2023 Battle By The Lake Judo Tournament

2023 BATTLE BY THE LAKE JUDO TOURNAMENT

American Judo has teamed up with Lakeland Judo to provide the best tournament experience possible. American Judo Shiai’s are the perfect place for any judoka looking to gain experience in a competitive yet friendly tournament atmosphere. Our developmental tournament series offers as many matches as possible, so you can get the most out of your experience. With a modified rule set in place, everyone is sure to have a positive tournament experience.

TOURNAMENT DETAILS:

USA Judo Sanction: PENDING
Date: 03/11/2023

Venue: Coeur d’Alene High School

Address: 5530 N. 4th Street, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83815

Format: Modified Double Elimination or Round Robin for 4 or Less; All competitors are guaranteed 2 matches or your entry fee back.

Age Standards: Age 4 and Up

Competitors will need to present a vaild USA Judo, USJA, USJF, ATJA or Judo Canada memberships.
Tournament Director: Jennifer Badertscher

Registration & Brackets: Riley McIlwain (American Judo)

Chief Referee: Patrick Lo

All States & Canadians are Welcome!

THERE IS NO WALK-UP REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT!
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS

Here is the link

2022 Grassroots Judo Winter Nationals

An upcoming tournament in Southern California:
Dear Judo Family,

After two years of cancelations due to the Pandemic, the 2022 Grassroots Judo Winter Nationals Tournament is back at Azusa Pacific on December 3 and 4. 
We will be hosting a hybrid Referee and Coaches Clinic on Friday December 2 and will also be hosting a Skills Clinic run by Marti Malloy and David Torres
on December 3, right after the first day of competition.  Both Clinic will be held at the Venue.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Tournament and appreciate all the support from our Judo Family.

For more information please visit:
this link

2022 Rainier Cup Judo Tournament

2022 RAINIER CUP JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

American Judo has teamed up with Ippon Dojo to provide the best tournament experience possible. American Judo Shiai’s are the perfect place for any judoka looking to gain experience in a competitive yet friendly tournament atmosphere. Our developmental tournament series offers as many matches as possible, so you can get the most out of your experience. With a modified rule set in place, everyone is sure to have a positive tournament experience.

TOURNAMENT DETAILS:

USA Judo Sanction: 00212

Date: 10/15/2022

Venue: Pierce College (Fort Steilacoom Campus)

Address: 9401 Farwest Drive SW Lakewood, Washington 98498

Format: Modified Double Elimination or Round Robin for 4 or Less; All competitors are guaranteed 2 matches or your entry fee back.

Age Standards: Age 4 and Up

  • Competitors will need to present a valid USA Judo, USJA, USJF, ATJA or Judo Canada memberships.

Tournament Directors: Jason Harai, John Harai, Byron Redditt

Registration & Brackets: Riley McIlwain (American Judo)

Chief Referee: Brian Toth – IJF A referee

All States Welcome!

Click here to download a printable information packet.

THERE IS NO WALK-UP REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT!

HOTEL INFORMATION:

Best Western Liberty Inn, DuPont

1400 Wilmington Drive, DuPont, Washington 98327

(253) 912-8777

Room rate: $120 (USD) + tax

Reservation deadline: September 30th, 2022.

Link to tournament site page

2022 Inland Empire Judo Classic

The tournament is next Saturday.
Make sure everyone is registered by tomorrow (5/23) as we will be doing weigh-ins at practice.
The registration form is here.
The link for payment is here.
Please make sure to come to practice on 5/23 as you need to weigh-in if you are competing.
I will bring a computer to help people register if they haven’t by practice time.
See everyone tomorrow.

2022 Inland Empire Information Packet

Here is the information for the tournament on May 28.
I think everyone should attend. You should come either to compete or come and watch and help out.
Competition helps you focus your judo by making it easy to identify areas you can work on.
Helping at the tournament not only helps out the club hosting the tournament, but will help teach you lots about judo.
You can download the information packet here.
I can’t stress enough how beneficial tournaments are for everyone.

Bitnami