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Rules of competition

Rules of Competition

 

Grappling Rules:

Classic Jujitsu Rules are the same but gi is mandatory)


1. Match Time:
Ages 17 and under: 4 minutes or submission, whichever comes first
Ages 18 and up: 7 minute or submission, which ever comes first.

2. Competitors Attire: Gi optional (Rash guard or t-shirt required)

3. Starting Position: Athletes will start in the standing position.

4. Scoring
Takedown from standing 1 point
Sweeps, reversals & passing the guard (establishing a dominant
position for 3 seconds)

Knee-on-stomach position 1 point (3 second control)
Establishing a dominant position for 3 seconds -1 point

 

Winner by judge decision or submission


5. Adult Weight Divisions
See weight categories


6. Personal Hygiene:
Referee judgment for safety of competitors.  Finger and toe nails must
be short.  Athletes may not wear glasses (must wear contacts at their
own risk). All jewelry and body piercing should be removed, or
anything that can injure or endanger themselves or the opponent.

7. Fouls
3 fouls will result in disqualification. (If sever enough, the ref may
disqualify the athlete at that time)
1.No striking at all.
2.No excessive or dangerous throws or throws that use the neck.
3.No small joint manipulation, (fingers and toes manipulation not
allowed,
wrist locks allowed).
4.No heel hooks (10 Year and under), or foot cranks, (straight ankle locks are allowed), eye
jabs or finger chokes.
5.No Butting with the head, eye gouging of any kind, fish hooking.
6.Groin attacks of any kind.
7.Throat strikes of any kind, including, without limitation, grabbing
the trachea.
8.Clawing, pinching or twisting the flesh or grabbing the clavicle.
9.Timidity, including, without limitation, avoiding contact with an
opponent, faking an injury.
10.Interference by the corner

8. Grounds for automatic disqualification (Unsportsmanlike conduct,
disrespect):
1.Engaging in an unsportsmanlike conduct that causes an injury to an
opponent, or is considered disrespectful (i.e. spitting at an opponent).
2. Using abusive language, yelling at a ref or another opponent, or
displaying a general lack of control in attitude, words, or deeds.
3. Flagrantly disregarding the instructions of the referee.

Sport Jujitsu Rules

1) Match Time:
Same as grappling division

 

2) Mandatory Equipment
Hand gear, mouth guard, male groin protection is mandatory, foot gear.

3) Competitors Attire: All competitors must wear a CLEAN uniform.  

4) Adult Weight Divisions

See weight categories


5) Personal Hygiene:
Referee to use good judgment for safety of competitors.  Finger and toe
nails must be short.  Athletes may not wear glasses (must wear contacts
at their own risk). All jewelry and body piercing should be removed,
or anything that can injure or endanger themselves or the opponent

6) Scoring
No points are given for strikes on the ground.

 

Scoring  (1 point for any of these actions)
Strikes
Takedown from standing
Knee-on-stomach position
Sweeps, reversals & passing the guard (establishing a dominant
position for 3 seconds)
Mount: Top, Side, or Rear (with hooks in)

Winner by 3 judges decision or submission


7) Targets
1) Kicks allowed to the torso and outer thigh    
2) Hand strikes allowed to the body
3) Jabs, knees and elbows to the body


8) Fouls
(1st foul, point awarded to opponent, 2nd time two points awarded, 3rd
time disqualification)
1) No strikes to the face area (Eyes, nose, mouth "triangle), groin,
throat, back, spine, kidney, or the knee.  (IN OTHER WORDS, NO CONTACT TO ANY VITAL AREAS)
2) No kicks to the head
3) No knees to the groin or face/head.
4) No excessive or dangerous throws.
5) No excessive contact from strikes of any kind allowed.  
6) No small joint manipulation, (fingers and toes manipulation not
allowed, wrist locks allowed).  
7) No heel hooks (10 and under), or foot cranks, (straight ankle locks are allowed),
eye jabs or finger chokes.
8) No knee bars (10 year and under)
9) No downward strikes from the standing guard position.

10) No strikes on the ground

This is not a full contact, NHB (No Holds Barred) Style or event.  It
is a controlled contact sport.


Any techniques done with malice or intent to cause injury will result
in automatic disqualification.

 

If the competitors get out of the tatami they will restart from the standing position.