- Student Handbook
- AMENDED RULES
- New IJF Rules for 2018-2020 analysed
- International Judo Federation Contest Rules
- International Judo Federation 2015 Regulations
Judo is an educational sport by excellence. In Judo, we always dedicate time and attention to educating and this is one of our main activities. Within the International Judo Federation, we created the IJF Academy, with the aim of educating coaches, help former judokas continue their path in our sport as coaches. The Academy is an important tool that helps us spread the knowledge and values of judo all over the world, including countries with less tradition and experience in our sport, but with a great potential and desire to develop judo. Started four years ago, the IJF Academy had an excellent progress and very good results. One third of our members are using the courses of the Academy, some countries even organizing their own national courses or teaming up with other countries for regional courses. The current number of graduates is close to and it continues increasing. With its customized curriculum and state-of-the-art on-line theory courses, available in more and more languages, the Academy has become a real instrument, a benefit for the IJF as well as for the National Federations and our sport in general. For the financial support of these courses we partnered up with Olympic Solidarity and the National Olympic Committees, securing a maximum and optimal participation of all the students. I would like to urge all the IJF Member National Federations to continue or start using the IJF Academy in order to educate a healthy and high-level generation of coaches, that will contribute later to the development of our sport from grass-roots to elite level, at a standard and generally accepted, correct level. About us. Marius L. Vizer IJF President. Official IJF Partners.
New IJF Rules for 2018-2020 analysed
IJF Academy Rules. Every student must have a personal email address that will be used throughout the entire course period. First Aid certificate is required before the final certificate for Level 1 is issued as explained earlier. In case you need to change your email address which you are using, contact academy ijf. The platform is able to handle different languages. The students can select their choice of language at the beginning, but they can switch to the available languages during the course at any time. The students must upload a passport-type photo and a scanned copy of their national ID or passport when signing up to the platform. Students can follow the study material on the platform or this can be downloaded. No material is sent in any other way. Trial Tests open on every Wednesday midnight Central European Time and offer maximum 5 attempts for testing knowledge and preparation for the Weekly Test. These Trial Tests are for practising purposes only! Their results will not affect the final result of the student. Weekly Tests open on every Saturday midnight Central European Time and will remain open until the last day of the semester. The student is allowed a maximum of 3 attempts. The IJF Academy management will not notify the students about their progress and missing Weekly Tests, as this must be managed by the students. The semester closes according to the set and published schedule of the relevant course. The last week is reserved for the missing Weekly Tests. Applications to attend the Final Examination and Assessment must be endorsed by the student's National Federation. In case a student cannot successfully complete a part of the Final Examination and Assessment due to valid reasons, their National Federation can ask for permission from the IJF Academy for the student to be invited again in the next Final Examination and Assessment to complete the missing part. In case of situations arising not covered in these rules, the IJF Academy Management and the IJF reserves the right to take appropriate decisions and actions they deem suitable. Official IJF Partners.
International Judo Federation Contest Rules
A contestant shall be deemed to have been defeated when his two shoulders and hips shall have touched the floor, provided that said contestant shall have reached this position on the floor through having been thrown down. A contestant shall be deemed to have been defeated when in such position on the floor, if said combatant cannot free himself from his opponent's arms within two seconds' time. A contestant shall be deemed to have been defeated when from any cause or causes he may become unconscious. But it is not permitted to use serious tricks when the wrestling bout is between friends. Such tricks as kicking and the breaking of arms, legs, and neck are barred. A combatant shall be deemed to have been defeated when he has been reduced to submission through the employment by his opponent of any hold or trick. When a defeated combatant finds himself obliged to acknowledge his submission, he must pat or hit the floor or his antagonist's body, or somewhere, with his hand or foot. This patting with foot or hand is to be regarded as a token of surrender. When a defeated combatant pats or hits the floor, or anywhere, in token of submission, the victor must at once let go his hold. It is understood and agreed that the Jiu-Jitsu man, whether he fights a boxer or contests with a wrestler, shall be allowed to use in his defense any of the tricks that belong to the art of Jiu-Jitsu. It is further understood and agreed that the Jiu-Jitsu man assumes no responsibility for any injury or injuries caused by any act or thing done during the contest, and that the Jiu-Jitsu man shall be held free and blameless for any such ill effect or injury that may be received during the contest. Two competent witnesses representing each side, or four in all, shall see to it that these articles of agreement are properly drawn, signed, and witnessed, to the end that neither contestant or other participant in the match shall have cause for action on any ground or grounds resulting from any injury or injuries, or death, caused during the contest. It was the first annual JUDO competition. Contest Rules of the Kodokan Judo were formulated and written in aboutwith translation being officially made into English. Originally judo matches had no time limit, then in the 's and 's the rules called for a maximum of 20 minutes, and in the 's the World Championship finals still lasted up to 15 minutes. However, as Judo became more and more popular match times had to be reduced to the current 5 minute limit. The categories were. In the KOKA score was eliminated. In the open weight category was dropped from the Olympics so there are currently 7 weight categories for both men and women in the Olympics. The categories were expanded to 6 for the Olympics, and 8 for the Olympics. In the open category was dropped from the Olympics. In rules were amended by the IJF Refereeing Commission to include a penalty for Kawazu Gake, creation of a Golden Score overtime, the simplification to only two types of penalties Shido and Hansoku Make instead of four Shido, Chui, Keikoku, Hansoku Makeand new bowing procedures which were implemented in advance of the publication of the new rules. If you want to know more about how the rules of Judo competition have evolved you might be interested in seeing these official International Judo Federation IJF rulebooks:. Ohlenkamp, Neil. Kano, Jigoro. You can do it, too! Miklos Ungvari HUN. International Judo Federation Contest Rules. Plavecz Martin Contact: judobook gmail. Log in Log out Edit. Jimdo You can do it, too!