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Contents Timing Timing of Bouts Scoring Warnings Penalties Symbols used on the Scoresheet Referee Signals Recording on the Drawsheet Recording on the Scoresheet Competition Drawsheet

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Contents

  • Timing

  • Timing of Bouts

  • Scoring

  • Warnings

  • Penalties

  • Symbols used on the Scoresheet

  • Referee Signals

  • Recording on the Drawsheet

  • Recording on the Scoresheet

  • Competition Drawsheet

  • Individual Scoresheet

  • Team Scoresheet

  • Repechage Matrix

  • Recording for Kata

  • Number of Kata required

  • Style Kata list Goju Ryu – Wado Ryu – Shotokan

  • Style Kata List Shito Ryu

  • Questions


Timing

  • The clock always starts when the referee calls Hajime and stops when the referee calls Yame. Timekeeper activated on the scoreboard

  • A 10 second to go buzzer or similar sound should be given by the timekeeper, at this point the referee will call Atoshibaraku. Automatically activated on the scoreboard

  • A time up buzzer or similar sound should be given by the timekeeper Automatically activated on the scoreboard


Timing of Bouts

  • Duration of bouts are defined as -

  • 3 Minutes for senior males Team & Individuals3 Minutes for under male under 21’s

  • 2Minutes for senior females Team & Individual2 Minutes for female under 21’s

  • 2 Minutes for Junior and Cadet categories Team & Individual


Scoring

  • Yuko – 1 Point 1 Point is added to the contestants scoresheet by the scorekeeper & the Yuko button depressed on the scoreboard by the timekeeper

    • Chudan or Jodan Zuki – Example Video

    • Chudan or Jodan Uchi

  • Wazari – 2 Points2 Points are added to the contestants scoresheet by the scorekeeper & the Waza Ari button depressed on the scoreboard by the timekeeper

    • Chudan Kicks – Example Video

  • Ippon – 3 Points 3 Points are added to the contestants scoresheet by scorekeeper & the Ippon button depressed on the scoreboard by the timekeeper

    • Jodan Kicks – Example Video

    • Any scoring technique delivered on a thrown or fallen opponent – Example Video


  • Warnings - Category 1 & 2

    • It should be noted that warnings can be given cumulatively or directly. There is no requirement for a referee to work up in stages, Hansoku Chui for instance can be given immediately if seen to be appropriate for the level of offence. Warnings do not cross accumulate. It is possible to have Hansoku Chui in both category 1 and category 2.

    • Chukoku Example VideoThe relevant CAT 1 or CAT 2 button should be pressed on the scoreboard. The first box should be marked on the scoresheet

    • Keikoku Example Video The relevant CAT 1 or CAT 2 button should be pressed again on the scoreboard, or the required amount to total 2 penalties on that particular category. The second box should be marked on the scoresheet

    • Hansoku Chui Example Video The relevant CAT 1 or CAT 2 button should be pressed again on the scoreboard, or the required amount to total 3 penalties on that particular category. The third box should be marked on the scoresheet


    Penalties - Category 1 & 2

    • It should be noted that penalties can be given cumulatively or directly. There is no requirement for a referee to work up in stages, Hansoku or Shikaku can be given immediately if seen to be appropriate for the level of offence

    • Hansoku Example Video Disqualification, the bout is awarded to the opponent. The relevant CAT 1 or CAT 2 button should be pressed again on the scoreboard, or the required amount to add 4 penalties to that particular category. The fourth box should be marked on the scoresheet. In team matches the score should be recorded as 8-0 in favour of the opponent, regardless of the scores on the scoreboard and scoresheet at the time of the disqualification

    • Shikaku Example Video Dishonourable disqualification. The contesatnt is no longer permitted to compete in the competition in any categories. The offender is required to leave the arena and take no further part in any activity. In team matches the score should be set to 8-0 in favour of the opponent, regardless of the scores on the scoreboard and scoresheet at the time of the disqualification


    Symbols used on the Scoresheet

    • Placed in the results box signifies a win

    • X Placed in the results box signifies a loss

    • Placed in the results box signifies a draw

    • KK Placed in the results box signifies forfeiture of the bout. In team matches the score should be set at 8-0 in favour of the opponent

    • S Placed in the results box signifies a dishonourable disqualification, (Shikaku). In team matches the score should be set at 8-0 in favour of the opponent


    Referee Signals

    Followed By

    Or

    Or

    Followed By

    Or

    Or


    Recording on the Drawsheet

    • All entries need to be clear and legible.

    • It is important to record the names of winning competitors clearly. They will become necessary for both working out the repechage, and awarding the medals.

    • When working out the repechage, it is important to mark all competitors each finalist has beaten. The first two competitors beaten by finalist “A” are then paired up, the winner then competes against the third competitor to lose to finalist “A” and so on, until all beaten competitors by finalist “A” have eliminated each other apart from the winner. This person is a Bronze medal winner. This process is repeated for finalist “B” establishing the second, and joint Bronze medal winner.


    Recording on the Scoresheet

    • All entries need to be clear and legible.

    • Final scores need to be recorded accurately. In the case of team matches draws need to be settled using aggregate scores. In team and individual matches scores are required as a back up should the scoreboard fail.

    • Warnings and penalties need to be recorded accurately. The referee or tatami chief may need to refer back to the amount and type of warnings or penalties imposed.


    Drawsheet(Top Half)

    Mitchel Bradley

    Mitchel Bradley

    Jamie Steenberg

    Oliver Dearing

    Spencer Lyth

    Finalist from top half of draw

    Oliver Dearing

    Oliver Dearing

    Teerth Dhesi




    Repechage Matrix

    Bronze medalist from top half of draw


    Recording for Kata Competition

    • No scoresheet is used for competition, a drawsheet is all that is required.

    • Entries made on the drawsheet will mirror those on a Kumite drawsheet, e.g. the winner/winning team promoted to the next round.

    • The scoretable are responsible for counting the flags to record the winner.

    • The only time restriction will relate to team medal matches, where 5 minutes will be allowed for the entire Kata and bunkai performance. This is timed from the initial team bow at the edge of the area, and terminates as the team do their final bow after the performance.

    • The repechage system will be used


    Number of Kata Required

    • This graph shows the amount of Kata required by competitors of teams depending on the number of entries. Byes are counted as competitors or teams.





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