Tuesday, April 28, 2009


The custom or judge is white or off-white. The jacket must be long enough to cover the thighs and have a rugged tapestry to undergo heavy excursion on the mats or competition. Thus, safety is a priority of effective throwing abilities; so both opponents are not hurt or injured, on the mats. For example, groundwork and sparring on the mat are based on a combination of strength and balance; through throwing techniques, requiring a sturdy uniform.

Scoring is based on a referee’s choice of throwing and groundwork, based on the ruggedness of the Judo uniform is able to undertake on the mats; so the opponent scores the best marks or points.

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