State Team Selection Policy

This policy adopted by the Board August 2019 is for 2020 selection. This policy will be mandatory from the 2020 State Team selection onwards.

State Team Managers policy JQ

SQ State Squad training schedule 2023


Hub document, Incident Injury report Concussion Management Anti doping Junior Judo safety rules. 

Judo Australia Hub Coaching Document Oct 2020

Injury incident Report Judo Qld Nov 2019 up-dated

Concussion Management policy JQ

Anti Doping Policy Judo Australia 2021

Junior Judo Safety rules competing Judoka



Athlete Development

In order to prepare your body for elite judo competition you must train consistently, and part of that training must be focused on developing the physical attributes that underpin successful performance in elite judo athletes. JA in conjunction with the AIS Combat Centre has developed a set of fitness standards that cadet athletes should work towards. In this document are a series of tests you can use to check your progress with Gold, Silver and Bronze targets that are based on the standards achieved by elite Australian and International cadet judo athletes. There is also a weight management chart in the document that will help athletes in setting their target weight for optimum performance.

To assist athletes develop their physical attributes JA has designed a sample introductory strength and conditioning program for athletes who don’t have access to a strength & conditioning coach. This program is a general guide only (e.g. many exercise substitutions are possible) to be used as a starting point for an individualised approach.

https://Aerobic Fitness for Judo JA. Doc

Minimum Fitness Targets for Australian Cadet Judo Athletes JA

Sample Junior Introductory Strength and Conditioning Program JA