Dundee's economy got a near-£10 million boost from hosting the WUKF World Karate Championships this summer.
The curtain came down on "one of the best ever" world karate championships in Dundee on Sunday evening.
More than 2,000 people from across the globe flocked to Dundee as Scotland's biggest ever karate event got under way.
PICTURES: Dundee Ice Arena transformed as city prepares to welcome thousands for world karate championships
More than 2,000 martial artists will descend on Dundee this week for the seventh WUKF World Championships.
There is not even a vague memory left intact from the last time I did karate.
The world is coming to Dundee and it will pack a punch and a kick.
Marquees will be used to extend Dundee Ice Arena when the city hosts the world's largest martial arts tournament next year.
Members of Dundee's Kanzen Karate club dominated the European Championships in Romania ahead of the arrival of the sport's World Championships in the City of Discovery.
Dundee will host one of the world's largest martial arts events next year, bringing a potential economic boost of nearly £10 million.
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