Competition Specific Medical Checklist

Athlete Hygiene


Medical Manual (February 2018 Update)

 

Making Weight

Medical Reports

2019 National Championships Medical Report

2018 National Championships Medical Report

2017 National Championships Medical Report
 

2016 National Championships Medical Report

Concussion

Judo Australia supports the Sport Australia Concussion in Sport Position Statement. However, JA provides the additional Supplementary Clauses due to the specific requirements of Judo

 

JA Concussion Management Policy

Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT)

You’ll note that in the concussion management file there is a direct recommendation to refer those athletes who have had three or more concussions to seek specialist doctor review. The recommendation also states that they should not compete for 12 months.

 

Supplements

Supplements in Sport Policy


Adverse Effects of Sports Supplements

Coronavirus Update

The Australian Institute of Sport, partnering with the Australian Olympic Committee and Paralympics Australia in the lead-up to the Tokyo Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, are committed to providing the National High Performance Sports System with timely, evidence-based information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that recognises the unique concerns and context associated with high performance sport.

 

A webpage dedicated to COVID-19 has been created to provide an overview of the currently available information highlighting the unique needs and challenges for high performance sport in Australia. 

 

The webpage will be updated with the most current information and advice relevant to high performance sport each day and more often if required.

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