Dear sport friends, respected members from the JJEU/JJIF Sport Federations. This year is a great year for ju-jitsu. We have organised very successful ETM to prove that athletes, referees and coaches can and should work together for the benefit of development, we have had two big grand slam events in Paris and Gelsenkirchen and successful organisation of the EC Seniors in Banja Luka (BIH). General Assembly approved the Resolution on the Mission, Values and Vision of the JJEU 2017 – 2014 and set a Strategy for the future.
Last weekend another great event closed on exactly the same date as 40 years ago a charter has been signed which represent the milestone on our legacy – that day European Ju-Jitsu Federation was established.
We would like to thank the Romanian Martial Arts Federation and its Ju-Jitsu Department, staff and volunteers and any other partners, not mentioned, for the organisation of the European Championship Aspirant & Juniors – it has been remarkable event. Step by step the organizers of big events give the us assurance that we can proceed with our strategy of development as planned at last JJEU General Assembly.Continue reading “”
Bucharest, 26 October 2017. Late afternoon the President met the referee group of the Championship. In two hours he presented and share the activities and plans of the Board for the future, emphasising the Resolution on Mission, Values and Vision 2017 – 2024 and Strategy “10-5-30” in continuation of the debate. The main objective of the discussions was to introduce the referees with the development which will affect referee work (Working Group results, evaluations, testing of the Care and “one referee”, future training and educations, Code of Conduct etc.) but also to receive valuable feedback and opinions from the expert which will help Working Group and the Board to process the ideas in a good way.
Bucharest, 26 October 2017. Intensive day in front of the 2017 U18 & U21 European championship in Bucharest, Romania started with the JJEU Board meeting while the organiser of the event prepared everything for the arrival of the teams. The Agenda of the meeting was extensive, including discussion and decision on calendar, European Ranking List, referees, personal data protection, athletes committee etc.
We have the pleasure to invite JJIF&JJEU members to the »German Open 2017« International Ju-Jitsu Tournament in Schürenkamp Arena, Grenzstraße 3, D-45881 Gelsenkirchen, from 29 September to 1 October 2017. The tournament is a JJIF-Grand-Slam event and takes place in the world ranking list.