Saturday, August 6, 2022
Check in/weigh in 8am-10am
Tournament begins at 11am
Forest Park Recreation Center
804 Main Street
Forest Park, GA 30297
Sensei Gary Berliner
Registration is ONLINE ONLY at https://smoothcomp.com/en/event/7986.
- The final registration deadline is 6pm ET on Friday, August 5th.
- There is no registration on the day of the event!
- All athletes must check in/weigh in between 8am-10am on Saturday morning at the tournament venue.
Normal Registration (before 7/31/22):
$55 first division ($20 for additional divisions)
Late Registration (8/1/22-8/5/22):
$65 first division ($25 for additional divisions)
Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North
1255 Walker Avenue
East Point, GA 30344
ATJA Nationals Group Rate – $99-$109
Includes breakfast, Wi-Fi and parking.
Reservation Link – https://www.marriott.com/event-reservations/reservation-link.mi?id=1646846438650&key=GRP&app=resvlink” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener
Modified IJF rules will govern the judo tournament. IJF interpretation of transition between ne-waza and tachi-waza will be implemented. Penalties shall be used to discourage negative judo and promote positive judo.
A white uniform, white belt, and blue belt are required by all judoka. Uniforms should cover the wrist and ankles. No t-shirts should be worn under the uniform except for females who should have a white t-shirt. Mouthguards are optional. Limited number of white and blue belts will be available at the mat.
All organizations are invited to participate (USA Judo, ATJA, USJA, USJF).
FREE Training Camp
There is a FREE training camp Sunday morning (August 7) at 8:30am at the Warren Boys & Girls Club (790 Berne Street, Atlanta, GA 30312). ALL are welcome to attend.
* Registration, bracketing, and scoring will be done through www.smoothcomp.com. To compete, all athletes must create a free, reusable profile to register for this and other events on the smoothcomp platform. Coaches are encouraged to create an Academy profile for their athletes.
The Center for SafeSport has developed the Minor Athlete Prevention Policies (MAAPP) which USA Judo has adapted to our own sport. The MAAPP is a collection of proactive and training policies comprised of two parts; Education & Training Policy that requires training for certain Adult Participants and the Required Prevention Policies, focused on limiting one-on-one interactions between Adult Participants and Minor Athletes to prevent abuse.
The full MAAPP policy can be found at www.usjudo.org.