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2C.1.2 Shido for an Illegal Move

IJF SOR   To put a hand, arm, foot or leg directly on the opponent’s face. The face means the area within the line bordered by the forehead, the front of the ears and the jawline. 


IJF SOR  To grab below the belt. Exception: Gripping under the belt in the end phase of a throwing technique is allowed if the opponent is already in ne-waza. If the throwing technique is interrupted, gripping under the belt is a ne-waza action.

IJF SOR  Leg grabbing, grabbing the trousers, blocking, or pushing the opponent’s leg(s) with their hands or arms. It is possible to grip the leg only when the two opponents are in a clear ne-waza position and the tachi-waza action has stopped.