Jonathan Horne

Jonathan Horne (born 17 January 1989)[1] is a Germankarateka. At the 2018 World Karate Championships in Madrid, Spain, he won the gold medal in the men’s +84 kg event.[2][3] He represented Germany at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.[4][5]

German karateka

Jonathan Horne

Jonathan Horne (2012)
Personal information
National team Germany
Born (1989-01-17) 17 January 1989 (age 32)
Kaiserslautern, Germany
Website jonathan-horne.de
Sport
Country Germany
Sport Karate
Weight class +84 kg
Medal record
Men’s karate
Representing  Germany
World Championships
2018 Madrid +84 kg
2014 Bremen Team kumite
2008 Tokyo +80 kg
2016 Linz Team kumite
European Championships
2008 Tallinn +84 kg
2010 Athens +84 kg
2011 Zürich +84 kg
2012 Adeje +84 kg
2012 Adeje Team kumite
2016 Montpellier +84 kg
2019 Guadalajara +84 kg
2021 Poreč +84 kg
2015 Istanbul +84 kg
2013 Budapest +84 kg
2013 Budapest Team kumite
2014 Tampere +84 kg
2014 Tampere Team kumite
World Games
2009 Kaohsiung +80 kg
2013 Cali +84 kg
European Games
2015 Baku +84 kg
2019 Minsk +84 kg

He also won the gold medal in his event on seven occasions at the European Karate Championships, most recently at the 2021 European Karate Championships held in Poreč, Croatia.

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Jonathan Horn versus Shahin Atamov at the Karate 1 Premier League 2018 in Berlin

He won the gold medal in the men’s kumite +80 kg event at the 2009 World Games held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.[6]

In 2013, he represented Germany at the 2013 World Games held in Cali, Colombia and he won the gold medal in the men’s kumite +84 kg event.[7] In 2017, he competed in the men’s kumite +84 kg event at the 2017 World Games held in Wrocław, Poland.[8] He was eliminated in the elimination round.[8]

In 2015, he won the silver medal in the men’s +84 kg event at the 2015 European Games held in Baku, Azerbaijan.[9] At the 2019 European Games held in Minsk, Belarus, he won one of the bronze medals in the men’s +84 kg event.[10][11]

In 2019, he won the gold medal in his event at the 2019 European Karate Championships held in Guadalajara, Spain.[12][13]

In 2021, at the 2020 Summer Olympics while fighting Gogita Arkania in the men’s +75 kg event, Horne broke his right arm leaving him unable to continue.[14][15]

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