Minsk, Belarus 29.11.2017 - 04.12.2017
Competitions will take place in Minsk, Republic of Belarus
The address of the sportshall is: Pobediteley avenue, 111 b. «Minsk-Arena»
Minsk is the capital of the Republic of Belarus,the largest industrial,economic,scientific and
cultural center.Belarus is situated in the heart of Europe on the watershed of the Baltic and Black
seas.Belarus borders on Poland,Lithuania, Latvia,Russia and Ukraine.The distance from Minsk to Vilniusis 180 km, to Riga-470km,to Warsaw-550 km, to Kiev-580km,to Moscow-700km.
One can get to Minsk:
by plane-international airport Minsk-2 is situated in 30 km from Minsk.
by train- modern train station takes international and local routes.
by bus-there are regular bus services between Minsk and other European cities.
-Grand Master Michael Prewett 9th dan(UK)-The Chief Umpir
-Master Murat Sunetov7th dan (Russia)
-Master Kim Yong Bin 7th dan (DPR Korea)
To participate in the international tournament-World Cup are allowed sport delegations
of the countries-members of International Taekwondo Federation (ITF).The athletes-participants
must be of appropriate age (minimum 7 years, in the conforming groups) and qualification (minimum 9 gup, maximum 6 dan), passport, certificate, ITF passport, as well as medical admition and insurance policy. Each sport delegationshould submit the original application form. Each sport delegation can be represented by any numberof athletes
Applications for participation.
1st November Accommodation Deadline sending of accommodation part
1st November Final Deadline for teams to send full application to
Individual entry fee: 40 EUR per competitor
Team entry fee: 50 EUR per team
Accreditation fee for countries using their own accommodation: 50 EUR per person
Individual entry fee must be paid also by those competitors, who only attend as team members
Competitions are held on the following sports disciplines:
- Individual and team competitions for Pattern (complex formal exercises)
- Individual and team competitions sparring (matsogi)
Individual competitions are held in all age groups and divisions, each sport delegation has the right to put any number of athletes in each category for Sparring and any number of athletes in each category for Pattern. Team competitions are held in groups of 11-13 years, 14-15 years, 16-17 years, 18-39 years, 40-49 years, 50-59 years. Each sport delegation has the right to put only one male and one female team in each age group. Only one team (5 athletes +one reserve, veterans 3 athletes +one reserve))is involved in all kinds of team competition (patterns, sparring).
If the age group will be announced at least three teams, the competition will not be held.
Competitions are held according to the rules of the International Taekwondo Federation (as amended in 2014), subject to the ITF tournament standards.
The tournament schedule:
Arrival and accommodation.
Registration 10.00 – 18.00
Weigh-in 10.00 – 18.00
Arrival and accommodation.
Registration 09.00 -15.00
Weigh-in 09.00 – 15.00
Umpires and coaches meeting. 15.00 -17.00
Opening ceremony 18.00-22.00