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    IAPS Judo
    Judo is a sport of unarmed combat derived from ju-jitsu and intended to train the body and mind.

IAPS JUDO

Judo is a form of martial arts that is practiced in 184 countries worldwide. Contests are fought on a mat, lasting a maximum of 5 minutes, with scores awarded for throws, holds, armlocks and strangles. Proficiency in Judo is indicated by the colour of a player's belt; white indicates a beginner and black a master with a wide range of colours in between. 

Tournament Information

  • The boys' judo competitions are exclusively IAPS events and should be booked online below.
  • The girls' judo competitions are open to all independent schools in the UK and should be booked directly through High Wycombe Judo Centre.
  • Children weigh in on the day to confirm their weight categories.
  • Where numbers are insufficient some weight groups (but not bands) may be combined.

Rules & Regulations

Eligibility

  • All competitors must attend an IAPS school.
  • Competitors age must be taken from 1 September 2017.
  • Pupils must never have medalled in any area or national judo competition with the exception of this annual IAPS tournament to enter this event.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Judo event coming soon.

PREVIOUS JUDO RESULTS

10/03/2018 Boys 10-13 Judo Championships - High Wycombe Judo Centre High Wycombe Judo Centre More Info
12/05/2018 Boys 8-9 Judo Championships - High Wycombe Judo Centre High Wycombe Judo Centre More Info

SOME FACTS ABOUT IAPS JUDO

1896

Olympic Debut

354

2017 Competitors

55

2017 Schools

1,500,000

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