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2020-02

 

 

History of Judo in FISU

 

 

Judo has always been intimately linked to the university world. The sport in fact developed within the universities of Japan before being sown throughout the world, thanks to the pioneering professors who emigrated to every continent and particularly to Europe. So it is not surprising that judo saw its first European Championship in Beauvallo, France, only to turn after two further editions into a World University Championship as of 1966 in Prague. In 1984 university judo was opened to women. From there on, judo rapidly took off, constantly increasing in size and importance.

 

Today, judo is the youngest compulsory sport in the World University Games Summer programme. It was presented as an optional sport at the 1967 Summer Universiade in Tokyo, 1985 in Kobe and 1995 in Fukuoka and turned into a compulsory sport as from the Bangkok Universiade in 2007. 

 

 

Thanks to a close cooperation with the International Judo Federation, excellent results as well as a high number of participating countries/regions, judo continues to take an important role within the FISU sports programme.

 

 

FISU Regulations

 

 

The judo competitions will be organised in accordance with the most recent technical regulations of the "International Judo Federation" (IJF). The programme and duration of the competitions are fixed by the Executive Committee in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI. In principle, the judo competitions will last five (5) days and will include the following events:
 

 

Individual: each contest will be
five (5) minutes

Team: each contest will be
four (4) minutes

Men

up to 60kg

up to 66kg

 

+ 60kg to 66 kg

+ 66kg to 73kg

 

+ 66kg to 73kg

+ 73kg to 81kg

 

+ 73kg to 81kg

+ 81kg to 90kg

 

+ 81kg to 90kg

 + 90kg

 

+ 90kg to 100kg

  

 

+ 100kg

 

 

Open

 

Women

up to 48kg

up to 52kg

 

+ 48kg to 52kg

+ 52kg to 57kg

 

+ 52kg to 57kg

+ 57kg to 63kg

 

+ 57kg to 63kg

+63kg to 70kg

 

+ 63kg to 70kg

+ 70kg

 

+70kg to 78kg

 

 

+ 78kg

 

 

Open

 

 

Each country/region is authorised to enter a maximum of sixteen (16) judoka: 

 

-individual competition men: a maximum of one (1) judoka per weight category and in open category,

-individual competition women: a maximum of one (1) judoka per weight category and in open category,

-team competitions for men: a team is composed of a maximum of five (5) judokas and a minimum of three (3) judokas,

-team competitions for women: a team is composed of a maximum of five (5) judokas and a minimum of three (3) judokas.

 

Teams must be composed of competitors who are also accredited in the individual categories. On the day of the team competition, the competitors may compete in the weight category in which they are entered or in the category immediately above.


The international referees will be appointed by the IJF in close cooperation with FISU and the Organising Committee. The countries/regions participating in the judo competition must participate in covering the costs of the international referees and judges from IJF.

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