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            CHAMPIONSHIP 2008
             EAST MALAYSIA

Welcome to the land below the wind

  The Organising Committee

 Malaysia Karate Federation (MAKAF)

    Asian Karate Federation (AKF)



   Sabah Karate Association (SKA)

                             Introduction to Sabah
Full of luscious tropical forests amidst a rugged landscape, Sabah has comfortably set itself in
its far eastern corner of Malaysia. Far from the aggressive tectonic movements of Indonesia and
placed just below the spectacular typhoon belt of the Philippines, in which Sabah earned the
title of “The Land Below The Wind”. Although it is the second largest state in Malaysia, its
magnificence is boundless.

Sabah’s grandeur stretches from the depths of the vibrant ocean until the highest peak in
Southeast Asia and the spaces in between is nothing less than amazing. While most of the
world is getting predictable and dull, Sabah on the other hand is still as flamboyant and
relatively unexplored. Its untainted rainforest is home to a plethora of organisms living in a
chaotic harmony with each other. The thick jungle provides residency to the unique Proboscis
Monkey and the famous man of the forest, the Orang Utan. These captivating creatures are a
rarity and have specifically chosen this paradise as their home. Other wildlife roaming free, the
Sumatran rhino, Asian elephant, gibbon, civet, lemur, Malaysian sun bear, including large
species of insects and plants, topped with many species of birds which color the forest
canopies. The world’s biggest flower, the Rafflesia can also be spotted among the other
treasures of the rainforest even if the smell isn’t most fragrantly appealing.

The essence of Sabah lies in the defined backbone of its mountainous range, where the giant
Mount Kinabalu stands majestically. The mountainous nature creates a complex and extensive
network of river valleys. The meandering rivers flow throughout the vast fertile rainforest
ending out onto the clear pristine ocean. The immaculate beaches create a sandy pathway all
along the shoreline and just off the coast an abundance of islands scattered across the bluish-
green ocean are among the most sought after destinations in the world. The ocean floor is rich
in exotic coral reefs and much other marine life making it the ultimate activity for not only
scuba divers but to anyone who dares to swim in a garden of coral with the other fishes.

Sabah is very much a holiday destination to the avid traveler and anyone in search of total
relaxation. With its abundance of parks, beaches and resorts, there is always something to see
and experience. But Sabah is not only about that. There are just as many forest and animal
reservations which act as a sanctuary to the state’s fascinating organisms with the goal of
preservation and education. These centers welcome anyone to come to admire the beauty and
learn the importance of preserving the land and its current wildlife tenants.

Before officially being a state in Malaysia, Sabah had a series of other governing powers,
starting from neighboring local powers such as Brunei and the Philippines all the way to
western colonization by the English. Today, five administrative divisions which govern a total 23
districts make up the current Sabah.

Among all the beauty and splendor, there is a peaceful and refreshing cultural integration
between the many ethnicities that are living in Sabah. Officially, there are about 32 different
ethnic groups living and striving together. The largest non-indigenous group is the Chinese,
which make up 30% of the whole population. The largest indigenous group is the Kadazan-
Dusun which contributes 25%, followed by Bajau and Murut respectively contributing 15% and
3%. The English language is widely spoken and understood and Bahasa Malaysia being the
national language and means of communication. A number of Chinese dialects are also spoken
and each indigenous group has their own language. Unlike most of Malaysia, cultural
integration is far more plentiful and apparent in Sabah while maintaining their traditions. The
people are as vibrant as the land itself and energy is spread wide and unconditional.

Both mystical and magical, there is adventure for those seeking it and will enchant anyone who
sets foot on the land. It is uniquely exciting, yet calming but never dull.

1.   DATE
     August 24 th - 31st 2008 (Sunday to Sunday)

2.   VENUE
     Likas Sports Complex, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

     Likas Sports Complex, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

     4.1 Likas Sports Complex, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
     4.2 Official Hotel
         (1) Le Meridian Hotel (HQ Hotel)
         (2) Promenade Hotel


5.1 Le Meridian Hotel - Official Hotel (HQ Hotel)

306 rooms, 12 floors
Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu is located in downtown Kota Kinabalu, on the eastern
side of Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens, and approximately six miles from Kota Kinabalu
International Airport. With views of both the city and the South China Sea, the hotel is
within walking distance of commercial, retail, and entertainment facilities such as the
Wet Market and Waterfront Esplanade.
Hotel amenities include the swimming pool, Poolside Terrace Bar, Jacuzzi, steam room,
fitness room, Circle (all-day casual dining), and Lounge Room (afternoon tea and pre-
dinner drinks with live entertainment). The hotel also offers room service, valet laundry
service, laundry facilities, a business center, a lobby shop, indoor parking, valet parking,
and 24-hour front desk and concierge service.

All rooms feature flat-screen LCD TVs, DVD players, bar fridges, tea and coffee
facilities, complimentary drinking water, electronic safes, marble bathrooms, separate
bathtubs and walk-in showers, hairdryers, high-speed Internet access, individual
climate control, irons and ironing boards, and work desks.

Hotel Amenities
   Dining Room
   Fitness Center
   Swimming Pool

Additional Amenities
 Room Service
 Kids Activities
 High-Speed Internet
 Free Parking
 Golf Course
 Business Center
 Meeting Rooms
 Dry Cleaning/Laundry
 Interior Corridors

Driving Directions
Direction to the property from West –
Follow Jalan Kepayan road towards the City Center. Turn into Jalan Tun Fuad
Stephens. The Hotel is located opposite the Local Handicraft Markets.

Transportation Info
Shuttle Transportation to/from airport (Terminal 1)
Shuttle Fee – RM90.00
Shuttle hours – from 2359 hrs to 2359 hrs

City Center is within walkable distance from property –
Distance from City Center to property – 0 meter
Nearest metro, bus – Wawasan metro bus station – 0 meter
Transportation from Terminal 1 to property – Taxi RM20.00
Limo – RM210 – 24 hours prior reservation is required with hotel

Transportation from City Center to property
Taxi – no other information at this time

Located 500 meters from the hotel - opposite Wawasan Plaza Shopping Center

**Please Note Fees May Apply To Above Transportation**

5.2   Promenade Hotel - Official Hotel

      A 4 Star International Business Class Hotel nestled in the heart of Kota Kinabalu
      city. Just 10 minutes away from the International Airport, this 451 rooms / suites
      hotel, offers comfortable accommodation, friendly services and ample facilities to
      its guests.

      Promenade Hotel remains a popular destination amongst locals, expatriates and
      tourists as it is centrally located and everything is within ones reach! A unique
      haven, "The Sunset Esplanade" - just across by the seafront features a stretch of
      hawker stalls offering delicious local delicacies and souvenirs.

5.2.1 Marina Court Resort Condominium

      This 4 blocks condominium hotel offers a resort living in the heart of the city
      where living is a privilege. Adjacent to Promenade Hotel, come experience the
      exclusive combination of Promenade's residential elegance. At Marina Court
      Resort Condominium convenience is within one's reach. It is linked to major
      business, food and beverage outlets, entertainment and shopping venues via
      ample public transport services. Facilities : 24 hour security, swimming pool,
      squash court, gymnasium, dry sauna, landscaped garden, children's playground,
      car parks, function rooms, equipped kitchenette and dining facilities, groceries-
      in-basket for cooking convenience, food delivery service, housekeeping and
      laundry service.

5.2.2 Promenade Hotel Apartment

     These fully renovated apartments are furnished with the basic comfort of a home -
     an ideal haven for budget travellers and backpackers. Its strategic location
     surrounded by business, shopping and entertainment centres is certainly a plus
     point. Service and Facilities: housekeeping service, laundry service, 24 hour
     security and complimentary parking.


     Situated at the northern part on the island of Borneo, the state of Sabah covers an area of
     approximately 74, 500 square kilometers. Its coastline goes on for 14,400 kilometers and
     is constantly tormented by the South China Sea in the west, the Sulu Sea in the northeast
     and the Celebes Sea in the east. Its sister state, Sarawak proves a reliable neighbor but
     Kalimantan (which is a province of Indonesia), Brunei Darussalam and The Philippines are
     also not too far off as well.

     Positioned just north of the equator, Sabah enjoys a constant sunshine everyday all year
     round. Dawn break is around 6am and sunset is at about 6pm, local time of GMT+8.
     Sabah boasts a tropical climate of high humidity, about 70%-90% with consistent
     temperatures averaging from 23ºC to 33ºC. The only exception would be the majestic
     Mount Kinabalu, temperatures at the peak could drop as low as 0ºC if anyone tends to
     venture that high. Calm silver clouds infest the blue skied background all year round but
     are ever changing. Rain is no stranger and is unbiased. The monsoon ushers in the wet
     season, replenishing the vegetation and filling the mighty rivers. The rainy season begins
     in October and ends around February (North East Monsoon) and the South West
     Monsoon, from March to September are the drier months. Even though, there is an
     apparent wet season, rain is unpredictable and at times wild and don’t be too surprised if
     it pours heavily during the drier periods.


7.1 Kota Kinabalu International Airport (Terminal 1)
7.2 Kota Kinabalu International Airport (Terminal 2)

There are many ways to plan an escape route to Sabah. The capital Kota Kinabalu (or
more fondly known as KK) is the gateway into Sabah. The international airport in KK
entertains flights from Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Japan (Osaka and Tokyo), Korea
(Seoul), China (Shanghai and Guangzhou), Taiwan (Taipei and Kaoshiung), Hong Kong,
The Philippines (Manila, Cebu, Puerto Princessa, Zamboanga), Brunei (Bandar Sri
Begawan), Thailand (Bangkok) and Singapore. Flights from other parts of the world will
not directly land in KK but flights from the mentioned places are frequent, which is
convenient for a traveler at anytime. Driving from Brunei or Sarawak into Sabah is
possible but only for the patient few. Once in KK, other parts of Sabah are easily
accessible, be it by air, sea or land.

There are no secrets in Sabah, just treasures everywhere to experience. The journey is
barely a chip off the iceberg, melt the ice by experiencing this memorable destination.

Airline Offices (Kota Kinabalu)
Air travel is the most widely-used form of transportation between the major towns (e.g.
Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau, Lahad Datu).

Malaysia Airlines (MAS)
Ground Floor, Kompleks Karamunsing
Tel: 60-88-213555

Singapore Airlines
Ground Floor, Kompleks Kuwasa
Tel: 60-88-255444

Royal Brunei Airlines
Ground Floor, Kompleks Kuwasa
Tel: 60-88-242193

Philippine Airlines
3rd Floor, Kompleks Karamunsing
Tel: 60-88-239600
(Note: 60 is Malaysia's country code, 88 is Sabah area code)

7.3 Moving around Sabah by car

Air travel is the most widely-used form of transportation between the major towns (e.g.
Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau, Lahad Datu).

Car Rental (Kota Kinabalu)
Rental rate ranges from RM30/hour to RM80/hour depending on the type of vehicles.
(US$1 = RM 3.80 approximately)
General requirements:
1. driver must be between 22 and 60 years of age.
2. driver must be in possession of current local or valid international driving licence.
3. Feel comfortable with the right-hand drive system.

Adaras Rent-A-Car Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 03, Ground Floor, Wisma Sabah
P.O.BOX 10570, 88806 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Tel: 60-88-216671
Fax: 60-88-216010
Kinabalu Rent A Car
Lot 3.60/3.61, Karamunsing Complex,
P.O. Box 12562, 88828 Kota Kinabalu,
Sabah, Malaysia.
Tel: 60-88-232602/232603
Fax: 60-88-242512

ABAN-D Rent a Car Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 22, 1st Floor, Taman Victory, Mile 4 1Ú2, Jalan Penampang, 88300 Kota Kinabalu,
Sabah, Malaysia
Postal Address: P.O.Box 293, 88856 Likas, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
Tel: 60-88-722300, 722600
Fax: 60-88-721959

Sabah Holidays Travel Rent-A-Car
LOT 20,Ground Floor, Wisma Sabah, 88828 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Tel: 60-88-222708
Fax: 60-88-221751

Samzain Rent a Car Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 10. Tingkat 2, Putatan Point, Putatan 88200 Penampang
Peti Surat No. 14384, 88850 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Tel: 60-88-765805 (Office), 60-88-252680 (Airport Counter), 60-88-264660 (House),
010-8817160 (Hand Phone)

7.4 Useful numbers in Sabah

Kota Kinabalu - Area code: 088
· Hospital (QEH): 218166
· Sabah Medical Centre: 424333
· Luyang Clinic: 715000
· EPF: 520100
· RTD: 720784
· Immigration: 280700
· Public Advisory Service: 218166
· Paramedic Yayasan Sabah: 326655
· Tax: 238511
· Airport: 238555
· Wildlife: 215353
· Water: 711767
· Customs: 231411
· Bomba: 214822
· KKCH: 521800
· Electricity: 282100 (Billing), 1-5454 (Fault Section)
· Police: 381555(Hotline), 450222 (Kepayan), 244376 / 247111 (J. Gaya), 712222
(Penampang), 242111 (Karamunsing)
· Environment Protection Dept.: 250122

7.5 Hotspot Sabah

                                    Wifi in Kota Kinabalu

         Api-Api Center                          McDonald's
         Api-Api Centre                          The Place
         Australia Place, Kota Kinabalu          Museum Kopitiam
         Beach Street                            BB Café
         Beach Street                            Sugar Bun
         Beach Street                            The Reef Grill & Bar
         Beach Street                            The Rising Sun Restaurant
         Center Point                            McDonald's
         Center Point                            Mode Café
         Center Point                            Sugar Bun
         Jalan Tun Fuad Stephen,
                                                 Coffee Bean Waterfront
         Kota Kinabalu
         Jalan Sulaman, Kota Kinabalu            McDonald's
         Karamunsing Side Walk Cafe,
                                                 Food Court Center
         Kota Kinabalu
         Karamunsing Side Walk Cafe,
                                                 Outdoor Area
          Kota Kinabalu
         KK Plaza, Kota Kinabalu                 Coffee Culture
         Kolej Yayasan Sabah                     Cafeteria
         Kolej Yayasan Sabah                     Conference Hall
         Kompleks Karamunsing                    McDonald's
         Kompleks Segama                         KFC
         Likas Bay                               Sugar Bun
         Luyang Damai                            KFC
         Luyang Damai                            The Coffee Bean
         Politeknik Kota Kinabalu                Cafeteria
         Red Bornion                             Sugar Bun
         Shangri-La Hotel, Bandaran Berjaya      Lobby
         Shangri-La Hotel, Bandaran Berjaya      Tivoli Café & Bar
         Sunset Harbour                          Sugar Bun
         Tanjung Aru                             tmnet clickers
         Wisma Merdeka                           The Coffee Bean
         Wisma Merdeka                           Gadget Co.
* The above hotspot list are provided by TMNet

CURRENCY: In Malaysian Ringgit. There are many available money changers in the city.


Buses/Coaches will be arranged free of charge during the 4-day competition for the
delegates who have made their hotel booking through the Organizing Committee.


                                  SUNDAY, 24th August 2008
                                                  Event                     Venue
08:00 - 24:00       Arrival of Officials, Athletes and Delegates           HQ Hotel
                    Team Registration
                                 MONDAY, 25th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00   -   09:00   Registration: Referee Seminar (Kata and Kumite)        HQ Hotel
09:00   -   12:00   Referee Seminar and Exam (Kata and Kumite Theory)      HQ Hotel
09:00   -   12:00   Training for Participants                              Stadium
12:00   -   14:00   Lunch
14:00   -   17:00   Kata Practical Exam                                    HQ Hotel
14:00   -   17:00   Training for Participants                              Stadium
                                 TUESDAY, 26th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00   -   09:00   Kumite Referee Practical Exam                          HQ Hotel
09:00   -   12:00   Team Managers’ Meeting and Official Draw               HQ Hotel
09:00   -   12:00   Training for Participants                              Stadium
12:00   -   14:00   Lunch
14:00   -   17:00   Kumite Referee Practical Exam                          HQ Hotel
14:00   -   17:00   Training for Participants                              Stadium
19:00   -   23:00   Welcoming Dinner                                       TBA
                               WEDNESDAY, 27th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00 - 13:00       AKF Friendly Golf Tournament                           SGCC
09:00 - 15:00       Training for Participants                              Stadium
                                THURSDAY, 28th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00 - 09:00       Official Weigh In                                      Stadium
09:00 - 15:00       Competition and Awards                                 Stadium
15:00 - 17:00       Opening Ceremony by the Most Honorable                 Stadium
                    Chief Minister of Sabah
                                   FRIDAY, 29th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00 - 09:00       Official Weigh In                                      Stadium
09:00 - 15:00       Competition and Awards                                 Stadium
                                SATURDAY, 30th August 2008
                                                  Event                      Venue
08:00   - 09:00     Official Weigh In                                      Stadium
09:00   - 15:00     Competition                                            Stadium
15:00   - 17:00     Closing Ceremony by the Minister of Youth and Sports   Stadium
19:00   – 23:00     Farewell Dinner                                        TBA
                                  SUNDAY, 31st August 2008
                                                  Event                     Venue
                                           Team Departing


10.1 Sabah Medical Centre

Sabah Medical Centre (SMC) was established in 1986 as a private hospital with comprehensive
modern facilities. Being one of the most advanced hospitals in Sabah, East Malaysia and BIMP-
EAGA region, SMC's specialist team of highly trained doctors provide you with medical attention
using the latest state-of-the-art medical equipment and operating theatres of the most
advanced technology, including Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Tomography, Ultrasound
Scanning, Bone Densitometry and Mammography.

SMC is well equipped and committed to give you the best in medical care. In doing so, SMC
works with other Professional Health Care personnel for technical collaboration, for example the
National Heart Institute in Kuala Lumpur. Supported by the in-house Intensive Care Unit, SMC is
the only hospital in Sabah able to perform Open Heart Surgery and Cardiothoracic Surgery. In
addition, SMC provides the only Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and Oncology facility in

SMC is dedicated to provide consistent healthcare services of international standard, to improve
the quality of life in the community by dealing speedily and efficiently with problems that affect
the health of its members, to rehabilitate patients and to promote healthcare services.

10.2 Queen Elizabeth Hospital

                    This is the official map to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital is the largest government hospital in Malaysian state of Sabah. It was
officially opened on 14th September 1957. The hospital is situated one kilometer from the city
centre and it encloses an area of 42 acres. The official bed strength is 589 but it has the
capacity to accommodate up to 745 beds.

The hospital services can be divided into three categories:

      Inpatient services
      Emergency services
      Specialist services

Steps have been implemented to upgrade the quality of care and to provide patient's comfort
based on the concept of patient-centered services. These measures include the introduction of

        Alternative Birth Center
        Endoscopy unit
        Palliative care unit
        Day care chemotherapy unit
        Breast clinic
        One-stop crisis center (24 hours)
        Haemodialysis unit
        Cardiology unit

Currently the hospital provides the following in-house services: Internal medicine, Paediatrics,
General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, OtoRhinoLaryngology,
Ophthalmology, Oral Surgery, Anaesthesiology, Dermatology, Cardiology, Nephrology,
Paediatric Surgery, Urology and Vascular surgery. The hospital also provides visiting specialist
services in Neurosurgery, Neurology and Haematology. If you wish to find out more information
regarding these departments please click on the links on the right upper table.


All participants and members of delegations must effect their own medical insurance
and personal trip insurance. Sabah Karate Association and the World Karate Federation
are not liable for this purpose.


According to the WKF Kumite Rules Article 2.8, the following protective equipment are

a)       WKF approved Karate Mitts (Red and Blue);
b)       WKF approved Shin-Pad and Foot Protector (Red and Blue)
c)       WKF approved female Chest Protector (White); and
d)       Gum Shield

Groin Guards are not mandatory, but if worn, they must be of approved WKF type.


Karate Mitts (red and blue), Shin-Pad & Foot Protector (red and blue), Female Chest
Protector (white)


Male groin guard, Female groin guard


Body protector for Children and Cadets (white), Forearm Protector (white)

KARATEGI - Approved Companies


SHUREIDO      KAMIKAZE GMBH       TAGOYA            BUSHIDO           K.O.              OUJA

KARATEGI - Approved Companies

LMK           ARAWAZA                KAZE                 HAYASHI             ORIENTE SPORT

PROSPEED            BUDO NORD              DOMYOS         LAGUNA SPORT

BLACK EAGLE         NASIRO                 WACOKU

                               HOTEL RESERVATION FORM


  PLEASE FAX TO: 6088 244 691 OR E-MAIL TO: on or before 30th June 2008

COUNTRY:                                         FEDERATION:

Name of Delegation Representative:


Tel:                                             Fax:

Credit Card No:                                  Expiry date:

(Please  the appropriate item)

VISA                  DINERS CLUB                MASTER CARD              AMEX

ARRIVAL:                                         DEPARTURE:

DATE:                                            DATE:

TIME:                                            TIME:

FLIGHT NO:                                       FLIGHT NO:

NO. OF PERSONS:                                  NO. OF PERSONS:

Transport (Airport to Hotel)            Required                     Not Required

                             ACCOMMODATION PARTICULARS

    PLEASE FAX TO: 6088 244 691 OR E-MAIL TO: on or before 30th June 2008

(Please  the appropriate item)

LE MERIDIAN - based on twin-sharing inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner per day

Superior Room                      RM640.00

Deluxe Room                        RM704.00

Le Royal Club                      RM896.00

Le Royal Club (Single)             RM800.00

Le Royal Suite                     RM1,184.00

Le Royal Suite (Single)            RM1,120.00
** All payment to be paid to hotel direct via T/Transfer
** Reservation and full payment must be made before cut-off date on 10th June 2008 for the Official
   Hotel at Le Meridien, Kota Kinabalu

PROMENADE HOTEL - based on per person inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner per day

Superior Room (Single)             RM341.00

Superior Room (twin-sharing)       RM241.00

Deluxe Room (Single)               RM358.00

Deluxe Room (twin-sharing)         RM249.00

MARINA COURT - based on per person inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner per day

3-bedroom (Standard)               RM198.00

3-bedroom (Deluxe)                 RM203.00

                                         NAME LIST

     PLEASE FAX TO: 6088 244 691 OR E-MAIL TO: on or before 30th June 2008

Country: ______________                       Federation: ________________________

Person-in-charge: _________________

Tel: _____________Fax: ____________ E-mail: ______________________________

Check-in Date: ______________________ Check-out Date: ______________________

No     Last Name       First Name      Position *      Single=S        Please indicate (using No. from
                                                                       the first column) who shares
                                                       Twin = T        with whom

* Position: C=Competitor, Co=Coaches, De=Delegation Head, P=Presidents & Leaders
of National Federation, R=Referees/Judges, D=Doctors, V=VIPs, A=Administration,
P=Press, O=Others

                                TERM OF RESPONSIBILITY

     PLEASE FAX TO: 6088 244 691 OR E-MAIL TO: on or before 30th June 2008

I, _____________________________ the undersigned, as the Chief of Delegation of
my country, duly enrolled to participate in the 9th AKF Junior and Cadet Championships,
which will be held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, East Malaysia, from 18th to 25th August
2008, with full knowledge of the Statutes, the Rules and the Norms of the AKF, pledge
myself to faithfully accomplish the regulations of this before mentioned entity, and I
take any and all administrative, civil and criminal responsibilities of whatever happens
to our athletes, coaches and other members of our delegation participating in this
championship, before, during and after the competition, such as physical injuries,
personal expenses, or monetary debts and casual material damages to the hotels, the
venue, means of transportation, etc.

Furthermore, I exempt from any legal, civil or criminal responsibilities the organizers of
the Championships, the AKF and the Sabah Karate Association, its directors, as well as
any person, company, or entity related to the event (sponsors, public and private

I authorize the organizers of the event to use images, photos and the names of our
competitors and other members of our delegation (as considered necessary) for the
sport activities and publications of karate, related to the event, without any monetary

Dated: _______________                        Signature: ___________________________

                          Surname, First Name
                   Passport No. & Expiry Date
             Credit Card Details & Expiry Date
                     Position in the Federation


PLEASE FAX TO: 6088 244 691 OR E-MAIL TO: on or before 30th June 2008

 COUNTRY: ____________________________

 The organization will try to comply with all applications received, depending on the
 number of countries and schedule available.

 NUMBER OF COMPETITORS                           TOTAL:

 (a) Male Kumite: ___________

 (b) Female Kumite: _________

 (c)   Male Kata: _____________

 (d) Female Kata: ___________