Two policies which have been approved by the Technical Committee:
Further to the introduction of the new Sacntion B level of tournaments organized in Canada, please fill up the attached form and return it to Judo Canada by August 31, 2018 for all events organized in your Province/Territory that fall within the specified below description:
- B) Sanction level B
Tournaments that are organized (or supported) by a provincial judo organization and open to other provincial organizations or national organizations. The respective provincial judo organizations are in charge of ensuring that the event complies with the standards of this Policy. Judo Canada will not be involved in the organization or operation of “B” sanctioned competition. A formal request will need to be submitted to Judo Canada by August 31st of every year by the PTSO. changes introduced to the 2018 Tournament Standard and Sanctioning Policy and int
Andrzej Sadej, Judo Canada
The Judo Canada Tournament Sanctions and Standards Policy has been updated and posted on: http://www.judocanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/SANCTIONING-POLICY-_July162018_Final_EN.pdf
Please pay attention to the following updates to the policy:
- Tournament sanctioning protocol has changed – there are three level of sanctions and all Sanction B events in Canada must be approved by Judo Canada and the calendar of these events must be communicated to Judo Canada by August 31st for all this level events planned for the season 2018/2019.
- Rules regulating withdrawal of athlete from the competition due to concussion has been updated into consistency with Canadian standards.
- U8 is now presented as a Judo Festival regulations – not as a competition regulations
- Minor updates to the competition regulations for U10; U12 and U14
- Medical Withdrawal form has been added to the policy
- Release, indemnity, warranty and assumption of risk waiver has been added to the policy
- Judo Canada’s Ne Waza competition regulations have been added to the policy.