5th International Sparkassen

Adler Cup 2019

YOUTH JUDO TOURNAMENT U9 - U18 M/F

5th International Sparkassen

Adler Cup 2019

YOUTH JUDO TOURNAMENT U9 - U18 M/F






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Nearly all slots taken

Less than 95% taken

Less than 50% taken

U9 m
U9 f
U11 m
U11 f
U12 m
U12 f
U14 m
U14 f
U15 m
U15 f
U17 m
U17 f
U18 m
U18 f

Schedule / Agenda

The tournament is officially regulated by the rules for the young of the State Judo Association (HJV) and the German Judo Association (DJB). Minimum graduation is 7th Kyu (yellow) with the exception of U9/U11 where it is 8th Kyu (white-yellow). Referees are made available by the organiser.

Saturday, 26th October 2019

Age Group Gender Weigh-in Start Weigh-in End
U9 m 07:45 08:15
U9 f 07:45 08:15
U12 m 08:30 09:30
U12 f 08:30 09:00
U15 m 10:30 11:30
U15 f 10:30 11:00
U18 m 14:00 15:00
U18 f 15:00 15:30
 
DAILY SCHEDULE
 
07:15 Club registration is open
08:15 Opening Ceremony: All Age Groups in Judogi
20:30 Last competition finished

Competition starts promptly upon end of weigh in. Award ceremonies will take place promptly upon finishing one age group (m and f together).

Sunday, 27th October 2019

Age Group Gender Weigh-in Start Weigh-in End
U11 m 07:30 08:15
U11 f 07:30 08:15
U14 m 08:30 09:30
U14 f 08:30 09:30
U17 m 11:30 12:30
U17 f 12:30 13:00
 
DAILY SCHEDULE
 
07:15 Club registration is open
08:15 Opening Ceremony: All Age Groups in Judogi
16:00 Sparkassen Special Award and 500 Euro are awarded
18:15 Last competition finished

Competition starts promptly upon end of weigh in. Award ceremonies will take place promptly upon finishing one age group (m and f together).

At the End of Both Days:
Award Ceremonies of the Best 3 Teams of the Day

Additionally on Sunday:

  • Adler Cup Trophy Ceremony
  • Talent Award Ceremony with 500 Euro prize money

Weight Classes and Tournament Mode

U9, U11 Round Robin (U9), up to 16' Double Elimin.Syst. (U11)
U12
m: -26 / -28 / -31 / -34 / -37 / -40 / -43 / -46 / -50 / +50 kg
und f: -28 /-30 /-33 /-36 /-40 / -44 / -48 / -52 / +52 kg
U14
m: -31 / -34 / -37 / -40 / -43 / -46 / -50 / -55 / -60 / +60 kg
und f: -30 / -33 / -36 / -40 / -44 / -48 / -52 / -57 / +57 kg
U15
m: -34 / -37 / -40 / -43 / -46 / -50 / -55 / -60 / -66 / +66 kg
und f: -33 / -36 / -40 / -44 / -48 / -52 / -57 / -63 / +63 kg
U17
m: -43 / -46 / -50 / -55 / -60 / -66 / -73 / -81 / -90 / +90 kg
und f: -40 / -44 / -48 / -52 / -57 / -63 / -70 / -78 / +78 kg
U18
m: -43 / -46 / -50 / -55 / -60 / -66 / -73 / -81 / -90 / +90 kg
und f: -40 / -44 / -48 / -52 / -57 / -63 / -70 / -78 / +78 kg

Planned Tournament Mode (per weight class):
Up to 5 Participants: Round Robin
Up to 32 Participants: Modified Double Elimina on System
> 33 Participants: Elimination System w/dbl Repechage

The organizer reserves the right to change the tournament mode depending final number of participants.

The Following Age Groups Are Admitted

DOUBLE ENTRIESallowed
U9 m/f born in 2012, 2011
U11
m/f born in 2011, 2010, 2009
(U9/U11: Under the rules of U12)
U12 m/f born in 2010, 2009, 2008
U14
m/f born in 2008, 2007, 2006
(Under the rules of U15)
U15
m/f born in 2007, 2006, 2005
U17
m/f born in 2005, 2004, 2003
(Under the rules of U18)
U18 m/f born in 2004, 2003, 2002
Rules, Regulations and Instructions for Both Days, Course/Clinic Fees

Greeting

Peter Feldmann

Dear judo friends,

as the mayor of Frankfurt I am particularly pleased to welcome again this year the biggest German children’s judo tournament, the International Adler Cup, to our city. I am very happy to have the opportunity to be its patron.

I want to thank the TSG Nordwest 1898 e.V. for organising this fantastic tournament. Its members are not only dedicated athletes, but also attentive hosts!

It wouldn’t be possible to organise such a big tournament without the help of many volunteers. I would particularly like to thank all the members of the association who led by example and committed themselves to the extensive organisation of the Adler Cup.

The sporting competition will take centre stage on this weekend. But despite their ambition: fairness and respect for the opponent is a matter of course for our young athletes.

I wish the best of luck to all athletes and an exciting tournament for the numerous spectators.

Peter Feldmann
Mayor of Frankfurt

Peter Feldmann

Greeting

Peter Beuth

Ladies and gentlemen,
dear athletes,

I send you the best wishes from Hesse’s state government and Hesse’s Ministry of the Interior and Sport on the occasion of the Adler Cup.

Hesse is a sports-loving state; we are host to many international sport events. It is a great honour to be able to organise such a large judo youth tournament and I am happy and proud to be the patron of this event again. During the many exciting competitions, the visitors will experience not only speed and precision, but also concentration and endurance. The fact that many of Hesse’s cities regularly organise professional international tournaments in many different disciplines is very exciting and perfectly shows our love of sports. As Hesse’s sports minister I am particularly pleased that the tournament is so very well received. 2.600 athletes from 41 countries will take part in the tournament this year.

First and foremost, we have to give special thanks to our volunteers: without their exceptional work, the tournament wouldn’t be possible, since every Adler Cup requires a lot of preparation and organisation. I am sure that the audience as well as all athletes will very much enjoy the tournament.

I wish much success to the organisation team and to the athletes a fair and safe competition.

Best regards,
Peter Beuth

Peter Beuth
  • Peter Feldmann

    Peter Feldmann

  • Peter Beuth

    Peter Beuth

ASD

Helpers Wanted!

Apply Now! Adler Cup Referees Wanted!

We look for Judo referees with a national A/B-license (or equivalent) or an IJF license. Our head referee, Stefan Himmler, will vet each application and give timely feedback. Upon acceptance, you will be part of an international high class referee team giving Adler Cup its professionalism and international standing. Referees are well paid according to the German referee fee tables.

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Adler Cup is looking for Scoreboard Keepers and Timekeepers. Please Apply!

Adler Cup has grown to one of the largest European judo youth tournaments and in order to maintain our professionalism and respect for Judo, we are looking for scoreboard keepers and timekeepers that are aiding the referees per competition tatami. Scoreboard keepers and timekeepers will work with a special Adler Cup version of the well known judo software: Meisterschaftsmanager, in our case a network version with multiple planning features added to the standard set, but easy to operate. We will pay an allowance per accepted applicant supporting Adler Cup in these very important roles. This might be an interesting role for young referees with smaller national licenses.

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Overnight stays now possible

This year you'll have the possibility to stay overnight in our hall. You can book your overnight stay on your club's page.

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Courses

We don’t know who will be part of the trainers for the Power Boys / Ippon Girls this year yet. If you already want to book one of the coures, you can do that on your clubs account

Book here

Power Boys

The two courses are aimed at IPPON Girls and POWER Boys aged 8 through 17 years from the 7th Kyu. There are experienced top athletes on the tatami. After the course there will be an autograph signing session. The training content is adapted to the skills of the athletes. It is also possible to do Randori during the course.

Enroll today as spaces are limited!

Cost POWER Boys: 15 Euro

IJF-Superstar: Radu Ivan

Radu Ivan competed at Olympic Games and World Championships and medalled twice at European Championships. Silver in 1998 and bronze in 1997. He won World Cups in Leonding, Munich and Den Bosch and won the European Club title with Abensberg in 1997 and 2000. In 2018 he made a comeback and became World Champion at the IJF Veteran World Championships in Mexico.

Radu is a one of a kind coach with a long experience of building national and international superstars.

Ippon Girls

The two courses are aimed at IPPON Girls and POWER Boys aged 8 through 17 years from the 7th Kyu. There are experienced top athletes on the tatami. After the course there will be an autograph signing session. The training content is adapted to the skills of the athletes. It is also possible to do Randori during the course.

Enroll today as spaces are limited!

Cost IPPON Girls: 15 Euro

Christina Faber
  • Nationalkader
  • Bundesliga Kämpferin JC Wiesbaden
  • European Cup U21 Leibnitz, 1. Platz (2019)
  • European Championships U23 Gyˆr, 2.Platz (2018)
  • European Championships U21 Sofia, 2.Platz (2018)
  • European Mixed-Team Championships Sofia, 3.Platz (2018)
  • European Cup U21 Berlin, 1. Platz (2018)
  • European Cup U21 La Coruna, 1. Platz (2018)
  • Deutschemeisterin U21 (2018), U18 (2016)

Selbstverteidigung

The self-defense course at the Adler Cup is aimed at young people and adults over 14 years. The course is suitable for beginners as well as for advanced students. This year's topic is the basics of self-defense.

Florian serves as a law enforcement instructor with international experience in the community. This course is best suited for all accompanying coaches and companions and very popular.

Cost Self-Defense course: 25 euros

Florian Bagus
4th Dan Judo, A-Coach Krav Maga Instructor, Krav Maga Level G4

BJJ

The BJJ course is for everyone who wants to improve their ground work.

Cost BJJ course: 25 Euro

Zafer Sönmez
Brown belt BJJ, over 10 years BJJ experience
ASD

Main Platinum Sponsor

The Adler Cup Medals