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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 JUDO EVENTS

10/03/2018 Boys 10-13 Judo Championships - High Wycombe Judo Centre High Wycombe Judo Centre HP12 4UE More Info
12/05/2018 Boys 8-9 Judo Championships - High Wycombe Judo Centre High Wycombe Judo Centre HP12 4UE More Info

PREVIOUS JUDO RESULTS

11/03/2017 Boys 10-13 Judo Championships High Wycombe Judo Centre More Info
13/05/2017 Boys 8-9 Judo Championships 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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