Judo

Judo, Lima 2019 discipline
Judo

Judo

Villa Deportiva Nacional - Videna
AV. DEL AIRE S/N - SAN LUIS
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MEN EVENTS
-60 KG
-66 KG
-73 KG
-81 KG
-90 KG 
- 100 KG 
+100 KG
 
WOMEN EVENTS
-48 KG
-52 KG
-57 KG
-63 KG 
-70 KG
-78 KG
+78 KG
 
 

 

Judo, Lima 2019 discipline
Sport review

Cuban judokas are favorites, having won 63 gold medals. Brazilians have obtained 36. These are the two toughest of the competition. In each category, athletes will be divided into two tables, determined by a draw. The elimination system will produce two finalists who will compete for the gold medal. Athletes who made it to the quarter finals will compete in two repechage contests. The winners of each contest will face the losing semifinalist from the other table for the bronze medal. The Sport Complex 1 of the National Sports Village will be the venue for this sport.

Keywords

Hajime: The referee’s command to start a judo bout.

Ippon: The maximum score awarded to a judoka which results in an immediate end to the contest.

Judogi: Competition uniform

Judoka: A judo competitor.

History

Derived from jiu-jitsu, Judo is considered a sport in Japan since 1882. It was first a martial art with principles such as balance, reflexes, power, flexibility and coordination. This sport encompasses holds and ground techniques. It first appeared at the Sao Paulo 1963 Pan American Games. It has been present in all Games editions, except for the Cali 1971 Games.

Judo, Lima 2019 discipline

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Villa Deportiva Nacional - Videna
AV. DEL AIRE S/N - SAN LUIS
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