Japan 2018 Selection Standards

Judo Alberta will be taking a group of Canada Winter Games athletes to Japan 2018 for a training tour.

Approximate Dates: July 17, 2018 to August 05, 2018

Week 1: Kodokan Training Camp, Tokyo
Week 2: High School Training Camp, Katsura

Maximum of 25 Alberta athletes will be selected for this training tour

1st Selection CWG Funded Athletes

(Funding Amount to be determined)
Minimum Performance Standards:
There will be funding available for number 1 ranked athletes in the Canada Winter Games Selection:
http://www.judoalberta.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/3-06-CWG-Selection-Criteria-1.pdf

Minimum Training Standards 2017-2018 season
2 x National Training Camps
2 x Provincial Camps
BC Inter-Provincial Camp – Invermere, BC
Alberta Inter-Provincial Camp – Canmore, AB

Note: If number 1 ranked athletes are unable to meet the minimum training standards they will be provided funding to participate in the 2018 Judo Saskatchewan Summer Camp

2nd Selection: Self-Funded Athletes:

Minimum Performance Standards:
Gold Medal: 2017 Quebec Open or 2017 Ontario Open or 2018 Elite Nationals
Gold Medal in both: 2018 Pacific International & 2018 Edmonton Open
Judo Canada National H Team or better

Minimum Training Standards 2017-2018 season
2 x National Training Camps
2 x Provincial Camps
BC Inter-Provincial Camp – Invermere, BC
Alberta Inter-Provincial Camp – Canmore, AB

IMPORTANT:

There is a high percentage of randori at these training camps in Japan. Each day will comprise of 4 to 5 hours of training a day and it is important that athletes have participated in training camps provincially, inter-provincially and at national camps to help adapt to the training load. There is an expectation that Alberta athletes have full participation at these level of camps.

Judo Canada RTC athletes (out of province) and Judo Canada RTC outreach athletes can/will be invited to participate in this event by RTC head coach following the selection. The Judo Alberta Coach Committee hold the rights to recommend athletes to the team who fall outside of minimum performance standards.

Self-Funded Coaches:
Judo Alberta will accept self-funded club coaches. Club coaches who are interested in this event should attend a minimum of 2 x provincial camps, BC interprovincial camp, Alberta Inter-Provincial camp and have a minimum of 5 athletes participating at the 2018 Open National Championships.

Coaches needed to be recommended by their judo clubs to the Judo Alberta Coach Committee

Approximate Cost: $3,000.00-$3,750.00 – flights, accommodations, camp fees, train fees

Important:

$1,500.00 non-refundable deposit (Approximate Cost of the plane ticket)

Ewan Beaton HP Judo Alberta Coach
Phone: (403) 892-6099
E-mail: ewan@judoalberta.com