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Ai No Shiai Judo at University of Toronto

Japanese Judo is an international Olympic Games sport. In Canada, Judo is governed internationally by the International Judo Federation, nationally by Judo Canada, and provincially by Judo Ontario. The core Judo is shiai and kata. Shiai is formal and refereed competitions between two players, known as Tori and Uke. Kata is a formal demonstration in the form or prearranged patterns of Judo techniques. Judo Ontario sanctions, and promotes, several shiai and kata competitions yearly. The purpose of ASJUOT is to promote, participate and train for Judo shiai tournaments, and Judo kata competitions, so that Judo players may acquire the mandatory skills and knowledge to progress in the art and sport of Judo. ASJUO training and participation is to be done in the spirit of Kodokan Judo, the Kodokan’s founder Jigoro Kano, the International Judo Federation, as well as, Judo Canada's, rules for shiai tournaments, and kata competitions. To accomplish the Club's objectives, regular training/practice sessions will be held, under the direction of a Judo Canada/Ontario qualified volunteer black belt(s), where Tori and Uke pairs may safely acquire the skills, to effectively and safely compete in shia and katal competitions.

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Roy Thistle
Secondary Contact
Gurtej Brar
Mailing Address

Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
St. George
Areas of Interest
Athletics And Recreation
Renewal Date
September 30, 2018

Group Leaders

Gurtej Brar
Roy Thistle