Judo World Masters

The Judo World Masters is an annual invite-only judo competition.[1][2] After being open for only the top 16 ranked judoka in each weight class for its first eight installments, the tournament was expended to host the top 36 of each weight class in 2019.[3][4] The world masters is the only world tour event with no limitation on the number of judoka competing from any single national association.[5]

Judo World Masters
Current event or competition:
2021 Judo World Masters
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserInternational Judo Federation (IJF)
History
First editionSuwon 2010
Editions11
Most recentDoha 2021

CompetitionsEdit

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 2010 16–17 January   Suwon, South Korea 33 168 [6][7]
2 2011 15–16 January   Baku, Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev Sports and Concert Complex 41 205 [8][9]
3 2012 14–15 January   Almaty, Kazakhstan 44 218 [10][11]
4 2013 25–26 May   Tyumen, Russia 41 199 [12][13]
5 2015 23–24 May   Rabat, Morocco 51 223 [14][15]
6 2016 27–29 May   Guadalajara, Mexico Lopez Mateo Sports Centre 51 233 [16][17]
7 2017 16–17 December   Saint Petersburg, Russia Yubileyny Sports Palace 46 214 [18][19]
8 2018 15–16 December   Guangzhou, China Guangzhou Gymnasium 53 231 [20][21]
9 2019 12–14 December   Qingdao, China Conson Gymnasium 67 445 [22][23]
10 2021 11–13 January   Doha, Qatar Lusail Sports Arena 69 398 [24][25][26]
11 2022 19–21 December   Jerusalem, Israel [27]

PointsEdit

As in any IJF World Tour tournament, athletes earn WRL points by competing in IJF World Masters events. points are awarded based on judoka placement in the competition.[1]

Place Points
1st 1800
2nd 1260
3rd 900
5th 648
7th 468
1/16th 288
participation 200

ReferencesEdit

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  22. ^ "2019 World Masters". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 15 August 2021.
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