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Hajime Judo : CAMPEONATO DE EUROPA SENIOR - GLASGOW 2015. Del 9 al 12 de abril.



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Source: Hajime Judo : CAMPEONATO DE EUROPA SENIOR - GLASGOW 2015. Del 9 al 12 de abril. | 8 Apr 2015 | 11:31 pm

Judo Crazy : Takato vs Mudranov match analysis
In recent postings, I asked whether Shichinohe scored yuko against Riner and why no shido was given to Riner for obvious infringements. That match was probably the most talked about topic of the tournament.

Takato complains to the referee about score downgrades













Another hotly contested match up was the semi-final bout between Japan's Naohisa Takato and Russia's Beslan Mudranov. That match was even more controversial. Takato's scores were downgraded twice and he was penalized for stepping out, resulting in a shido that decided the match.

Here are the highlights from their very exciting match.


Now, let's analyze the two most controversial aspects of that match: the downgrades and the stepping out penalty.

1. Were the downgrades justifiable? I would argue yes. In the first downgrade, Takato's waza-ari score was changed to yuko. If you watch the slow motion analysis, Mudranov clearly lands on his side, which merits a yuko. In the second downgrade, Takato's yuko was cancelled. Slow motion analysis shows that Mudranov lands on his buttocks, which merits no score (in olden days it would have been koka).



2. Did Takato deserve a shido for stepping out? This one is less clear cut because his stepping out seemed to be part of the action and did not appear to be a deliberate movement to go outside. It is very similar to the case where Mudranov steps outside as part of the action. If Takato is to be given a shido for such a movement, why wasn't Mudranov? 




Conclusion

The score of yuko each is fair. Mudranov's side takedown clearly scores a yuko. Meanwhile, Takato's ogoshi merits only a yuko, not a waza-ari; and his osoto-gari landed Mudranov on his backside which merits no score. So, yuko each. Takato probably should not have been given a shido for stepping out as it was part of the action and very similar to the case where Mudranov stepped out earlier in the match. If that shido had not been given (or if both of them had been given shido for stepping out) the match would have gone into Golden Score. What a prospect that would have been.



Source: Judo Crazy : Takato vs Mudranov match analysis | 22 Dec 2014 | 12:39 pm

Cuaderno de Bitácora del Club Forum : Hasta el año que viene
El Club Forum ha finalizado sus clases, hasta el año que viene. Si bien en El Ejido la última clase del año 2014 fue el pasado jueves, 18 de diciembre, en Berja se dan por finalizadas hoy. Nuestra despedida fue … Sigue leyendo

Source: Cuaderno de Bitácora del Club Forum : Hasta el año que viene | 22 Dec 2014 | 11:00 am

EJU Youtube Channel : ECC HIGHLIGHTS 2014 - Hoofddorp (NED)
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Source: EJU Youtube Channel : ECC HIGHLIGHTS 2014 - Hoofddorp (NED) | 22 Dec 2014 | 8:45 am

Official EJU Newsfeed : JUDO PRESIDENT TO LEAD SLOVENIAN OLYMPIC FUTURE


Bogdan Gabrovec has been elected as the new President of the Slovenian Olympic Committee (OKS). The 62-year old is the second OKS president in the history of Slovenia. In response to this important appointment, Sergey Soloveychik, President of the European Judo Union, wished Bogdan Gabrovec all the best at his new endeavour: „On behalf of the European Judo Union I would like to congratulate you with your new appointment as President of the Slovenian Olympic Committee. This is really delightful news and a tremendous honour for our Judo Community. I am confident that this will contribute to the development and promotion of judo both in Slovenia and Europe.“

Before his election Bogdan Gabrovec had served previously as the OKS vice-president and has been President of the Slovenian Judo Federation for many years. Bogdan Gabrovec said, his priority would be the promotion of youth development and he would put all his efforts to ensuring that retired athletes would get opportunities to become experts and/or coaches. He explained that his mandate as the Judo Federation President was "the best proof that offering strong development for young athletes is the only guarantee for future success."

Mr. Marius Vizer, the IJF President declared: « I want to congratulate Mr. Bogdan Gabrovec for his election as the new Slovenian Olympic Committee President. The Judo family is really proud of him and I wish him good luck in his new position.

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Source: Official EJU Newsfeed : JUDO PRESIDENT TO LEAD SLOVENIAN OLYMPIC FUTURE | 22 Dec 2014 | 3:51 am