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    Kata guruma - legal under new rules

    An innovative application of Kata guruma, legal under new IJF rules.



    Note the control on the lapel and the sleeve, in the frozen frame, which ensures succesful completion due to securing uke's upper body.

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    Do you think this was an 'on-the-spot' innovation, or something that was practised? For sure, it probably shocked the hell out of uke.

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    I would have said on the spot variation, you know how it is sometimes you just react and its only after the fact you realise what you've done.

    However, some of the guys on Judoforum are saying that it might not be so spontaneous

    http://judoforum.com/index.php?/topi...ew__getnewpost

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    The gripping confuses me. Do we have more of that match? I want to see how they ended up in that very odd position.

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    Good lord that was a beautiful entry to the throw. I need a moment alone after watching that.

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    White had a Georgian grip, blue could have grabbed the leg if his hand was free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I would have said on the spot variation, you know how it is sometimes you just react and its only after the fact you realise what you've done.

    However, some of the guys on Judoforum are saying that it might not be so spontaneous

    http://judoforum.com/index.php?/topi...ew__getnewpost
    I remember seeing a video of Aaron Fields (that I can't find anymore) doing it like that as one of many variations. But he wasn't wearing pants so it wasn't judo. I wish I could remember if I'd seen it before or after the rule change


    <Serious mode>
    Leaving aside the rules for a second, how does this compare to the regular kata guruma?
    Last edited by Lindz; 5/13/2011 11:07am at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Res Judicata View Post
    The gripping confuses me. Do we have more of that match? I want to see how they ended up in that very odd position.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    <Serious mode>
    Leaving aside the rules for a second, how does this compare to the regular kata guruma?
    Its way cooler.

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    More or less efficient, strength required, opportunities to use it?

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