Frequently Asked Questions
- Go to ISKA.COM.AU
- Click WORLD CUP
- Set up your personal Uventex account (record your login and password for future use)
- Enter the tournament.
Probably not. The tournament runs from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th October.
You can look on your phone using your Uventex (tournament program) login.
Please remember this is ONLY A GUIDE. Times will change as each day goes on.
Only one person from the team registers and pays. When they are registering they must list all the team members names.
Only the team captain receives a title belt. Other team members can purchase a belt after Grand Champions on Sunday night.
No, the World Cup is an open tournament that anybody from any Martial Arts style can enter.
You can enter up to the morning of competition.
Yes, the earlier you enter, the cheaper it will be e.g. Early Bird entry up to 31 July 2023 is the best rate. ENTER NOW!
There will be a whiteboard which your name will appear on after qualifying events have been run. These events are normally reserved for Elite Black Belts which qualify for Grand Champion.
The Grand Championships are on Sunday night. Doors open at 6pm with the event kicking off at 6.30pm SHARP.
No, you can buy them at the door however it might be quicker online.
A 1 Day pass is: $30 Adults
$70 Family Pass 2A/2C
A 3 Day pass is:
- $60 Adults
- $30 Kids/Pensioners
- $135 Family Pass 2A/2C
Send an email to the ISKA Chairman, Paul Zadro on email@example.com and we will send you an invitation letter.
You will need to attach a copy of your passport to the email so that we can register your details with the IECN in Australia.
Anyone attending and competing in the tournament from overseas will need to apply for a visa under the correct category.
Yes, we need a copy of passports of all internationals coming. This is for registration with immigration.
If you are an amateur sports person or team participant and you have a passport from USA, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan or Canada apply for:
Electronic Travel Authority – ETA (subclass 601). For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/electronic-travel-authority-601
If you are an amateur sportsperson and team participant and you have a passport from any European Union country apply for:
eVisitor (subclass 651)(Tourist Stream) visa. For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/evisitor-651
If you are an amateur sports person or team participant and you have a passport from any other country other than the one’s listed above apply for:
Visitor (subclass 600)(Tourist stream) visa. For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/visitor-600/tourist-stream-overseas
If you are a professional sports person i.e. your occupation is a coach, instructor, doctor etc and you are coming to either participate or spectator then you need to apply for:
Temporary Activity (subclass 408)(Invited Participant) visa. For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/temporary-activity-408/invited-for-other-social-and-cultural-activity
If you are a professional sportsperson i.e. your occupation is a coach, instructor, doctor etc and you are coming to volunteer to referee then you need to apply for:
Temporary Work (subclass 400)(Short Stay Specialist) visa. For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/temporary-work-400
MORE VISA INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE TWO ATTACHED SHEETS:
The tournament venue is the Whitlam Leisure Centre. It has plenty of free parking that is available at the front and the rear of the building.
Yes, there is an extensive canteen and Martial Arts stores selling equipment.