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Judo

DATES

Registration and Weigh In: June 9, 2017 / Competition: June 10, 2017



LOCATION

Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center
2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. N, Birmingham, AL 35203


EVENTS

Male - 60kg, 65 kg, 73 kg, 81kg, 90 kg, 100 kg, +100kg / Female – 48 kg, 52 kg, 57 kg, 63 kg, 70 kg, 78 kg, +78 kg



MISC INFORMATION

Practice Information: No Practice Times - mats will not be set up

Blue and White Judo Gi’s are Mandatory for All Athletes



ENTRY REGULATIONS

1. All athletes must present a valid membership card of USA Judo, USJA or USJF at registration.
 
2. Blue and White Gis will be mandatory. The Gi need to conform to the latest rules concerning size and material but don’t have to be from and IJF approved supplier.
 
3. Masters may compete in only one weight division.


QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS

Judo is a Demonstration Sport in the 2017 National Senior Games (NSGA). NSGA standards for qualifying in the state games are not required.


MEDALS / AWARDS

Awards will be presented to 1st , 2nd and two 3rd place finishers in each weight class. All medals and ribbons MUST be collected during the Games. The NSGA will not mail MEDALS or RIBBONS after the Games.

Judo

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2017 Judo Rules & Regulations

Version : January 22, 2017 

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2017 Printable Age Specific Schedule

Printable competition schedule for the 2017 National Senior Games in Birmingham, AL. The time of events will not be available until after registration closes. Actual Days of Competition may vary, depends on number of registered athletes in each event. Subject to Change
Version : January 11, 2017 
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2017 Competition Start & End Times

Document that lists the start and approximate end times for each competition.
Version : February 20, 2017 
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2017 Sport Practice Times Schedule

Document that lists the practice times for each competition.
Version : February 24, 2017 
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2017 Official Sports Rules Book

The qualifying procedures and rules of competition for the 2017 National Senior Games are based upon those set forth by the recognized national governing body for each sport. For the National Senior Games, however, some sport rules have been modified and/or revised in the best interest of the competitors. It is your responsibility to review the new rules in the shaded areas and refresh your knowledge on the existing rules.
Version : March 1, 2017 


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