The organization of the EUC Judo shall be mainly based on the most recent Technical Regulations of the European Judo Union (EJU).
- Women individual categories: up to and including 48 kg, 48 to 52 kg, 52 to 57 kg, 57 to 63 kg, 63 to 70 kg, 70 to 78 kg, over 78 kg,
- Men individual categories: up to and including 60 kg, 60 to 66 kg, 66 to 73 kg, 73 to 81 kg, 81 to 90 kg, 90 to 100 kg, over 100 kg.
Mixed Teams categories
- Women (48 kg, 52 kg*) up to and including 52 kg,
- Men (60 kg, 66 kg*) up to and including 66 kg,
- Women (52 kg, 57 kg, 63 kg*) up to and including 63 kg,
- Men (66 kg, 73 kg, 81 kg*) up to and including 81 kg,
- Women (70 kg, 78 kg, +78 kg*) over 63 kg,
- Men (90 kg, 100 kg, +100 kg*) over 81 kg.
Athletes who are taking part in individual categories may register their participants for the team tournament. Registration only to the team tournament is not possible.
Judo Mixed Teams Sheets - Results
EUSA Combat Judo - Contest sheet Final
EUSA Combat Judo - Teams Championship - Contest
EUSA Combat Judo - Contest sheet Mixed Teams Final
Procedure for getting the results on Judo results page
Eusa Combat Judo - Universities short name list
The schedule may be modified according to a total number of entries and circumstances of competition.
(*) Un-Official weigh-in one hour before.
31-Jul-19 / 17:00h - Judo General Technical Meeting (GTM), Faculty of Kinesiology
The delegation will consist of athletes and officials from their respective university. The head of the delegation must be appointed. The athlete shall have a minimum brown belt. At the first General Technical Meeting, the Head of Delegation or his/her
representative shall confirm and sign the official list of athletes. Any entry not duly confirmed at the first General Technical Meeting, will not be taken into consideration except for force majeure.
In the team tournament, each team will consist of up to six (6) athletes (3 women and 3 men) and has the possibility to have up to four (4) reserves. If there are injuries or illness during the competition a team can compete with a minimum of four (4)
athletes. A total of 10 athletes can be inscribed with a maximum of two (2) athletes per category.
OC shall provide referees.
The delegation may, at its own cost, include a referee with at least the highest national license; the relevant license of the national Judo Federation must be submitted with the quantitative entry form. Accommodation and food for the referee must be provided by the Organizing Committee without charging the participation fee; no refereeing fee is provided.
The format of the tournament will be decided by Competition Technical Commission taking into consideration the number of athletes entered. The official weigh-in for each category will take place the day before the competition in each category.
For the team tournaments, there is 2 kg tolerance for athletes who competed in the individual Championships the day before the team weight-in. The random weigh-in will be organized before the first contests on each day. There will be no random
weighting for team events.
The draw will be done in the presence of EUSA Representative taking into account EUSA Judo, IJU and EJU ranking. The draw will be carried out by computer by a software authorized by IJF. Teams from the same country shall, whenever possible, be placed in different pools.
Each team has to pay fees defined in EUC Regulations by the specified date. The deposit must be paid on EUSA request.
White and blue judogi are obligatory and all competitors must have both types, with or without official IJF back number. All judogi must conform to the current regulations regarding size, materials, etc., but it is not required that a judogi is purchased from the currently selected IJF manufacturers list of suppliers. The judogi and belt size will be controlled by sokuteiki.