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  • Throw to Tokyo - Win a Trip to the Worlds


    04/30/19

    The International Judo Federation launched its first online game to win a trip to the World Judo Championships 2019 Tokyo, Japan, to be held in the Japanese Capital from August 25th to September 1st, 2019.

    It's never been so easy to go to the flagship event of the international judo community. How to win a golden ticket to Tokyo? Just like on the tatami, you'll have to play by the rules to win! Throw to Tokyo' is a one-of-a-kind IJF competition and its a money can’t buy prize so it cannot be exchanged or awarded in a cash payment.


    All you have to do is to visit TOKYO.IJF.ORG and start flying

    PRIZE
    The prize is for 10 winners (1 winner for each category: Technique, Creativity, Superhuman, Beauty, Humour) who will be awarded two economy flight tickets, accommodation and competition tickets for the World Championships.


    ENTRY

    You can submit an entry in any or all of the categories! You will have 5x the chance to win if you enter every category!

    BONUS PRIZE - Winner Selected At Random!
    We will also select one lucky winner at random! This person will receive two economy flights tickets, competition tickets and accommodation. There is no criteria for this winner. The recipient will be selected at random. By entering one category you enter yourself for the random bonus draw. This could be YOU!


    WINNERS
    The IJF will announce the winners on the IJF website and they will be notified by email.


    TIMELINE
    April 15 - April 30: Countdown Time to Upload
    May 1 - May 25: Users and Upload Videos
    May 25 - May 31: Internal Check Videos
    June 1 - June 15: Voting Open
    June 16: Winners Declared

    Let's play and good luck!


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