The video below was taken in London in 2012.
The athletes at the 30th Summer Olympics,
This is a video against reversal of judgment from induction.
This is an incident that caused the whole nation to be furious.
He was infuriated by the judgment and the reversal of the verdict.
“It doesn’t make sense. “How could this happen?” Angrily.
A lot of people were angry with the announcer caster’s cry.
But every single expert on this case has come forward.
Cause analysis, and this and this and that, we’re gonna make it right.
I didn’t point out anything, but I was soaked in soup, and we just vented our anger together.
There was an article that said he was right about the reversal, but he just buried.
The head of the Judo Association’s Judo Commission is more likely than to be dominant aggressive
A player who succeeds in a valid attack wins the judgment.
So there was only an article saying that the reversal of the decision was right.
We’re still looking at Olympic misjudgment on one channel or another.
It is often introduced.
However, I think it should be introduced as a correct case of reversal of judgment.
With the right reversal of judgment that saved the wrongful player based on the rules.
In the past, induction was a four-stage judgment system.
And technology success also required four elements.
High intensity, elasticity, speed, control when trying technology
With these four things in place, the opponent’s back…
You have to fall on the mat to get one round.
Depending on that level, there were four levels of judgment system.
Ipon one round / Wari half / Yuko effective / kouka effect
And it’s not marked on the scoreboard, but it says Kinsa.
We’ve been eliminating Yoko/Effective since 2017.
Simply changed to half of the Ipon Wari.
That’s why the judgment I’ve given to Hyo-hyo,
It’s all been processed in half.
The video above was taken before the Golden Score.
And it’s a competition that’s not valid.
There’s something that even the players and the leaders don’t know about judo.
One round / half / valid / and in addition to the judging criteria,
There is something to refrain from, but there is a kinsa that I mentioned earlier.
The scoreboard should not be marked, but the referee must remember.
You attacked an opponent and you succeeded, but you didn’t get a point.
The attack is called kinsa and is applied to the judgment.
On the extension, the player leads the game,
I was more aggressive but didn’t succeed in a good attack.
On the other hand, the Japanese player succeeded in the mech technique as shown in the 8 seconds video.
The Japanese player succeeded in 주짓수 technology close to the effective point.
This is not marked on the scoreboard by the name of kinsa.
This is because a lot of players are winners, so for the sake of judgment,
The referee has to count inward.
If this is the same, the more aggressive player will be the winner.
But the judges at the time forgot the rules.
Look at the overall flow of the competition, i.e. the initiative.
He thought the player won.
No matter how aggressively you took the lead in the first trial,
A Japanese player who succeeded in a big point move, like a big point winner,
It should have been decided as the winner because of kinsa.
No matter how effective it may be,
It’s like you can’t beat one half.
The reversal of the decision at the time,
A member of the judging panel said he had a problem with the decision.
I made a proposal to the chairman, and he accepted it.
I’m going to read the video.
And after the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the decision was reversed.
There’s a process in place to reverse the decision.
There was no problem with the reversal of the decision.
And there’s something similar in Jiu-Jitsu.
The referee can’t see it on the scoreboard.
There’s something in judo that the referee should remember, like kinsa.
It reflects this when everything is the same when judging.
Who’s close to submission?
I remember if it was close to the point.
It’s supposed to be reflected in the decision.
ex) If you’ve turned over an opponent from your guard, but you can’t get up.
You do not receive advantage, but it is a valid attack.
I got the Ambana Kimura grip, but I’m not gonna let the opponent’s defense…
If you fail to open the grip, you will not receive an advantage.
However, it is a valid attack.
These attacks are not worth the point or the advantage.
Effective attacks require the referee to count.
After the game, we’ll figure out who has a lot of dormant attacks.
Reflects on the decision.
That is, no matter how aggressively dominant you are in a game,
If he played, but he didn’t make a valid attack,
The player who has made even one valid attack will be the winner.
99 advantage points, 2 sweep points.
It is the same case that a successful player wins.
I don’t know these things from the players and the leadership Seconds.
There are cases of protest.
One effective attack, rather than the dominant one,
It’s a requirement for victory.
As mentioned above in the Olympic Games, the rules of the competition.
The average person can’t know the details, so he’s got the wrong anger
I can express it. As long as the judges know about the rules,
The same thing will be repeated for ordinary people.
He’s angry because he doesn’t know the detailed rules of a leader or a player.
It’s also necessary to spread the rules so that they can be understood.
I think it’s the role of referee, leader and players.
Athletes or leaders shall also be familiar with the rules in detail;
Even though we’ve applied the right rules,
You should not be stressed out because you are upset and angry.