Ljublana, Slovenia, October 24-27, 2013
These selection procedures apply to junior (U21) weight categories recognized by the International Judo
Canadian citizenship is a prerequisite in order to be selected for the 2013 Junior World Championships.
Junior National championships 2013 (July 7th, 2013)
Prior to the 2013 Junior National Championships, athletes will be ranked according to Judo Canada’s
point system (NT Policy 3). For the -55kg & -44kg categories, the best results from the Senior Nationals 2013 will be ranked number 1.
If an athlete ranked first in the category, as per Judo Canada’s point system (NT Policy 3), wins the Junior National Championships, he/she will be selected for the 2013 Junior World Championships.
If the athlete ranked first in the category does nto win the 2013 Junior National Championships, then there will be a one match fight-off that same day between the winner of the 2013 Junior National Championships and the athlete ranked first in points. The winner of this match will be selected.
In the situation where more than 1 athlete per weight class is permitted at the 2013 Junior World Championships, an athlete who has a D standard or higher, but who has not won the selection, could be added to the team. A request must be sent to the High Performance Committee of Judo Canada within 10 days following the Junior National Championships. Funding will be evaluated by the High Performance Committee as per the available budget
Judo Canada will fund (budget permitting) the participation of athletes on the 2013 Junior World
Championships Team as follows:
* 100% funded: Athletes winner of the selection with a “D standard’’ (or above) valid at the time of the 2013 Junior World Championships.
*Partially funded (budget permitting): Athletes with “E standard’’ valid at the time of the
2013 Junior World Championships.
Selection is conditional to participation (funded and self-funded) in the following mandatory training
1) 2011 Junior National Championships camp (July