Background: The paper presents an analysis the technical-tactical preparation of judoists competing in men’s individual World Championships in 2014 and 2015. These tournaments were held in accordance with the new provisions which will also apply during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. Material and methods: A classification was made of the national teams prevailing in these competitions. The analysis of technical-tactical preparation was based on efficiently performed attacks, for the execution of which athletes received judges’ points. Results: The registered attacks allowed for an evaluation of the efficiency of particular groups of throws and holds used in a judo fight and for a classification of techniques that prevailed during these competitions. Conclusions: The collected material allows predicting the efficiency of judoists’ technical-tactical preparation during subsequent tournaments and adjusting individual training programs adapting them to the current requirements and regulations of sports combat.



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Marek Adam https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1851-3536

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