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Welcome to the Judo ACT web site.

Judo ACT aims to provide up-to-date information about Judo in the Australian Capital Territory.

Judo ACT is the peak sporting body for Judo in the ACT.

Judo ACT is a member of the Judo Federation of Australia (JFA); a member of the Oceania Judo Union (OJU) which is a member of the International Judo Federation (IJF).


The ACTIO has finished for another year and was again a success. Results of the tournment can be found here.


The ACT has introduced Codes of Conduct for Players, Officials and Parents. These can be found on the Documents Page or on this link.


This year at the upcoming 2015 ACT OPEN, PhD scholar and Dietitan, Reid Reale, working out of the AIS Combat Centre, will be conducting a research study regarding acute weight loss practices and weight gain post weigh in.  Senior Judo athletes will be asked to fill out a short survey at the time of weigh in which will take around 5 minutes to complete.  The survey will ask a variety of questions regarding weight loss practices you used leading up to the current competition as well as past weight loss practices.  In addition to the survey, senior athletes will be asked to be weighed again on the day of competition (upon arrival) so that sports scientists can calculate the weight gain post weigh in of judo athletes in Australia.  Even if you do not lose weight before competitions or you do not gain weight post weigh in, it is still valuable information for the researchers, so your participation would be greatly appreciated, everyone from light weights to heavy weights, males and females, weight losers and non-weight losers alike.
The information gathered will be treated with the upmost confidence and your data will be de-identified after collection, will not be shared with coaches, JFA or other athletes and will only be seen by the researchers. This study will enable sports scientists to compare Australian Judo with other Australian combat sports, International Judo athletes and other international combat sport athletes.  This will provide invaluable insight into the link between weight loss, weight gain post weigh in, competition success as well as help guide recommendations and ultimately further equip Australian judo athletes with information regarding optimal weight loss in the future.  So please, help scientists help YOU and help Australian Judo


Squad training for 2015 will be held at Marist College Senior Hall and at Hills Sports Academy

Marist Mondays at 6:00-8:00pm commencing 2nd February

HSA Saturdays 8:00 - 9:30am commening 1st February  

The 2014 ACT Judo Annual Awards were held on the 7th December. Details in the News and Gallery sections

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