May
11
6:00 AM06:00

PNW High School & Middle School Championships

This a 12 to 19 years of ago judo tournament at the Kentwood Senior High School 25800 164th Ave SE, Covington, WA 98042

ELIGABILITY:

HIGH SCHOOL SHIAI: ALL competiors must be: at least 15 years of age and no more than 19 years of ago, in at least 9th grade enrolled full time, and in good standing in a High School in WA, OR, ID, or BC. Participating judoka may be of ANY rank. (Upon request of coach and parent/guardian, Tournament Director may waive age requirement.)

MIDDLE SCHOOL SHIAI: ALL competitors must be at least 12 year of age and no more than 15 years of age, in at least 7th grade and enrolled full-time, and in good standing in a Middle School or Junior High School in WA, OR, ID, or BC. Participation judoka may be of ANY rank.

TYPE OF SHIAI: This is a MODIFIED DOUBLE ELIMINATION event. Divisions with 3 or less judoka will be ROUND ROBIN. Current IJF rules will be used with the following modificiations:

  • 12 years & under: NO SHIME WAZA (Strangles)

  • SHIME WAZA will be allowed for all high school divisions

  • NO KANSETSU WAZA (Joint Locks) in Novice and Middle School divisions

  • Blue Judo gi or IJF approved gi will not be required for participation

  • If a judoka is in an UNCONTESTED bracket, he or she may compete in the next heavier division; otherwise, a competitor may only fight in their qualified division (See exception below)

    *Students in the 9th grade may elect to compete in the High School Event and/or the Middle School Event. Students wishing to do so must submit two entry forms and fees (no second waiver is required). Middle School (9th grade) entrants will be fighting under High School rules if they choose to compete in those divisions.

    SCHEDULE: REGISTRATION & WEIGH IN FOR ALL COMPETITORS (7:00 AM - 9:00AM) SHIAI (10:00 AM)

CONTACT: Doug Graham at (253) 852-0858 or rockyridgefarm@earthlink.net

SHIAI ENTRY FEE: $35.oo (US FUNDS) ALL entries must be received no later than TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019. ALL ENTRIES PAST THAT DATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR & A LATE PRECESSING FEE will be assessed.

Make checks payable to HS JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS. Absolutely, NO REFUNDS.

Mail entries to PNHS Judo/Doug Graham, 14121 SE 228th St, Kent, WA 98402

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

TOURNAMENT WAIVERS HERE *Print out waivers, sign, and bring to weigh ins.


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May
4
6:00 AM06:00

Seattle Dojo Annual Tournament

This is an all ages judo tournament at the Boys & Girls Club of Bellevue - Hidden Valley Sport Park 1903 - 112th AVE NE, Bellevue, WA 98004.

TYPE OF SHIAI: This is a MODIFIED DOUBLE ELIMINATION event. Divisions with 5 or less judoka will be ROUND ROBIN. Current IJF rules will be used with the following modificiations:

  • 12 years & under: NO SHIME WAZA (Strangles)

  • 15 years & under: NO KANSETSU WAZA (Joint Locks)

  • Any participant moving up a division will be subject to the rules of that division.

  • KANSETSU WAZA will only be allowed in the BROWN and BLACK belt divisions.

SCHEDULE: KATA (8:15 AM) REFEREE MEETING (8:30 AM) SHIAI (9:30 AM)

HEAD REFEREE: Brian Toth

ENTRY FEE: ALL entries must be recieved no later than APRIL 30, 2019. NO LATE ENTRIES. NONE WHATSOEVER.

SHIAI - $35.oo (US FUNDS) for the first division and $20.oo (US FUNDS) for each additional division.

KATA - $60.oo (US FUNDS) per kata team, JRS & SRS. Judoka pairs cannot switch partners in the same kata , i.e., no competing against your own team.

Make checks payable to Seattle Dojo. Absolutely, NO REFUNDS.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

TOURNAMENT WAIVERS HERE *Print out waivers, sign, and bring to weigh ins.

JUNIORS MAY ENTER SENIOR DIVISIONS.

*All JUNIORS divisions will be required to have a WHITE gi, BLUE gi is OPTIONAL.

*All SENIOR divisions will be required to have BOTH BLUE & WHITE gis.

-Please make sure gis are up to par with the current IJF gi requirements.

Whey Ins: All contestants MUST show proof of valid membership with USJF, USJI, USJA, or foreign governing body.

Friday, May 4th: ALL AGES (7:30 AM - 9:00 AM)

Saturday, May 5th: JUNIORS (7:00am - 8:30am) SENIORS (8:30am - 10:00am)

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Apr
28
7:00 AM07:00

Future Stars Judo Championships 16

This tournament is for WHITE BELTS between the ages of 5 and 16 years old only!!

The competition will be held at the Lakewood Family YMCA, 9715 Lakewood Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98499 on Sunday, April 28.

EnTry Fee: $30.00 USD, $35.00 CAD (Make checks payable to Ippon Dojo)

RegistraTioN DEAdLine: Please bring all FULLY completed entry forms and waivers to the dojo by Thursday, April 25th, 2019. All payments will be made on tournament day. Click HERE for tournament entry packet.

WEigh Ins: 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM

OpEniNg CeremoNiEs: 8:45 AM

TouRnaMent DiRecTorS: Bryon Reddit, John Harai, & Jason Harai

A blue gi is NOT necessary to participate.

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Apr
20
6:00 AM06:00

Budokan Judo Tournament

WHAT/WHERE/WHEN/WHO: This tournament is on SATURDAY, April 20, 2019 at Kentridge High School 12430 SE 208th St. Kent, Washington 98031. 

The check times are as follows:

(Kata) 7:30-8:00 am (Juniors) 7:30-9:00 am (Seniors) 8:00-11:30 AM

Tournament directors are Calvin Terada and Steve Shigaya.

Kata Director is Karen Nagai.

If you are participating in Shiai, please register online HERE by 10:00 pm on Wednesday, April 17. Kata participants please email your entries to budokanseattle@gmail.com by 10:00 pm on Wednesday, April 17 to avoid a $90 late fee.

Entry Fee:

Junior and Senior divisions are US$40.00 for the first division and US$20.00 for each additional division.

Kata divisions US$40.00 per participant for first kata and US$20.00 per participant for each additional kata.

Satellite Weigh In:

Between April 18-19, go to a designated satellite weigh in location to weigh in. You must have already registered online prior to weighing in. Present your signed waiver and a copy of a valid USJF, USA Judo, USJA or foreign federation card. See the list of Satellite weigh in locations at www.budokanseattle.com

RULES:  2018 IJF rules with nine modifications.  Please see the second page of the REGISTRATION PACKET for more details on the rules and for qualifications to compete.

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Apr
13
6:00 AM06:00

WA State Judo Championships

WHAT/WHERE/WHEN/WHO: This tournament is on SATURDAY, April 13, 2019 at Coeur d’Alene High School 5530 N 4th St Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815. 

The weigh in is Friday, April 12 6-9 P.M. at The Coeur d’Alene Resort Saturday and April 13 7-8:30 A.M. at Coeur d’Alene High School.   

Tournament director is Jennifer Badertscher. Head Referee, Patrick Lo. 

Please register online HERE by 11:59 pm on Wednesday April 10th.

TOURNAMENT TYPE:  Modified Double Elimination for five or more contestant pools, round robin for four or less.  

RULES:  2018 IJF rules with eight modifications.  Please see the second page of the REGISTRATION PACKET for more details on the rules and for qualifications to compete.

TOURNAMENT DETAILS:

  • Entry Fee: $40 US or Canadian

  • Contact: lakelandjudoclub@gmail.com.

  • Checks may be made out to WSJI

  • $5.00 charge for changes to existing entries after WEDNESDAY, April 10th, 2019.

  • NO LATE ENTRY ALLOWED

  • Online Entry Form can be found HERE.

DETAILS:

  • Weigh in is on Friday, April 12 6-9 P.M. at The Coeur d’Alene Resort Saturday, and April 13 7-8:30 A.M. at Coeur d’Alene High School

  • Current registration card is required: USJI, USJF, ATJA and USJA will be checked at weigh in and at registration.  Those without a current card must purchase and register at the tournament. All fees and cards will be checked/collected at registration.

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Mar
23
6:00 AM06:00

Obukan Judo Torurnament

An all ages judo tournament at PCC Cascade Campus Gym (Portland, OR) hosted by Obukan Judo Club (Portland, OR).

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Intermediate Junior Class, Advanced Junior Class or Adult Judo Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering.  If you are a minor and under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign a release for your participation.

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

A current USA Judo/USJF/USJA membership is required for participation

AGES 5-12 (Bantam 1-Intermediate 2 Divisions): BLUE gi is NOT required

AGES 13 & Above (Juvenile A-Veterans Divisions): BLUE gi IS REQUIRED for competition

·*If a contestant moves up to a division by their own choice, they will be subject to the rules for that division. ·

*If a contestant moves up to a division, at the request of the Tournament Committee and with their concurrence, they will be identified and subject only to the rules pertaining to their original age/rank division.

BLUE and one WHITE. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

REGISTRATION & WEIGH IN PROCESS:

  1. Make sure you have a valid USA Judo/USJF/USJA or NGB card prior to registering

  2. Register in Eventbrite. Click the link to enter the tournament and pay online by Thursday, March 21, 2019.

    *Oak Tree Judoka aNd Parents: Speak with Sensei Fred or Sensei Lopaka before registering for two divisions to assess the readiness of the participating athlete.

  1. Between March 19 (Tues)-21(Thurs), go to a designated satellite weigh in location and weigh in. Note, you must have already registered in Eventbrite and paid your entry fee prior to weighing in. Present your Eventbrite confirmation, signed waiver and copy of National registration card. See the list of Satellite weigh in locations at obukanjudo.org.

    *Oak Tree JudoKa: Your weigh ins will be at the dojo on Thursday, March 21nd from 4:00PM-8:00PM.

  2. Report to the tournament site on Saturday, March 23rd. Opening ceremonies start at 9:00AM.

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Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Oak Tree Booster Club Pop Corn Fundraiser

This event is available to all Oak Tree judoka who are willing to WORK!

Judo tournaments are NOT cheap! Tournament bills normally consist of the: entry fees, gas to and from event, food over the course of the trip, at times hotel fees and airfare, and new gis if necessary. The Oak Tree Booster Club hosts this event to help make competitive judo possible for ALL Oak Tree judoka.

For more information please contact Ms. Jeanie and Ms. Karen at the dojo.

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Feb
9
9:00 AM09:00

Oak Tree Booster Club Pop Corn Fundraiser

This event is available to all Oak Tree judoka who are willing to WORK!

Judo tournaments are NOT cheap! Tournament bills normally consist of the: entry fees, gas to and from event, food over the course of the trip, at times hotel fees and airfare, and new gis if necessary. The Oak Tree Booster Club hosts this event to help make competitive judo possible for ALL Oak Tree judoka.

For more information please contact Ms. Jeanie and Ms. Karen at the dojo

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Jan
12
3:00 PM15:00

Seiei Dojo Boot Camp

This is a multi dojo youth workout focused on providing our judoka with extra mat time to refine their techniques and boost their cardio before the upcoming 2018-19 judo season. Oak Tree Judo participants must be in the Intermediate and/or Advanced Junior classes to participate. Please consult with your instructors in regards to your readiness for this event. 

Entry fee is $5 with free admission for senseis. 

Please visit HERE to register for this event online.

Note* Walk in registration has been allowed in the past with a copy USJF/USJA/USA Judo memberships cards on hand, signed waivers, and at host dojo's discretion. I suggest not waiting until then.

*This will serve as a great training opportunity to kick off the new year to prepare for the upcoming 2019 tournaments!

For more information, please contact June Encarnacion

Email: Info@seieidojo.com Phone: (425) 558- 0220

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Jan
12
9:00 AM09:00

Oak Tree Booster Club Pop Corn Fundraiser

This event is available to all Oak Tree judoka who are willing to WORK!

Judo tournaments are NOT cheap! Tournament bills normally consist of the: entry fees, gas to and from event, food over the course of the trip, at times hotel fees and airfare, and new gis if necessary. The Oak Tree Booster Club hosts this event to help make competitive judo possible for ALL Oak Tree judoka.

For more information please contact Ms. Jeanie and Ms. Karen at the dojo.

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Dec
16
5:00 PM17:00

Oak Tree Christmas Party 2018

With 2018 coming to a close, we would like to welcome all Oak Tree Dojo members and families to our annual Christmas Party!!! Traditionally, our fiestas have always been thrown at the dojo itself, but due to our EXPONENTIAL growth in membership this year, we have clearly surpassed our little building’s capacity. This year’s gathering will be held at the Veteran’s Building VFW Legion in Yelm, Washington.

The dojo will be cooking a turkey and ham for the event. If you are planning to attend, please bring your favorite dish to SHARE. There is a food sign up sheet located on the back wall of the dojo near the church pews. If you have not signed up for a slot please do so as soon as possible. If the list fills up, please bring something anyway. It is highly recommended that you NOT show up empty handed. We look forward to all who will be in attendance and can’t wait to celebrate Christmas with our judo family.

For more information, please follow our “Oaktree Dojo Booster Club” on Facebook, or contact Karen or Jeanie directly.

Thank you Jeanie, Karen, and the Oak Tree Booster Club for coordinating the event this year! We appreciate all of your hard work!

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Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00

Seiei Boot Camp

This is a multi dojo youth workout focused on providing our judoka with extra mat time to refine their techniques and boost their cardio before the upcoming 2018-19 judo season. Oak Tree Judo participants must be in the Intermediate and/or Advanced Junior classes to participate. Please consult with your instructors in regards to your readiness for this event. 

Entry fee is $5 with free admission for senseis. 

Please click HERE to register for this event online.

Note* Walk in registration has been allowed in the past with a copy USJF/USJA/USA Judo memberships cards on hand, signed waivers, and at host dojo's discretion. I suggest not waiting until then.

*This is the FINAL training camp for the year, and it is a great opportunity for your athlete to practice all of the new techniques he or she has been learning! There will be ample randori “sparring” time, giving your child a good amount of live action experience before 2018 comes to a close.

For more information, please contact June Encarnacion

Email: Info@seieidojo.com Phone: (425) 558- 0220

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Nov
11
8:00 AM08:00

Continental Judo Crown at Highland Community College (Des Moines, WA)

An all ages judo tournament hosted by Washington State Judo, Inc. and Northwest Judo Yudanshakai at Highland Community College (Des Moines, WA).

NOTE: There will be no refreshments available at this event so please plan accordingly

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Intermediate Junior Class, Advanced Junior Class or Adult Judo Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering.  If you are a minor and under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign a release for your participation.

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

There are several major, national organizations that organize tournaments in the United States.  The two we work with the most are USA JUDO and UNITED STATES JUDO FEDERATION otherwise known as USJF.  To compete widely, you must be a member of both.  You will start registering for USA JUDO and then apply for the "Joint Membership Option" on the USJF site. We understand this is confusing.  Please consult with your sensei to assess what memberships you will need for your level of competition.  

For financial planning, it is good to know that memberships are roughly $140 a year per participant. 

All potential participants must have two full competition gis, one BLUE and one WHITE. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

 

REGISTRATION: 

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL 12:00 PM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th!!!

Walk in registrations will be available on Saturday, November 6th at weigh in site from 5:00PM- 8:00PM that day. Walk in registration fees are $150.

 Click HERE for tournament information!

Click HERE to register!

Click HERE to pay for tournament entry fees online!

*Oak Tree Judo athletes must submit their signed entry form and waivers to Sensei LUKELA by FRIDAY, November 9th.

 

ENTRY FEE: 

Junior Divisions: $50

Senior Divisions: $75

Walk in Registration: $150

(Blue and White gis will be required for both junior and senior divisions)

Tournament questions: Email: budokanseattle@gmail.com

All payments are to be submitted with online registration.

WEIGH-IN: Saturday, November 10th, 2018

5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel Seattle Airport.

18740 International Boulevard. Seattle, Washington 98188

ALL Competitors (Juniors, Intermediates, and Seniors) must register on Saturday. All competitors will be required to weigh-in on Saturday. USJA, USJI, USJF, ATJA, AJJF, or foreign athlete’s membership cards will be checked at weigh-in site. No registration will be accepted after 8:00 p.m. Saturday, November 10, 2018.

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Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

Seiei Boot Camp

This is a multi dojo youth workout focused on providing our judoka with extra mat time to refine their techniques and boost their cardio before the upcoming 2018-19 judo season. Oak Tree Judo participants must be in the Intermediate and/or Advanced Junior classes to participate. Please consult with your instructors in regards to your readiness for this event. 

Entry fee is $5 with free admission for senseis. 

Please click HERE to register for this event online.

Note* Walk in registration has been allowed in the past with a copy USJF/USJA/USA Judo memberships cards on hand, signed waivers, and at host dojo's discretion. I suggest not waiting until then.

Normally this event is on every 2nd Saturday of the month, but has been moved to this specified date at this time.

For more information, please contact June Encarnacion

Email: Info@seieidojo.com Phone: (425) 558- 0220

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Oct
20
7:00 AM07:00

Rainier Cup Championships at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom (Lakewood, WA)

An all age judo tournament hosted by Tacoma South Sound Sports and Ippon Judo Dojo, Inc. (Lakewood, WA)

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Intermediate Junior Class, Advanced Junior Class or Adult Judo Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering.  If you are a minor and under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign a release for your participation.

*This is the biggest local tournament of the year and ALL Oak Tree athletes who are eligible for competition should be fighting.

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

There are several major, national organizations that organize tournaments in the United States.  The two we work with the most are USA JUDO and UNITED STATES JUDO FEDERATION otherwise known as USJF.  To compete widely, you must be a member of both.  You will start registering for USA JUDO and then apply for the "Joint Membership Option" on the USJF site. We understand this is confusing.  Please consult with your sensei to assess what memberships you will need for your level of competition.  

For financial planning, it is good to know that memberships are roughly $140 a year per participant. 

All potential participants must have two full competition gis, one BLUE and one WHITE. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

REGISTRATION:

All entry forms and waivers must be submitted to Sensei Lukela no later then Wednesday, October 17th!!! Please fill out entry forms COMPLETELY. Entry forms with missing information will be returned to the respective athlete or parent.

Weigh In:

All athletes will weigh in on Saturday, October 20th from 7AM to 8:30AM at the tournament venue. Registration will close at 8:30AM!

Entry Fee:

$40.00 USD (First Division), $25.00 USD (Second Division)

$50.00 CAD (First Division), $35.00 CAD (Second Division)

Make checks payable to Ippon Judo Dojo

*ALL Oak Tree athletes AND parents must consult Sensei Fred or Sensei Lopaka for permission to compete in two divisions!!! This is for the safety of our judoka. Failure to do so may result in the removal of the athlete from the additional division at tournament day.

Blue judogis are NOT REQUIRED for Junior athletes, but they must have a white judogi.

Blue judogis are REQUIRED for ALL Senior athletes including Senior Novice athletes.

Click HERE for tournament information and rules.

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Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

Seiei Boot Camp

This is a multi dojo youth workout focused on providing our judoka with extra mat time to refine their techniques and boost their cardio before the upcoming 2018-19 judo season. Oak Tree Judo participants must be in the Intermediate and/or Advanced Junior classes to participate. Please consult with your instructors in regards to your readiness for this event. 

Entry fee is $5 with free admission for senseis. 

Please click HERE to register for this event online.

Note* Walk in registration has been allowed in the past with a copy USJF/USJA/USA Judo memberships cards on hand, signed waivers, and at host dojo's discretion. I suggest not waiting until then.

Normally this event is on every 2nd Saturday of the month, but has been moved to this specified date at this time.

For more information, please contact June Encarnacion

Email: Info@seieidojo.com Phone: (425) 558- 0220

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Sep
29
8:30 AM08:30

Budokan Judo Tournament at Kentridge Highschool (Kent, WA)

An all ages judo tournament at Kentridge Highschool (Kent, WA) hosted by Budokan Judo Club (Seattle, WA).

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Intermediate Junior Class, Advanced Junior Class or Adult Judo Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering.  If you are a minor and under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign a release for your participation.

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

There are several major, national organizations that organize tournaments in the United States.  The two we work with the most are USA JUDO and UNITED STATES JUDO FEDERATION otherwise known as USJF.  To compete widely, you must be a member of both.  You will start registering for USA JUDO and then apply for the "Joint Membership Option" on the USJF site. We understand this is confusing.  Please consult with your sensei to assess what memberships you will need for your level of competition.  

For financial planning, it is good to know that memberships are roughly $140 a year per participant. 

All potential participants must have two full competition gis, one BLUE and one WHITE. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

 

REGISTRATION: 

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th no later than 10:00PM!

 Click HERE for tournament information!

Click HERE to register!

 

ENTRY FEE: 

Junior and Senior Divisions: $40US for first, $20US for each additional division (Blue and White gis will be required for both junior and senior divisions)

*Oak Tree parents please consult your child's instructors before registering him or her for any additional divisions!

Make checks payable to: BUDOKAN

Tournament Contact: Calvin Terada  

Phone: (206)294-6089 Email: budokanseattle@gmail.com

 

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Sep
22
7:00 AM07:00

ZENYU FALL CHALLENGE at Kentridge High School (Kent, WA)

An all ages judo tournament at Kentridge High School (Kent, WA), hosted by Zenyu Judo Dojo (Maple Valley, WA).

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Intermediate Junior Class  or Adult Judo Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering.  If you are a minor and under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign a release for your participation.

Please go HERE to register for the tournament online

Please go HERE to download the entry form

 Tournament Contact: Douglas Graham.  Phone:(253)852-0858.

ALL OAK TREE JUDO PARTICIPANTS NEED TO REGISTER FOR THE TOURNAMENT ONLINE AND GIVE A SIGNED COPY OF ALL PAPERWORK TO SENSEI LUKELA NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH!

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

There are several major, national organizations that organize tournaments in the United States.  The two we work with the most are USA JUDO and UNITED STATES JUDO FEDERATION otherwise known as USJF.  To compete widely, you must be a member of both.  You will start registering for USA JUDO and then apply for the "Joint Membership Option" on the USJF site. We understand this is confusing.  Please consult with your sensei to assess what memberships you will need for your level of competition.  

For financial planning, it is good to know that memberships are roughly $140 a year per participant. 

All potential participants must have two full competition gis, one BLUE and one WHITE. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

Please bring the following to the tournament:

  1. Current USJF / USA Judo Card

  2. A towel to dry off.

  3. Flip flops or quick change sandals

  4. Clean feet and trimmed nails.

  5. No earring or jewelry in piercings.

  6. Long hair must be tied back.

  7. No perfume or oily lotions.

  8. Please be aware that dyed hair can bleed on gis and damage the gis. Please plan appropriately if you have dyed hair.

  9. Please wear shorts for quick change between gis.

  10. Female participants must wear a white t shirt or rash guard under their gi

  11. Printed copy of your registration form.

  12. Means to pay registration fee (please see below, check or cash)

  13. A reusable water bottle labeled with your name - please do not bring disposable plastic!

  14. Cash for snacks

  15. A brown bag lunch

  16. NOTE: all day seating is on bleachers. Please bring any items to make yourself comfortable as needed.

  17. Appropriate "in seat" activities for smaller siblings.

  18. There is no secured area for personal items other than your car. Please do not bring expensive electronics or any items you cannot secure while you compete.

 

REGISTRATION & WEIGH IN:

7:00 AM to 9:00 AM for Junior Participants

10:00 AM  for Senior Participants

COMPETITION STARTS at 10 AM

ENTRY FEE & ENTRY DEADLINE $40.00 per contestant for phone, email, online entry and/or mail entry (US/UPS/Airborne/DHS/etc.). Mail entries to Zenyu Fall Challenge / Doug Graham, 14121 SE 228th St, Kent, WA 98042. Registration closes on Tuesday, September 15, 2018. Entries past that date will not be accepted unless authorized by a Tournament Director, a late fee will be assessed.

 

Make checks payable to: Community Sports.

Full IJF rules will apply with the following modifications.

1. Modified double elimination (more that 5) or Round robin (5 or less competitors)

2. Chocks will be allowed in Junior Juvenile and Cadet Senior Novice and Brown-Black belt divisions

3. Arm locks will be allowed in Junior Cadet and Senior Brow-Black Belt divisions

4. If a player moves up voluntarily the rules of that division will apply.

5. Blue and white judo-gis are required Junior Cadet and Senior Brown - black belt divisions other may use blue gis but must have a white gi.

6. Match time will be 4 minutes in Senior brown - black divisions all others will be 3 minutes. 7. Tournaments directors reserve the right to: a) make changer to divisions if there are insufficient contestants and will notify coaches of any such event prior to competition; and b) reject any forms that contain false information.

8. To receive awards athletes must be in Judo-gi or proper team attire

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Sep
15
3:00 PM15:00

Seiei Boot Camp at Seiei Dojo (Bellevue, WA)

This is a multi dojo youth workout focused on providing our judoka with extra mat time to refine their techniques and boost their cardio before the upcoming 2018-19 judo season. Oak Tree Judo participants must be in the Intermediate and/or Advanced Junior classes to participate. Please consult with your instructors in regards to your readiness for this event. 

Entry fee is $5 with free admission for senseis. 

Please click HERE to register for this event online.

Note* Walk in registration has been allowed in the past with a copy USJF/USJA/USA Judo memberships cards on hand, signed waivers, and at host dojo's discretion. I suggest not waiting until then.

Normally this event is on every 2nd Saturday of the month, but has been moved to this specified date at this time.

For more information, please contact June Encarnacion

Email: Info@seieidojo.com Phone: (425) 558- 0220

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Sep
9
7:00 AM07:00

Future Stars Judo Championships at Lakewood Family YMCA (Lakewood, WA)

A WHITE/WHITE-YELLOW belt judo tournament at the Lakewood Family YMCA (Lakewood, WA) hosted by Ippon Dojo (Lakewood, WA). THIS TOURNAMENT IS FOR JUDOKA RANGING FROM 5 TO 16 YEARS OLD!  

Oak Tree participants should be enrolled in the Beginning Junior Class or Intermediate Junior Class, and should seek instructor advisement before registering. All athletes must sign a parental release in order to participate in this tournament.

Please go HERE to download the ENTRY PACKET.  It will be a four page download that includes tournament rules as well as your registration paperwork. Tournament Contact: Jason Harai.  Phone:(253) 228-7146. Email: rainiercup@yahoo.com

ALL OAK TREE JUDO PARTICIPANTS NEED TO GIVE A SIGNED COPY OF ALL ENTRY PAPERWORK TO SENSEI LUKELA NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH! NO EXCEPTIONS! 

Carpooling can be arranged person to person, the dojo will not be providing carpool services.

There are several major, national organizations that organize tournaments in the United States.  The two we work with the most are USA JUDO and UNITED STATES JUDO FEDERATION otherwise known as USJF.  To compete widely, you must be a member of both.  You will start registering for USA JUDO and then apply for the "Joint Membership Option" on the USJF site. We understand this is confusing.  Please consult with your sensei to assess what memberships you will need for your level of competition.  

For financial planning, it is good to know that memberships are roughly $140 a year per participant. 

All potential participants must have a white appropriately fitted JUDO gi. Gis can be purchased through the dojo and cost $60 per gi.  Checks, cards and cash can be accepted for gis.  Please make checks out to OAK TREE JUDO DOJO.  Please speak to your sensei three weeks prior to competition to purchase a gi.

Please bring the following to the tournament:

  1. Current USJF / USA Judo Card
  2. A towel to dry off.
  3. Flip flops or quick change sandals
  4. Clean feet and trimmed nails.
  5. No earring or jewelry in piercings.
  6. Long hair must be tied back.
  7. No perfume or oily lotions.
  8. Please be aware that dyed hair can bleed on gis and damage the gis.  Please plan appropriately if you have dyed hair.
  9. Please wear shorts for quick change between gis.
  10. Female participants must wear a white t shirt or rash guard under their gi
  11. Means to pay registration fee (please see below, check or cash)
  12. A reusable water bottle labeled with your name - please do not bring disposable plastic!
  13. Snacks or Lunch
  14. NOTE: all day seating is on bleachers.  Please bring any items to make yourself comfortable as needed.
  15. Appropriate "in seat" activities for smaller siblings. 
  16. There is no secured area for personal items other than your car.  Please do not bring expensive electronics or any items you cannot secure while you compete.
  17. NO PERSONAL GAMING SYSTEMS FOR OAK TREE JUDO ATHLETES (You should be cheering on your teammates).

 

REGISTRATION & WEIGH IN:

7:00 AM to 8:00 AM for All participants

OPENING CEREMONIES start at 9:00 AM (Youth gym)

ENTRY FEE & ENTRY DEADLINE: $30.00 USD, $35.00 CAD per contestant. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH ENTRY PACKET TO SENSEI LUKELA NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH!

 

Please make checks payable to Ippon Judo Dojo

 

Tournament Style: Round robin, 2 minute match time

Weight Divisions: There will be light, medium, and heavy divisions. Age and weight divisions are subject to change to ensure the safety of the participant. All changes will be discussed with the coaches and competitors involved prior to the change.

Full 2017 IJF rules will apply with the following modifications.

1. NO Chokes permitted - All Divisions

2. NO Arm locks permitted - All Divisions

3. NO golden score - All Divisions

4. Rest periods - 2 Minutes

5. Co-Ed divisions for ages 10 & under

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

2018 Summer Girl's and Women's Workout at Seattle Dojo (Seattle, WA)

  • 1510 South Washington Street Seattle, WA, 98144 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

A FREE girl's and women's judo clinic hosted by Seattle Dojo (Seattle, WA) from 9:00AM-2:00PM   This event caters to all ages. Expect a fast paced warm up, a challenging work out, playful games, and an opportunity to learn judo from the perspective of a few of Washington's top female judoka. 

NOTE* Oak Tree athletes please be prepared to bring your own lunch and reusable water bottle to this event. If you are looking to eat out, there is a Vietnamese restaurant on the corner of S Jackson St and Rainier Ave S. which provides a light and healthy food option before returning to practice. Click HERE for a map.

Register for the event and waiver download HERE.

A copy of your USJF/USJA/USA Judo membership card and a signed waiver will be MANDATORY in order for you to participate in this event. 

 

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Feb
17
7:00 AM07:00

2018 Washington State Judo Championships

 

WHAT/WHERE/WHEN/WHO: This tournament is on SATURDAY, Feb. 17, 2018.  Weigh in is on the same day as competition, SATURDAY, Feb. 17, 2018 from 7AM- 8:30AM.  The location Kentlake High School, 21401 SE Falcon Way, Kent, WA 98042-5939.  Tournament contact is Doug Graham, Tournament Director, Zenyu Judo Dojo.  Please contact via email: RockyRidgeFarm@earthlink.net

TOURNAMENT TYPE:  Modified Double Elimination for five or more contestant pools, round robin for four or less.  

RULES:  2018 IJF rules with seven modifications.  Please see the second page of the REGISTRATION FORM for more details on the rules and for qualifications to compete.

TOURNAMENT DETAILS:

  • Entry Fee: $40 US or Canadian
  • Email entries to JudoRegistration@Outlook.com
  • Phone: +1 (253) 852-0858
  • Checks may be made out to WSJI
  • $5.00 charge for changes to existing entries after WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14, 2018.
  • NO LATE ENTRY ALLOWED
  • Online Entry Form can be found HERE.

DETAILS:

  • Weigh in is on SAT, February 17, from 7-8:30AM.
  • Current registration card is required: USJI, USJF, ATJA and USJA will be checked at weigh in and at registration.  Those without a current card must purchase and register at the tournament.
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