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Judo in previous Olympic Games:
In the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, Judo for Men was included for the first time. That year, 3 weight categories were contested plus the Open category. Judo was not included in the 1968 Games in Mexico City, Mexico, but in 1972, in Munich, Germany, it returned permanently. In Munich, 5 weight categories and the Open category, were contested. In 1976 in Montreal, Canada, 5 weights and Open were again contested. For the 1980 Games in Moscow, the number of weight categories were increased to 7, plus the Open, but the United States did not compete because of a boycott. In the 1984 Los Angeles Games, the weight categories were the same, but this was the last time that the Open category was included in the Olympic Games (the Open category is still included in the World Championships.) In the 1988 Games in Seoul, Korea, Judo for women was included as a demonstration sport with 4 weight categories. In the 1992 Games in Barcelona, Spain, Judo for women became a permanent sport in the Olympics. For the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Judo was limited to a total of 400 athletes, and a qualification system was established by the International Judo Federation. As host country, the United States was exempt from qualification and fielded a full team. In 2000, the quota system was again in place but the USA was not exempt. However, the United States fielded a full team in Sydney, qualifying 3 categories through top-8 finishes in the 1999 World Championships, and the other 11 categories through the Pan American Judo Union qualification system.Judo in previous Olympic Games:
In the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, Judo for Men was included for the first time. That year, 3 weight categories were contested plus the Open category. Judo was not included in the 1968 Games in Mexico City, Mexico, but in 1972, in Munich, Germany, it returned permanently. In Munich, 5 weight categories and the Open category, were contested. In 1976 in Montreal, Canada, 5 weights and Open were again contested. For the 1980 Games in Moscow, the number of weight categories were increased to 7, plus the Open, but the United States did not compete because of a boycott. In the 1984 Los Angeles Games, the weight categories were the same, but this was the last time that the Open category was included in the Olympic Games (the Open category is still included in the World Championships.) In the 1988 Games in Seoul, Korea, Judo for women was included as a demonstration sport with 4 weight categories. In the 1992 Games in Barcelona, Spain, Judo for women became a permanent sport in the Olympics. For the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Judo was limited to a total of 400 athletes, and a qualification system was established by the International Judo Federation. As host country, the United States was exempt from qualification and fielded a full team. In 2000, the quota system was again in place but the USA was not exempt. However, the United States fielded a full team in Sydney, qualifying 3 categories through top-8 finishes in the 1999 World Championships, and the other 11 categories through the Pan American Judo Union qualification system.
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