Junior Competition Clinic with Shintaro Nakano December 15-16

Shintaro Nakano will be having a Competition Clinic coming up soon at his dojo in Santa Clara. For kids between the ages of 10 and 20 with a minimum belt rank of orange.

Click here for more information on the training camp.

Click here to download the application form —–> 2018 Nakano Judo Winter Camp

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Nakano Judo Academy Summer Competition Judo Training Camp & Clinic

USJF Sanction # 17-06-06

Purpose: 1. Sharpen Judo skills before the major summer tournaments 2. lmprove Judo skills with Japanese style Randori 3. Build core strength with pinpoint drills and conditioning training

Date: June 10th – 11th 2017

Location: 855 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95126

Eligibility: Ages 10 yrs. old and above. Belt requirement: orange belt and higher. Open to current USJF, USJA & USA Judo Members. Must present card at registration.

Enrollment limit: 35 persons per day

Clinician: Shintaro Nakano, 5th Dan Black Belt and eight-time team member of the Japan National Team, will be the main instructor for the camp & clinics. He was Judo Coach at San Jose State University for 7 years, the premier North American college for Judo. Additionally, he has coached Marti Malloy, supporting her bronze medal win at the 2012 London Olympics, as well as Colton Brown another Olympian who competed in the 2016 games in Rio.

Schedule: 2 Clinic Workout Sessions (2 days/2 sessions per day). Morning sessions start at 10AM each morning. Door opens at 9AM each day for registration.

-Saturday, June 10th 10AM-12PM Drills & Randori. 2PM-4PM Clinic (Review: Tachiwaza Kumi-kata [Grippingl, Tachi-waza Tomoe-nage. Competition drills)

-Sunday, June 11th 10AM-12PM Drills & Randori. 2PM-4PM Clinic (Review: Newaza Shime-waza [chokesl. Kansetsu-waza (arm bar). Conditioning Training,

Clinic Fee: $120/2 days (Allcamp)

$60/1 day: Saturday or Sunday (for 2 sessions) $40/One session

For further information about the academy, the instructors and location: http://www.nakanojudo.net/

Clinics this weekend in conjunction with San Jose Buddhist tournament

As you know, San Jose’s Sensei Memorial Tournament is coming up this weekend and we have a couple of important clinics in conjunction with the main event:

San Jose State University Event Center

7th Street and San Carlos

Sanctioned By: USA Judo #2017-08-02

http://www.sjbjudo.org/2017-sensei-memorial-tournament

Judo clinic/workout on Saturday morning:

JUDO CLINIC/WORKOUT

Yosh Uchida Hall on SJSU Campus, corner of 4th Street & San Carlos Street.

Judo Clinic/Workout for all from 10:00 A.M. – 1:30 P.M., Saturday, February 18, 2017$30 payable to SJBJC.

Check website for entry form and updated information atwww.sjbjudo.org. 

Referee Clinic with tests for both National and Regional/Local referees: 

NATIONAL AND REGIONAL REFEREE CERTIFICATION, Latest Rules Discussion

All clinics and written test will be at the SJSU Event Center, aerobics room, on Saturday, February 18, 2017.  Contact Vaughn Imada at vpimada@aol.com if you have questions regarding National and/or Regional Referee testing. 

Referee Clinic 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. ($20 payable to USA Judo)

National and Regional Referee Candidate written test 4:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. or soon after referee clinic.  New IJF contest rules as adopted by USA Judo discussed.  Referees attending clinic must be dressed in Referee attire.  National candidates must be fully dressed in referee suit and tie even at the clinic.

Candidates for Regional or Local Referee certification will be required to attend the referee clinic, pass the Regional/Local Referee test and receive a satisfactory evaluation in the practical portion during the event.  Regional/Local candidates may wear white polo shirt in lieu of white shirt, tie and coat.  $15 fee payable to “Cenco” to take the Regional or Local test and process certification.

NOTE:  The Regional/Local test will use legacy rules since that’s how the tournament will be fought.

Candidates for National Referee Certification must meet the following criteria and conditions.  A National Referee must:

  1. be at least 18 years of age.
  2. be a citizen of the USA.
  3. be a Regional Referee for at least one year.
  4. be a member of USA JUDO (USJI)
  5. have a recognized judo rank of Shodan (1st dan) or higher.

Candidates (National, Regional and Local) must attend the Clinic, pass the written test, referee the entire event and receive a satisfactory evaluation.  National Referee candidates should bring proof of age, citizenship, rank, regional certification and USA Judo membership to the Clinic.  For National Referee candidates there is a $20 fee to take the National test and a $10 one-time registration fee for successful National Referee candidates.  Checks should be made payable to USA Judo.

Reminder for National Referee candidates:

Here’s a list of what you need to have ready for that day (copies only — don’t want originals):

=> Digital 2X2 high rez passport photo (2 megapixel or better which you will email this to the people listed below).  You can email this to the Sensei listed below.

Copy of proof of age and US citizenship/permanent residence

=> Passport  OR birth certificate… not a driver’s license

=> Rank Proof copy (both Rank certificate or Rank validated USJI card)

=> Dated Regional Referee Certificate copy

=> Proof of USA Judo membership (current USJI card or Life Membership)

=> Background investigation results on file or download and submit background form to get it started.

You can ask the USJF office to share the one they did for any dan promotion for you to USA Judo.

The referee commision doesn’t want the results, they want it on file with USA Judo.

You should notify the following people of your intention to test:

Sensei Ralph Palmer:   RefComAsst2@surewest.net

Sensei Harold Yamada:  yamadadojo@hotmail.com

When you come to the clinic you must come fully dressed as if you were going to referee:

Black jacket, white shirt, black tie, dark grey pants, completely black socks.