Fortaleza, Ceará, CE, Brazil.
November 08th to 10th, 2013
1.- TENTATIVE PROGRAM
- Friday, November 8, 2013
Technical Meetting – 19:00 hours in the competition venue
Referee Meetting – 20:00 hours in the Competition venue
- Saturday, November 9, 2013:
Un Official Weighing – 14:00 to 18:00 hours in the competition venue.
Oficial Weighing – das 18:00 to 20:00 hours in the competition venue
- Sunday – November 10, 2013
9:00 hours – Opening Ceremony
9:30 hours – Star Competition
The order of the categories and weight divisions will be determined by the Organizing Committee.
17:00 hours –Kata Competition
2.- COMPETITION NAGUE NO KATA:
• The competition will be held at Kata Nague after the close of the struggles of the day November 10.
- Will beheld in two categories: Senior (18-30 years) and Master (above 31 years). The age will be earned according to the age of the youngest member of the double.
- The pairsmay be: Male, Female and Mixed (male and female). All genres will compete in a single category, with only division between Seniorand Masters.
- Each participantmust pay a pair of individual registration. If the competitor participates in Shiai also must pay a new enrollment.
- Youwill beallowed registration of the athlete in a single double
About Fortaleza:The city developed on the banks of the creek Pajeú in the northeast of the country, the 2285 km of Brasilia. Its toponym is an allusion to Schoonenborch Fort, built by the Dutch during his second stay in place between 1649 and 1654. The city’s motto (present in his coat) is the Latin word «Fortitudine» which in Portuguese means «strength, valor, courage.» It is located in the Atlantic coast, with 34 km of beaches, at an average altitude of 21 meters and is the center of a city of 313.8 km ² and 2,500,000 inhabitants, being the capital of the most densely populated country, with 7 815.7 inhabitants / km ². It is the most populous city of Ceará, Brazil’s fifth most populous and 91st
the world. The Metropolitan Region of Fortaleza has 3,700,000 inhabitants, being the sixth most populous in Brazil and the second in the Northeast. It is the northeastern city with the largest area of regional influence and has the third-largest urban population in Brazil, behind São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Having the 9th largest city GDP of the nation and the largest in the Northeast, with 37.1 billion reais (Seconds latest data, 2010), is an important industrial and commercial center of Brazil, the seventh largest in purchasing power of the country. In tourism, the city reached the mark of most popular destination in Brazil in 2004, with attractions such as micareta Fortal in late July and the largest water park in Brazil, Beach Park. In 2010 it was the capital of the Northeastern sought by domestic travelers, according to a study from Hotels.com. On the national scene, the capital of Ceará occupied the 4th place, behind Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Brasilia. It is the headquarters of the Banco do Nordeste, the Northeastern Railway Company, DNOCS. In 1996 the city joined the Common Market Cities.
Its airport is Pinto Martins International Airport. The BR-116, the largest in the country, begins in Fortaleza. Called Blonde bride of the sun, verses by the poet Paula Ney, the city is the birthplace of writers José de Alencar and Rachel de Queiroz, comedian Chico Anysio and former President Castello Branco. The Dragão do Mar Center of Art and Culture (CDMAC) is currently the main cultural area of Fortaleza, with museums, theaters, cinemas, libraries and planetarium.
It is the capital of Brazil closest to Europe, with the 5608 km from Lisbon, Portugal. It is also one of the 12 venues of the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the 2013 Confederations Cup.
We have beautiful and famous beaches such as Praia do Futuro, Iracema Beach, Cumbuco and Jericoacoara much but.
4.- Organizing Committee:
1. Prof. Jaime Cassanova – PJU President
2. Prof. Alexandre Tozetti – LNJ- Brasil President
3. Prof. Eduardo Costa – – SULICEJU President
5. Support Committee:
· Antônio de Pádua – Vice President
(85) 8855-8500 – Oi
(85) 9738-3859 – Tim
· Solange Santos Lima – Chief Financial Officer
6. ANDRESS FOR CONTACT:
· Panamerican Judo Union.
Address: Hermanas Mirabal Street 28, Centro Comercial Polvorín, 2nd Floor, Villa Mella, Santo Domingo Norte, Dominican Republic.
· LNJ – Liga nacional de Judo – Brasil
President: Alexandre Tozetti Gomes
Escritorio: SCLN 312 BL. A loja 38
Web Site: www.lnj.com.br
Secretária d Liga nacional deJudô (virtual)
Fone: +55 61 33557400 / +55 61 85050135
· SULICEJU – Superliga Cearense de Judô
Presidente: Eduardo Costa
(85) 8877-3767 – Oi
(85) 9116-3767 – Claro
(85) 9699-7200 – Tim
(85) 8182-7538 – Vivo
7.- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE PANAMERICAN JUDO UNION (PJU)
1. – Jaime Casanova Martinez – President – Dominican Republic – firstname.lastname@example.org
2. – Paulo Dubois – Vicepresident – Brazil – email@example.com
3.- Franz Menzies Jr. – Vicepresident – Belize –firstname.lastname@example.org
4.- Paul Richards – Vicepresident – St. Lucia – email@example.com
5.- Miguel Abella – Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
6.- Edgar Claure – Treasurer – email@example.com
7.- Carlos Diaz Valbuena – Referee Director – Venezuela – firstname.lastname@example.org
8.- Alejandro Giuliano – Sports Director – Chile – email@example.com
8.- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE WORLD JUDO FEERATION (WJF)
1.- Jaime Casanova Martinez – President – Dominican Republic – firstname.lastname@example.org
2.- Paul G. Hoglund, First Vicepresident – Sweden – email@example.com
3.- David Gordge – Vicepresident – Australia – firstname.lastname@example.org