In the Male Kata division, spectators were treated to a showcase of skill and precision as Ryusei Ikeda of Japan advanced to the final alongside compatriot Yasuhiro Machida, setting up an All-Japan final. Ikeda secured his spot in the final by defeating Rey Chinen of the United States with a score of 42.00 to 41.30, while Machida edged past Yuki Sato of Japan with a score of 41.10 to 40.50.

The Female Team Kata final promises an exciting showdown between Spain and Brazil. Spain earned their place in the final by defeating Portugal with a score of 41.60 to 39.80, while Brazil secured their spot with a victory over Uzbekistan, scoring 38.90 to 38.00.

In the Male Kumite -60kg category, Juan David Forero of Colombia will face off against Mert Halici of Turkiye in the final. Forero secured his place with a decisive victory over Omar Shaqrah of Jordan, scoring 2-0, while Halici defeated Mekhriddin Turakhonov of Uzbekistan with a score of 5-1.

The Male Kumite -67kg final will feature Nuran Rzazade of Azerbaijan against Vinicius Figueira of Brazil. Rzazade earned his spot in the final by defeating David Yanovskyi of Ukraine with a narrow score of 1-0, while Figueira secured his place with a 3-1 victory over Matej Homola of Slovakia.

In the Female Kumite -50kg division, Eva Rodriguez of Spain will compete against Shamalarani Chandran of Malaysia in the final. Rodriguez secured her place in the final with a close victory over Hsin-Yu Chan of Chinese Taipei, scoring 1-0, while Chandran emerged victorious against Barbara Michelle Morales of Guatemala with a score of 3-2.

The Female Kumite -61kg final will see Indira del Mar Zuñiga of Spain facing off against Darya Yervacheva of Ukraine. Zuñiga secured her place in the final after a closely contested match against Fumika Yamamoto of Japan, ending 2-2, while Yervacheva defeated Lejla Topalovic of Austria with a score of 4-2.

In the Female Kumite -55kg final, Rina Kodo of Japan will take on Mirna Attia of Egypt. Kodo secured her place in the final by defeating Taravat Kahksar of Iran with a score of 10-5, while Attia emerged victorious against Mia Bitsch of Germany with a score of 11-8.

As the competition intensifies, anticipation builds for the championship matches scheduled for Sunday.