Competitors Camp 2022

Pro Judo will be hosting a 2 day camp for Minor, Pre-Cadets and Cadets (Minor’s Day One Only) at their city centre dojo in aid of your own club’s funds.

Jack Murphy will be lead a lively program combining technical input, newaza randori and tachi waza randori.

When : April 12th and 13th 10am til’ 3pm with lunch break

Where: Glasgow City Centre Dojo 5th floor, 50 West Campbell Street, Glasgow G2 6SE

Level – Competing and aspiring minors, pre-cadets and cadets

This event is free , but we would suggest a donation of £10 per player – to made for the benefit of your own club .

The use of public transport into the city centre is recommended.

Café available for parents wishing to stay and watch.

Register Now

Minors – https://projudo-glasgow.class4kids.co.uk/camp/3

Pre Cadet, Cadet – https://projudo-glasgow.class4kids.co.uk/camp/2

 

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2022 Granite City – Grand Prix

IMPORTANT – Please talk to your club coach before entering

Date: Saturday 18th June

Venue: Aberdeen Sports Village, Linksfield Road, Aberdeen, AB24 5RU

Closing Date: All entries and payment must be received by Wednesday 1st June 2022 at 12 noon. No late entries will be accepted. JudoScotland reserve the right to close the entry if the maximum entry number has been reached.

Entry Via JudoScotland portal – https://judoscotland.justgo.com/Workbench/Home

Event details – https://www.judoscotland.com/uploads/tinymce/Events/Granite%20City%20GP%20Entry%20Form%202022%20WEB.pdf

Covid – 19 Safety Measures
This competition will be run in accordance to Government Covid restrictions and measures at the time of the event and as such the event may be subject to date changes or cancellation should further restrictions be implemented by The Scottish Government. JudoScotland will communicate any event changes to entrants via email and the JudoScotland website before the event, where possible.

 

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2022 Northern Ireland Open

IMPORTANT – Please talk to your club coach before entering

Please read the event details for eligibility below and the competition format before entering via the online entry system.

(Note change of format to previous years – Saturday now has Cadet, Pre-Cadet & Minors competing and Sunday now has Juniors, Seniors & Masters competing)

As the safety and well-being of everyone is of paramount importance, all N I Government Covid 19 regulations in place on the day of the event will be adhered to and those attending will be expected to assist in compliance.

Further details on hotel accommodation and transfers will be released shortly, so please check our social media channels.

Event details – Cadet, Pre Cadet and Minor information click here

Online entry –  2022 Northern Ireland Open : Minors, Pre-Cadet and Cadet | OnlineEntries click here

Closing Date – Wednesday 30th March (or earlier if maximum permitted entries have been received)

Any queries should be directed to – [email protected] (this is a volunteer manned email address and queries will be answered as soon as practically possible, your patience will be greatly appreciated)

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2022 Clyde Open – Grand Prix

IMPORTANT – Please talk to your club coach before entering

Date: Sunday 8th May 2022

Venue: Bellahouston Sports Centre, 31 Bellahouston Dr, Bellahouston, Glasgow G52 1HH

Closing Date: All entries and payment must be received by Wednesday 27th April 2022 at 12 noon. No late entries will be accepted. JudoScotland reserve the right to close the entry if the maximum entry number has been reached.

Entry through the members zone on the JudoScotland website, using competitors membership number as the username. This can be found on your JudoScotland licence.

https://judoscotland.justgo.com/Account.mvc/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f

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2022 British Schools

IMPORTANT – Please talk to your club coach before entering

Entry is now open for the 2022 British Schools Championships which takes place on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March 2022 at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield.
The hugely popular competition, which is expected to reach capacity in record time again this year, is a key development event for young judoka and is designed to gradually expose them to a British Judo national competition environment.

Competition Days:
Saturday 12th March 2022: Years 8 and 9, & Years 10 and 11
Sunday 13th March 2022: Years 6 and 7, Years 12 and 13, & VI and Adaptive Judo.

Priority Entry:
Due to the pandemic and having only returned to competition recently, there are not expected to be any Regional School events. Therefore there will be no Priority Entry for the 2022 event.

Entries are now open and will close on Friday 25th February 2022. Please note, if the entry reaches its maximum capacity during this period the entry will close.

How can I register?
Entry via the online https://www.britishjudo.org.uk/entry-now-open-for-2022-british-schools-championships/

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