We can’t wait for this weekend’s British Schools Judo Championships which will see 700 students from over 500 schools battle it out to claim the Simon Hicks trophy.
The English Institute of Sport (EIS) will see over 70 British Schools Judo Champions crowned in front of an expectant crowd. To ensure that the event runs as smoothly as possible, please remind yourself of the competition formats and timings ahead of the weekend.
Keep up to date with all the latest information regarding the British Schools Judo Championships by downloading and subscribing to our dedicated Telegram group – CLICK HERE TO JOIN
There are multiple events occurring at the EIS Sheffield across the competition weekend. We recommend arriving early to secure a parking space. Cash is required for parking.
The intended method of elimination for this event will be knockout with compound repechage.
Academic years 6 and 7: 3 minutes, 3 minutes Golden Score, Referee Decision
Academic years 8 and 9: 3 minutes, unlimited Golden Score
Academic years 10 to 13: 4 minutes, unlimited Golden Score.
Golden Score is per IJF rules
Academic years 6 and 7: Technical Restrictions
Male: -27kgs, -30kg, -34kg, -38kg, -42kg, -46kg, -50kg, -55kg, and +55kg
Female: -28kgs, -32kg, -36kg, -40kg, -44kg, -48kg, -52kg, -57kg, and +57kg
Academic years 8 and 9: Armlocks and strangles are NOT permitted
Male: -34kg, -38kg, -42kg, -46kg, -50kg, -55kg, -60kg, -66kg, -73kg, +73kg
Female: -32kg, -36kg, -40kg, -44kg, -48kg, -52kg, -57kg, -63kg, and +63kg
Academic years 10 and 11: Armlocks and Strangles are permitted
Male: -42kg, -46kg, -50kg, -55kg, -60kg, -66kg, -73kg, -81kg, -90kg, and +90kg
Female: -44kg, -48kg, -52kg, -57kg, -63kg, -70kg, and +70kg
Academic years 12 and 13: Armlocks and Strangles are permitted
Male: -60kg, -66kg, -73kg, -81kg, -90kg, and +90kg.
Female: -48kg, -52kg, -57kg, -63kg, -70kg, and +70kg
Medals and Points Scoring
Medals will be presented shortly after the conclusion of each weight category.
There will also be an overall winning school trophy awarded to the school with the most points accumulated during the weekend. Schools can gain points by the following:
2 points – for a competitor that wins a bronze medal
4 points – for a competitor that wins a silver medal
6 points – for a competitor that wins a gold medal
This trophy will be awarded post event.
Registration and Weigh In:
Saturday 12th March Registration and Weigh Ins:
|Academic Years 8 & 9||Saturday 12th March||08:15am – 09:00am|
|Academic Years 10 & 11||Saturday 12th March||11:30am – 12:30pm|
Sunday 13th March Registration and Weigh Ins:
|Academic Years 6 and 7||Sunday 13th March||08:15am – 09:00am|
|Adaptive and VI||Sunday 13th March||09:00am – 10:00am|
|Academic Years 12 and 13||Sunday 13th March||10:30am – 11:30am|
Pre-orders can be collected from the merchandise stall, where a limited amount of merchandise will also be available to purchase. Please note this will be cashless so card will be required for all purchases.