JudoSA State Titles 2022

The 2022 State Titles is an important event in the JudoSA Calendar and brings together judoka from all Clubs. The State Titles is open to all divisions from Junior Boys and Girls to Senior Men and Women. Players must be members of JudoSA, JA or IJF; 9 years or older; and a minimum grade of Go Kyu (Yellow Belt). Go Kyu players must have agreement from their coach that they are sufficiently experienced to compete safely.

State Titles 2022 Flyer

Registrations are online only – click here to register

Check out the yellow or orange belt Novice Division for Cadets, and Senior Men and Women.

Kata competition will be held for players interested in presenting Nage-no-kata, Katame-no-kata, Ju-no-kata, Kime-no-kata or Kodokan Goshinjutsu. Achievement of a suitable score will count towards the player’s next grading presentation and is valid for up to 2 years from the event.

The competition event will run from the morning to early afternoon on 9 April 2022. Admission for individual adult spectators or families is $5. Correct money is appreciated and electronic bank transfer will be available.

Weigh-in for all Players for the State Titles is on Friday 8 April at The Lights (the venue) from 6 to 7pm, at Kazoku Judokan (Reynella East College) from 6.30 to 7.30pm and at Port Augusta Judo Club from 4 to 5pm.

Changes to weight divisions will be allowed at time of weigh-in. If you are unable to weigh-in at this time please contact the Event Coordinator at events@judosa.com.au prior to the day of the event.

Combining divisions: If there is only one entry in a weight or age division, JudoSA may combine divisions to ensure players have a match, taking into account the players’ weight, age and skill level to maximise a safe environment.

Note – The published fight sequence is an estimate, players should use this as a guide only and arrive well in advance of their forecast fight time. The draw is not final and subject to change without notice.

Gi and Safety Requirements

All players competing in the event must have a clean white and blue judogi that meets the size regulations, and females to wear a plain white T-shirt under the gi. The nails of the feet and hands must be cut short. Judogi and nails may be checked at weigh-in.

Mouth Guards: As per the Judo Australia Sporting Code, mouth guards are permitted provided they are properly fitted by a dentist. Unfitted mouth guards shall not be permitted. The player must provide documentation prior to the competition to the Event Coordinator at events@judosa.com.au and the player must also notify the mat Referee that they have a mouth guard each time they enter the mat to compete.

COVID Requirements

Judo SA seeks to provide the safest possible environment for our members and volunteers both on and off the mat. For this reason, all competitors, coaches, officials, volunteers, and spectators are required to have an up-to-date vaccination status as defined by the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) at events. This information was released by JudoSA on 11 February 2022.

Confirming proof of up-to-date vaccination is now a condition of participation and entry to a venue where a Judo SA event is held for people 12 years and above. NOTE: Players will be required to show up-to-date vaccination status at weigh-in and other groups to the volunteers at the event’s registration desk.

Please do not attend the event if you are unwell due to any illness that can be transmitted to others in the vicinity. This also applies if you have tested positive to COVID or if you are a close contact to someone who has tested positive.

For the wellbeing of everyone, please comply with the COVID requirements for indoor sports as determined by SA Health and contained in Judo SA’s COVID-Safe Plan. Masks may be removed while on the competition or warm-up mats. Please sanitise your hands and practice safe distancing as required.

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