Project: Education of judo sport clubs

Grant budget: 9 999,00 EUR 

Suported by: 

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. 

Description of project: 
This project will include the organization of three 3-day sparring and technical seminars, which will be attended by at least 45 young people aged 15-25 from Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland. The main task of the project will be to ensure a solution to the problem with the organization and participation in sparring camps of judokas within the countries of Visegrad. In connection with the covid-19 pandemic, training and camps of judokas were limited almost all over the world, which has the effect of reducing the performance of athletes, as they did not have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and competitiveness through sparring matches. Although the individual trainings of individual athletes ensured the maintenance of their fitness and physical performance, the lack of a sparring options was the biggest problem for ensuring match performance, which is the most important part of judo. By carrying out this project, we want to ensure the creation of 3 three-day sparring camps, through which conditions will be created for deepening the knowledge of the participants and increasing their sparring skills. Participants of these camps will be able to increase their match potential and improve their competitiveness at national and international tournaments. 

Project partners:

 1. Športový klub ZEMPLÍN Michalovce – oddiel Judo, o.z.,  

2. Judo SK Královo Pole Brno, z.s., judo club  

3. UKS 6, judo club,

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