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Judo

For visually impaired athletes

 

Tuesday-Thursday 25.-27.6

Classification and training

Friday 28.6.

Competition day at 15:00

Saturday 29.6.

Judo training

 

WEIGHT CLASSES:

LOC has combined the weight classes to ensure high-quality matches for each competitors. 

 Female

- 52 kg (compined -48kg and 52kg) 

=>(4 athletes,  2 x  U18 + 2 x U21)

- 63 kg  (combined -57 kg and - 63 kg)

 => (3 athletes / 1 x  U18 +2 x U21) 

Male 

- 60 kg (combined - 55 ja 60) 

=> (3 athletes / 3 x U18)

- 66 kg (5 athletes / 2 x U18 + 3 x U21)

- 81 kg (combined 73 kg  and 81 kg) 

=> (4 athletes  / 1 x U18 + 3 x U21)

+ 81 kg (Combined -90kg and +90kg)

=>3 athletes / 3 x U21 ( 2 x -90kg and 1 x +90 kg)

 

* LOC reserves the rights to combine weight classes after the classification and weigh-in.

 

 

IBSA judogi rules

White and blue judogi

Official back number

the sign of blindness (red circle)

The measure of the judo-gi is controlled by sokuteki.

 

rules: 

We follow the the official IBSA judo rules and regulations:

www.ibsasport.org/sports/judo/rules/ 

 

AGE GROUPS

Under 18 (2002-2004)

Under 21 (1999-2001)

 

 

CLASSIFICATION

IBSA will have one panel of VI classifiers for the EPYG for its three sports: Judo, Goalball and Showdown
in Finland
 
Classification will take place on the 25th, 26th and 27th June
 
Arrival for classification should be on the 24th June
 
PLEASE NOTE:
  1. ALL IBSA MEMBERS MUST BE IN GOOD STANDING TO SEND THEIR ATHLETES TO AN IBSA COMPETITION.
  2. ALL ATHLETES MUST BE LICENSED FOR THE CURRENT YEAR

Procedure for the classification of an athlete at a competition:

A fully filled MDF, dated and signed by a certified ophthalmologist, must be uploaded in ISAS  by the 13 MAY 2019 . Only the current MDF (available for downloading from the IBSA website is accepted).

http://www.ibsasport.org/documents/files/179-1-IBSA-Medical-Diagnostics-Form.pdf

The MDF’s will be thoroughly checked after they have been uploaded. Athletes without the correct MDF uploaded in due time will not be scheduled for classification, and cannot enter the competition. There will be no exceptions.

 

For athletes with a Review status - tests and complementary medical exams requested in previous competitions should be uploaded at the same time of MDF - 20TH MAY If not, the athlete will be excluded from the competition. Every athlete should state in the MDF if they wear optical correction (glasses, contact lenses, filters) when they compete. If so and it was not STATED in the MDF form the athlete will be excluded from the competition. 

 

All athletes to be classified at an event need to be ready for classification at the first hour on the first day and rested especially if the travel has been long distance. Sleepy/tired people cannot cooperate well and they risk not to be classified. Late arrivals will not be considered for the Classification schedules.

 

The regular number of athletes to be classified by a panel in one day (1 day = 2 periods of 4 hours) is 12. As a maximum 15 athletes /panel /day (8 hrs) will be considered; any exception to this number subject to being accepted previously by IBSA Classification and the classifiers. (Sports and Event organizers need to be careful about these numbers when requesting panels and fixing the classification days).

Only athletes competing in EPYG can be classified at that event 

 

ELIGIBILITY

Registered with IBSA 

 

 

Judo competition manager

Marita Kokkonen

marita.kokkonen@elisanet.fi

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