1st INVITATION to the
Ju-Jitsu World Championship and Referee course Wroclaw, Poland 24. – 28. November 2016 Qualifying event for:
Basic schedule Referee course 21st November 2016 Arrival Participants Referee Course 22nd , 23rd 24th November 2016 Referee Course Duo Referee Course Fighting Referee Course Ne-Waza
23rd and 24th November 2016 Arrival of delegations Training 16.00-22.00 (Sportshall, Poznanska street 14,distance from the each hotel 3 km) 24th November 2016 Accreditation Meetings Referee refreshment Duo and Fighting Draw for all days (Hotel Novotel) Weigh-in for 25th Nov. (Hotel Novotel) 25th November 2016 Competition Duo: Women Classic/ Mixed Show Ne- Waza: Men -85, -94, +94 Fighting: Men -56, -62, -69, -77 / Women -70, +70
Weigh-in for 26th Nov. (Sportshall Orbita)
26th November 2016 Competition Duo: Men Classic / Women Show Ne-Waza: Men -56, -62, -69, -77 Fighting: Men -85, -94, +94 / Women -49, -55, -62
Weigh-in for 27th Nov. (Sportshall Orbita)
27th November 2016 Competition Duo Mixed Classic / Men Show Ne-Waza Women all weights
National Team competition: Fighting &newaza
JJIF event Responsibilities:
Eugene DOMAGATA, JJIF General Manager [email protected]
Mobile: +33 6 23 27 43 64 Joe THUMFART, JJIF Sports Director, [email protected]
Mobile: + 49 179 6229672 Henrik SANDBERG, JJIF Referee Director, [email protected]
Organizing National Federation: Polish Ju-Jitsu Association [email protected]
COMPETITION PLACE Sports Hall "ORBITA” Address: 54-239 Wroclaw, ul. Wejherowska 34 GPS coordinates: 51°07'57"N, 16°59'13"E \
OFFICIAL HOTELS For all participants, who need to be accredited, the accommodation in an official hotel can only be booked through the organisers.
For athletes, coaches, referees, medics and officials the Organizing Committee provides hotels in 3 categories on full board base (lunch & dinner is served in the sports hall during three days of competition). Rooms have to be booked minimum for two nights. The prices quoted here are in Euro per person/per night. The organizer is providing official hotel for all delegations, in order to facilitate the meetings, the registration and weigh-in of all athletes. Packaged include Accommodation, Full board (3 meals) and the transport
Category 1 Hotel Novotel**** Wroclaw Address: 53-332 Wroclaw, ul. Powstancow Slaskich 7 Distance from the Sports Hall: 6,5 km (20 min by bus)
Full board (breakfast, lunch & dinner in the venue) Single room
Price per person/per day 130 € 110 €
Category 2 Name: Hotel Diament*** Address: 54-424 Wroclaw, ul. Muchoborska 10 Distance to Sports Hall: 3,5 km (10 min by bus)
Full board (breakfast, lunch & dinner in the venue) Single room
Price per person/per day 115 €
Hotel Ibis*** Wroclaw Address: 53-332 Wroclaw, ul. Powstancow Slaskich 7 Distance from the Sports Hall: 6,5 km (20 min by bus)
Full board (breakfast, lunch & dinner in the venue) Twins room
Price per person/per day
Category 3 Name: Hotel Botique** Address: 54-424 Wroclaw, ul. Kwiska 10 Distance to Sports Hall: 0,7 km (10 min by walk)
Full board (breakfast, lunch & dinner in the venue) Single room
Price per person/per day 105 € 80 €
The binding hotel reservation (Form 3) must be sent to the organizer by October 17th 2016. Reservations will be processed strictly according to the date of booking. In case the requested hotel is fully booked, the federation will be informed and asked to make a new reservation. Reservations can be confirmed only after receiving at least 50 % of the total accommodation cost that must be sent to our bank account before October 17th 2016, otherwise accommodation cannot be guaranteed for your delegation. In case a federation does not send the hotel reservation to the organizers before October 17th 2016 a 10% surcharge will be added to the expenses (in case of bank transfer and in case of cash payment!). Account details: Name of Account Holder: Polski Zwiazek Ju-Jitsu Name of Bank: Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci Bank Polski SA Payment Details: WC 2016/Federation (e.g. WC 2016/Canada) IBAN: PL39102023130000310204855930 BIC:
Transport The OC will arrange transport from International Airport to the official hotel, for all participants who are placed in the official hotel, and also from hotels to the sports hall and, finally back to the airport. Please, provide the organizers exact information about your arrival and departure (means of transport, time and date of arrival, flight number etc.), so they can organize everything on time. NEAREST AIRPORT: Wrocław Nicolaus Copernicus Airport (WRO) NEAREST TRAIN STATION: Wroclaw Glowny Federations are responsible for their own travel to the above mentioned airport or train station.
The organizer will take care of the transportation from the above mentioned airports and railway stations to the official competition hotel and competition venue during the competition for all persons accommodated at the official hotels. Please send Form 4 to the organisers by November 3rd 2016.
VISA The organisers will help with obtaining entry visas for competitors and officials. Please specify all information that is needed in the invitation letters for visas and submit Form 1 and a scanned copy of the first page of the passports until October 17th 2016.
Please check the insecurity of Visa application for your nation:
For Visa request support please contact: [email protected]
Right to participate and categories Athletes must be presented and registered by their National Federation; All competitors must have a legal passport of the nation they represent in the championship and sports passport of their respective nation! The championship is open to all JJIF members! Senior competition for Competitors 18 years and older! participating athletes must be born in 1998 or earlier
In general two (2) competitors per Nation are allowed per category but there is a total limit of competitors per national federation o DUO SYSTEM : Classic: max 6 couple/countries (2 duo mixt, 2 duo men, 2 duo women) Show: max 6 couple/countries (2 duo mixt, 2 duo men, 2 duo women) o JUJITSU FIGHTING : Men : max 10 athletes (max 2/category/country) Women : max 7 athletes (max 2/category/country) o JUJITSU NE-WAZA : Men : max 10 athletes (max 2/category/country) Women : max 7 athletes (max 2/category/country)
Categories of Ju-Jitsu Fighting Women: -49kg; -55kg; - 62kg; - 70kg; +70kg Men: - 56kg; -62kg; -69kg; -77kg; -85kg; -94kg; +94kg Categories of JJIF Ne Waza Women: -49kg*; -55kg; - 62kg; - 70kg; +70kg Men: - 56kg*; -62kg; -69kg; -77kg; -85kg; -94kg; +94kg Categories of Duo-System:
Women; Men; Mixed
Categories of Duo-Show-System: Women; Men; Mixed Fighting System National Teams: One Team of: • Men: -62kg, -69kg, -77kg, -85kg, +85kg • Women: -62kg, +62kg Or Mixed team competition* *to be confirmed by JJIF Session 2016
Weigh-in The athletes’ official weigh-in will always be scheduled the day before the competition. Athletes competing in more than one discipline (Fighting and Ne-Waza) must weigh in for each competition separately without any tolerance in weight. National Fighting Team competition athletes having fought at the individual championships will not be weighted–in again! athletes participating only at the team championship must pass the weigh-in control the day before the competition (21st Nov.).
Financial conditions Participation fee competitors (as JJIF financial rules): € 85,- per participant ($ 95,00) Administration fee $ 100,- (€ 90,00) per participant/ accreditation only if not booking the accommodation and transport package trough organizer! Please make payment before October 2, 2016. Account details: Account holder: Polski Zwiazek Ju-Jitsu Name of Bank: Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci Bank Polski SA Payment Details: WC 2016/Federation (e.g. WC 2016/Canada) IBAN: PL39102023130000310204855930 BIC:
Referees The participating countries have the obligation to attend with qualified referees. The penalty of 800 Eur/per missing referee is according to the JJIF Financial Rules. According to the JJIF rules, the obligation to bring qualified referees does not refer to federations that have been members for less than 3 (three) years.
Referee course A referee course of two days, in Duo and Fighting, and a referee refreshment for Duo and Fighting will be offered for the referees! A special Ne-Waza Referees training will be held for 3 days. Any examination consists of a theoretical test (in English language!!) and a practical exam. (Referee course for license and examination costs each EUR 100,-) Ju-Jitsu gi and protectors All competitors must have and use white Ju-Jitsugi according with the JJIF rules for official competitions. Please observe the regulations of the JJIF as far as advertising on the Ju-Jitsugi is concerned. Rules and draw - JJIF Competition Rules, JJIF Competition Organization and Planning. We make an appeal to all participants to respect fair-play and JJIF Book of Ethics! (actual competition rules are provided also on the official web site of JJIF www.jjif.org );
- Computer program, approved by JJIF; - Draw will be made by the JJIF Sports Director and responsible officials from the National Federation (max 2 per NF), together with the IT specialist – the approved program will be used for the draw; - The draw will be done for all competition days and it is final! - If a competitor will not have the correct weight at weigh-in or if the birth dates are not correct, he/she will stay in a pool/table but will automatically loose the matches.
Anti-doping Control All members should make their competitors aware that there could be a doping control for several athletes. If you have entered in the Championship and are taking any medication or plan to take any medication, please check with your doctor whether your medication contains any substances on WADA's 2016 Prohibited List ( https://wada-mainprod.s3.amazonaws.com/resources/files/wada-2016-prohibited-list-en.pdf ) You will need a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE), if it does. JJIF automatically recognizes all TUEs issued by National Anti-Doping Agency (NADAs), so please contact your NADA if you need a TUE and do not already have one. If you have any difficulty in applying for a TUE through your NADA or there is no NADO in your country, please contact the JJIF TUE Committee Director, Mr. Paco Luis Gomez ([email protected]
Liability Neither the organizers of the event, nor the National Federation (or any of its officials or members) will be liable or responsible for any personal injury nor for any loss or damage to any property arising out of participations and travelling in connection with this championship. Coaches and team leaders are responsible to make sure that all participants are physically fit, prepared and capable to cope with the championship.
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FEDERATIONS Medical Certificate The sex certificate and the medical certificate of the competitors are not required. The competitors will compete under the full responsibility of the federations. Insurance Each federation is responsible for insuring its competitors against ’injury and third part risk (public liability)’ during the period of the championships. The European Judo Union declines all responsibility. Attitude of Competitors The federations are responsible vis-à-vis the IJJF concerning the general attitude of their competitors. Image of Athletes The federations are responsible to have obtained the rights for the IJJF to use the competitor’s image in whichever way it considers it necessary for the promotion of the sport. Neither the organizer of the event, nor the European Judo Union (nor any of its officials or members) will be liable or responsible for any personal injury nor for any loss or damage to your property arising out of your participation and travelling in connection with these events.
Dress code Coaches accompanying the athletes to the tatami will wear the national team track suit with sports shoes (closed). For the finals, formal clothes (jacket, tie) are recommended. Athletes on the podium will wear the white competition gi, without any additional materials on their persons (flags, religious symbols, bottles of water, slippers etc.), according to SportAccord guidelines. Flags and Anthems Don’t forget to check the flag and anthem of your country with the organizer when you arrive. We suggest that you bring with you your national anthem (short version) to avoid any possible problem.
Registration to the event until 30th October 2016
Only in writing, to: [email protected]
Appendix: Statement about liability
NATION/TEAM:__________________________________ RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL (capital letters please):________________________
STATEMENT Of accepting general conditions for participating at the event as defined in Invitation to the event, accepting JJIF Competition Organizing and Planning and fair-play in general, and accepting responsibilities and liabilities as follows: Legality and right to participate. We are fully aware that all competitors must have a legal passport and sports passport of their respective nation! Medical certificate is needed, not older than 12 months, certifying their fitness for competition. Competitors that will reach the proper age in the present year (from 1.1 to 31.12) have the right of participation in designate category. Responsibility. We hereby attest the responsibility that coaches and team leader are responsible to make sure that all participants are physically fit, prepared and capable to cope with championship. Liability. We understand and recognize the right to the O.C., JJIF and National Federation not to accept any liability what so ever. Neither the organizers of the event, nor the Thailand Ju-Jitsu Association, JJAU or JJIF (or any of their officials or members) will be liable or responsible for any personal injury nor for any loss or damage to any property arising out of participations and travelling in connection with this championship. Anti-doping. We are aware that there could be a doping control for several athletes in all JJIF competition systems.
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