Date: Sunday, April 9, 2017

Location: City College of San Francisco

Wellness Center
50 Phelan Ave.
San Francisco, Calif. 94112

ENTRY FORM 

Time: Tournament will commence at 10:30 am
Entry Fee: Entry fee will be $40.00 per contestant, second family member $30.00, third or more family members FREE. Make checks payable to: ML Event Management
Awards: Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. Additional awards (Medals) will be presented to all competitors
Eligibility: Open to all qualified male and female, Junior/Intermediate and Senior competitors with current USJF, USJA or USA Judo membership cards. Must present current membership card.
Sponsored: CCSF Judo Club Sanctioned by: USJF: 17-04-06

Registration: Registration on the day of the tournament are:
Junior Division: 5-6yrs / 7-8yrs./ 9-10yrs/11-12yrs….…… ……… …..8:00 am to 9:30 am
Intermediate Divisions:.13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs ……… … ………………..10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sr. White, Brown and Black Belts………………………………..……..10:00 am to 11:30 am
Divisions to be contested:
5-6yrs / 7-8yrs. / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs…………………………White, Yellow, Orange Belts
7-8yrs / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs………………………………………Blue and Green Belts.
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs………………………………………………..White, Yellow, & Blue Belts
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs………………………………………………..Purple Belts.
Sr. White, Yellow, Green, Blue Belts: Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy
Sr. Brown Belts…………Black Belts: Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy

Elimination: The Pool system of scoring will be used. Contestants will be separated by sex, age, weight and belt color. Depending on the number of contestants, the Tournament Director reserves the right to combine or change groups to benefit the majority of the contestants.

Scoring System: Places will be determined according to the following criteria, in this order:
A. Places will be determined first on the basis of wins.
B. If the numbers of wins are tied, both participants will be awarded the same medal.
Contest Rules: We will use the NEW 2017 IJF Competition Rules (www.ccsfjudo.org/articles or http://www.ijf.org) Note changes on: Ippon/Wazari Score, Elimination of Yuko score, Osaekomi time, accidental leg touch

Current IJF Contest Rules Modified as follows:
• Pre 2003 IJF Medical Rule and The CARE system will Not be in use.
• 7 meter competition area with 4 meter between mats with 3 meter safety border on edge.
• No Kani-Basami and No Double knee drop Seoi-Nage in 12 and under
• No Shime waza (chokes) in junior division (12 and under)
• 2.5 Minutes: (12 and under), Matte Stop Time
• We will use the “Golden Score”
• Kansetsu Waza (Armbars) only allowed in the Black Belt Division
• Intermediate, Sr. White and Brown, 3 minutes……Black Belts 4 minutes
Officials Meeting: Officials Clinic/meeting on the New Rules (2017) will be held at 8:00 am, 3rd Floor

Tournament Director: Mitchell Palacio Email: mpalacio@ccsf.edu

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Cupertino Judo Invitational Tournament 2017

Posted: March 20, 2017 by norcaljudo in Entry Form

Date:

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Downloadable Entry form
2017 CUPERTINO JUDO CLUB TOURNAMENT Entry Form

Schedule
  • Registration
    • Junior Division (12 yrs and under)
      • 7:45 AM to 9:00 AM
    • Intermediates (13 – 16 yrs.):
      • 7:45 AM to 10:30 AM
    • Senior Division:
      • 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • Officials Meeting
    • 9:00 AM
  • Tournament begins
    • 10:00 AM
Address
Lynbrook High School
1280 Johnson Ave
San Jose, CA 95129

Entry Fees

  • $40.00 Juniors, Intermediates, Senior White and Brown Belts
  • $50.00 Senior Black Belt Division

City College of San Francisco Invitational Judo Tournament

Posted: November 25, 2016 by norcaljudo in Entry Form

City College of San Francisco Invitational Judo
Tournament
http://www.ccsfjudo.org

Date: Sunday, December 11, 2016 Location: City College of San Francisco

Wellness Center
50 Phelan Ave.
San Francisco, Calif. 94112

Time: Tournament will commence at 10:30 am

Entry Fee: Entry fee will be $40.00 per contestant, second family member $30.00, third or more family
members FREE. Make checks payable to: ML Event Management

Awards: Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. Additional awards (Medals) will be presented
to all competitors

Eligibility: Open to all qualified male and female, Junior/Intermediate and Senior competitors with
current USJF, USJA or USA Judo membership cards. Must present current membership card.
Sponsored: CCSF Judo Club Sanctioned by: USJF 16-12-03

Registration: Registration on the day of the tournament are:
Junior Division: 5-6yrs / 7-8yrs./ 9-10yrs/11-12yrs….…… ……… …..8:00 am to 9:30 am
Intermediate Divisions:.13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs ……… … ………………..10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sr. White, Brown and Black Belts………………………………..……..10:00 am to 11:30 am
Divisions to be contested:
5-6yrs / 7-8yrs. / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs…………………………White, Yellow, Orange Belts
7-8yrs / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs………………………………………Blue and Green Belts.
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs………………………………………………..White, Yellow, & Blue Belts
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs………………………………………………..Purple Belts.
Sr. White, Yellow, Green, Blue Belts: Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy
Sr. Brown Belts…………Black Belts: Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy
Black Belt competition will begin at 1:30 pm
Elimination: The Pool system of scoring will be used. Contestants will be separated by sex, age, weight and belt color. Depending
on the number of contestants, the Tournament Director reserves the right to combine or change groups to benefit the
majority of the contestants.

Scoring System: Places will be determined according to the following criteria, in this order:
A. Places will be determined first on the basis of wins.
B. If the numbers of wins are tied, both participants will be awarded the same medal.

Contest Rules: We will use the NEW 2013 Competition Rules (www.ijf.org)
Current IJF Contest Rules Modified as follows:
• Pre 2003 IJF Medical Rule and The CARE system will Not be in use.
• 7 meter competition area with 4 meter between mats with 3 meter safety border on edge.
• No Kani-Basami and No Double knee drop Seoi-Nage in 12 and under
• No Shime waza (chokes) in junior division (12 and under)
• 1st Accidental leg grab for all 12 yrs. and younger will be penalized with a Shido, 2nd accidental leg grab will
be Hansokumaki.
• 1st Accidental leg grab for all white belts 13 and older will be penalized with a Shido, 2nd accidental leg grab
will be Hansokumaki.
• 2.5 Minutes: (12 and under), Matte Stop Time
• We will use the “Golden Score” process for determining winners in a tied match
• Kansetsu Waza (Armbars) only allowed in the Black Belt Division
• Intermediate, Sr. White and Brown, 3 minutes……Black Belts 5 minutes
Officials Meeting: Officials Clinic/meeting will be held at 9:30 am, 3rd Floor
Tournament Director: Mitchell Palacio Email: mpalacio@ccsf.edu

Registration Form

Solano County’s best of 2016

Posted: September 11, 2016 by norcaljudo in Announcements

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NorCal Judo Family,

Please take a moment and vote for Northern California Judo Club to win Solano County’s best of 2016. Voting ends October 9th 2016. Please share this with family and friends.

Click on the link below and vote under the “Martial Arts” category.

Solano County’s Best of 2016

We thank you for all your support!

Koji Komuro Seminar Saturday, October 1st

Posted: August 23, 2016 by norcaljudo in Announcements

Seminar with Ne-waza Expert  Koji Komuro from Japan!

Please click the link below to reserve your space today!

https://squareup.com/store/CJJudo/

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28th Annual Fukuda International Kata Championship will be on Saturday, October 15th 2016

Location
City College of San Francisco
50Phelan Ave.
San Francisco, CA. 94112

Please follow the link below to download the tournament entry form.

http://www.sokojoshijudo.com/…/…/FIKCEntryForm2016_Final.pdf

Competition Events: 1. Nage-no-Kata 2. Ju-no-Kata 3. Katame-no-Kata 4. Kime-no-Kata 5. Goshin-Jutsu 6. Itsutsu-no-Kata 7. Koshiki-no-Kata

Categories:
Senior Advanced (three categories): Women, Men, and Co-ed
Senior Novice (three categories): Women, Men, and Co-ed
Junior Advanced (three categories): Women, Men, and Co-ed
Junior Novice (three categories): Women, Men, and Co-ed

Entries: You may enter up to seven katas with the same partner or with different partners ONCE per division. In other words, you may not “compete against yourself” in the same division.

Check-In: 7:30 AM -8:30 AM on Tournament Day

Tournament Start: 9:30 AM

Entry package
The entry package must include:
1. The entry form fully completed with details of:
• The katas you are entering
• Whether you are Tori or Uke
• Indicate whether you are competing Advanced or Novice
• Full name of partner in each kata
• Full contact information, including address, phone numbers, and email
• Membership information, including membership number
• Total amount of fees you are sending
2. Waiver form completed and signed
3. Entry fees (checks should be made out to Soko Joshi Judo Club)

Deadlines and Entry Fees
Early Registration: Entries received up to and including September 26 $40 per kata per person for the first three katas entered (that is, $120 per person for three katas); $15 per kata per person for any additional katas entered.
Example: Jane Smith is competing in seven katas with three different partners. She will pay 3 x $40 ($120) + 4 x $15 ($60) = $180.
Late Registration: Entries received after September 26 and up to and including October 3: Add a one-time “Late” fee of $40 to the above fees.
Example: If Jane Smith’s entries are received on October 3, her total fee will be $180 + $40 = $220.

Make checks payable to Soko Joshi Judo Club. Bring your USJI, USJF, or USJA membership card on the day of tournament.

Entry forms, waivers, and checks must be received by the deadlines above. Email may be used for questions and other correspondence, but all entry forms must be mailed via hardcopy.
Mail applications to:
Kathy Ravano, 111 Meadowbrook, San Francisco, CA 94132
For questions concerning applications, please email Kathy Ravano at kravano@msn.com

Note: To facilitate a smooth and efficient tournament, entries received after October 3 will not be accepted. NO WALK-IN registrations will be accepted on the day of the tournament. We appreciate your understanding regarding this restriction.

Note: If you plan on attending this tournament, you must notify your instructor before going to this tournament.

ebji

The 2016 13th Annual East Bay Judo Tournament will be Sunday September 18th

The tournament will be held at:
El Cerrito High School Gymnasium
540 Ashbury Ave.
El Cerrito, CA 94530

Please follow the link below to download the tournament entry form.

http://www.ebji.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Ebji2016.pdf

Registration and weigh-in:
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM for Juniors (6-8yrs old)
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM for Juniors (9-12yrs old)
10:00 – 11:00 AM for intermediates (13-16 yrs old)
11:00 – 12:00 AM for All Seniors Division

Note: Families with multiple competitors can register/check in all their children with their youngest competitor.

Officials Meeting: 9:30 AM

Tournament starts at 10:00AM

Online pre-registration will be available from August 1 through September 16 at http://www.ebji.org/ Online registration will be $40. EARLY-BIRD-DISCOUNT (through September 9) will be $30. All payments will be made through Paypal. Incomplete online registrations will be charged the WALK-UP entry fee.

Walk-Up Entry Fee $60.00

Please make checks payable to: East Bay Judo Institute. A $20.00 fee will be charged on all returned checks

Tournament Rules
All matches will be conducted using the current contest rules for Judo as stipulated by the International Judo Federation (IJF), with the following modifications:
1. The following techniques will not be permitted for contestants 12 years of age and under:
1. Shime-Waza (Choking techniques)
2. Double Drop-Knee Seoinage
2. Kansetsu-Waza (Joint lock techniques) will be allowed in the Black Belt divisions only.
3. The illegal application of techniques in #1 or #2 will result in Hansoku Make (loss of that match).
4. Judogi check for non-black belts will follow the pre-2009 rules and allow the contestant to change judogi.
5. Blue and white judogi (or alternatively, white judogi with blue and white belt) are required for all contestants.
6. CARE system will not be use. Matches will be officiated by referee assisted by 2 judges.
7. Contest areas will be 6.5m x 6.5m with a 4m safety area.

Match Time
Black belt divisions: ………………………………………………..5 Min
All other divisions……………………………………………………3 Min

Scoring

1. Only wazari and ippon will be scored. All penalties will be called.
2. Shido penalties will not determine the outcome of the match. If scores are tied at end of regulation match time, match will go to Golden Score.
a. Only score of Wazari or Ippon/Hansoku Make will end Golden Score (Shido will not end Golden Score!)
3. The winning contestant in each match will be awarded points, according to the level of win, as follows:
a. Ippon 10 points
b. Wazari 7 points

Note: If you plan on attending this tournament, you must notify your instructor before going to this tournament. Your Instructor Must sign the competitor entry form before you attend the tournament.