DATE: Saturday, July 25, 2020
Referee meeting: 9:30 a.m.
Competition begins: 10 a.m.
SITE: Southeast Community College, 8800 O St, Lincoln – View Map
AWARDS: Custom Cornhusker State Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in each division.
Boys 5-7 Years
Girls 5-7 Years
Boys 8-9 Years (Novice)
Boys 8-9 Years (Advanced)
Girls 8-9 Years (Novice)
Girls 8-9 Years (Advanced)
Girls 10-11 Years (Novice)
Girls 10-11 Years (Advanced)
Boys 10-11 Years (Novice)
Boys 10-11 Years (Advanced)
Boys 12-13 Years (Novice)
Boys 12-13 Years (Advanced)
Girls 12-13 Years (Novice)
Girls 12-13 Years (Advanced)
Boys 14-16 Years (Novice)
Boys 14-16 Years (Advanced)
Girls 14-16 Years (Novice)
Girls 14-16 Years (Advanced)
Girls 17-18 Years (Novice)
Girls 17-18 Years (Advanced)
Boys 17-18 Years (Novice)
Boys 17-18 Years (Advanced)
Men White/Yellow/Orange Belt
Men Green/Blue Belt
Men Brown/Red Belt
Men Black Belt (1st Degree)
Men Black Belt (2nd Degree)
Men Black Belt (3rd Degree)
Men Black Belt (4th Degree & Above)
Senior Men 35-44 Years (Novice)
Senior Men 35-44 Years (Brown Belt)
Senior Men 35-44 Years (Black Belt)
Masters Men 45 & Over (Novice)
Masters Men 45 & Over (Brown/Black Belt)
Women Red/Brown Belt
Women Black Belt
Senior Women 35 & Over (Novice)
Senior Women 35 & Over (Brown/Black Belt)
5-7 Years (Novice)
5-7 Years (Advanced)
8-9 Years (Novice)
8-9 Years (Advanced)
10-11 Years (Novice)
10-11 Years (Advanced)
12-13 Years (Novice)
12-13 Years (Advanced)
14-16 Years (Novice)
14-16 Years (Advanced)
Adult White/Yellow/Orange Belt
Adult Green/Blue Belt
Adult Brown/Red Belt
Adult Black Belt (1st Degree)
Adult Black Belt (2nd Degree)
Adult Black Belt (3rd Degree & Above)
Senior 35-44 Years (Novice)
Senior 35-44 Years (Brown/Black Belt)
Masters 45 & Over (Novice)
Masters 45 & Over (Brown/Black Belt)
6-9 Years (Novice)
6-9 Years (Advanced)
10-12 Years (Novice)
10-12 Years (Advanced)
13-15 Years (Novice)
13-15 Years (Advanced)
16-18 Years (Novice)
16-18 Years (Advanced)
Adult Brown Belt
Adult Black Belt
Competition Format and Rules
Age determined as of July 25, 2020.
Maximum of 3 events per participant.
Advanced divisions include brown and black belts. Novice divisions are for those below the brown belt level.
Kumite (Sparring) matches will be two-minute three point matches for below black belt. Black belts will be three-minute or five points.
Divisions will be double-elimination.
Weight divisions will be based on the number of athletes in each division. The director reserves the right to combine or add divisions/weight classes based on the number of entries.
FULL UNIFORM (CLEAN, WITH SLEEVES AND IN GOOD CONDITION) MUST BE WORN BY ALL COMPETITORS FOR SPARRING, KATA AND WEAPONS.
Sparring will be light contact. All techniques must be focused and controlled. One point will be awarded for all legal techniques. Controlled closed and open hand techniques are allowed. Grabbing must be followed immediately by a legal technique. Kicks must score with the foot, no knees or shins. Low kicks and leg kicks are not allowed. Throwing is not allowed, but sweeping with the bottom of the foot is allowed. Contestants may score with a legal technique from the ground or on a down opponent if done immediately. Legal target area is headgear and face (no neck or throat) and the mass of the body above the belt including the kidney area, but not the spine or upper back/shoulders. Foam head gear, foam hand gear, foam footgear, protective cups (for males) and mouthpieces are mandatory in Kumite. Leather covered or leather-like covered hand gear and foot gear will not be allowed. Sparring Shoes are not allowed. Karate director has the final decision on safety equipment. A limited supply of head, hand and foot gear will be available for use by those not having their own.
Traditional Kata (Forms) will be judged on a 10-point scale. No musical Kata, unless performed as a demonstration Kata. Contact Karate director Brian Gorman to arrange demonstration programs.
Weapons Kata (Forms) will also be judged on a 10-point scale. Weapons need to be of a traditional style. NO FOAM, NO GLITTER, NO DESIGNER TAPE. Blades need to be covered or dull. No sharpened edges allowed.
Center judges will be assigned based on experience. Coaches cannot call time out. Excessive contact or unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated. Any issues that any competitor may have that cannot be addressed by the sport director or assistant directors will be referred to the CSG staff. All competitors will remain with their respective event group until the event is over. Any competitor who departs without permission will forfeit any medal won for that particular event.
Registration Fees & Deadlines
IF REGISTERED BY THE DISCOUNT DEADLINE:
$30 per participant until May 28
$35 per participant until June 18
$40 per participant until July 6
Additional events – $10
MULTI-EVENT DISCOUNT NOTE: If registering for multiple events, all entries must occur in the same transaction to receive the multi-event discount.
ENTRY FEE INCLUDES: Competition in the 2020 Cornhusker State Games; White cotton athlete shirt (micro-fiber or soft cotton lightweight tri-blend upgrade available); Pass for free admission to SportFest, the Opening Ceremonies, and all competition venues; Sponsor gifts and coupons.
PAPER ENTRY FORMS: Paper entry forms will be accepted with a $5 processing fee. Registering online saves time, money and trees
Choose the Shipping Option and get a Free Arby’s Sandwich!
Save time, avoid hassles and receive your CSG gear more than a week before the Opening Ceremonies by shipping your athlete packet ($10) or team box ($15). Athlete packets contain the athlete shirt and Super Pass. Athlete packets will begin to ship in late June. The packet shipping option will only be available for those registered by the final entry deadline. If you don’t choose the shipping option, you will need to pick up your athlete packet or team box.
For those who did not select the packet shipping option during registration, athlete packets and team boxes can be picked up at the following locations, dates and times:
Lincoln East High School (enter through the southeast doors), 1000 S. 70th St. (Lincoln – View Map)
Thursday, July 16 | 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday, July 17 | 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday, July 18 | 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, July 19 | 7 a.m. – Noon
Lincoln Southwest High School, 7001 S 14th St, Lincoln, NE 68512 (View Map)
Saturday, July 25 | 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, July 26 | 7 a.m. – Noon
Athlete packets contain the athlete shirt and Super Pass, which includes admission to all venues and SportFest and the Opening Ceremonies. The athlete packets DO NOT contain any sport specific information such as schedules, maps, bib numbers, etc. For sport-specific details, refer to your sport General Information.
Po Box 29366
Lincoln, NE 68529
3260 Folkways Blvd Suite B
Lincoln, NE 68504