Open NWJV/NWDK - Kata – Tournament
Dieter–Born–Memorial Cup 2021
Event organiser: Nordrhein Westfälisches Dan Kollegium e.V.
Event host: SC - Arashi CoJoBo e.V.
Date: Saturday, 27th November 2021
Place/Dojo: Gymnasium of the Collegium Josephinum Bonn
Sport Director: NWDK - Lehrbeauftragter
Judges: will be invited by the organizer in consultation with the NWDK
(3 judges per mat)
Including following information:
Name, first name, date of birth, email address, club/organisation,
and also specifying if participating as Tori or Uke and in which Kata.
Deadline: 21rd November 2021
The host might close the sign-up list early, if the maximum number of participants is reached prior the deadline.
Entry fee: 35€ per pair and Kata, additional 10€ for each additional Kata (only if same team), payable until 21rd November 2021, to the following account:
SC - Arashi CoJoBo e.V.
IBAN: DE43 3306 0592 0005 1507 27
BIC: GENODED 1 SPW
Bank: Sparda Bank West
Intended use: Kata DB Pokal 2021 Entry fee, name, which Kata, club/organisation, country
Bank slip must be presented at the registration desk on the day of the tournament!
Competitions: Following Kata competitions will be held:
Under 18: Demonstration of the first three groups from the Nage-no-Kata, Te-waza, Koshi-waza and Ashi-waza
Nage-no-Kata, Katame-no-Kata, Kime-no-Kata, Kodokan-Goshin-Jutsu, Ju-no-Kata and Koshiki-no-Kata
Competition area: The Kata tournament will be held on two competition areas. Each competition area has the size of 8x8 meters and will consist of tatami or similar material.
Safety zone (different color then the completion area) will be 2 meters, if the competition areas will be close together/connected the safety zone will be 3 meters.
Two strips of adhesive and clearly visible tape (about 10x50 cm) will mark the starting positions of Tori and Uke (6 meters apart). The center of the competition area will also be marked with a strip of adhesive tape of the same size and type.
Competition mode: IJF/EJU – and DJB rules apply.
Each participant is allowed to start twice per Kata (once as Tori and once as Uke).
The competition will not be divided into groups. Should there be more than 10 pairs per Kata, it may be possible, that the four pairs with the highest grades will have to participate in a final round.
Additional information: Weapons used to perform the Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan-Goshin-jutsu must be clearly distinguishable as dummy/mock-up. Disregarding this rule will result in immediate elimination.
Start entitlement: All persons whose association is affiliated to the IJF / EJU.