The 2018 Karate World Championships to be held in Madrid (Spain) from November 6 to 11 is breaking all records. Not only the event to take place at WiZink Center sports hall will have the highest number of participants in the history of the competition; the 24th edition of Karate’s biggest tournament will also present a record-breaking coverage.
The quest to gold in Madrid will be seen in no less than 186 countries. Over 16 TV networks and platforms from all over the world will broadcast the event thus making it the most-watched Karate competition of all times. The schedule of the TV broadcast of the 2018 Karate World Championships starts on Saturday, November 10 at 10.00 (local time) and will conclude on Sunday November 11 at 15.00 (local time).
In countries with no TV coverage, the medal bouts will be streamed live on karateworld.tv. Fans from countries where the event will not be broadcast by a TV network or platform will have the opportunity to follow the final two days of Karate action on WKF’s online platform, karateworld.tv.
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ELIMINATIONS ROUNDS LIVE ON KARATEWORLD.TV
For the first time, Karate fans will be able to watch the elimination rounds of a Karate World Championships. The quest to reach the finals is taking place from Tuesday November 6 to Friday November 9 and it will be available to a worldwide viewing audience on karateworld.tv.
Fans wanting to catch all the Karate action of the elimination rounds can follow the competition LIVE and FREE on karateworld.tv.