Nage no Kata Course

Our Nage no Kata course will be run by Alex Reid 6th Dan & Paul Laverty 4th Dan who are BJA Kata examiners and previously World Kata finalists. Using their extensive knowledge of Kata they will take you through the course in a way that will provide you with a deeper understanding of the content for you to either develop further yourself or pass on to your students within the club.

Opportunities to obtain a Kata qualification will be discussed on the course and exams will be held within national gradings.

This course is suitable as a coach revalidation event and also for any judoka wishing to improve their understanding of judo principles.


Jidel Judo 93 Summer Camp

CAMP 1 Monday 4th July – Friday 8th July CAMP 4 Monday 25th July – Friday 29th July
CAMP 2 Monday 11th July – Friday 15th July CAMP 5 Monday 1st Aug – Friday 5th Aug
CAMP3 Monday 18th July – Friday 22nd July  

 


Commonwealth Games Birmingham

Birmingham 2022 will be the fourth time Judo has been in the Commonwealth Games following appearances at Auckland 1990, Manchester 2002 and Glasgow 2014.

Glasgow 2014 marked a historic occasion for Scottish Judoka with 13 medals won (6 Gold, 2 Silver, 5 Bronze) over three days, making judo the most successful Scottish sport at a single Commonwealth Games -in history.

Meet your Birmingham 2022 Judo Team here.

 


Level 2 Coaching in Judo

Our only Level 2 course of 2022 will be in the west on the 6th & 7th of August and 3rd & 4th of September 2022 with assessment completed remotely/video by 4th November 2022. Please ensure when signing up for this course you are able to attend all of the dates shown above.

This year the course will be residential at Inverclyde National Sports Training Centre. You will be provided with lunch and dinner on the Saturday overnight accommodation on a twin sharing basis and on Sunday breakfast and lunch. There will be modules running for a short time on Saturday evenings.

The course cost is £400 which is paid in full when booking the course, additional funding to a maximum of 60% can be gained by applying to Sportscotland through this link http://tempURL. If successful in gaining funding it will refunded to you on the successful completion of the course.
Minimum requirements for entry to the course:
Age : 17 years + (must be 16 years old by the start date of the course)
Grade : 1st Kyu (Brown belt)
All candidates must be familiar with the Gokyo prior to the course starting.

2016 Olympic Champion - Fabio Basile

Rio was the venue for one of the biggest upsets in modern Olympic Judo with relatively unknown judoka Fabio Basile having the day of his dreams.

After winning Gold in the under 66kg category in Rio, Fabio moved up to the 73kg and now chases his dream of being a 2 weight division Olympic Champion.

Fabio has kindly agreed to take time out of his preparations for the upcoming world championships to share his judo with Scottish judoka here in Aberdeen.

The session will have a morning slot for children and an afternoon session for teens and adults. This is not to be missed.

To book your space and to find out more click here.


The Scottish All Stars Championship

Developing star qualities in Scottish Judoka

Welcome to the brand new event for 2022 The Scottish All Stars Championship. An event focused on providing a fun experience that appropriately challenges the young judoka. The aim is to maximise the time on the mat whilst introducing the 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 a positive experience!

Coach Registration

 


MacMillan Coffee Morning

In aid of MacMillan Cancer Support, JudoScotland will host our annual drop in coffee morning. So, whether you want to drop in for 5 minutes or meet with one of the team to discuss something specifically, let’s all get together to support a fantastic cause.

 

 


Hibari Kan Junior Open 2022

 This is a DEVELOPMENT EVENT aimed at competitors with limited competition experience. 

 Age Band ’AA’ – Year Born –2012/2013/2014   

 Entrants must be 8 years old on the day of the competition. 

 Age Band ‘A’ – Year Born – 2010/2011

 Age Band ‘B’ – Year Born – 2008/2009 

 All entrants must produce proof of a current JudoScotland Licence or affiliated membership