HIGHLIGHTS OF THE JUDO FESTIVAL 2017

EJU SEMINAR «IMPROVE YOUR CLUB»

10 - 11 JUNE - Seminars for judo club coaches. Technical development for teaching young judoka aged 8 – 12 years.

  • Improve Your Club - Seminar for coaches
  • EJU expert Patrick Roux is one of the teachers.
  • EJU expert Jean-Pierre Gibert will leads the seminar
  • Topic of the seminar: How to teach young judoka aged 8 – 12 years.

The European Judo Union (EJU) believes that the education and development of judo club coaches/ teachers should be treated with the same importance as that which is currently given to the growth of national teams and coaches. Local judo clubs are the starting point for national teams in each federation. For this reason, the EJU from this point onward, will increase the professionalism and preparation of judo club coaches/teachers in keeping with the focus on national teams and coaches. Beginning in July 2013, the EJU Education sector and EJU Experts Commission developed the "Improve Your Club" project, a unique education programme of seminars. These seminars serve the dual purpose of teaching club coaches/teachers to effectively motivate young people aged 8 -12 years, and how to continue training and competing in judo.

KIDS U8 FAMILY CAMP

12 - 18 June

An original form of the program that for the second time will be presented at a festival, children and parents together will be on the tatami enjoying the activities set by skilled trainers in this type of the program in addition to a number of other entertaining and educational lessons. Our «Kids Family Camp» is where parents can train together with their children and become great friends

OTC & U16 CAMP

12 - 18 June

  • Meet your judo hero.
  • Get in touch with Olympic champions.
  • A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to experience judo stars up close and in a unique relaxed atmosphere.

The EJU Project “OTC. Going for Gold” was launched in 2010. The main target of the project was to help the best European athletes in their preparations toward the London Olympic Games. Within these two years prior to the Olympics, around 273 judokas from 37 European judo federations received vital support from the EJU at 16 Olympic training camps. The successful performance of European athletes in London has encouraged the EJU Executive Committee to continue the programme during the next Olympic cycle and to expand it to promising junior judoka — to include medallists from the European and world championships of their age group. The Croatian Judo Federation and Poreč City have provided the an excellent venue for this project! The training camp U16 for young judokas where judo becomes more than a simple hobby, but more of a lifestyle — the main road. Every training session will be under the leadership of well-known judo experts.


«WOMEN'S JUDO GET TOGETHER»

17 - 18 June

  • Women's Get Together

The first «Women's Judo Get Together» of the newly launched EJU women’s group. On the program is training on the mat together, demonstration and coaching. Discussion about women in judo. It will be a great opportunity to meet other women from around Europe who are teaching, coaching and practicing judo and to expand our network of women.


4TH EUROPEAN SCIENCE OF JUDO RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM & 3RD scientific AND PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE

12 - 13 June

The European Judo Union invited European researchers at the EJU Judo Festival in Porec to present their work. The Education Commission, along with a selected panel of judges and the EJU experts group have introduced the 4nd Scientifc European Symposium on research into Judo.


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