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Upcoming Events:

Iinkai Summer Course

Tuesday 28th - Friday     31st August 2018

 

The venue for the Judo in 2020 Olympics is the Nippon Budokan. It originally built for the 1964 games where judo made it first appearance the Olympics.

Iinkai Spring Training Day & Competition

   24th June 2018

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Judo Rules

In Judo the main objective is to either throw or takedown an opponent to the ground o their back, immobilize or otherwise subdue an opponent with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a choke. Judo has three basic scores for managing to achieve any of the actions:

 

 

 

Ippon 'Ten points'. Award of ippon decides the winner

and ends the match. This can be achieved:

 

- If the referee judges the player has thrown their opponent

flat on their back

 

- Pinning an opponent for 20 seconds

 

- Forcing a submission with a choke, strangle or joint lock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waza-ari '7 points'. This can be achieved:

 

- If the referee judges the player has thrown their opponent ¾

on their back

 

- Pinning an opponent for 15 seconds

 

When two waza-ari are awarded in the same match, it is

considered to be same as ippon and the match will end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yuko: Yuko is currently the smallest score that can be awarded.

One score of waza-ari is considered greater than any number of

yuko scores. Yuko can be scored:

 

- If the referee judges the player has thrown their opponent

½ on their back / side

 

Pinning an opponent for 10 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Osaekomi: When the referee calls this means a hold / pin is starting

                   up to 15 - 20 seconds    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toketa: When the referee calls this Hold / pin broken before

             15 - 20 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Penalties

 

Two types of penalties may be awarded. A shido is awarded for minor rule infringements. Each player has 4 penalties before they are disqualified (known as a hansoku make).

 

Shidos can be given for:

 

·Intentionally injuring an opponent

·prolonged period of non-aggression (not attacking)

·Grabbing an opponents legs are not allowed.

·Punching, kicking, and other strikes are not allowed.

·Touching the opponent's face is not allowed.

·Attacking joints other than the elbow is not allowed.

·Head dives are not permitted.

·Wearing any hard or metallic object during competition is not permitted.

 

Furthermore a player can be disqualified automatically (hansoku make) if the referee deems an offence serious enough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matte: Stop

 

Hajime: Go

 

Sensei: Teacher

 

Hiki-wake: Match Drawn

 

Tatami: Mat

 

Judogi: Judo Suit

 

Judoka: Judo Player

 

Kiyotsuke Sensei Ni Rei: Attention! Teacher bow

 

Rei: Bow

 

Sore Made: Finish

 

Dojo: Judo Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White - Novice

 

Red - 6th Kyu

 

Yellow - 5th Kyu

 

Orange - 4th Kyu

 

Green - 3rd Kyu

 

Blue - 2nd Kyu

 

Brown - 1st Kyu

 

Black - 1st - 5th Dan

 

Red & White - 6th - 8th Dan

 

Red - 9th & 10th Dan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Judo Terminology

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Judo Belt / Grade Order

stripes

Children from Reception to Year 6 show their

progress through coloured stripes that can be added

to their belts. (See picture).

 

Coloured stripes are handed out in classes by the

Sensei and are to be sewn onto the belts at home.

 

Order of coloured stripes:

Yellow x 3

Orange x 3

Green x 3

Blue x 3

Brown x 3

Black x 3

 

Once all possible coloured stripes have been attained the

child will progress to their next coloured belt.