Criteria for 2002 USJF Awards


 

Criteria for 2002 USJF Awards

International Junior Female Athletes of the Year: The highest ranked female athletes in the USJI Junior Elite
ranking system at the close of the calendar year, provided the athlete is ranked B or higher.

International Junior Male Athletes of the Year: The highest ranked male athletes in the USJI Junior Elite ranking
system at the close of the calendar year, provided the athlete is ranked B or higher.

National Junior Female Athletes of the Year: Second highest ranked female athletes according to criteria for
International Junior Female athletes of the year.

National Junior Male Athletes of the Year: Second highest ranked male athletes according to criteria for
International Junior Male athletes of the year.

International Senior Female Athletes of the Year: The highest ranked female athletes in the USJI Senior Elite
ranking system at the close of the calendar year, provided the athlete is ranked B or higher.

International Senior Male Athletes of the Year: The highest ranked male athletes in the USJI Senior Elite ranking
system at the close of the calendar year, provided the athlete is ranked B or higher.

National Senior Female Athletes of the Year: Second highest ranked female athletes according to criteria for
International Senior Female athletes of the year.

National Senior Male Athletes of the Year: Second highest ranked male athletes according to criteria for
International Senior Male athletes of the year.

Junior Coaches of the Year: Coaches of the recipient of the International Junior Male and Female athletes of the year.

Senior Coaches of the Year: Coaches of the recipient of the International Senior Male and Female athletes of the year.

Kata Competitors of the Year: Highest placings/points basis based on competition at the US Senior National Kata Championships
and the Fukuda International Invitational Kata Championships.

Referee of the Year: Highest newly certified referee PJU-C or higher that year.

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