Referee Online Test

Referee Online Test

The EJU Refereeing Commission would like to introduce the Referee Online Test. This test is for referees as well as the rest of the judo community who would like to test their refereeing skills and judo knowledge.


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Referee Online Test

Please register for the Referee Online Test. The test result will be send automatically by email.

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All actions are valid and may continue (no mate) as long as either contestant has some part of their body touching the contest area and the action started inside the contest area.

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When a throw is started with only one contestant in contact with the contest area, but during the action both contestants move outside the contest area, the action may be considered for point scoring purposes if the throwing action continues uninterrupted.

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Any new technique applied when both contestants are outside the contest area shall not be recognized.

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The doctor may also ask to attend to his contestant, but in this case the contest is terminated, and the opponent will win by fusen-gachi.

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The decision of kiken-gachi (win by default) shall be given to any contestant whose opponent does not appear for his contest according to the 30 seconds rules.

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If during ne-waza. outside the contest area, uke takes over the control with osaekomi-waza, shime-waza or kansetsu-waza, in continuous succession, it shall not be valid.

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Ne-waza outside the contest area: if the throwing action is finished outside the competition area and immediately one of the players applies osae-komi-waza, shime-waza or kansetsu-waza, this technique shall be valid as long there is progression.

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The kansetsu-waza and shime-waza initiated inside the contest area and recognized as being effective to the opponent can be maintained, even if the contestants are outside the contest area, as long there is progression.

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Ne-waza action (aimed at osae-komi-waza, kansetsu-waza or shime-waza) is valid and may continue outside of the contest area if it was started from outside.

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Any immediate counter technique by the player who was not in contact with the contest area when the throwing action started inside, may be considered for point scoring purposes if the action continues uninterrupted.

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Score or no score?

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Score or no score?

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Score or no score?

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Waza Ari or Ippon

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Waza Ari or Ippon?

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Waza Ari or Ippon?

 

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Waza Ari or Ippon

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Waza Ari or Ippon

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