World Martial Arts Games

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The World Martial Arts Games, found July 27, 2005 by Alfred Kleinschwaerzer from Germany and Ken Marchtaler from Canada, is one of the top multi-disciplinary martial arts events worldwide,[1] the competition is held at a different location every year.[2] In 2011 the Games were held in two locations: The Pan American Martial Arts Games in Regina, Canada, and the European Martial Arts Games in Cheltenham, Great Britain,[2] they are a member of TAFISA.[3]

List[edit]

Number Year Host City Country
1 2006 Victoria  Canada
2 2007 Regensburg  Germany
3 2008 Busan  South Korea
4 2009 Sydney  Australia
5 2010 Las Vegas  United States
* 2011 Regina  Canada
* 2011 Cheltenham  United Kingdom
6 2012 Bregenz  Austria
7 2013 Bregenz  Austria
8* 2014 Richmond  Canada
9 2015 Norwich  United Kingdom
  • 1st Pan Am Martial Arts Games – Regina, Canada – June 11 to 12, 2011
  • 1st European Martial Arts Games – Cheltenham, UK – October 21 to 23, 2011
  • Richmond, Canada – September 3 to 7 (8th World Martial Arts Games & 1st TAFISA World Martial Arts Games)

After 2015, World Martial Arts Games changed to two organization:

Number Year Host City Country
10 2016 Bad Kissingen  Germany
11 2017 Arbon   Switzerland
Number Year Host City Country
10 2016 Johannesburg  South Africa
11 2017 Orlando  United States

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Martials Arts Games". Worldmartialartsgames.com. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  2. ^ a b "World Martials Arts Games - Games". www.wmagc.org. 2009-10-01. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  3. ^ "Partners". Wmagc.com. Retrieved 2014-08-18. 

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