ISKA Amateur Members Association World Championships Come to Cork City, Ireland in 2019

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ISKA Amateur Members Association World Championships Come to Cork City, Ireland in 2019

ISKA Worlds 2019 Ring Sports & Tatami Sports
15th to 19th October 2019
Neptune Stadium Cork City Republic of Ireland

The ISKA Amateur Members Association World Championships 2019 will be staged in Cork City, Republic of Ireland at the Neptune Stadium 15th to 19th October 2019 and will include both Ring Sports and Tatami Sports. See the schedule below:

15th October
Weigh in & Registration
16th October
Tournament draw, Opening ceremony
17th October
Day 1 Eliminations & Finals
18th October
Day 2 Eliminations & Finals
19th October
Day 3 Eliminations & Finals

About Cork

Is Cork the best place in the world? The locals certainly think so. One thing you’ll notice about this breezy, cosmopolitan city in Ireland’s southwest is that it inspires a devotion in its dwellers that no other place can rival. Sitting proudly on an island in the middle of the River Lee, Cork is a bustling collection of cool coffee shops, vibrant art galleries, unusual museums and seriously good pubs. Despite being a city, there’s a decidedly towny feel here – life is laidback, nothing is too much hassle. Pleasantly compact, friendly and easily walkable.

Beyond the city limits, you’ll find Titanic history, epic castles and pretty seaside towns are easily within reach. One of the most popular daytrips from Cork is to Cobh, a beautiful seaport town with a bittersweet history. Once the main port of emigration from Ireland, Cobh was the last port of call for Titanic and the story is magnificently told in the Titanic Experience in the old White Star Line offices. A totally different side of Ireland’s history is contained within Blarney Castle, a medieval stronghold a short drive from the city. There are dungeons, gardens, caves and a lake walk to enjoy, as well as the famous Blarney Stone, which, when kissed, imparts the gift of eloquence… apparently.

Learn More:

Cork Airport (transfer time 15 to 25 minutes)
Shannon Airport (transfer time 1hour 40 minutes to 2hour 15 minutes)
Buseireann operates an hourly bus service to Cork
Dublin Airport (transfer time 2hour 45 minutes to 3hour 30 minutes)
Aircoach offer an express bus service to Cork

We will have a full list of hotels available from the 30th January 2019

(Cork Photo by Charles Oliver)