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Tournament information

Weight categories
8 & 9yrs
  • U24kg, U27kg, U30kg, U34kg, U38kg, U42kg, U46kg, O46kg.
  • Exact weight needs to be stated for O46kg.
    Band A - 10 & 11yrs
  • U30kg, U34kg, U38kg, U42kg, U46kg, U50kg, U55kg, O55kg.
  • Exact weight needs to be stated for O55kg.
  • Max weight is 65kg.
    Band B - 12 &13yrs
  • U34kg, U38kg, U42kg, U46kg, U50kg, U55kg, U60kg, O60kg.
  • Exact weight needs to be stated for O55kg.
  • Max weight is 70kg.
  • Competitors weigh-in on the day to confirm their weight categories.
  • Where numbers are insufficient, some weight groups (but not bands) may be combined.

  • Spectators
  • There will be a spectator fee on the day of £4. Children U16 are Free.

  • Merchandise

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  • Entry requirements

  • This is a boys only competition.
  • Competitors must never have medalled in any area or national judo competition, with the exception of this annual IAPS tournament, before entering this event.
  • Standard white judo suits should be worn with a plain white t-shirt.
  • All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
  • Competitors may only play in one age group throughout the competition.
  • Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can book onto IAPS sports events online.
  • Bookings are made on a first come, first served basis.
  • Late entries unfortunately cannot be accepted under any circumstances.

  • Age groups
  • Band A - 10 & 11 yrs.
  • Band B - 12 & 13 yrs.

  • Date of birth
  • The age of the competitors is taken from the 1 September 2018.
  • Children in the 8-9 tournament, must be at least 8 years old on the day of the competition
  • Jodo competitors can only compete in their age band and are not permitted to compete up a year group.

  • National governing body

    The national governing body for Judo in England is British Judo.

    Coaching Judo
  • Quality coaching from passionate and knowledgeable judo coaches is vital to delivering high quality and enjoyable sessions for everyone who participates in the sport. For information on how to get started coaching Judo, visit the British Judo website here.
  • Rules and regulations

    Judo rules and regulations
  • All IAPS Judo championships are conducted under the British Judo rules.
  • Please read the rules and regulations in full before entering the event.

  • Competitor details
  • Schools must complete their competitors details for the event online before the entry deadline.
  • The link to submit your competitors details can be found in the confirmation email sent to you immediately after booking online.
  • If you do not receive the confirmation email for any reason, you can log into your account via our website and re-send yourself the email.

  • IAPS Noticeboard

    We will email and tweet any urgent information to schools regarding our events e.g. cancellations due to weather.

    We will use this noticeboard to post the same information.

    Important information
  • There is no important news at this time.


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