DOWN Bucharest Association as affiliate member of SNJU and partner of the Association AGA Down Sindrom Cluj Napoca announces the organization of the “Judo Adaptive Camp Adapted to People with Special Needs” in September 8-10, 2018, a project approved by the Cluj Napoca City Hall, the Local Council of Cluj-Napoca and the Direction of Social and Medical Assistance.
The dust has settled over Beverwijk, as the greatest tournament on the planet is done, and done successfully! This is the aftermovie and we hope it will give you a reason to attend this major Special Needs tournament next year: April 12-14, 2019.
Frövi Judo in Lindesberg will be the second candidate for the organisation of the Open European Special Needs Judo tournament! Please see their invitation below.
Book your flight!
Please book your flights to arrive at Arlanda airport 30/5 2019.
We will have a conference room at the Arlanda airport for your convenience if you have to wait for a while before the bus leaves.
We will also have 2 busses with different departure times for the trip back to Arlanda airport on 2/6/2019.
Open European Special Needs 2019 in Lindesberg Sweden!
Welcome to Frövi Judo and the beautiful town of Lindesberg.
We will have an all-inclusive offer ready soon.
All accommodation will be booked by us.
All options are within walking distance to the venue. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the venue regardless of sleeping accommodation, and will be included in the price.
SNJF have completed the enrollment, poules have been completed and can be found HERE, their volunteer army is briefed and poised to go, and the first guests have arrived from Brasil and Japan.. Brace yourself, for BENG!XX is upon us!
This is the schedule for BENG!XX as published earlier this week. Please subscribe to the specialneedsjudo.nl website to be kept up-to-date on developments.
|Friday evening april 13th 2018|
|15:00 – 17:00||Divisioning workshop (English spoken)
We invite all our judoka and coaches present in NL to attend this workshop, especially the judoka that did not participate in our tournament before, as we will do their actual divisioning during this workshop. Please wear your Gi, it is very interactive!
|17:00 – 18:00||Referee, Rules and Regulations seminar (English spoken)|
|17:00 – 18:00||Weigh-in for judoka already present|
|Saturday april 14th 2018|
|08:00 – 08:30||Weigh-in for remaining judoka|
|09:00 – 12:00||Special Needs World Judo Games 2018
|13:00 – 17:00||SNWJG Kata Tournament|
|17:00 – 18:00||Coach workshop (Come in Gi!)|
|20:00 – 23:00||Party in Assumburg Castle|
|Sunday april 15th 2018|
|09:00 – 12:30||Ben van der Eng Memorial, morning session
Levels 1-5, judoka under 16yrs
|12:30 – 13:30||Intermission, with the ladies band 3eigenwijs!|
|13:30 – 17:30||Ben van der Eng Memorial, afternoon session
Levels 1-5, judoka 16yrs and older
|On Saturday, people who do not participate in the contest can be transported by one of our shuttles to the Beverwijk Bazaar (link in Dutch) where you can have fun and maybe score some cheap bargains! The trip costs 2 Euros vice versa, to be paid to the driver.Pickup will take place at about 17:00 in an agreed spot.|
The SNJU would like to congratulate and the thank the host and organisers of this year’s Pajulahti Games / Special Needs Open European Judo Championships which was held in Finland recently.
The event was a huge success with competitors from all over Europe in attendance.
The weekend started on Thursday with the arrival of the many international delegations to the fantastic Pajulahti Paralympic Sports Centre in Lahti, Finland.
Friday was action filled and kicked off with a huge two hour training session with all the athletes, coaches and officials. The tatami was filled with over 200 people enjoying the playful and social gathering of new and old friends. After training everyone returned to the food hall to refuel for the afternoon divisioning session. Lead by the SNJU team of Tycho, James, Tomas and Cecilia, the athletes were grouped in pools of equal abilities/level and again enjoyed another playful two hour training session.
The organisation of the 20th Beverwijk tournament BXX is calling for all participants who need a visa to come to the Netherlands, to apply for one as soon as possible. Processing time for a visa can take up to 60 days. Read the full article HERE.