The ITC Berlin is back! Let’s get stronger together for 2024!
After a two year break because of the pandemic over 500 players from Czech Republic, Denmark, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland and Germany filled the mats of the Sportforum Hohenschönhausen between christmas and new years eve of 2022.
Lots of young and ambitios judoka used the four days filled with lots of randori to prepare for the new season.
This year we hope for even more attendees!
FAQ – Here are the four most frequently asked questions during the past registration phases
#1 I will not be there for the actual accreditation on Tuesday 27 December. Can I still participate and join the training camp later?
We also offer participation in individual training sessions. So there will be a chance to get accredited before each training session. Just plan a little more time ahead, before you enter the tatami for the first time.
#2 I have judokas born in 2011 who train in older age groups and compete in U15 competitions. Can I register them?
We recommend the participation for judokas born in 2010 and older. But we also accept entries from judokas born in 2011 – if they have experience at the U15 level. The lowest U15 weight classes are girls up to 33 kg and boys under 34 kg. We have already registered young participants who are looking forward to more training partners.
#3 What COVID-19 measures will be in place?
No COVID-19 measures need to be taken at the moment. We appeal to all participants to only take part in the training if they are fit and healthy. We would appreciate it if all participants would test themselves regularly with their own rapid tests for their own safety and that of their training partners. Besides COVID-19, influenza is also an issue at the moment.
Here’s a short video with some impressions from the ITC 2017:
We hope to see you again at the end of this year.