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Terminologi for konkuranse-karate



AIUCHI

"Simultaneous Scoring Technique." No point awarded to either contestant. Referee brings fists together in front of the chest.

AKA

Red

 

AKA (SHIRO) IPPON

"Red (White) Scores Ippon." The Referee obliquely raises his arm on the side of the winner (as in ... NO KACHI ).

 

AKA (SHIRO) NO KACHI

"Red (White) Wins!" The Referee obliquely raises his arm on the side of the winner.

 

ATENAI YONI

"Warning without penalty." This may be imposed for attended minor infractions or for the first instance of a minor inforaction. The Referee raises one hand in a fist with the other hand covering it at chest level and shows it to the offender.

 

ATOSHI BARAKU

"A little more time left." An audible signal will be given by the time keeper 30 seconds before the actual end of the bout.

 

ATTATE IRU

"Contact"

 

CHUI

"Warning"

 

ENCHO-SEN

"Extension." After a draw, the match goes into overtime. Referee reopens match with command " SHOBU HAJIME ."

 

FUJUBUN

"Not enough power"

 

FUKUSHIN SHUGO

"Judges Conference"

 

HANSOKU

"Foul." This is imposed following a very serious infraction. It results in the opponent's score being raised to SANBON.
HANSOKU is also invoked when the number of HANSOKU-CHUI and KEIKOKU imposed raise the opponent's score to SANBON.
The Referee points with his index finger tot he face of the offender at a 45 degree angle and announces a victory for the opponent.

 

HANSOKU CHUI

"Warning with an IPPON penalty. This is a penalty in which IPPON is added to the opponent's score. HANSOKU-CHUI is usually imposed for infractions for which a KEIKOKU has previously been given in that bout. The Referee points with his index finger to the abdomen of the offender of the offender parallel to the floor.

 

HANTEI

"Judgment." Referee calls for judgment by blowing his whistle and the Judges render their decision by flag signal.

 

HANTEI KACHI

"Winner by decision".

 

HIKIWAKE

"Draw." Referee crosses arms over chest, then uncrosses and holds arms out from the body with the palms showing upwards.

 

JIKAN

"Time".

 

JOGAI

"Exit from fighting area." The Referee points with his index finger at a 45 degree angle to the area boundary on the side of the offender.

 

JOGAI HANSOKU CHUI

"Fourth and Final Exit from the fighting area." Fourth exit from the fighting area causes victory to the opponent.

 

JOGAI HANSOKU CHUI

"Third exit from fighting area". Referee uses two hand signals with announcement " AKA (or SHIRO ) JOGAI HANSOKU CHUI ".
He first points with his index finger to the match boundary on the side of the offender, then to the offender's abdomen. An IPPON is awarded to the opponent.

 

JOGAI KEIKOKU

"Second exit from fighting area." WAZA-ARI penalty is given to the opponent.

 

KACHI

Victorious. (e.g., AKA KACHI ) in a tournament.

 

KEIKOKU

"Warning with WAZA-ARI penalty in SANBON SHOBU . This is a penalty in which WAZA-ARI is added to the opponent's score. KEIKOKU is imposed for minor infractions for which a warning has previously been given in that bout, or for infractions not sufficiently serious enough to merit HANSOKU-CHUI . Referee points with his indes finger to the feet of the offender at an angle of 45 degrees.

 

KIKEN

"Renunciation." The Referee points one index finger towards the contestant.

 

MAAI GA TOH

"not proper distance"

 

MIENAI

"I could not see." A call by a judge to indicate that a given technique was not visible form his/her angle.

 

MOTO NO ICHI

"Original Position." Contestants, Referee and Judge return to their respective standing lines.

 

MUMOBI

"Warning for lack of regard for ones own safety." Referee points one index finger in the air at a 60 degree angle on the side of the offender.

 

SANBON SHOBU

Three Point match. Used in tournaments.

 

SHIKKAKU

"Disqualification." This is a disqualification from the actual tournament, competition, or match. The opponent's score is raised to SANBON .
In order to define the limit of SHIKKAKU , the Referee Council must be consulted.
SHIKKAKU may be invoked when a contestant commits an act which harms the prestige and honor of Karate-Do and when other actions are considered to violate the rules of the tournament.
Referee uses two hand signals with the announcement " AKA (SHIRO) - SHIKKAKU ." He first points with his index to the offender's face then obliquely above and behind him. The Referee will announce with the appropriate gesture as previously given " AKA (SHIRO) NO KACHI !"

 

SHIRO

White

 

SHOBU HAJIME

"Start the Extended Bout."

 

SHOBU SANBON HAJIME

"Start the Bout"

 

SHUGO

"Judges Called." The Referee beckons with his arms to the Judges.

 

TAIMING GA OSOI

"Not proper timing"

 

TORANAI

"No Point"

 

TORIMASEN

"Unacceptable as scoring techniques." As HIKIWAKE , but culminating with the palms facing downwards towards body.

 

TORIMASEN

"Unacceptable as scoring techniques." As HIKIWAKE , but culminating with the palms facing downwards towards body.

 

TSUZUKETE

"Fight On!" Resumption of fighting ordered when unauthorized interruption occurs.

 

TSUZUKETE

"Fight On!" Resumption of fighting ordered when unauthorized interruption occurs.

 

TSUZUKETE HAJIME

"Resume Fighting - Begin!" Referee standing upon his line, steps back into ZENKUTSU DACHI and brings the palms of this hands toward each other.

 

TSUZUKETE HAJIME

"Resume Fighting - Begin!" Referee standing upon his line, steps back into ZENKUTSU DACHI and brings the palms of this hands toward each other.

 

WAZA ARI

"Half point"

 

YAME

Stop!

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