In competitive judo there are five ways to win a judo match. Each of these methods are listed below. Click to view an example of each.
Otherwise know as an Ippon, a perfect throw has four main components:
Speed, Force, Control and a fall that lands largly on the back
By holding ones opponent on their back for 25 seconds, the score of Ippon is awarded and the match is over. Holing your opponent 10
or more seconds can get you lower scores.
Otherwise know as an Arm Lock the goal is to force your opponent to "tap out," by applying stress (and Pain) to the elbow joint
Much like the Arm Bar the goal is submission. You can suffer a loss from passing out or from tapping out.
Through unsportsman like conduct or a combination of lesser penalties.
Hand signal used by referees in Judo tournaments.