Schedule/Rules

2021 SCHEDULE – Updated 8/18/2021

These times are estimated. Divisions will not start before these times, however there may be some delays in start times depending upon the amount of competitors in the divisions. Updates will be made via Uventex System and announced during the day. Thank you!
Day/Time Description Notes
Thursday 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm Registration and Weigh In Sheraton Hotel – Board Room
Adrenaline World Wide Training Camp Not Available in 2021.  They will be back in 2022
Thursday 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm Free Competitor Seminars with Mason Stowell Sheraton Hotel – Pearl Ballroom 1,2,3
Thursday 4:00 to 4:45 pm WAKO Officials Meeting and Certifications Sheraton Hotel – Pearl Ballroom 4-5
Thursday 4:45 pm to 5:30 pm NASKA Officials Meeting and Certifications Sheraton Hotel – Pearl Ballroom 4-5
Thursday 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm Coaches Briefing – Must come to Thur or Fri Briefing Sheraton Hotel – Pearl Ballroom 4-5
Thursday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Set Up Team and Vendors Set Up AC Convention Center
Tournament, Staff, Vendors, Reg
Friday 9:00 am Registration for existing registered competitors only!  Fighters Weigh In.
Friday 9:00 am VIP/Judges Packet Pick Up

Coaches Briefing – Must come to Thur or Fri Briefing

AC Convention Center Hall B
Friday 10:00 am Traditional Challenge Juniors & Adults & Colorbelts. WAKO Point Fighting Divisions AAC Convention Center Hall B
Friday 11:00 am NASKA Double AA & NASKA Single A Team Forms, Demo Team & Super Demo Team AC Convention Center Hall B

Note: Amerikick Demo Teams are Saturday morning 8:00 am

Friday 12:00 pm Open Weight Eliminations for Junior & Adults AC Convention Center Hall B
Friday 1:00pm NASKA Double AA & NASKA Single A Creative, Musical & Extreme Forms & Weapons for Black Belts & Colorbelts including Black Belts 30, 40, 50 CMX divisions. AC Convention Center Hall B

Note: Amerikick Only Forms & Weapons will be Saturday for Colorbelts

Friday 3:30 pm Adult & Junior Light Contact Sparring WAKO AC Convention Center Hall B
Friday 3:30 pm Adult & Junior Team Sparring AC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 7:00 am Registration (no new registrations only existing) – Check In, Weigh In, Added Divisions AC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 8:00 am Amerikick Demo Teams

All Black Belts 30, 40, 50, traditional forms, traditional weapons, point sparring and 60 and over all forms, weapons and point sparring divisions.

AC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 9:00 am All 17 & Younger BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED Color Belt Divisions including NASKA, Amerikick Only Weapons & Forms, Traditional Weapons & Forms & Point Sparring divisions. AC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 9:00 am All 17 & Younger Black Belt NASKA Double AA & NASKA Single A, Traditional Forms & Traditional Weapons & Point Sparring. AAC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 10:00 am* Real time updates and notifications will be made by the Uventex System All 18 & Older Black Belt & Colorbelt NASKA Double AA & NASKA Single A, Traditional Forms & Traditional Weapons & Point Sparring. AC Convention Center Hall B
Saturday 3:30 pm Colorbelt Grand Championship Finals

Amerikick Dragons Demo Team Winners

AC Convention Center Hall A
Saturday 5:00 pm Black Belts Report For Super Star Finals AC Convention Center Hall A
Saturday 5:30 pm Superstar Finals

NASKA Virtual Winners Award Presentation

AKI Hall Of Fame Presentation

AC Convention Center Hall A

RULES

  1. All NASKA Black Belt Divisions will follow the NASKA Rules. Click here for Naska Rules 

  2. All Colorbelts and Non NASKA black belt divisions will follow the NASKA Rules with the follow exceptions:

    1. Face Shields are optional for all colorbelt ranks and Non-NASKA Black Belt Class A sparring divisions.
    2. Elbow and Knees Pads are optional for all colorbelt ranks and Non-NASKA Black Belt Class A sparring divisions.
    3. 2 handed Cartwheels, one handed cartwheels, round-offs, somersaults, front rolls, shoulder rolls and kipups are allowed in the creative forms and creative weapons divisions for colorbelts and Non-NASKA Black Belt Class A divisions.
  3.   Non Naska Super Demo Teams

    1. Each team must have a minimum of 11 members.  There is no maximum amount of players.
    2. 4 minute maximum time limit.  Time starts when the first member steps into the ring and time ends when the team is obviously finished, in the opinion of the judges.
    3. Weapons, music and props may or may not be used.  Any infractions, mistakes or weapon drops will be penalized by the judges decisions and relative ranking scores.  Dropping of the weapon/s is not grounds for disqualification.
    4. Scores will be based upon martial arts skills, choreography, level of difficulty, execution and overall showmanship.
  4. Non Naska Synchronized Team Forms

    1. Each team must have a minimum of 2.  There is no maximum amount of players.
    2. 4 minute maximum time limit.  Time starts when the first member steps into the ring and time ends when the team is obviously finished, in the opinion of the judges.
    3. Weapons, music and props may or may not be used.  Any infractions, mistakes or weapon drops will be penalized by the judges decisions and relative ranking scores.  Dropping of the weapon/s is not grounds for disqualification.
    4. Scores will be based upon the synchronization of martial arts skills, choreography, level of difficulty, execution and overall showmanship.  Working together at the same time or rate, working in unison together, use of techniques as a domino affect, etc.
  5. Kenpo/Kempo Forms Traditional Challenge Non Naska Divisions

    1. The intent of the Traditional Division for Kenpo/Kempo is to promote growth in the division with the use of accepted traditional Kenpo/Kempo forms only.  No “Dojo” forms or patterns are allowed.  No altered forms or combining forms are allowed.
    2. Only recognized forms from the styles and systems of American Kenpo are allowed and include the following:  Short and long forms 1, 2, 3, 4.  Long forms 4, 5, 6, 7.  Mass Attacks.
    3. Stances are generally high.  Kicks are generally low and snapped.  Hand techniques are a combination of linear and circular blocks and strikes.  There is no kia criteria.
  6. Korean Form Traditional Challenge Non Naska Divisions

    1. The intent of the Traditional Divisions for TKD is to promote growth in the division’s with the use of accepted traditional Korean forms only. No “Dojo” forms or patterns, only recognized patterns with a demonstrated history in regulated organizations that administer Korean forms.Partial List of Accepted Forms:Chon-JiDan-GunDo-SanWon-HyoYul GokJoong-GunToi-GyeHwa-RangChoong-MooKwang-GaePo-EunGe-BaeEui-AmChoon-JangKo-DangJucheSam-IlYoo-SinChoi-YongYon-GaeUl-JiMoon-MooSo-SanSe-JongTong-Il*Forms/Patterns Can Not Be Altered or Modified. Do not add or leave out kicks ormovements. Doing so can result in disqualification. No variation from the above list will be accepted.

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Open Weight Rules

18+ Open Weight Sparring Divisions Follows WAKO Rules

17- Open Weight Sparring Divisions Follows NASKA Rules

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Rules for WAKO Light Contact

Chapter 5_Light Contact_ v19