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The Scottish All Stars Championship

February 3

The Scottish All Stars Championship focuses on providing a fun experience that appropriately challenges young judoka at this stage in their development. The aim is to maximise the time on the mat whilst introducing more competitive elements of judo. There are many elements to competitive judo that are beneficial to individuals’ development, from the application of contest rules and the consequence of breaking them to the feeling and coping with ‘pressure’. Most importantly The Scottish All Stars Championship aims to provide positive experiences!

We understand that taking the next step outside the club environment can sometimes be daunting for both parent and child and we hope that the information provided in the event outline will help to eliminate some of these pressures.

🥋 Before the Event

  • Double check your JudoScotland licence is in date, if it has expired, you can renew it here.
  • Make sure you have packed your bag with your judo kit, belt, white t-shirt for wearing under the kit, water bottle and judo licence.
  • Download the telegram app and join the JudoScotland Notice Board, to be kept up to date with information on the day.

In the meantime, if you have any queries, please email events@judoscotland.com or call the JudoScotland office on 0131 333 2981.

🥋 What time should I Arrive?

Make sure to arrive for your allocated registration & weigh-in time:

  • AA Band 2016 /2015 /2014 – 9.15-9.30am
  • A Band 2013 /2012 – 1.00-1.30pm
  • B Band 2011/2010 1.00-1.30pm


🥋 How long can I expect to be here?

We have split the day into two sessions (start time as per weigh in times above), to limit waiting time. The two sessions are as follows:

  • Morning AA Band 2016/2015/2014
  • Afternoon A Band 2013 /2012
  • Afternoon B Band 2011/2010
  • Every effort will be made to adhere to the competition format and timing, but changes may be necessary.


🥋 What do I need to do on the day?

  • There is ample free parking at Ravenscraig, however it tends to get busy on the weekend, due to the venue being used for football. Please ensure you leave yourself plenty of time to get to the venue for your weigh in time.
  • The changing rooms are located on the ground floor, please make sure you are changed into your Judogi trousers and a white round next t-shirt ready for registration and weigh in.
  • Follow the JudoScotland signage to registration and weigh in, this is being held in the corridor outside of the main sports hall.
  • At registration your JudoScotland judo licence will be checked, and you will be given your weigh in card.
  • You can also collect your event stamp at registration.
  • Head over to the weigh in area to be weighed. There will be 4 sets of scales in use, you may weigh at any set of scales.
  • With registration and weigh in completed head to the main hall, where the event will take place. Find a seat in the main hall and get ready for the competition ahead!



🥋 Other Information 

  • There is no spectator fee for this event.
  • If you have pre-ordered an event T-shirt, please collect from the JudoScotland desk.
  • JudoScotland have a small amount of merchandise on sale, including our exclusive event plush toy limited number available, if you would like to commemorate the day.
  • Cafe: There is a small cafe at the venue, however, it can get very busy so we would advise you to bring a snack or packed lunch with you.


🥋 Medal Presentation

  • Medals will be presented after each category has finished.
  • There will be no “official” podium photography at this event, parents/carers will have photographic access to the podium area, however we ask that you are respectful of other parents/carers.
  • This approach is in line with the JudoScotland Player Development Framework.


In the meantime, if you have any queries, please email joimrie@judoscotland.com or call the JudoScotland office on 0131 333 2981

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This event is aimed at Judoka that have experience at events in the sampling stage and are looking to progress. This event is perhaps the next step from a club ‘rumble’ or an inter club event, with a slight increase in the challenge offered but still with plenty of support If you are unsure, it is suitable for you, please speak to your coach.


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Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facilities
Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facilities,
1 O’Donnell Way,, Motherwell, ML1 2TZ United Kingdom
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