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2011 New Jersey State Judo Championships at YWCA Princeton April 3, 2011


Date:            Sunday, April 3, 2011

Time:            9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location:            YWCA Princeton, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, NJ

Cost:            $5 spectators; $35 to compete

Event Info:     and



The 2011 NJ State Championships for all divisions (male, female, juniors and adults) will be held on Sunday, April 3rd at the YWCA Princeton on 59 Paul Robeson Place. The public is invited to attend and cheer on nearly 200 competitors from across the state.


As a USA Judo sanctioned event, winners will be eligible to compete in the 2011 USA Judo Senior Nationals in Orlando, Florida in late April and the USA Judo Junior Nationals to be held in Toledo, Ohio in July.


State Championship Schedule

9:30 am            All junior boys (5-12 yrs)

            All junior girls and all senior women

10:45 am            Senior male light and middle weight divisions

11:30 am            Junior boys (13-16 yrs)

12:30 pm            Senior male upper weight division


Judo is a sport, an art, a discipline, a social activity, a means of defense, a fitness program, and a way of life. It is a mental and physical education based on combat discipline. Spectators will observe the self-discipline and respect of not only one's self, but of others, during the competition. Judo is a sport that welcomes all ages, genders, weights, and abilities. The benefits are numerous, and it is an activity for developing overall body coordination, improving balance, increasing flexibility, creating confidence, and an excellent activity for overall conditioning.


Judo experts and elite athletes, including many who have competed internationally, will be on hand to answer questions and explain the finer points of the sport.


For more information, please visit,, or contact Cory Cuomo at 609-497-2100 ext. 334.