Corpus Christi Round Robin Taekwondo Championship
November 2, 2019

1st Annual Grandmaster Reno B. Lumampao Memorial Filipino Martial Arts Tournament

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

DATE:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019

 

 

 

PLACE:

RICHARD BORCHARD FAIRGROUNDS ARENA

1213 TERRY SHAMSIE BLVD, ROBSTOWN TX 78380

 

 

 

TIME:

8 AM TO 9:00 AM – CHECK IN/REGISTRATION

9:00AM - SPARRING STARTS

 

 

 

ADMISSION

ADULTS & CHILDREN

$10.00

(4 and under free)

 

 

 

TOURNAMENT FEE

$50 PRE-REGISTRATION FOR TWO EVENTS – 15 FOR ANY ADDITIONAL(before October 28, 2019)

$75 LATE REGISTRATION (after October 28, 2019 / door registration)

 

 







Single Knife / Double Knive Fighting Rules

I   The Ring: measures approximately 20’x20’.

II The Ring Officials: (1) referee and (3) judges, timer and the score keeper.

III To Win:

  1. Five (5) continues minutes
  2. When a fighter shows sign of surrender. To signify, the fighter will drop the weapon (s) to the floor, and hold both open hands overhead. The referee will immediately declare the other fighter as the winner.

IV Weapons Allowed:

  1. Padded Single Knife or Double Knives

V  Time Limit:

A.     Five (5) continuous minutes per match.  When the time has ended, the time keeper will yell,    “TIME.”

B.     The match can only be stopped by the referee, by calling “time out” or blowing a whistle, the referee will make sure that the timer visually acknowledges the time out command.

  1. C.     To continue the match, the referee will then command “continue” or blow a whistle and the running time will continue.
  2. A referee’s command to “break”, or blowing of the whistle while the fighters are engaged, does not stop the time. It merely means that the fighter will stop action, and disengage.
  3. In the event a fighter will ask the referee for “time out” to fix the helmet or any protective gear, that fighter will raise the weapon hand, with the non-weapon hand clasping over it on top of his/her head.

VI Scoring of the Points:

  1. The fighters will be separated, when the referee has seen a total of (3) strikes for the fighters. The referee will ask the judges to score the strikes.
  2. If the 1st or 2nd strike is to the fighter’s NECK, ARM PIT, or STOMACH the referee will separate the fighters so the judges can score the strikes.
  3. C.     To verify a point, the judges will raise either a blue or red stick.
  4. None of the judges will be able initiate a point call.
  5. For one point, the score keeper will write “1”. For two points the score keeper will write “2”.   

                  Neck, Arm Pit, Stomach – 2 Points                                               Torso, Legs and Arms – 1    Point 

                  Weapon Hand – 1 Point   

      If at the end of the (5) minutes and the score is tie, the fighters will fight for an additional (1) minute.    

      The fighter with the most points at the end of the additional (1) minutes round will be the winner.     

VII Illegal Targets:           

  1. Back of the head.
  2. Back of the Trunk.
  3. Groin

VIII Illegal Techniques:

  1. Weapon thrust to the face.
  2. Finger thrust to the face.
  3. Butt strike to the head.
  4. Any elbow break technique.
  5. Any grappling or wrestling hold.
  6. Any takedowns.
  7. Grabbing the middle or tip of the opponent’s weapon, that may represent a blade.
  8. Kicking or Punching

IX Disarming:

  1. The match continues, even if one of the fighters has been disarmed. However, no point will be award to the fighter who disarmed.
  2. The disarmed fighter will be able to defend himself by tying up their opponent. 
  3. Only after a point (s) have been scored, the disarmed fighter will be allowed to recover his/her weapon.
  4. If a fighter has been disarmed (3) times, they will be automatically disqualified. 

 

 

 

X  Clashes:

  1. Simultaneous attacks to the same target area will be voided by the referee.
  2. Simultaneous weapon hits to the head.

XI Disqualification:

The referee has the option of given a warning or disqualifying a fighter based on the   following:

  1. Disrespect to the referee or judges.
  2. Any unsportsmanlike conduct.
  3. Any violation of the illegal techniques and illegal targets.

Stick Fighting/ Multi-Weapons Fighting Rules

I   The Ring: measures approximately 20’x20’.

II The Ring Officials: (1) referee and (3) judges, timer and the score keeper.

III To Win:

  1. Five (5) continues minutes
  2. When a fighter shows sign of surrender. To signify, the fighter will drop the weapon (s) to the floor, and hold both open hands overhead. The referee will immediately declare the other fighter as the winner.

IV Weapons Allowed:

  1. Padded Single or Double Sticks 28” long.  
  2. Padded 13” Nunchaku
  3. Padded 6’ Bo Staff
  4. Padded 36” Long Stick

V  Time Limit:

A.     Five (5) continuous minutes per match.  When the time has ended, the time keeper will yell,    “TIME.”

B.     The match can only be stopped by the referee, by calling “time out” or blowing a whistle, the referee will make sure that the timer visually acknowledges the time out command.

  1. C.     To continue the match, the referee will then command “continue” or blow a whistle and the running time will continue.
  2. A referee’s command to “break”, or blowing of the whistle while the fighters are engaged, does not stop the time. It merely means that the fighter will stop action, and disengage.
  3. In the event a fighter will ask the referee for “time out” to fix the helmet or any protective gear, that fighter will raise the weapon hand, with the non-weapon hand clasping over it on top of his/her head.

VI Scoring of the Points:

  1. The fighters will be separated, when the referee has seen a total of (3) strikes for the fighters. The referee will ask the judges to score the strikes.
  2. If the 1st or 2nd strike is to the fighter’s head the referee will separate the fighters so the judges can score the strikes.
  3. C.     To verify a point, the judges will raise either a blue or red stick.
  4. None of the judges will be able initiate a point call.
  5. For one point, the score keeper will write “1”. For two points the score keeper will write “2”.   

                  Head – 2 Points                                                          Torso, Legs and Arms – 1 Point 

                  Weapon Hand – 1 Point   

      If at the end of the (5) minutes and the score is tie, the fighters will fight for an additional (1) minute.    

      The fighter with the most points at the end of the additional (1) minutes round will be the winner.     

VII Illegal Targets:           

  1. Back of the head.
  2. Back of the Trunk.
  3. Groin

VIII Illegal Techniques:

  1. Weapon thrust to the face.
  2. Finger thrust to the face.
  3. Butt strike to the head.
  4. Any elbow break technique.
  5. Any grappling or wrestling hold.
  6. Any takedowns.
  7. Grabbing the middle or tip of the opponent’s weapon, that may represent a blade.
  8. Kicking or Punching

IX Disarming:

  1. The match continues, even if one of the fighters has been disarmed. However, no point will be award to the fighter who disarmed.
  2. The disarmed fighter will be able to defend himself by tying up their opponent. 
  3. Only after a point (s) have been scored, the disarmed fighter will be allowed to recover his/her weapon.
  4. If a fighter has been disarmed (3) times, they will be automatically disqualified. 

 

 

X  Clashes:

  1. Simultaneous attacks to the same target area will be voided by the referee.
  2. Simultaneous weapon hits to the head.

XI Disqualification:

The referee has the option of given a warning or disqualifying a fighter based on the   following:

  1. Disrespect to the referee or judges.
  2. Any unsportsmanlike conduct.
  3. Any violation of the illegal techniques and illegal targets.
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