International judges

 

Clothing

Uniform of those who are going in for “Jiyutaido”:
Blue coat (kimono coat)
White pants (kimono pants)

Judging

There’s a center referee.
Besides, 2 judges sit outside the tatami (ring). (Aka – red, Shiro – white). They
note the scores given to them.
2 judges sit at the table of Senior Referee, calculate scores and give it in to the
Chairman of the Board of Judges and to the Senior Referee. Senior Referee
declares the winner fighter ( whose score is high).

 

Clothing of Judges


Center referee has to wear sleeveless black shirt, black pants and light gym shoes.
Corner judges have to wear black costume, white shirt and red tie. Over the
costume has to be label (or hieroglyph) representing “Jiyutaido”.

 

Rules of competition


3 rounds (men and women)
Every round 3 minutes (1 round 3 minutes) (18 years and older)
1 minute rest between each round

2 rounds between children and adolescents (9-17 years)
Every round 2 minutes (1 round 2 minutes)
1 minute rest beween each round

Holding (not to let the opponent stand up knocking down and standing over him
for 30 seconds)

Grading

Qoko – 3 points (must point to fighter’s chest with 3 fingers)
Yuko – 5 points (must point to fighter’s face with 5 fingers)
Waza-ari – 7 points (must point to fighter’s chest with open straight hand)
Ippon – full point (must point to fighter’s head with straight hand)

 

Grading in “S” version
Goko- 3 points

 

1. To apply a full trick
2. To apply a new trick out of other trick
3. If the opponent tries to escape from fighting for the second time
4. Kicking on the head (full point)
5. To keep holding the opponent standing over him
6. If the opponent gets warning 3 times for passiveness
7. If the opponent still lays down, can’t stand up or doesn’t event attempt to stand up

Yuko – 5 points

 

2 effective tricks. But the opponent still doesn’t give up (or is unable to complete).
Consecutive attacks, at the same time activity.
To apply a trick and keep holding (for 30 seconds).
Effective kick.
If the opponent get injured, but doesn’t inform.

Waza-ari – 7 points

Effective trick and to keep holding (but is unable to complete)
The opponent can’t control himself and is in the position of knockdown when the
opposite side kick on the head
Informs his injury
Technically got strike (technical knockdown)
Kicking to any part of body and the opponent informs his hurt

Ippon – Full point

Breaking trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
Choking trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
Hurting trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
To avoid from fighting
Falling into knockout position because of kicking
If the opponent doesn’t come to tatami within 5 minutes (if he is late)
The decision of referee
The decision of judges

 

Place (Tatami)

 

Wrestling tatami and its cover
Diameter 8×8

1. Counter (Aka)
2. Counter (Shiro)
3. The Chairman of the Board of Judges
4. Senior Referee
5. Assistant of Senior Referee
6. The Committee that is engaged with moot points

Equipment of Senior Referee’s table

Computer
Television (to solve moot points by judges)

 

First medical aid

 

2 doctors
Ambulance stretcher
Ambulance (staff)

 

Time controlling staff

 

Personnel who control time on computer
Personnel who control drum

 

Grading in “T” version
Goko – 3 points


Applying a full trick
Appying a new trick out of other trick
If the opponent tries to escape from fighting for the second time
Strike with straight hand (must touch face)
To keep holding standing over opponent
If one of the opponents is passive
Any strike on the head. If the opponent wiggles his head to back and side

 

Yuko – 5 points

 

2 effective tricks or the opponent is unable to complete (or he doesn’t give up)
Consecutive attacks, at the same time activity
To apply a trick and keep holding (for 30 seconds)
Effective hits on the head or to body by hand
The opponent gets injured, but doesn’t inform

Waza-ari – 7 points

Effective trick and to keep the opponent holding. But he doesn’t give up (or
unable to complete)
The opponent informs his pain due to the strikes got on the head or to body by
hand
To inform hurt
To inform pain of an injury gotten because of a trick
Falling down to knockdown position

 

Ippon – Full point

 

Breaking trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
Choking trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
Hurting trick (any of them) and the opponent surrender
To avoid from fighting
To make the opponent fall down to knockout position hitting by hand (for 1
minute)
If the opponent doesn’t come to ring (if he’s late)
The decision of referee
The decision of judges

Place (ring)

Boxing ring (covered with tatami)
Diameter 6×6
1. Counter (Aka)
2. Counter (Shiro)
3. The Chairman of the Board of Judges
4. Senior Referee
5. Assistant of Senior Referee
6. The Committee that is engaged with moot points

 

Equipment of Senior Referee’s table

 

– Computer
– Television (to solve moot points by judges)

 

First medical aid

 

– 2 doctors
– Ambulance stretcher
– Ambulance (staff)

Time controlling staff

– Personnel who control time on computer
– Personnel who control drum

 

Banned attacks and tricks in “Jiyutaido”
“S” version

 

Banned attacks:

Straight punch on face
Punch on face from one side
Strike towards throat with hand
Scratching the opponent’s eyes out with fingers
Hit the spine with elbow
Kick the groin
Hit with head
Straigh attack to the knee joints
Keep holding and hit on face with knees
Attack towards a fallen opponent
Attacking a downed opponent, while he’s still laying on the floor
Keep holding or strike holding and leaving the opponent out
Disobeying the referee’s instructions
Applying tricks banned by judges
Hit with knee to the children (up to 17 years)
Jumping and whirling kick with heel (Kaiten Geri) to the children (up to 17 years)
If one of the opponents strikes leaving his hand while both of opponents holding
each other

Tricks:

To scratch
To pinch
To brake finger
To hold mouth or nose with hand
To hold from hair
To hold from head or face with open hand
To press face or throat with fist
To fight down face, throat and groin with knees
In addition, to fight down throat or head of children with wrist (up to 17 years)
To slam down the downed opponent (up to 16 years) hoisting him
To apply a trick (bedro) holding throat (up to 17 years)
To tickle
All hits with foot
Any hit on the back of head
Hit on the head with elbow
Strike towards the downed opponent with hand
If one of the opponents holds the other with 2 hands, then it’s forbidden to attack
(only wrestling is allowed)
It’s forbidden to attack after holding

 

Frequently used strikes and tricks in “Jiyutaido”
“S” version

 

With foot:

Semicircular kick to face
Semicircular kick to the side
Semicircular kick to the leg
Straight kick to face
Straight kick to the stomach
Kick to the stomach with cutting part of foot
Kick to the chest with cutting part of foot
Hit to the back stomach with heel
Kick from out to inside with the inner side of foot and straight leg
Kick from inside to out with outer part of semicircular foot and straight leg
Hit on the head with the lower part of semicircular foot
Whirling circular kick to the head, side and leg
Circular hit on the head jumping with feet
Jumping kick to the back with heel

With hand:

Punch to the chest and stomach
Punch to the chest from up to down
Punch to the ribs from the side (semicircular)
Strike to the body with elbow
Punch to the stomach from up to down

Casting (tricks):
Tricks from waist and shoulder
All tricks from wrestling, the tricks used in competitions. For instance: the tricks
used in Judo, Wrestling, Sambo, Jiu jitsu competitions
Own tricks of “Jiyutaido”
Choking and breaking tricks allowed by judges
Throwing the opponent back

Frequently used tricks on “T” version of “Jiyutaido”

Tricks from waist and shoulder
The tricks used in the kinds of sports (Judo, Wrestling, Sambo, Jiu jitsu) in
wrestling system
Tricks to back
Own tricks of “Jiyutaido”
All the tricks allowed by judges
Staight punch on the head
Semicircular punch to the head
Straight punch towards body
Punch towards body from up to down
Semicircular punch towards body
Punch towards body from below to stomach
Strike towards body with elbow
Hit to the shoulder with the bottom side of fist
Hit to the ribs with the bottom side of fist
Strike to the shoulder and ribs with palm
Hit to the shoulder and ribs with the cutting part of hand
Any strike or trick not banned by judges

 

Banned tricks in “T” version


To trick
To scratch
To pinch
To hold mouth or nose with hand
To break finger
To hold from hair
To hold from face or head with open hand
To press face or throat with fist
To fight down face or throat with knees
10. Any hit towards groin
11. To fight down throat or head of children or adolescents with wrist (up to 16 years)
12. To slam down the downed opponent (up to 16 years) hoisting him when the other
opponent keeps holding
13. It’s forbidden to apply a trick holding throat (up to 17 years)
14. All foot kicks are forbidden
15. It’s forbidden to strike after holding
16. It’s forbidden to strike while holding

Distinguishing according to belts in “Jiyutaido”

1 dan red belt] 2 dan red belt] – Senior student (Senpai)

He can teach as an instructor at the gym with the assistant of trainer, at the same time in any place with the permision and approve of Organization (Federation).

White line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat (on the upper part of kimono) of 1 dan and 2 dan (7 cm wide).

3 dan red belt] 4 dan red belt] – Teacher (Sansei)
The owner of this belt is called teacher. International Jiyutaido Federation allows him to teach in any country.
Yellow line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat of 3 dan and 4 dan (7cm wide).
5 dan – Master (Shihan) – This teacher is called Master. It shows that the owner of this belt now can take exam till the 1 dan and 2 dan with the permision of Organization (Federation). Taken belts have to be coordinated by International Organization (Federation).

Green line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat of 5 dan Masters (Shihans) (7cm wide).

6 dan – Shihan (Master) – This name is given to the Master who has been trained more than 15 years and has been exeptional services in the improvement of this sport. The owner of this belt can take exam for 3 dan red belt with the permision of Organization (Federation).
Brown line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat of 6 dan Shihans (Masters) with the condition of getting the belt from International Organization (Federation) (7cm wide).
7 dan – Shihan range (Master of Masters) – This name is given to the master chosen between other masters ( I mean Chief Master). Every one who is called Chief Master has to have particular role in the development of “Jiyutaido”. He’s also to have a great role in the improvement of this sport at an international level. The Chief Master who is called with this title can take exam till 3 dan red belt in regions (other countires) with the permision of International Jiyutaido Organization (Federation).

Black line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat of Chief Master (7cm wide).
8 dan – Kancho (Master of Masters), the Founder. Red belt 8 dan. The owner of this belt is called the President of International Jiyutaido Federation.
Other masters can also get 8 dan red belt, but they will be called Chief Master like in the 7 dan.

Red line is sewn around the circular sleeve on the sleeve of waistcoat of the Master of Masters (7cm wide).

Degrees

There are degrees, besides belts in “Jiyutaido”. Degrees are given according to the belts.
For the young: I degree; II degree; III degree For men and women: I degree; II degree III degree; Candidate for Master of Sport; Master of Sport; Master of Sport with International Degree.

 

Granting degrees in “Jiyutaido”


Master of Sport – To get the 1st-3rd place on World Championship, to get the 1st-3rd place on European Championship and European Cup competitions. Note: With the condition of participation of 16 countries in the competitions and not being less than 12 participants in every weight category.
Candidate for Master of Sport – To get the 1st-3rd place on World Championship (for the 1st place).
Silver and bronze medalists of the World and European Championships (for the 1st place) – Not to be less than 1 dan Black Belt; Champions of Republic – Not to be less than 1 dan black Belt; Medalists of International Tournament being held with the participation of at least 10 countries in addition to being the Champion of Republic – Not to be less than 1 dan Black Belt; 3 times Champions of Republic – Not to be less than 1 dan Black Belt.
I sport degree – With the condition of being the medalists of the World and European Championships (for the 1st place), being the medalists of the competitions of Republic and meeting due sport normatives; II sport degree – With the condition of being the medalists of the competitions of Republic and meeting due sport normatives; III sport degree – With the condition of being the medalists of the competitions of Republic and meeting due sport normatives; Judging and instructor categories according to the mastership degree on the grounds of International norms – These categories are gotten by sitting judging and instructor exams according to the mastership degree.

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