LIBERTY BELL JUDO CLASSIC POSTPONED

March 15, 2020

An important announcement from Adam Moyerman, Co-Director of the Liberty Bell:

 

All,

In light of COVID19, the 2020 Liberty Bell Judo Classic will be POSTPONED.

 

Kristin (El Idrissi, tournament co-director) and I are working to determine a later date to hold the tournament and will provide updates as they become available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but everyone’s health and safety is our primary concern.

 

Please stay in the know by consulting the CDCs advice and in the tenet of mutual welfare, be sure to practice social distancing.

 

To those that have already registered Kristin and I will be reaching out over the next week to discuss credits or refunds.

 

Kristin, our former tournament directors, and I appreciate your understanding and all the support we have received from the judo community over the years. Feel free to reach out with any questions and be sure to Stay Safe!

 

Regards,

 

Adam Moyerman

JUDO-AT-HOME Videos

Don’t let your skills deteriorate while you’re watching old Twilight Zone reruns during the shutdown!  Check out this first list of videos that can help keep your technique sharp and your body fit.

Judo-at-Home

 

Twilight Zone Reruns

Coach Certification

SafeSport Certification is now required for all USJF registered clubs. If you have already completed the course and submitted a copy of your certificate, you do not need to resubmit. For more information or to take the course, please visit https://athletesafety.org/

Heads Up concussion training, through the CDC’s website, is a requirement for all members of your USJF registered club who function as teachers at any time. Please advise all of your instructors and assistant instructors of this requirement. The training can be accessed at: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/