VENUE: Boulevard Academy Airlie Street, Hull, North Humberside HU3 3QT
FORMAT: This is a BJA Judo Festival for U8 Judokas registered with the BJA and a BJA 2 star event for competitors aged from 8 years old and under 16 years of age. However, BJA under 12 rules will apply irrespective of age. Each competitor MUST produce a valid BJA licence when booking in on the day; otherwise participation will not be permitted. All competitors will wear a white Judogi and must have graded in the last 6 months for the 1st to 3 Mon and 4th – 9th Mon Competition.
Competitors will be divided into pools of four based on gender and weight. . The tournament director reserves the right to amend weight categories as necessary.
EVENT 1: U8yrs Festival (must have affiliation with the BJA)
EVENT 2: 1st to 3rd Mon (Red Belt).
EVENT 3: 4th Mon to 9th Mon (Yellow and Orange Belts).
BOOKING & The booking in and weigh in will take place on the day of the event
EVENT 1: U8yrs Festival 9:00 to 9:30 am
EVENT 2: 1st Mon to 4th Mon 10:30 to 11:00 am
EVENT 3: 4th Mon to 9th Mon 12:00 to 12:30am
Male competitors must weigh in wearing their judogi trouser there will be a 0.5kg allowance.
Female competitors must weigh in wearing their Judogi trouser and a T-shirt there will be a 0.6kg allowance.
Competitors are to provide their own Blue and White belts.
EVENT 1: U8 Festival Players £10.00
EVENTS 2 & 3: 8yrs to U16 years old Competitors £14.00.
Cheques made payable to HULL JUDO CLUB
Spectators, Free admission
CLOSING DATE: Friday 1st February 2019 or when the maximum entry has been reached.
ENTRIES TO: Graham Sitch, 17 Pavilion Close, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU8 8EA or by Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel 07813637660
COACHES: All coaches are required to register at the spectator entrance that will enable them to access the competition area and coach seating.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Please note by entering or attending the competition you agreeing to accept the BJA policy in respect of photography video usage. The use of photographic equipment is permitted, however should a request be made of you to stop, then you should respect the wishes of others. Any lights or flashes should be disabled prior to taking any photographs of action on a contest area.