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The prestigious Eagle Award is a year end Texas Karate League recognition to competitors who have accumulated the most competition points during the year’s tournament series. The Eagle Award trophies are awarded in multiple age and rank categories including children, men and women divisions.
There are many things that distinguishes the Texas Karate League events from most martial arts tournaments. But above all, the TKL promotes a family friendly environment where sportsmanship, respect, and courtesy are expected from competitors, referees, and spectators alike in the spirit of high level martial arts competition.
quick questions & answers
If you received any kind of direct communication from any TKL representative, then you have been invited. Otherwise, it’s easy to get involved. Just contact one of the League’s directors, advisors, or ambassadors through the TKL website.
There are many ways to reach out if you still have questions unanswered. You can find us at one of our many social medias or call any director for answers. The best solution is to contact us by clicking here for our Contact Us Page.
All competitors must wear white martial arts uniforms in order to compete. Only minimal patches on chest, sleeves, or back of uniform top are allowed. No ornamentations are allowed on the uniform pants.
In order to help referee at TKL tournaments, you must attend one of the scheduled referee certification training seminars or clinics. Check the TKL website for the next seminar or clinic.
It is a coveted award and trophy given to competitors in specified divisions who earned the most rating points in both Forms and Fighting during the tournament calendar year.