2º ESO. Judo 2: Rules

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Judo rules:

When you think of Judo you first imagine spectacular throwing techniques. But it is a very safe sport, as it has strict rules that govern competition and ensure safety.

It is learned on special mats for comfort and safety. The official contest area is a 14.55m x 14.55m square, with a 9.1m x 9.1m square area in its center. It is called “tatami”. You can see it in the picture at the right.

You can not wear anything that can cause damage to your oponent or to yourself, such as bracelets, rings or earings.

There are separate weight divisions for men and women, so you fight against opponents of your sex and approximate weight.

 

                                         Image: Jaime Pérez at flickr.com 

Women´s weight categories: under 48kg / - 52 / - 57 / - 63 / 70 / - 78 / + 78kg.

Men´s weight categories: under 60kg / - 66 / - 73 / - 81 / - 90 / -100 / + 100kg.

 

Judo belts:

Judo created the system of ranks, now used in most other martial arts. Ranks recognize a person's degree of knowledge, ability, and leadership.

Judo ranks are identified by coloured belts, and ten degrees of advanced grades for black belts. Belt colors are: 

White Ceinture blanche.png
Yellow Ceinture jaune.png
Orange Ceinture orange.png
Green Ceinture verte.png
Blue Ceinture bleue.png
Brown Ceinture marron.png
Black Ceinture noire.png

White and Red

 (6th to 8th dan)

Ceinture blanc rouge.png
Red (9th to 10th dan) Judo red belt.PNG

Belt images: Wikimedia Commons

 

 

 

 

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