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 - version JAN_2022

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

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In kaeshi-waza, the contestant receiving the attack and starting the counterattack, can use the impact of landing on the tatami to finish his/her kaeshi-waza action and have it evaluated.

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Golden score can only be won by a technical score (waza-ari or ippon) or hansoku-make (direct or by accumulative shido).

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Sono-mama (Hold positions) can be applied in situations where contestants are working in ne-waza or tachi-waza.

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Breaking grips with both hands is allowed when immediate grip is taken.

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When a contestant recieves hansoku-make for a diving action, he/she cannot continue in the competition.

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Ducking the head beneath the opponent arm is allowed when followed by an immediate attack.

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Ippon cannot be awarded for a rolling action.

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The referee shall stay within the contest area and cannot observe any action from the safety area.

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After osae komi is announced, toketa should be called when uke makes a bridge even if tori maintains control.

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Applying leg scissors to the opponent's trunk, neck or head while stretching out the legs is penalised with hansoku-make.

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