British Judo Centre of Excellence

WRL 16 Programme Competition and Training Camp programme

From: 4 September 2017 – Post 2017 Senior World Championships

INTRODUCTION

The WRL 16 Programme, is for athletes who are ranked in the top 16 of the IJF Senior World Ranking List (standard of qualification to the IJF World Masters) from the 4 September 2017 and have DELCINED a place on the World Class Performance Programme (WCPP):

  • WCPP Athlete – fully supported and funded World Class Performance Programme based at the British Judo Centre of Excellence
  • WRL 16 Programme Athlete – Competition and Training Camp Support The WRL 16 Programme will be reviewed on an annual

GB Judo WCPP Annual Review Process

 

The WCPP is established at the British Judo Centre of Excellence (GB National Training Centre) in Walsall where all WCPP Podium, Podium Potential and Academy athletes are based fulltime.

British Judo has been allocated 22 funded places for the Tokyo cycle and these UKSPORT WCPP funded athletes, are our priority athletes, as we prepare for Tokyo 2020 and Beyond. The athletes on the WCPP have been identified as athletes who have the potential to qualify and medal in Tokyo 2020 and/or qualify and medal in 2024.

All athletes on the WCPP and Academy programme, will be based fulltime at the British Judo Centre of Excellence and be prioritised for allocated places for IJF World Ranking Events, Junior European Cups and Training Camps that will be planned into their Individual Athlete Plan (IAP – annual competition and training programme) in alignment to their agreed identified Technical (TM), PCDE (Psychological Characteristics for Developing Excellence) and Performance Goals

Non WCPP athletes, who are members of the GB Squad, have the option to Self-Fund their own competition and training camp programmes. (See Self-Fund Criteria document).

British Judo Performance Pathway Structure | ONE Performance System – Two Pathways

 

WRL 16 Programme – Competition and Training Camp Support

The WCPP has introduced the WRL 16 Programme – Competition and Training Camp Support, for athletes who have been offered and declined a place on the WCPP and who are ranked in the World Top 16 of the IJF World Ranking List (WRL).

Athletes identified for the WRL 16 Programme, who have chosen not to take up the offer of a place on the WCPP at the British Judo Centre of Excellence, have the option to opt for the WRL 16 Programme Competition and Training Camp programme support only.

Athletes on the WRL 16 Programme (Competition and Training Camp Support) will also be expected to Self- Fund to additional Competition and Training Camps as part of their own programme and will follow the published Self-Fund Criteria.

Athletes who opt for the WRL 16 Programme – Competition and Training Camp Support, will not be provided with an Athlete Performance Award (APA).

Annual Review of WRL  16 Programme

Post World Championships, Sep, all athletes on the WRL 16 Programme will be reviewed and will maintain their place on this programme should they still be in the Top 16 of the IJF World Ranking List.

If an athlete is WRL 16 or below, then the athlete may be offered a place on the WCPP at the British Judo Centre of Excellence or have the choice to Self-Fund their own programme.

For athletes to be considered for the WRL 16 programme, they must be ranked in the Top 16 or above on the IJF Senior World Ranking List.

Level of Support Allocated to Each Programme

 

Programme Support

 

WCPP

Podium, Podium Potential  and Academy

 

WRL 16 Programme Competition & Training Camp Support

 

GB Squad

Self-Fund Pathway

 

Programme

 

ONE

 

TWO

 

THREE

Training Base British Judo Centre of

Excellence

Own Choice Own Choice
Athlete Performance Award From £7k to £28k per annum  

NO

 

NO

Individual Athlete Plan YES NO NO
 

Training at the CofE

 

YES –

full-time

YES – Must commit to a minimum of 4 one week training blocks per year  

ONST &

U23 Squad Training

 

Funded Competition Programme

YES

Academy, Junior, Senior or Tokyo Programme

 

Tokyo Programme – identified events only

 

NO

 

Funded Training Camp Programme

YES

Academy, Junior, Senior or Tokyo Programme

 

Tokyo Programme – identified events only

 

NO

 

IJF Events Prioritisation

 

YES

Tokyo Programme – identified events only  

NO

BOA

Medical Insurance

YES

BOA Medical Scheme

 

NO

 

NO

 

Coaching Support

Identified WCPP Coach aligned to programme HN, Personal or Club Coach HN, Personal or Club Coach
Physio & Medical Support YES NO NO
S&C Support YES NO NO
Sport  Psychology Support YES

where identified

NO NO
Nutrition Support YES NO NO
Nutrition Products YES NO NO
Lifestyle Support YES NO NO
Performance Analysis

Support

YES NO NO
ONST YES YES YES
GB Squad Adidas Kit YES YES YES
 

GB CIMAC Adidas Judogi

YES

Compulsory Competition Judogi

YES

Compulsory Competition Judogi

 

NO

Approximate Annual Investment Per Athlete (Competition, Training Camps,  Coaching, SSSM,

Medical, APA)

 

 

£45 – 60k

 

 

£7 – 9k

 

£1000

(Adidas Kit & ONST)

 

WRL 16 Programme – Competition and Training Camp Support Annual Plan – (Example)

Below is an example of an annual competition and training camp programme for athletes who are identified for the WRL 16 Programme. Note, events subject to change depending on planning and programme funding.

Example of Tokyo Programme (Note: not all events will be funded for WRL 16 Programme athletes)

Membership to the WRL 16 Programme is exclusive to athletes who are ranked in the Top 16 of the IJF WRL and who have been offered a place on the WCPP and have chosen to DECLINE a place on the WCPP based at the British Judo Centre of Excellence.

These athletes will have the privilege to be supported by the WCPP by following the Tokyo annual training camp and competition programme in alignment to our Tokyo Strategy and What It Takes to Win (WITTW) model in targeting the Paris Grand Slam, European Championships, World Championships and Tokyo Grand Slam.

WRL 16 Programme Review

Places on the WRL 16 Programme will be reviewed on the annual bases post World Championships (Sep), but at any time during the year, the WCPP has the option to add additional athletes to the WRL 16 Programme or the WCPP, or remove athletes from the programme should they not be fulfilling their commitments.

Senior  European  and World Championships

Athletes on the Tokyo programme of the WCPP and WRL 16 Programme will be prioritised for selection for the Senior European and World Championships.

All remaining athletes will be considered for selection against the published Senior European and Senior World Championships selection criteria.

Adidas Judogi

All athletes on the WR 16 programme will be EXPECTED to compete in Adidas Judogi as conditions of being a member of the WR 16 programme. Adidas Judogi, 2x white and 2x blue, will be provided by the WCPP.

Note : the WRL 16 Programme criteria will be reviewed in MAY 2018

 

The Performance Team.