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Connecticut Judo Inc.


A not for profit 501 (C) (3) Corporation to advance the sport of Judo

Group "B" member of the United States Judo, Inc. (USA Judo)

Welcome new president Henry Arroyo


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USA Judo Adaptation for 2017 IJF Judo Rules can be found at this link for viewing or downloading (PDF format). USA Judo 2017 Adapted Rules

Recent International Results

Recent results



NYAC Open Team Competition USA silver in both men's and women's Men: Israel, USA, France Women: Isreal, USA, France

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This year we have had four low or no cost events for members. A referee clinic, kata clinic, coach's clinic and a competitor's clinic. Next we are planning a first aid / CPR clinic.

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Connecticut Judo Incorporated (CJI), a not for profit corporation, is the State governing body of Judo in Connecticut. CJI is a group "B" member of The United States Judo, Inc. (USJI). USJI is the National governing body of Judo in the United States. It is given the authority by the United States Olympic Committee and is a voting member of the International Judo Federation. (IJF). Connecticut Judo Incorporated has as it's primary goal the preparation and training of amateur Judo players in Connecticut for competing at the National and International level. We hope to further the Olympic sport of Judo by increasing interest, making information and training more available to players, coaches and the volunteer corps group that officiate tournaments,

BENEFITS of MEMBERSHIP

We begin each season with a referee clinic in the beginning of September. We have added a monatary reward for taking Gold, silver or bronze at the Junior Olympics. We offer reduced of free admission to clinics including kata, referee, first aid, competition and others.Chartered clubs recieve one vote plus one for every five members at CJI meetings.Chartered clubs may borrow 2 manual scoreboards and 2 match clocks (Or computerized laptop and monitor)free of charge for sanctioned events..[Return to top]




CJI Information center. If you wish to print information it will be predominately in black and white.

[button] Officers and Committee Members
[button]By-Laws
[button]Mission Statement
[button]Tax Information
[button] Minutes of July 2015 CJI meeting

PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS
[button]CLICK HERE FOR AGE AND TIME IN GRADE GUIDELINES
[button]Junior CJI rank requirements
[button]CJI Senior "kyu" rank requirements

[button]CJI Senior "Dan" rank requirements

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Certified Referees [button] Certified Coaches [button] Chartered Clubs [button] How to Charter [button] Official Event Sanction Process
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FORMS,

Only Nationally chartered clubs may sanction events. New forms are being prepared for posting to the web.
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CONNECTICUT JUDO INCORPORATED FORMS

[button] Recommendation for promotion [button]Application for Sanction [button]CJI Sanction Contract
[button]CJI Waiver and Release [button]CJI Club registration form[button]Authorization to promote

NATIONAL FORMS
{button}" National Club Registration forms (In Adobe PDF format) [button] Register or renew USJI membership on-line
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