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Qualifications for Rookie of the Year

Male and Female Rookie of the Year-To the competitors who have obtained the rank of black belt after the last tournament of the previous year, or has turned eighteen as a black belt during the calendar year, and have the most points credited to the black belt categories for sparring and one kata division in the following calendar year, in each region.

This form must be filled out completely and turned in no later than the end of the 2nd quarter if you plan on running for the Rookie of the Year award in the year 2013. This is to ensure that your points are tabulated correctly.


Qualifications for Golden Greek:

This form must be filled out completely and turned in no later than the end of the 2nd Quarter (June 30th) if you plan on running for the Golden Greek Award. This is to ensure that your points are tabulated correctly.

Golden Greek Award – The Golden Greek Award shall be given to the competitors in the following categories who have scored the most A.O.K. points in sparring and one kata division, and who held the rank of black belt by the first tournament on the A.O.K. calendar of the year in which those points are earned. For this award, you can only use the points in an AOK State Division indicated for Black Belts Only. The competitor shall announce by the end of the 2nd Quarter that they will be competing for the Golden Greek award, so the official tabulator will be able to keep records of their points. The competitors will be required to compete outside his/her region in most of the A.O.K. sanctioned tournaments:

  1. All around Male Black Belt
  2. All around Female Black Belt
  3. All around Executive Black Belt Man ( 35 & over)
  4. All around Executive Black Belt Woman (32 & over)
  5. All around Junior Male Black Belt (17 & under, with the majority of points scored in junior category)
  6. All around Junior Female Black Belt (17 & under, with the majority of points scored in junior category)


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