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BritishJudo : 2016 BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR JUNIORS AND SENIOR – ENTRY LISTS AVAILABLE

The 2016 British Championships for Junior and Senior are taking place on Saturday 10th December 2016 (Juniors) and Sunday 11th December 2016 (Seniors) at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield.

The entry lists for the Junior and Senior categories can be viewed by clicking the link below:

Juniors entry list

Senior entry list 

Junior

Registration and weigh-in: 19:00hrs – 20:00hrs Friday 9th December 2016 at EIS, Sheffield.

Junior Men: U55kg, U60kg, U66kg, U73kg, U81kg, U90kg, U100kg, O100kg:

Junior Women: U44kg, U48kg, U52kg, U57kg, U63kg, U70kg, U78kg, O78kg:

All competitors MUST bring their VALID judo licence (BJA or affiliate) to registration and also their record book showing they meet the minimum grade.

Players must weigh-in wearing underwear and will receive a 0.1kgs weight allowance.

Players must satisfy the minimum weight limit for their category, ie for U73kg must weigh over 66.1kg.

Please note: Gold and Silver medallists from the 2016 Junior British Championships held on Saturday 10th December 2016 will be invited to enter the 2016 Senior British Championships on Sunday 11th December 2016.

All juniors that weigh-in and competed in the 2016 Junior British Championships on Saturday 10th December 2015 must register and weigh-in for the Senior event during the allocated times, but they will not be required to make their weight category limit.

Random weigh-in: Saturday 10th December 08:30hrs – 09:15hrs.

Competition: Saturday 10th December 2016 9:30hrs.

Senior

Registration and weigh-in: 18:00hrs – 19:00hrs Saturday 10th December 2016 at EIS, Sheffield

Senior Men – U60kg, U66kg, U73kg U81kg, U90kg, U100kg, O100kg
Senior Women – U48kg, U52kg, U57kg, U63kg, U70kg, U78kg, O78kg

All competitors MUST bring their VALID judo licence (Team Card/Licence Slip) to registration and also their record book so their grade can be verified.

Players must compete in the category they have qualified their spot. Players must also satisfy the minimum weight limit for their category, ie for U73kg must weigh over 66.0kg. Please note: All juniors that weigh-in and competed in the 2016 Junior British Championships on Saturday 10th December 2016 must register and weigh-in for the Senior event during their allocated time (above) but they will not be required to make their weight category limit.

Random weigh-in: Sunday 11th December – 08:30hrs – 09:15hrs.

Competition: Sunday 11th December 2016 – 9:30hrs.

Spectators

Adult Day Ticket: £10 / Concession (under 16’s and OAP’s) Day Ticket: £5
Adult Weekend Ticket: £15 / Concession (under 16’s and OAP’s) Weekend Ticket: £7.50
Spectator tickets are available at EIS, Sheffield from 08:00am during the event weekend (10th and 11th December 2016)

Further information available here (http://www.britishjudo.org.uk/event/2016-british-championships-junior-and-senior/)

For any enquiries please contact events@britishjudo.org.uk

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Source: BritishJudo : 2016 BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR JUNIORS AND SENIOR – ENTRY LISTS AVAILABLE | 5 Dec 2016 | 12:39 am

Official EJU Newsfeed : PONTE CONTINUES SUCCESSFUL WAY
After the Olympic Games is time to analyse what was good and what was not so good in the last four years. Most of the judo federations also have elections. They can decide to continue with the old strategy or to strike out on new paths. The majority of the vote associations of the Israeli Judo Association have sent a clear signal to their chairmen.

Two days before the U23 European Judo Championships in Tel Aviv the Israeli Judo Association had invited to the ordinary congress for elections. Judo is one of the most successful sport in Israel at the moment. Israel earned the total amount of 9 Olympic medals in the Olympic history. Five of these Olympic medals came from Judo. At the Olympic Games of 2016 the only two Israeli medallists won by judo players: Yarden Gerbi (-63kg) and Or Sasson (+100kg) both won bronze in Rio.


Understandable that the majority of the associations want to continue with the chairman of the Israeli Judo Federation. Moshe Ponte was re-elected with 87 percent in favor of him and only 9 percent abstained and 4 percentage voted against his candidature. 


"At the moment we are the top sport in Israel and I want to make sure that we continue to be that successful in the future. In order to ensure this, we have to win medals in Tokyo 2020 because the Olympic Games are the most important tournament for us. Unfortunately a president can not change everything at once. In my first electoral term the focus was on our Olympic medal hopes. After the huge success in Rio it is time for the next step and for the new priorities.


In my opinion the Cadets, Juniors and Seniors have to train together. We will bring the different age groups closer togerther. Also our Judo Academy was seperated in the past. My main goal is to integrate all of these in a unique system in one high performance center. 


We also got personnel reinforcement for our trainer team. Yvonne Bönisch (GER), Olympic Champion from 2004, and Tanaka Miki (JPN), silver medalist of the 2010 World Championships, will join our women coach team and assist head coach Shani Hershko. This is our new strategy for the upcoming years. We had four good years, and I will work hard to get four more good years."






















President: Moshe Ponte
General Secretary: Sagi Gur
General Treasurer: Ariel Shapira
Elected Board Member: Aharon Nahumi, Michal Efrat, Moshe (Ikko) Ifrah, Meir Ben David, Ayelet Zvulon, Meirav Primo, Eran Rahamani, Avi Carmel, Arik Sigal





Source: Official EJU Newsfeed : PONTE CONTINUES SUCCESSFUL WAY | 4 Dec 2016 | 8:10 pm

Cuaderno de Bitácora del Club Forum : ¡¡Felicidades MAESTRA!!
Según la RAE, en una de sus definiciones, dice: “Persona que enseña una ciencia, arte u oficio, o tiene título para hacerlo”. Esa es María José Pérez. Una persona inquieta, dedicada a la enseñanza en su máxima exponencia. Gracias a … Sigue leyendo

Source: Cuaderno de Bitácora del Club Forum : ¡¡Felicidades MAESTRA!! | 4 Dec 2016 | 11:00 am

BritishJudo : Gold delight for Pre-Cadet Boys and Cadet Girls in Sheffield

It was another fantastic day of judo at the 2016 Pre-Cadet and Cadet British Championships at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield on Sunday 4 December.

Today was all about the Pre-Cadet Boys and Cadet Girls with both sets of judoka more than matching the excitement of Saturday’s competition.

At -52kg Yasmin Javadian was going for her third Cadet title in as many years and with Junior judo on the horizon she made sure she stepped up and performed. The Coventry judoka was too strong in the prelims for her first two opponents winning both by ippon. The final against Caitlin Barber (Gateshead) was a much tighter affair where Javadian’s experience told as she won by three shidos to two.

We caught with her after she picked up her medal, this is what she had to say:

Jidel 93’s Tomi Imrie also impressed coming through a number of close fights as she made her way to the -70kg final. However she saved her best for last as she threw Holly Bentham (East Yorkshire Judo Academy/Beverley) three times on her way to securing gold.

In the Pre-Cadet Boys there was double joy for Rush Judo with lightweight golds for Lewis Fryer (-34kg) and Gergo Berendi (-38kg) while Caleb Drysdale of Erdington delighted the crowd with some big throws at -66kg as he also took home gold. Zachary Morrison also ensured that Bishop’s Stortford had three gold medals to celebrate at the weekend as he and Samantha Gipp (Cadet -40kg) both topped the podium today.

Full results from the weekend can be downloaded >>>> here

Medallists

Pre-Cadet Boys

Category Gold Silver Bronze Bronze
34kg Lewis Fryer, Rush Judo Zach McMurray, Kingsley School Omar Bougoffa, Moberly Mason Shankley, Hibari Kan
38kg Gergo Berendie, Rush Judo Tobias Chapman, Pinewood Kyle Chambers, Moberly Noah Jones, Pinewood
42kg Zachary Morrison, Bishop’s Stortford Dinari Dawkins, Moberly Andrew Wilkinson, Sportif Daniel Givan, Destination Judo
46kg James Gray, Destination Judo Billy Rodman, Hibari Kan Ayoub Dafallah, Ernest Bevin Phoenix Oliver Young, Pinewood
50kg Ryan May, The Parks Daniel Franklin, Pinewood Justas Smitrius, Toshi Kazoku Harry Cox, 2A’s Judokwai
55kg Max Major, Devizes Jamie Horn, Carnegie Cameron MacLennan, Sportif David Sommerville, Clyde
60kg Josh Leonard, Osaka Kai Evans, Core Judo Academy Cameron Henderson, Destination Judo Ryan Doyle, The Vale School
66kg Caleb Drysdale, Erdington Henry Clark, Sportif Andrew Lamb, Hibari Kan Pierre Michelin, South Brent
over 66kg Herculas Pretorius, Zodiac Nathaniel Davies, Cardiff Volodimir Myhalyuk, Core Judo Academy Benjamin Fox Kennedy, Carnegie

Cadet Girls

Category Gold Silver Bronze Bronze
40kg Samantha Gipp, Bishop’s Stortford Rachel Jackson, Thornaby Pavillion
44kg Amy Platten, Redbridge Jaime-Leigh Whitaker, Glossop Ffion Robinson, Pontarddulais Chloe Dodge, MJC
48kg Jasmine Hacker-Jones, Maesteg Fiona Todman, Destination Judo Sian Bobrowska, Hardy Spicer 83 Imogen Walls, Sportif
52kg Yasmin Javadian, Coventry Caitlin Barber, Gateshead JC Tatum Keen, Bradley Stoke Emily Tye, SKK
57kg Josie Steele, Highland Budokan Grace Griffith, Tsukuru Judo Academy Chloe Gowen, Bradley Stoke Darcie Hancocks, Hardy Spicer 83
63kg Holly Jones, SKK Annie Boby, Osaka Emily Cooper, SKK Mollie Game, Osaka
70kg Tomi Imrie, Jidel 93 Holly Bentham, East Yorkshire Judo Academy/Beverley Georga Halloumas, Metro Imogen Ranner, Melbourn
over 70kg Amy Oram, Yate Star Kirstie Strouts McCallion, St Columbs Georgia Greenidge, Enfield Olivia Turner, Samurai
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