Monthly Archives: December 2012

IJF EXPLANATION OF 2013 RULE CHANGES

Refereeing & Organization Rules Changes – Explanations 11th December 2012.   The International Judo Federation has made ​​public the amendments to the competition regulation as well as to the refereeing rules for the upcoming Olympic period 2013-2016.   All proposals, … Continue reading

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2013 IJF COMPETITION RULE CHANGES

IJF REFEREEING RULES  2013 – 2016 To experiment from the Paris Grand Slam 2013 up to the Rio World Championships (included) the following items:  Referee and judges. Only one referee on the mat and one referee at a video check … Continue reading

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JUDO TECHNICIAN – PART 2

FROM JUDO COMPETITOR TO JUDO TECHNICIAN (PART 2)   By Mark Lonsdale The October issue of Growing Judo carried an article defining a “judo technician” in intentionally broad strokes. This month we will look at the correlation between the competition judoka, … Continue reading

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U.S. JUDO COACH CERTIFICATION

USJA / USJF WINTER NATIONALS JUDO COACH CERTIFICATION CLINIC The annual USJA Coach Certification clinic, run in conjunction with the USJA/USJF Winter Nationals, was hosted at Goltz Judo and presented by Mark Lonsdale. As with all too many judo clinics, … Continue reading

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USJA / USJF JUDO COACH CERTIFICATION CLINIC – 2012

US Judo Coach Certification Clinic presented by Mark Lonsdale, USJA Coach Education and Certification Committee & USA Judo National Coach. Program conducted in conjunction with the USJA/USJF Winter Nationals and hosted by Goltz Judo  

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