Lithuania)
3 Roman Nesterenko (Russia)
3 Yuji Shimamoto (Japan)

Women
Lightweight
1 Sayaka Kato (Japan)
2 Mariya Gridneva (Kazakhstan)
3 Diana Maciute (Lithuania)
3 Rita Pivoriunaite (Lithuania)

Middleweight
1 Misaki Sato (Japan)
2 Noriko Yokoyama (Japan)
3 Gabija Gudeliauskaite (Lithuania)
3 Takayo Kimura (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Margarita Ciuplyte (Lithuania)
2 Emi Shoguchi (Japan)
3 Csenge Szepesi (Hungary)
3 Diana Balsyte (Lithuania)

The WKO 4th World Cup
June 20-21, 2009 (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Men
Lightweight
1 Domitriy Moiseev (Kazakhstan)
2 Yoshiaki Kikuhara (Japan)
3 Roman Shamsutdinov (Russia)
4 Shohei Yamano (Japan)

Middleweight
1 Roman Nesterenko (Russia)
2 Marius Ilas (Romania)
3 Alexey Leonov (Kazakhstan)
4 Kazufumi Shimamoto (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Valeri Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
2 Norichika Tsukamoto (Japan)
3 Maxim Shevchenko (Russia)
4 Sam Gilbert (Australia)

Women
Lightweight
1 Mariya Gridneva (Kazakhstan)
2 Nozomi Kanemitsu (Japan)
3 Kazuko Mitsube (Japan)
4 Elena Bashekehayova (Bulgaria)

Middleweight
1 Misaki Sato (Japan)
2 Edit Abraham (Hungary)
3 Inga Mikstaite (Lithuania)
4 Csenge Szepesi

Heavyweight
1 Margarita Ciuplyte (Lithuania)
2 Viviana Chirila (Romania)
3 Carolleen Brix (Greece)
4 Mimiko Fukuda (Japan)

The WKO 3th World Cup
June 18-19, 2005 (Osaka, Japan)

Men
Lightweight
1 Kou Tanigawa (Japan)
2 Vasily Khudyakov (Russia)
3 Dimitar Popov (Bulgaria)
4 Vytautas Viscius (Lithuania)

Middleweight
1 Valeri Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
2 Alexey Leonov (Kazakhstan)
3 Gaku Yasumoto (Japan)
4 Tsuyoshi Takezawa (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Takayuki Tsukagoshi (Japan)
2 Donatas Imbras (Lithuania)
3 Kunihiro Suzuki (Japan)
4 Norichika Tsukamoto (Japan)

Women
Lightweight
1 Nozomi Kanemitsu (Japan)
2 Kumiko Sunakawa (Japan)
3 Yuka Kobayashi (Japan)
4 Marina Anfimova (Russia)

Middleweight
1 Misaki Sato (Japan)
2 Yukina Yamaguchi (Japan)
3 Mimiko Fukuda (Japan)
4 Anca Wallmen (Romania)

Heavyweight
1 Veronika Szovetes (Hungary)
2 Maria Stensson (Sweden)
3 Ayumi Noguchi (Japan)
4 Alina Kazhanova (Russia)

The WKO 2nd World Cup
June 23rd, 2001 (Budapest, Hungary)

Men
Lightweight
1 Takahiro Miyano (Japan)
2 Victor Karasyuk (Russia)
3 Ken Kato (Japan)
4 Shuichiro Tada (Japan)

Middleweight
1 Paulius Klapatauskas (Lithuania)
2 Kolodyazhniy Vitaly (Russia)
3 Takahiro Nakazono (Japan)
4 Muzaffer Bacak (Germany)

Heavyweight
1 Denis Grigoriev (Russia)
2 Gediminas Tankevicius (Lithuania)
3 Oleksey Kasatonov (Ukraine)
4 Maxim Shevchenko (Russia)

Women
Lightweight
1 Rita Sztanko (Hungary)
2 Jurgita Tumaite (Lithuania)
3 Melinda Motzer (Hungary)
4 Kumiko Sunakawa (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Veronika Szovetes (Hungary)
2 Sandra Staneviciute (Lithuania)
3 Chisa Yonezawa (Japan)
4 Ivett Toth (Hungary)

The 1st WKO World Cup
1997 (Chiba, Japan)

Men
Lightweight
1 Kou Tanigawa (Japan)
2 Dergausov Victor (Russia)
3 Antal Bencze (Hungary)
4 Okito Narumi (Japan)

Middleweight
1 Tadashi Ishihara (Japan)
2 Muzaffer Bacak (Germany)
3 Kentoku Saeki (Japan)
4 Shigenori Sakamoto (Japan)

Heavyweight
1 Norichika Tsukamoto (Japan)
2 Toru Okamoto (Japan)
3 Burghart Gaertner (Germany)
4 Frank Russo (Australia)

Women
Lightweight
1 Rita Sztanko (Hungary)
2 Diana Mirkovic
3 Hiromi Tanaka (Japan)
4 Kim Tatiana (Russia)

Heavyweight
1 Roma Miksyte (Lithuania)
2 Ona Jomantaite (Lithuania)
3 Chisa Yonezawa (Japan)
4 Sumire Yonezawa (Japan)

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