Team Chile gets tickets to the Team Karate World Cup « Diario y Radio Universidad Chile








The women’s karate kumite team obtained tickets to the event that will take place in Mallorca after winning the silver medal in the Pan American specialty that took place in Punta del Este.

Monday May 27, 2024 11:43 hrs.

The Chilean Valentina Toro is part of the team that qualified for the Karate World Cup. Photo: Andres Piña/Santiago 2023 via Photosport.

He Chilean karate continues at a high level and confirmed it with an outstanding performance in the Pan American of the specialty that was developed in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Among the outstanding performances was that of the women’s karate kumite team, composed of Valentina Toro, Javiera González, Bárbara Huaiquiman and Anastasiia Velozo, who won the silver medal and secured their tickets to participate in the Team World Cup that will take place in Mallorca, Spain next November.

Furthermore, the Team Chile karate won a bronze medal in the men’s kata team modality thanks to the team made up of Lucas Castro, Franco Briones and Ankar Alquinta.

Those who also added triumphs were the members of the ParaChile Karate Team with the gold medals of María José Vergara (K21 women), José Bustos (K21 men), Nicolás Vilches (K22 men) and Paula Ulloa (K30 women) as the most relevant results. .

To this we must add the silver obtained by Lucero Álvarez (K22 women), Cristián Reyes (K21 men), Jocelyn Torres (K30 women) and the bronzes of Sebastián Kanisius and Gabriel Terán (K30 men).

He Chilean karate continues at a high level and confirmed it with an outstanding performance in the Pan American of the specialty that was developed in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Among the outstanding performances was that of the women’s karate kumite team, composed of Valentina Toro, Javiera González, Bárbara Huaiquiman and Anastasiia Velozo, who won the silver medal and secured their tickets to participate in the Team World Cup that will take place in Mallorca, Spain next November.

Furthermore, the Team Chile karate won a bronze medal in the men’s kata team modality thanks to the team made up of Lucas Castro, Franco Briones and Ankar Alquinta.

Those who also added triumphs were the members of the ParaChile Karate Team with the gold medals of María José Vergara (K21 women), José Bustos (K21 men), Nicolás Vilches (K22 men) and Paula Ulloa (K30 women) as the most relevant results. .

To this we must add the silver obtained by Lucero Álvarez (K22 women), Cristián Reyes (K21 men), Jocelyn Torres (K30 women) and the bronzes of Sebastián Kanisius and Gabriel Terán (K30 men).

He Chilean karate continues at a high level and confirmed it with an outstanding performance in the Pan American of the specialty that was developed in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Among the outstanding performances was that of the women’s karate kumite team, composed of Valentina Toro, Javiera González, Bárbara Huaiquiman and Anastasiia Velozo, who won the silver medal and secured their tickets to participate in the Team World Cup that will take place in Mallorca, Spain next November.

Furthermore, the Team Chile karate won a bronze medal in the men’s kata team modality thanks to the team made up of Lucas Castro, Franco Briones and Ankar Alquinta.

Those who also added triumphs were the members of the ParaChile Karate Team with the gold medals of María José Vergara (K21 women), José Bustos (K21 men), Nicolás Vilches (K22 men) and Paula Ulloa (K30 women) as the most relevant results. .

To this we must add the silver obtained by Lucero Álvarez (K22 women), Cristián Reyes (K21 men), Jocelyn Torres (K30 women) and the bronzes of Sebastián Kanisius and Gabriel Terán (K30 men).

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