Judo

Judo is a traditional Japanese martial art that the players do not use the tool.
A match is fought within a 9.1m×9.1m, 50 tatami-mat area.
It became an Olympic official event at the 1964 Tokyo.
Women's match has also been adopted in the official competition from the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.

It has seven classes by the weight and the time of match is five minutes both for men and women, when it isn't settled the game in time, overtime of three minutes is done.
The player who defeats the opponent by Osaekomi of throwing techniques or by katamewaza of grappling techniques and holds the opponent for more than 25 seconds, wins by "Ippon".

When both players don't take "Ippon", the player who has many points to the order of "waza-ari" or "Yuukou" will be the winner.
Twice "Waza-ari" is same of "Ippon".
Also when the player receives the "Shidou" four times from the referee, he will lost the game.

Judo tends to be also incorporated in the lessons of the school because it may be good in mental training.
But there is also opposite opinion because many serious injuries have been reported.






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