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Judo Alberta AGM November 25, 2017

Judo Alberta AGM November 25, 2017

The Annual General Meeting of the Alberta Kodokan Black Belt Association (Judo Alberta) will be held at the Holiday Inn Express North (6433 Orr Dr, Red Deer, AB T4P 1A6) in Meeting Room’s 1 & 2 on November 25, 2017 at 7:00 PM.

AGENDA

1) Approval of the agenda (Any concerns or issues by the general membership should be mentioned now so they may be added to the agenda (item #5).

2) Approval of the minutes from the 2016 Annual General Meeting.

3) Business arising from the minutes of the 2016 Annual General meeting.

4) Reports of the Executive & Committees:
a) President
b) VP of Administration
c) VP of Finance
d) Treasurer/Financial Statement
e) Registrar
f) Secretary
g) Regional Council
h) Women’s Representative
i) Athlete’s Representative
j) Executive Director
k) High Performance Coach
l) Coaching Committee
m) Grading Board
n) Referee Committee
o) Technical Committee
p) NCCP Committee
q) Awards Committee
r) LTAD Committee

5) New Business
a)
b)
c)
d)

6) Volunteer Recognition

7) Elections
a) Women’s Representative
b) Vice President of Finance
c) Treasurer
d) Registrar

2017 Proxy Form

Red Deer Invitational

Red Deer Invitational

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Date:

November 25, 2017

Venue:

Hunting Hills High School
150 Lockwood Ave

Weigh ins:

Friday, November 24, 2017
7:30 – 9:00 PM

Tournament start time:

Kata at 9:00 AM.
Tournament to follow with U 10 & 12

Registration:

$50/division; 2 or more divisions $80; Kata $50/team/kata.

THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 22, 2017

Please send completed Release and entry forms and payment to:
Jerome Roth (Tournament Registrar) jroth@rhfaccountants.ca

or

100-5218 50 Ave
Red Deer, AB
T4N 4B5

Tournament Director:

Brian Fujimoto jbfuj@telusplanet.net. 403-350-1286

To view the tournament technical package please click here.

To view the registration spreadsheet please click here

Judo Canada RTC Lethbridge Program 2017-2018

Maintaining Status as RTC Athlete

Year one of the RTC program allowed athletes come and go as these wish with limited accountable for attendance. Year two of the program will have specific expectations set on the athlete’s attendance and participation in the full program. The goal of the program is to build high level athletes that can perform at the International level.

U21 4 Nights Randori, 3 Technical Sessions, 2-4 Fitness/Strength Sessions per week (95% attendance)
U18 4 Nights Randori, 3 Technical Sessions, 2-4 Fitness/Strength Sessions per week (90% attendance)
U16 3-4 Nights Randori 1-2 Technical Sessions, 2-3 Fitness/Strength Sessions per week (85% attendance)
U14 3-4 Nights Randori 1 Technical Sessions, 1-2 Fitness/Strength Sessions per week (80% attendance)

Provincial Team Weight Training Only: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (90% attendance)

Important: If there are time to time specific conflicts (work, school, family) that will happen in the training program these commitments need to be communicated and talked about. It is required that 48hour notice is sent to Ewan Beaton: e.beaton.judo@gmail.com . The goal is to have an individual program for everyone that works within a team developmental concept.

Example: Joel, Nathan and Caleb will not be able to attend Saturday sessions until November because they have to work every Saturday morning/afternoon. (This will not be held against them in their attendance records if communicated)

If you cannot make the commitment and follow the training program then maybe the RTC Lethbridge is not for you. The training requirements are based on the volume that is needed for each age group so they will be able to have the training habits needed to be an international athlete.

International Development

One of the goals of the RTC Program is to develop athletes to a high level of international judo. It is important that athletes gain international experience as they head down the high performance pathway. We want to place athletes on World Championships Teams (U18/U21) but we also want to ensure they are prepared and have confidence in their abilities when they compete at this level.

The international developmental program does not take priority over inter-provincial and national events. Athletes who are travelling internationally are expected to follow and attend the Judo Canada national competition circuit.

U21
December 2017 France (16 days) – RTC Selection / Recommendation
March 2018 Portugal/Germany (16 days) – Judo Canada Selection or Standards
July 2018 Japan – (18 days) – Judo Alberta Selection & RTC Selection / Recommendation
• U21 Japan – High School student

U18
March 2018 Germany – Judo Canada Selection or National Team Standards
March Scotland (U18) – Judo Alberta Selection & RTC Selection / Recommendation
July 2018 Japan – (18 days) – Judo Alberta Selection & RTC Selection / Recommendation

U16
March Scotland (U18) – Judo Alberta Selection & RTC Selection / Recommendation
July 2018 Japan – (18 days) – Judo Alberta Selection & RTC Selection / Recommendation

Note: There is a self-funding cost to all of these events. There will be funding available to athletes through the Lethbridge Judo Club travel budget. (Athletes need to be a member of the club for a minimum of 2 years to have access to funds)

2018 Alberta Winter Games Promo Video

2018 Alberta Winter Games Promo Video

2015-16 Judo Alberta Award Nomination Forms

2015-16 Judo Alberta Award Nomination Forms

Attention Judo Alberta Members,

With the 2016-17 season upon us it is time to select recognize our 2015-16 volunteer of the year, coach of the year, referee of the year, and club of the year.

If you are interested in entering a nomination, please submit them no later than Monday Sept 26, 2016.

Completed nomination forms can be returned to the Judo Alberta office at judo@judoalberta.com

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask.

To view the forms please click here.

Kind Regards,

Nate MacLellan

What You Need To Know About Concussions in Judo

What You Need To Know About Concussions in Judo

Judo Canada has released new information on concussions in Judo. Check out the pamphlet here.

Judo Alberta Coats

Judo Alberta Coats

Judo Alberta is now accepting orders from the general membership for official Judo Alberta coats. Cost is $100. Please contact Kelly Thornton for more information or call 780-886-9920.

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