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Olympics-One and done? Karate ponders uncertain Olympic future after Tokyo debut

By Chang-Ran Kim

TOKYO (Reuters) – Karate had its long-awaited moment at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics last week but does it deserve a place in future Games?

That is the question that will follow the Japanese martial arts’ governing body as it continues the quest for karate to be included once again in the world’s top sporting event.

When Olympic organisers rejected karate’s bids in the past – including for the Paris Games in 2024 – they found the sport lacked entertainment value and the ability to attract a younger audience.

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