The tournament will take place on Saturday June 3rd and will be held at the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth. It features a jumbo 20 foot screen to watch the action up close. It has very comfortable seating and full canteen, washroom, and locker room facilities, It is a spacious venue which will allow us to run 4 rings to ensure we are done in a timely manner. Also, as in the past few years, the competition will be televised on local Eastlink TV and live streamed for our friends around the globe.
The tournament itself will feature competition for all ages from a newly formatted ninja turtle divisions through to adult and 35 + divisions. Also, back by popular demand, we will have demonstrations including Kata, bunkai, and weapons. New this year is a “King of the Ring” division for boys and girls ages 12-15.
David Griffin Sensei will kick things off on Friday evening with a referee clinic. Griffin Sensei is the highest qualified official in eastern Canada having achieved certification at the world level. This promises to be a very informative clinic and all new and experienced officials are encouraged to attend. Also on Friday evening Mitchell German Sensei will be conducting a kumite clinic for athletes 12 and older. German Sensei is an accomplished competitor in his own right and very successful and multi-time Canadian National coach of the year. Any serious kumite competitors are encouraged to attend. Both clinics will run from 7-9 pm at the Mariners Centre.
Saturday evening, following the completion of the tournament, everyone is invited to join us at Rodd Grand Hotel for the Karate Nova Scotia Awards Banquet. The brightest and best athletes as well as those who support our sport will be honored. You can sit back and enjoy the great food that Southwest Nova Scotia has to offer as you take in all the festivities.
To cap it all off, on Sunday morning, Karen Armour current Canadian National Team Coach will be leading a team type training session for anyone 10 years and up who would like to experience what team training is all about. Everyone is welcome to this session young and old alike.
Please check our website at www.mukashikarate.com for more information on events, hotels, travel, etc.. If you can`t get the answer on our web site please feel free to call me directly @ 902-746-0026.
In the past we have had athletes from across Eastern Canada. Who will be here this year to challenge for the coveted Yarmouth Cup?
Yarmouth Cup Committee
Pre-Registration Is a MUST!! Available starting May 10th!
Tournament is Filmed for Television on the Eastlink TV, and Broadcasted Worldwide on the HD LiveStream.
Event Registration Fees:
$10 “New” Ninja Turtle, more info see videos
$15 “King of the Ring”, click here for more info
$30 Team Kata ($10 per Athlete)
Special!! Referees/Judges Compete for FREE
Family rates apply – after 2 events, $5 off each additional event
Registration in advance allows us to build the draws for the tournament. This allows us to start on time and put out a schedule of events for the tournament. If you think you “might” go to tournament, it is far better to pre-register and cancel if you cannot make it.
Accommodation Options, why not try an “Air BnB”. Amazing deals that are between 100-$125 a night for a whole house!
Who will bring home the Cup this year!!