World Judo Juniors Championships

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World Judo Juniors Championships
Current event or competition:
2024 World Judo Juniors Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserInternational Judo Federation (IJF)
History
First edition1974 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Editions26
Most recentOdivelas 2023

The World Judo Juniors Championships are the highest level of international judo competition for juniors, 21 years of age or less. The championships are held once every year (except the years when the Olympics take place) by the International Judo Federation, and qualified judoka compete in their respective categories as representatives of their home countries. The World Juniors Championships are the only junior event awarding ranking points for the seniors world ranking list.[1] The last edition of the championships took place in Odivelas, Portugal in 2023.[2]

Competitions[edit]

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 1974 14–15 September Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [3]
2 1976 18–19 December Spain Madrid, Spain [4]
3 1983 10–12 June Puerto Rico Mayagüez, Puerto Rico [5]
4 1986 11–13 April Italy Rome, Italy [6]
5 1990 30 March – 1 April France Dijon, France [7]
6 1992 8–11 October Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [8]
7 1994 3–6 November Egypt Cairo, Egypt [9]
8 1996 3–6 October Portugal Porto, Portugal [10]
9 1998 8–11 October Colombia Cali, Colombia [11]
10 2000 26–29 October Tunisia Nabeul, Tunisia [12]
11 2002 12–15 September South Korea Jeju Island, South Korea [13]
12 2004 14–17 October Hungary Budapest, Hungary [14]
13 2006 12–15 October Dominican Republic Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [15]
14 2008 23–26 October Thailand Bangkok, Thailand [16]
15 2009 22–25 October France Paris, France [17]
16 2010 21–24 October Morocco Agadir, Morocco [18][19]
17 2011 3–6 November South Africa Cape Town, South Africa 75 567 [20][21]
18 2013 23–26 October Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia 89 726 [22][23][24]
19 2014 22–25 October United States Fort Lauderdale, United States 72 518 [25][26][27]
20 2015 23–26 October United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 81 555 [28][29][30]
21 2017 18–22 October Croatia Zagreb, Croatia Dom Sportova 83 590 [31][32][33][34]
22 2018 17–21 October The Bahamas Nassau, The Bahamas Imperial Arena 66 425 [35][36][37][38]
23 2019 16–19 October Morocco Marrakesh, Morocco 81 517 [39][40][41][42]
24 2021 6–10 October Italy Olbia, Italy Geopalace 72 490 [43][44][45][46]
25 2022 10–14 August Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador Arena Fedeguayas VPP 63 373 [47][48][49][50][51][52]
26 2023 4–8 October Portugal Odivelas, Portugal Sports complex Multiusos de Odivelas 68 541 [53][54]
27 2024 2–6 October Turkmenistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan [55][56]

Team competitions[edit]

Mixed team
Year Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2017  Japan  Netherlands  Russia  Germany [65][66][67]
2018  Japan  Brazil  Russia  Kazakhstan [68][69][70][71]
2019  Japan  Russia  France  Georgia [72][73][74][75]
2021  France  Russia  Turkey  Germany [76][77][78][79]
2022  Japan  Turkey  France  Germany [80][81][82]
2023  Japan  France  Brazil  Portugal [83]

Point Contribution to Senior World Ranking List[edit]

Since 2019, World Juniors Championships contribute ranking points equal to an IJF Grand Prix for the Senior World Ranking List as well as Junior WRL points.[84] The points also count towards Olympic Games qualification.[85]

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