alt. (context canoeing English) A class of kayak for two seated people. sym. (context canoeing English) A class of kayak for two seated people.
K-1 began in 1993 and is a kickboxing platform and martial arts brand well-known worldwide mainly for its heavyweight division fights. On January 2012, K-1 Global Holdings Limited, a company registered in Hong Kong, acquired the rights to K-1, and is the current organizer of K-1 events worldwide.
The Kistler K-1 launch vehicle was to have been a two-stage, fully reusable launch system aerospace vehicle in commercial development by Rocketplane Kistler. It was designed to accommodate a wide range of missions, including payload delivery to low Earth orbit (LEO), payload delivery to high-energy orbits with a K-1 Active Dispenser, technology demonstration flights, microgravity missions, and commercial cargo resupply, recovery, and reboost services for the International Space Station. After failing to meet financial milestones, NASA announced in October 2007 that it was terminating funding for the project.
K-1 is a state highway in Comanche County in the U.S. state of Kansas. Its southern terminus is at the Oklahoma border south of Buttermilk, where it continues as Oklahoma State Highway 34. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 160 and U.S. Route 183 south of Coldwater. The highway is not a part of the United States National Highway System. The highway has annual average daily traffic values between 600 and 645, and the entire route of K-1 is paved with partial design bituminous pavement.