On Saturday 27th November GB Judo will be opening the doors to the Olympic and Paralympic National Training Centre (NTC), giving you unrivalled access to tour the facilities both within the NTC and the wider University of Wolverhampton Walsall Campus.
The day, which also acts as a coach revalidation event, will enable you to speak to World Class Performance Programme staff members and get on the mat with Elite Performance Programme fighters.
This is your opportunity to ask those burning questions to our Chairman, CEO, Performance Director and judoka.
The day is due to start at midday with a 7pm finish. A running order will follow next week, so stay tuned to the British Judo social media channels for more information.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 27th November!
12noon: Arrival & Registration – refreshments available
12:15pm: Tour 1 of the British Judo National Training Centre, Head Office and UoW Facilities
1:15pm: Q&A 1 Paris & Beyond – Chair, CEO, Performance Director, Head of Performance Operations & Performance Team
3:30pm: Arrival & Registration – refreshments available
3:45pm: Tour 2 of the British Judo National Training Centre, Head Office and UoW Facilities
5pm: Q&A 2 Paris & Beyond – Chair, CEO, Performance Director, Head of Performance Operations & Performance Team
6 – 7pm: Round up and Depart
OPEN RANDORI SESSION
Kate HOWEY MBE | 2x Olympic medallist & World Champion
There will be an Open Randori session from 2:30—4pm that is targeted at fighters preparing for the forthcoming British Junior and Senior Championships. This session will be attended by many of our WCPP and Junior & Senior Squad members. This session will be led by Kate Howey.
It is expected that everyone in attendance completes and reports a negative LFT on the day of the Open Day prior to arrival. We will split the day in two, to reduce the number of people in the National Training Centre at any one time.
When in attendance, it is expected that everyone continues to hand santitise frequently throughout the day and maintains distance where possible. The wearing of masks is optional.