Arawaza Cup 2023 10. ARAWAZA-Cup – zurück zu alter Größe und Perfektion

Das Karate-Institut Halle e.V. mit seinen Vereinen Budo-Merseburg e.V., Budo-Akademie-Halle e.V. und Budo-Landsberg e.V. nutzte die von der Stadt Halle/Saale eingeräumte Möglichkeit, den 10. ARAWAZA-CUP wieder in der Brandberge-Sporthalle (Halle/Saale) auszurichten.
+++ LOTTO Sachsen-Amhalt fördert das Gemeinwohl jeden Tag mit rund 17.400 € +++ PROJEKTFÖRDERUNG DURCH LOTTO SACHSEN-ANHALT LOTTO SACHSEN-ANHALT FÖRDERT JÄHRLICH MIT MEHREREN MILLIONEN EURO GEMEINNÜTZIGE VORHABEN IM LAND +++ Seit 1991 rund 10.600 Projekte mit 210 Mio- Euro gefördert +++ 2024 The 7th Arawaza Cup in Halle / Saale has shown that small ideas, if they are put into action, can become big.

On the last weekend of March 2019, 1200 athletes, 153 clubs and 24 nations moved to Halle an der Saale. However, not only the more than 1000 years of history of the Saale-city with its castles and the beautifully renovated old town were the target of the fighters, but rather it was the opportunity to compare themselves at international levels in sports karate.

The Brandberge sports hall provided the suitable location to host and conduct the competitions of the very experienced team of the Karate Institute Hall e.V with its clubs Budo-Merseburg e.V., Budo-Akademie-Halle e.V. and Budo-Landsberg as well as supporting clubs.

The official greeting of the patron of the event, Lord Mayor of Halle / Saale, Dr. Ing. Bernd Wiegand, after opening at 8:30 am, was replaced on behalf of Dr. Ing. Marquardt - City Councilor Halle / S. for culture and sports - delivered and applauded with much applause.

MDR Mediathek


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