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Details of future events that the club will be attending or organising.

Update to the 2020 Competition and Event Planner

Another update to the 2020 Competition and Event Planner.

The changes in this version are:

  • Added the Technical Excellence Session with David Somerville on 03/03/2020.
  • Added the Bonsai Kyoso competition in Livingstone on 02/05/202.
  • Updated the entry for the Irish Open with competition details and online entry link.
  • Competitions in the past have been removed.

 

Update to the 2020 Competition and Event Planner

Another update to the 2020 Competition and Event Planner.

The changes in this version are:

  • Judo Scotland has moved all National Gradings that were to be held at Wishaw to Ravenscraig Regional Sports Centre.
  • The date of the National Grading due on 01/03/2020 has been moved to 22/03/2020. The location has been moved to Ravenscraig.
  • The dates for Scottish Masters Training sessions at Ratho have been added.
  • Competitions in the past have been removed.

 

Latest 2020 Competition and Event Planner

This is a further updated list of those 2020 competitions where the club intends to have a presence.

Only a small change from the previous version – The TD session at Tulliallan has changed from 11th-12th April to 18th-19th April.

Please consult with one of the coaches if you have any questions about the suitability of a competition.

Please note also that some competitions have minimum or maximum grade requirements – Check that the grade of the competitor is suitable for the competition.

We’ve included links to competition details and entry pages where available.

Updated 2020 Competition and Event Planner

This is a further updated list of those 2020 competitions where the club intends to have a presence.

We’ve updated it with some new competitions that have now been announced (Strathkelvin, High Wycombe Masters, British Masters, Clyde Rumble and the entry dates for the British Schools).

The list will be updated as more information becomes available (particularly for those competitions in the latter part of the year.)

Please consult with one of the coaches if you have any questions about the suitability of a competition.

Please note also that some competitions have minimum or maximum grade requirements – Check that the grade of the competitor is suitable for the competition.

We’ve included links to competition details and entry pages where available.

2020 Clyde Rumble details

The 2020 Clyde Rumble competition will be held at Parkmains High School on Sunday 9th February.

You can enter the competition here.

Directions to Park Mains High School:


 

The competition details are:

Venue:

Parkmains High School, Barrhill Road, Erskine, PA8 6EY

Date:

Sunday 9th February 2020

Closing Date:

Sunday 26th January, 2020

Eligibility: Juniors

Age Band ’AA’ – Year Born – 2010, 2011, 2012 Players must be 8 old years on the day of competition

Age Band ‘A’ – Year Born – 2008 – 2009

Age Band ‘B’ – Year Born – 2006 – 2007

Age Band ‘C’ – Year Born – 2004 – 2005

Seniors

Open to all senior players 3rd kyu and below including novice (white belt) grades as long as they have a valid full license on the day.

Please Note

This is a development competition aimed at low grade and/or inexperienced competitors. If you are uncertain about whether the event is suitable please discuss with your Coach or contact Clyde Judo Club for guidance.

Weight/Grade

Categories:

Weight

All competitors will be weighed in on the day and split into pools of 4 or 5 if possible. Please put in actual weights below to help us make this easier on the day.

Grade

Junior grades

All junior players will be grouped with similar ability

Medals

Will be presented after each category.

Entry Fee:

Entries £20.00. Entry fees are not refundable.

How to enter &

Payment

Online entry through: https://www.onlineentries.co.uk/events/clyde/20200209.php

Rules:

British Judo Association Contest Rules will apply all other rules according to the British Judo Association Tournament Handbook.

Weigh-In:

Weigh-in times will be available from the Clyde Judo website and Facebook page after the closing date.

www.clydejudo.org.uk

www.facebook.com/clydejudoclub

Officials

Trainee officials will be used for this event under supervision. Please be conscious of this and make every effort to encourage their participation.

Any player not eligible to compete is welcome to try refereeing/timekeeping on the day, please let us know in advance if you are bringing any such players.

Mat side Coaching

Will be permitted through out, and we welcome positive encouragement of all players.

General:


Video recording of some fights may take place at this event; photographs may also be taken for promotional purposes including publication on websites and social media. By signing the entry form you indicate your acceptance of these conditions and parents (in the absence of any expressed objection) provide their consent to the taking and use of photos/videos.

The Decision of the Tournament Organiser is final.

The event is run in line with JudoScotland/BJA Child Protection Policy

All information supplied will only be used for event organisation purposes and names/clubs will be published in advance of the event.

 

Updated 2020 Competition and Event Planner

This is a updated list of those 2020 competitions where the club intends to have a presence.

We’ve updated it with some new competitions that have now been announced, added Senior gradings and included the Talent Development/Talent Development Performance squad events and competitions.

The list will be updated as more information becomes available (particularly for those competitions in the latter part of the year.)

Please consult with one of the coaches if you have any questions about the suitability of a competition.

Please note also that some competitions have minimum or maximum grade requirements – Check that the grade of the competitor is suitable for the competition.

We’ve included links to competition details and entry pages where available.

2020 Competition Planner

This is a list of those 2020 competitions where the club intends to have a presence.

The list will be updated as more information becomes available (particularly for those competitions in the latter part of the year.)

Please consult with one of the coaches if you have any questions about the suitability of a competition.

Please note also that some competitions have minimum or maximum grade requirements – Check that the grade of the competitor is suitable for the competition.

We’ve included links to competition details and entry pages where available.

Clyde Rumble 2019

The annual Clyde Rumble will be held at Park Mains High School on Sunday 3rd February.

An entry information pack can be downloaded here:

Clyde Rumble 2019

And online entry can be completed here.

If you have any questions about player suitability you can contact the club at sensei@clydejudo.org.uk or through our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ClydeJudoClub

Top flight Judo action coming to Glasgow in October

The 2018 Glasgow European Judo Open will be held in Glasgow over Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October 2018.

This is an IJF world ranking event and part of the 2020 Olympic qualification cycle.

More importantly, it’s an opportunity to see world-ranked judo and show support for our British judoka as they work towards Olympic qualification.

So, come along and cheer!

And all for a reasonable £5/person (£3 concessions) per day – How many top flight football matches can you watch for £10?

The more of us that attend and show our support, the better the atmosphere.

You can purchase tickets here.

The provisional competition programme is on the first page of this document. (I wouldn’t bother reading any further unless you are interested in the minutiae of a major judo competition.)

Enjoy the promotion video!

Some great technique on show and a taste of what you will be able to see in October.

2018 European Veteran Championships

The 2018 European Veteran Championships are being held at the Emirates Arena over 14-17 June 2018 and you don’t want to miss out on the chance to see some top-class Judo.

This is a major European event with something like 1200 competitors attending across the usual individual categories and a team event on the Sunday.

This competition is a major showcase for British Judo and, more parochially, a number of parents from the club will be competing and it will be great if we could get as many people as possible along to cheer the action.

Day tickets are £5 for adults and £2 for U16 – great value for a day of sporting action!

The action will generally start at 0930 with the finals being held at 1600 on each day except the Sunday (1430).

This is the BJA trailer for the championships:

Definitive information can be found on the BJA 2018 European Veteran Championships page .

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