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Instructions
  • Choose a Subject/Points by clicking on it.
  • When an answer comes up, think of the question in your head or write it on a piece of paper.
  • Left-Click to see if u are correct.
  • If correct, write down your score for that question.
  • Click on “Back to Board” and choose another Subject/Points.

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history 100
The Founder of the Martial Art “Judo”.

Who is Dr. Jigoro Kano?

History100

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history 400
The name of the Boat that the founder of Judo died on, on his way back from a meeting.

What is The Hikawa Maru?

History400

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history 500
The President that did Judo and had Judo in the White House.

Who was President Theodore Roosevelt?

History500

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history 600
The time of day (Tokyo time), day, month, and year that the Founder died.

What is at 5:33 a.m., May 5, 1938? (Tokyo time)

History600

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kata forms 400
The forms of throwing. 15 selected throws executed both left & right to train the participants in body control and appreciation of judo techniques.

What is Nage no Kata?

Kata (Forms)400

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kata forms 600
The name of all the katas ever made in Judo.

What is

Nage no kata, Katame no kata, Ju no kata, Kodokan Goshin Jutsu, Kime no kata, Koshiki no kata, Joshi Judo Goshinho, Itsutsu no kata, Renkoho waza, Kime Shiki, Seiryoku Zen’yo Kokumin Taiiku, Nage-waza-ura no kata, Gonosen no kata, Kaeshi no kata, and Go no kata?

Kata (Forms)600

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shiai tournaments 300
Hold Broken, a command given by a referee to indicate to the timekeeper, the contestants and the onlookers generally that a contestant has effectively broken the hold by which was being secured.

What is Toketa?

Shiai (Tournaments)300

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shiai tournaments 400
A win by superiority.

What is Yuseigachi?

Shiai (Tournaments)400

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shiai tournaments 500
The name of the first four Judo Olympians.

Who are James Bregman, Ben Campbell, Paul Maryam, George Harris?

Shiai (Tournaments)500

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miscellaneous 100
A Senator in Colorado that was a Judo Olympian.

Who is Senator Ben “Nighthorse” Campbell?

Miscellaneous100

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miscellaneous 500
The Bushi method of committing suicide.  Normally erroneously called 'Hara-kiri‘.

What is Seppuku?

Miscellaneous 500

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vocabulary 500
A form of wrestling in which clothes are worn by the contestants. The clothes and belt (encircling the waist twice) allow for greater range of technique.  The depth of this Martial Art in the use of Tachiwaza (techniques done in the standing position) and Newaza (techniques done in the groundwork positions) require skill plus physical and mental fitness being increasingly raised to an extremely high standard.  In promotion examinations (grading contests) no allowance is conceded to size or weight; success depends solely on the individual's attributes.

What is Judo?

Vocabulary500

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