K*G*S Kwon Grand Slam 2020 [2] POSTPONED
15 March 2020

After listening to the advice given by the government and the World Health Organisation, and after careful consideration, we at WKU England believe that at this time it is best to POSTPONE the Kwon Grand Slam KGS2 event scheduled for the 15/03/2020.
We believe these are the best actions in order to help prevent and protect the public from the spread of COVID-19. It is with great sadness that we have to use these actions, but the health and well-being of our competitors, support staff, spectators and all those involved in helping us make our tournaments successful, is of the utmost important and comes first.
We will keep everyone updated with developments for the competition, all those that have pre-registered can contact us if they would like a refund or, when we move the date for the event, the entries will still stand.
In the mean time, we advise that you follow the advice given by the government in washing your hands and keeping good hygiene levels.
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We wish you all the best and to stay safe during this time.
Thank you, WKU England Management
Categories available in KGS2 & KGS3 will be the running categories from KGS1 only. This is to maintain fairness for all and consistency during the tournament. Competitors are welcome to fight up into higher weight or age divisions but may not fight up into Veteran or Executive age divisions (35yrs and over).
The KWON Grand Slam tournament is an annual three part martial arts event for people of all ages, abilities, styles, and from any association. Featuring a large selection of kickboxing and karate categories and divisions, and following the World Kickboxing and Karate Union rule set, the K*G*S tournament is one of the largest events of it's kind.
Open to any style, any country, and any association.
Hosted and promoted by Del Sampson, World President of Points for the World Kickboxing and Karate Union.
Points Fighting
Light Contact
Kick Light
Compete against other students to find the best in each division with categories suitable for novice, intermediate and advanced competitors.
K*G*S is a three part point accumulating tournament. Competitors must have attend at least two KGS events in the series to qualify.
Grand Slam belts for all tournament winners at K*G*S 3
Medals for all other placements

K*G*S Kwon Grand Slam 2020 [2] POSTPONED
15 March 2020

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Dunstall Park
West Midlands

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K*G*S Kwon Grand Slam 2020 [2] POSTPONED
15 March 2020

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