Peterborough Championship Series 2018 No1

Peterborough Championship Series 2018 No1

How to get there

Summary

  • When:18th of February @ 10:30
  • Where: Bushfield Leisure Centre, Orton Centre, Peterborough, PE2 5RQ
  • Cost: £20.00 for 1 category, £15.00 for additional categories, £6.00 Spectators
  • Contact: Andrew HIcks, info@peterboroughseries.co.uk, 07974196256
  • Details:

DOOR OPEN 9:30AM – FOR A 10:30AM START.

Kata’s and closes at 10:00am, Children points and Continuous (15 years and under) closes at 10:30am, Adults points and Continuous (16 years and above) and children’s and Adults Grapple and Strike closes at 11:45am.

INSTRUCTORS AND REFEREES MEETING (explaining rules) 10:00am.

Welcome to the 2018 Peterborough Championship Series, brought to you by Torpex Sports; now in its 18th year and growing in support each year. With the growing number of competitors we have added more categories; we now have 160 individual categories.
Including Traditional Open Hand and Weapons Kata, Creative Open Hand and weapons Kata in both Junior and Adults Categories and Open Team Kata.

(2/3 persons, £30 per team (£25 pre reg).

Points Categories for Beginners under 12 months (or first 3 grades) / Intermediate (1 – 3 years) 4th – 7th Grades) / Advanced (3 years plus) 8th grade or above

Continuous Categories for Beginners under 12 months (or first 3 grades) and Intermediate and  Advanced together (1  years above) or 4th  and above

Doors will open at 9.30am for a 10.30am start.

Instructors and Referees talk (explaining rules) 10:00am.

All Kata’s – register by 10:00am – 10:30am start

Children’s points / Continuous Sparring register by 10:30am for an 11:00am start

Adult’s points / Continuous Sparring / MMA register by 11:45am for a 12:15pm starts

First three events will be Qualifiers for U.F.M.A.A. British Championships 2016 (See download pack for more Information).

You can enter on the day or pre register via the downloads at the of the page. You can send your form back by post with cheque or by email and bank transfer.

Please contact me for any assistants. We are working on paypal collection system so keep checking our web sites for updates and full results with photos.

PRE REG PRICE – £15 1st Category – £13 2nd Category

PRICE ON DAY – £20 1st Category – £15 2nd Category

We operate a fair competition policy at all our events. Beginner under 1 years training, intermediate under 2 years training, Advanced over 3 years training. This includes at previous clubs / Schools, other style, private tuition ETC.

IF YOU ARE CAUGHT CHEATING YOU WILL LOOSE ALL YOUR POINTS IN THAT SECTION FROM ANY PREVIOUS EVENT / NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN AND IF YOUR CORRECT SECTION HAS ALL READY STARTED RUNNING YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ENTER. WE PUT OUR TRUST IN THE STUDENTS, PARENTS AND COACHES TO BE HONEST. LET THE REAL BEGINNER / INTERMEDIATES HAVE A CHANCE OR YOU COULD PUT THEM OFF COMPETING IN THE FUTURE, THEN WHERE WILL OUR SPORT BE.

YOU CAN ALSO QUALIFY FROM THE NORFOLK OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS SERIES

www.norfolkopen.moonfruit.com


1. Traditional Open Hand Kata -16 Years
2. Traditional Open Hand Kata +16 Years
3. Traditional Open Weapon Kata -16 Years
4. Traditional Open Weapon Kata +16 Years
5. Creative Kata (None Weapon) -16 Years
6. Creative Kata (None Weapon) +16 Years
7. Creative Kata (Weapon) -16 Years
8. Creative Kata (Weapon) +16 Years
9. Open Team Kata (2 or 3 Persons)
10. Pee Wee’s (Mixed) -4ft (All Grades)
11. Boys -4ft 4” (Beginners)
12. Boys -4ft 4” (Intermediate)
13. Boys -4ft 4” (Advanced)
14. Boys -4ft 8” (Beginners)
15. Boys -4ft 8” (Intermediate)
16. Boys -4ft 8” (Advanced)
17. Boys -5ft (Beginners)
18. Boys -5ft (Intermediate)
19. Boys -5ft (Advanced)
20. Boys -5ft 2” (Beginners)
21. Boys -5ft 2” (Intermediate)
22. Boys -5ft 2” (Advanced)
23. Boys -5ft 4” (Beginners)
24. Boys -5ft 4” (Intermediate)
25. Boys -5ft 4” (Advanced)
26. Boys +5ft 4” (Beginners)
27. Boys +5ft 4” (Intermediate)
28. Boys +5ft 4” (Advanced)
29. Girls -4ft 4” (Beginners)
30. Girls -4ft 4” (Intermediate)
31. Girls -4ft 4” (Advanced)
32. Girls -4ft 8” (Beginners)
33. Girls -4ft 8” (Intermediate)
34. Girls -4ft 8” (Advanced)
35. Girls -5ft (Beginners)
36. Girls -5ft (Intermediate)
37. Girls -5ft (Advanced
38. Girls -5ft 2” (Beginners)
39. Girls -5ft 2” (Intermediate)
40. Girls -5ft 2” (Advanced)
41. Girls -5ft 4” (Beginners)
42. Girls -5ft 4” (Intermediate)
43. Girls -5ft 4” (Advanced)
44. Girls +5ft 4” (Beginners)
45. Girls +5ft 4” (Intermediate)
46. Girls +5ft 4” (Advanced)
47. Ladies (Beginners) -69kg
48. Ladies (Intermediate) -69kg
49. Ladies (Advanced) -69kg
50. Ladies (Beginners) +69kg
51. Ladies (Intermediate) +69kg
52. Ladies (Advanced) +69kg
53. Ladies Veterans (Over 35 years) -69kg
54. Ladies Veterans (Over 35 years) +69k
55. Men’s (Beginners) -64Kg
56. Men’s (Intermediate) -64Kg
57. Men’s (Advanced) 64Kg
58. Men’s (Beginners) -74Kg
59. Men’s (Intermediate) -74Kg
60. Men’s (Advanced) -74Kg
61. Men’s (Beginners) -84Kg
62. Men’s (Intermediate) -84Kg
63. Men’s (Advanced) -84Kg
64. Men’s (Beginners) +84Kg
65. Men’s (Intermediate) +84Kg
66. Men’s (Advanced) +84Kg
67. Men’s Veterans (Over 35 years) -79kg
68. Men’s Veterans (Over 35 years) +79kg
69. Adults Open Weight - Cash prize
70. Children’s Continuous Boys -25kg – Beginners
71. Children’s Continuous Boys -25kg – Intermediate/Advanced
72. Children’s Continuous Boys -30kg – Beginners
73. Children’s Continuous Boys -30kg – Intermediate/Advanced
74. Children’s Continuous Boys -35kg – Beginners
75. Children’s Continuous Boys -35kg – Intermediate/Advanced
76. Children’s Continuous Boys -40kg – Beginners
77. Children’s Continuous Boys -40kg – Intermediate/Advanced
78. Children’s Continuous Boys -45kg – Beginners
79. Children’s Continuous Boys -45kg – Intermediate/Advanced
80. Children’s Continuous Boys -50kg – Beginners
81. Children’s Continuous Boys -50kg – Intermediate/Advanced
82. Children’s Continuous Boys -55kg – Beginners
83. Children’s Continuous Boys -55kg – Intermediate/Advanced
84. Children’s Continuous Boys -60kg – Beginners
85. Children’s Continuous Boys -60kg – Intermediate/Advanced
86. Children’s Continuous Boys -65kg – Beginners
87. Children’s Continuous Boys -65kg – Intermediate/Advanced
88. Children’s Continuous Boys -70kg – Beginners
89. Children’s Continuous Boys -70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
90. Children’s Continuous Boys +70kg – Beginners
91. Children’s Continuous Boys +70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
92. Children’s Continuous Girls -25kg – Beginners
93. Children’s Continuous Girls -25kg – Intermediate/Advanced
94. Children’s Continuous Girls -30kg – Beginners
95. Children’s Continuous Girls -30kg – Intermediate/Advanced
96. Children’s Continuous Girls -35kg – Beginners
97. Children’s Continuous Girls -35kg – Intermediate/Advanced
98. Children’s Continuous Girls -40kg – Beginners
99. Children’s Continuous Girls -40kg – Intermediate/Advanced
100. Children’s Continuous Girls -45kg – Beginners
101. Children’s Continuous Girls -45kg – Intermediate/Advanced
102. Children’s Continuous Girls -50kg – Beginners
103. Children’s Continuous Girls -50kg – Intermediate/Advanced
104. Children’s Continuous Girls -55kg – Beginners
105. Children’s Continuous Girls -55kg – Intermediate/Advanced
106. Children’s Continuous Girls -60kg – Beginners
107. Children’s Continuous Girls -60kg – Intermediate/Advanced
108. Children’s Continuous Girls -65kg – Beginners
109. Children’s Continuous Girls -65kg – Intermediate/Advanced
110. Children’s Continuous Girls -70kg – Beginners
111. Children’s Continuous Girls -70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
112. Children’s Continuous Girls +70kg – Beginners
113. Children’s Continuous Girls +70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
114. Ladies Continuous -60kg – Beginners
115. Ladies Continuous -60kg – Intermediate/Advanced
116. Ladies Continuous -65kg – Beginners
117. Ladies Continuous -65kg – Intermediate/Advanced
118. Ladies Continuous -70kg – Beginners
119. Ladies Continuous -70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
120. Ladies Continuous -75kg – Beginners
121. Ladies Continuous -75kg – Intermediate/Advanced
122. Ladies Continuous -80kg – Beginners
123. Ladies Continuous -80kg – Intermediate/Advanced
124. Ladies Continuous +80kg – Beginners
125. Ladies Continuous +80kg – Intermediate/Advanced
126. Men’s Continuous -65kg – Beginners
127. Men’s Continuous -65kg – Intermediate/Advanced
128. Men’s Continuous -70kg – Beginners
129. Men’s Continuous -70kg – Intermediate/Advanced
130. Men’s Continuous -75kg – Beginners
131. Men’s Continuous -75kg – Intermediate/Advanced
132. Men’s Continuous -80kg – Beginners
133. Men’s Continuous -80kg – Intermediate/Advanced
134. Men’s Continuous -85kg – Beginners
135. Men’s Continuous -85kg – Intermediate/Advanced
136. Men’s Continuous -90kg – Beginners
137. Men’s Continuous -90kg – Intermediate/Advanced
138. Men’s Continuous -95kg – Beginners
139. Men’s Continuous -95kg – Intermediate/Advanced
140. Men’s Continuous +95kg – Beginners
141. Men’s Continuous +95kg – Intermediate/Advanced
142. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -27kg
143. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -32kg
144. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -39kg
145. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -45kg
146. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys 52kg
147. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -59kg
148. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys -65kg
149. Children’s Grapple and Strike Boys +65kg
150. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -27kg
151. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -32kg
152. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -39kg
153. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -45kg
154. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls 52kg
155. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -59kg
156. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls -65kg
157. Children’s Grapple and Strike Girls +65kg
158. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Ladies -69kg
159. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Ladies +69kg
160. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -62Kg
161. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -66Kg
162. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -70Kg
163. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -77Kg
164. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -84Kg
165. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s -93Kg
166. Adult’s Grapple and Strike Men’s +93Kg


Beginners – under 12 months (first 3 grades), Intermediate 1 – 3 years (4 – 7 grades)
Advanced 3 years plus (7 grades or above)
All categories must have at least 4 competitors in or it may be merged with the next category above. Also if any of the Categories are larger than expected they may be spilt into two or more additional categories. All categories merging are at the discretion of the organiser. (These will be split into male and female and closest weight were possible)
How to find out what category you should be in.
If unsure please speak to the competition organiser and your Instructor / Coach.
We run a fair honesty policy, we trust you to choose the correct category.

Rules

Championship Series Rules and Regulations

Fighting Durations

  • Each round will last for one and a half minutes.
  • The final round will last for two minutes.
  • If both fighters have equal points at the end of time then an extra thirty seconds will be added.
  • If at the end of those thirty seconds both fighters still have equal points the winner will be decided by sudden death, which means the winner is the first fighter to score the point (two referees must agree the same point to score).
  • If a competitor fails to show after their name has been called three times they will have two minutes to get to their area fully dressed with the correct safety equipment.

Legal Scoring Techniques

1 Point – Hand technique to the body.
1 Point – Hand technique to the front, side or back of the head.
1 Point – Hand technique to the face (with control)
1 Point – Sweep. (Hands and body must not touch floor).
2 Point – Foot technique to the body
3 Points – Foot technique to the front, side or back of the head.
3 Points – Foot technique to the face (with control).
3 Points – Jumping foot technique to the body.
4 Points – Jumping foot technique to the front, side or back of the head.
Points for jumping techniques will only be awarded if both feet leave and return to the floor without the hands touching the floor.

Illegal Techniques

  • No scoring and dropping to the floor
  • No scoring and stepping out of the area (Additional time may also be added between 10 and 20 seconds)
  • No scoring to the top of the head
  • No scoring to the back
  • No strikes to the neck or shoulders
  • No strikes to joints or below the belt
  • No Backfist or Ridgehand to the body (head only)
  • No grabbing.
  • No dropping, time wasting or refusing to fight deliberately (Additional time may also be added between 10 and 20 seconds)
  • No elbow strikes and spinning back fists
  • No excessive contact (as deemed by referee on the appropriate area)
  • Excessive contact may result in being instantly disqualified.
  • Exiting the Area
  • If a fighter should exit the area they will be deducted one point on the third exit and one point for every exit thereafter. (Unless a fighter is kicked, punched or pushed out of the area).
  • Scoring Rules
  • Scoring rules are majority rules. (Two or more referees must score the same point for the point to be awarded.)
  • If two or more referees score the same technique, but different scoring zones, the lowest point will be awarded.
  • The winner will be the fighter with the most points at the end of time. There is no maximum score.
  • The centre referee on the appropriate area has control. If you have any disagreement with the referee on your area then the head referee will make the final decision.

Round Robin

If a category should be drawn with only three persons in it then there will be a round robin. Each fighter will fight both of the other fighters. The fighter with the most wins will be declared the winner. If the fighters should have equal wins then the fighter with the most overall scored points will be declared the winner. If two fighters both have equal points then they will fight off for first and second place.

Beginners under 12 months (or first 3 grades) / Intermediate (1 – 3 years) 4th – 7th Grades)
Advanced (3 years plus) 8th grade or above

Light Continuous

Beginners under 12 months (or first 3 grades) / Intermediate and Advanced together (1 year or above) 4th grades or above)

Kata

All contestants must present themselves suitably attired and ready to compete. The competitor shall wear a uniform that in his/her opinion best represents the style or form he/she is to perform.The Martial Artist must show that he/she is the Master of his/her body and its movements, and that he/she can complete his/her routine with control, ease, style and exactness. With this in mind, the Officials must first look for good posture, continuity, crispness of movement, and proper technique.

Judges shall use a decimal point system for scores (e.g. 6.5). No music in traditional Kata’s.

Grapple & strike

Weight classes 62kg, 66kg, 70kg, 77kg, 84kg, 93kg, over 93kg Compulsory equipment, gum shield, groin guard, mma style gloves(4oz or 7oz), shin/instep guards (no metal buckles), mma style shorts(no zips or pockets), rashguard or t-shirt. Standard iska amateur c class rules. Full contact No head shots of any kind. No elbow strikes of any description. No small joint manipulation. No neck cranks (including mounted guillotines) No twisting leg locks. No striking to the spine. Takedowns - must be performed with control. No takedown to be performed that causes the opponent to land head 1st. Slams used to defend submission holds are permitted but the opponent may not be lifted more than knee hight of the standing fighter. Ways to win- Opponent signals that the wish the contest to end via submission (tap out or verbally) The referee uses his discretion to call a stop to the contest to avoid injury or deems the fighter unable to register his submission. After the allotted time limit has expired the referee will decide who he believes to have won the contest through effective use of striking, grappling and positional control. This is based on the fight as a whole and as such in the event a fight is deemed to be 1 round a piece the fighter who had the most dominant round will win the decision. Fight duration- 2 x 3 minute rounds.

Warnings

  • An official warning will be issued for:
  • Anything un-sportsman like
  • Refusing to fight
  • Arguing with any of the officials
  • Illegal techniques
  • Talking on the fighting area
  • Not wearing the correct uniform
  • Exiting the area (Additional time may also be added between 10 and 20 seconds)
  • All of these are at the discretion of the referee on the appropriate area and can only be overruled by the chief referee. Any other queries must be taken up with the organisers of these events.

Grand Championship (Only for Kata’s and Semi contact points sparring)

  • You must attend all three of the four events from the series including the last to be awarded with the Grand Championship for your category.
  • School Grand Championship
  • The School / Club with the most overall points and the end of the series will be awarded the School / Club Grand Championship Trophy. The School / Club must attend three of the four events from the series including the last event to be awarded the School / Club Grand Championship