Yes, Karate is a contact sport.
Karate is not a sport and as such cannot be in the Olympics. Taekwondo, a Korean sport that draws on many karate techniques, is codified to allow it to be done as a sport.
No, karate is a unisex sport. It is made for both male and female.
karate being the best sport is your OPINION, it cant be proven or given a reason why. i like karate and think it is a great sport, but you cant call it the best
Karate originated from Okinawa, japan.
Tennis is a sport. Karate is a martial art and should not treated as a 'game.'
Karate is not an Olympic Sport. TaeKwonDo, a Korean based sport, has been in the Olympics. One of the challenges is that you have to make the activity a sport, and the rules have to be the same throughout the world. Karate is a combat art and many do not want to water it down.
Taekwondo is considered a form of karate and is the national sport of South Korea.
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Karate is not a sport, it is a martial art. Some styles treat it as a sport and hold competitions. In China, the martial art most commonly practiced as a sport is Wushu.
Karate is not an Olympic sport.
Traditional karate is not a sport, it is a martial art.
First of all the thing that we call "sport karate" is NOT karate at all. Because all they do there is wear those gloves and punch each other in order to win medals. They destroy the whole philosophy that karate has. They turn a martial art into a useless sport.
Some would consider it so. however true Karate is not a sport and never will be, its an art and a way of life.
No. Karate is not an olympic game. There are talks going on to include it in Olympics but currently it is yielding no result. However other martial arts like judo, taek won do and wushu are in Olympics.
Sports are activities, but not all activities are sports. Many schools do teach it as a competitive sport. Karate is a martial art and when taught in the traditional way is not a sport.
Karate is not a sport. It is a martial art. Some schools and styles have made it into a competition through tournaments, but the origins are in wrestling and kung fu, not a sport.
Karate is not an Olympic sport. However, Tai Kwon Do is an Olympic sport and there have been a number of gold medals for the United States in this sport.
Karate is not really a sport. It is a martial art. As such it should be focused on learning the art and the ability to defend one's self. There are branches that make it a sport and concentrate on competition.
Sport karate is geared towards competition rather than as a martial art. Budō is simply a Japanese word for martial arts, with gendai budō referring to styles that came about after the Meiji restoration - karate, aikido, judo, kendo etc. As such ALL karate is "budo karate".
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Karate has not been demonstrated as an Olympic sport yet.
There are currently more people participating in karate in the United States than any other country. Karate was not, however, created in the United States- it is originally a Japanese sport.
The sport of Judo involves more hugging or grappling. The sport and practice of karate is more of a striking fighting style. Karate can be said to have the most emphasis on hand movement.