Karate Competition Area - Judge Zone

Karate Competition Area - Judge Zone

Dimensioned plan drawing of a Karate Competition Area (Judge Area) measured with length and width
Description
Description

The Karate Competition Area with Judges Zones, is an enlarged flat padded area that is used for Karate Competitions that involve seated judges. The contest area is usually indoors and consists of three internal lines: the two lines for the combatants and a referee line during the bout.

There are also four judges seated beyond the safety area and an arbitration committee supervising the bout, the judges and referees. They usually are seated outside the safety area and to the right or left of the referee. One the other side is the scorekeeper and timekeeper to monitor the game.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Karate Competition Areas have a competition length and width of 26.25’ (8 m) for a contest area of 689 ft² (64 m²). The Karate Competition Area with Judges Zone has a 39.37” (1 m) internal warning perimeter and a wider outer clearance area, designed to accommodate seated judges at all four corners, of 6.56’ (2 m) for additional safety and judging.

Scaled illustration of a Karate Competition Area with Judge area compared to other sports competition areas
Scaled illustration of a Karate Competition Area with Judge area compared to other sports competition areas
3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Perspective view of a 3D model of a Karate Competition Area with Judge zoneKarate Competition Area - Judge Zone
Details
Details

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Height:
2”-4” | 50.8-101.6 mm
Width:
26.25’ | 8 m (Contest)
Depth:
Length:
26.25’ | 8 m (Contest)
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Weight:
Area:
689 ft² | 64 m² (Contest)
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Competitor Spacing: 9.84’ | 3 m
Safety Area: 39.37” | 1 m
Clearance (Judge Area): 6.56’ | 2 m
Overall Area (Clearance): 1550 ft² | 144 m²
Surface Materials: Polyurethane or rubber foam

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Drawings include:
Karate Competition Area (Judge Zone) plan, elevation (combatants)

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Karate is a martial art that originated in Japan and has become a popular competitive sport worldwide. In competition, karate has two primary disciplines: kumite and kata. Kumite is sparring, where two competitors face off, aiming to score points through controlled punches, kicks, and strikes.

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2”-4” | 50.8-101.6 mm
26.25’ | 8 m (Contest)
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689 ft² | 64 m² (Contest)
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