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JJEU Expert and Technical Meeting Event 2
“SHAPING THE FUTURE OF JU-JITSU”
After success of the ETM – Event One in Planica, Slovenia, in March 2017, JJEU made a promise to organise such event every two year. After discussion with the JJEU Referee Committee, JJEU Referee Quality Management expert group and Athletes Commission, including also Mr Rob Haans, representative of the Organising Committee of the Combat Camp, the ETM2 will be focused in cooperation and exchange of knowledge and experience among athletes, referees and coaches, introducing also latest innovation of Video Review System (why, how, opportunities, challenges and future development) and the use of technology in nowadays Ju-Jitsu sport. Combat Camp Sweden registration is to continue in its usual way. JJEU has allocated a budget for the event from penalty fees collected at the events (for not having enough referees) and will cover accommodation for one Coach OR Referee from each JJEU member country.
We would like to welcome the following participants: national sport/technical directors, referee directors, national team coaches, club coaches, athletes, officials, referees, organisers of events, media experts, spokesperson from the clubs/federations… etc.
Ju-jitsu wants to become Olympic sport. Having a long-term strategic goal is important, but we need to confront challenges that will become part of the roadmap to that goal. We need to take steps that will help everybody understand what we are doing, why we are doing it and why are we good at it. This will lead to more media interesting, attractiveness for sponsors, recruiting more athletes, broaden our support base…