Friday, November 1, 2013
5pm - 8 pm: Registrations & Weigh-ins at at the Doubletree Hotel Seattle Airport
All Competitors (Juniors, Intermediates, Seniors) must weigh in on Friday. USJA, USJI, USJF, and foreign athlete’s membership cards will be checked at weigh-in site. Texas match cards will be used; no registration will be accepted after 8 p.m. Friday, November 1, 2013.
7pm - 9 pm: Referee Clinic at the Tournament Headquarters (Doubletree Hotel)
The Referee Clinic will be conducted by Calvin Terada, IJF-A, Chief Examiner (Coaches are encouraged to attend)
Saturday, November 2, 2013
|7:30 - 8 am||Junior and intermediate competitors report to tournament site to pick up Texas Match Cards.|
|8 am||Officials Meeting|
|8 am||Nage No Kata Competition|
|8:30 am||12 and under competitors report for opening ceremony|
|9:00 am||Opening Ceremony|
|9:30 am||Competition Begins|
|10 a.m.||13-16 year old competitors report|
|12 pm - 1 pm||Senior competitors report to pick up Texas Match Card|
Crown Challenge Team Match
By noon Saturday, the U.S. and Canada are requested to appoint a coach who will select one contestant from the following weight divisions:
Men: 145, 161, 178, 198, 220+
Women: 125, 145, 146+
Traveling Trophy will be presented to winning team. The Crown Challenge is fought prior to Senior Competition.
Nage No Kata Competition
All registered USJF, USJA, USA JUDO and International Players in good standing are eligible to compete in the Nage No Kata portion of the Continental Crown. All kata competitors must meet all other eligibility requirements and restrictions as governed by the 2013 Continental Crown.
Kata Competition Venue & Time
Competition will take place Saturday, November 2, 2013 starting at 8am at the tournament venue.
Kata Entry Information
The entry fee is $50.00 per team. Please contact Aaron Scrol at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event. You must contact Aaron Scrol by 5pm October 31st to register for the kata portion of this tournament!
1. Any combination of male, female, or mixed pairs who meet the requirements specified under the eligibility requirements.
2. Kata teams may have US and International team members.
3. Nage No Kata: All Age Groups will perform first three sets only of Nage No Kata (Te-waza, Koshi-waza and Ashi-waza)