Hey guys, i would like to introduce myself, my name is Pablo, i'm 15 years old and im from Chile. I have been doing Judo for a month now, and my couch told me that i was going to compete May 10th (yeah, in 6 days more), i told him that i have been doing judo for such a short time, but he said that he sees potential in me and would like that i get "comfortable" with competitions at an early stage, and he doesn't expect nothin from me and i have no pressure at all. (Competitions are like 1 time a year in chile, so its now or never, atleast for this year) The thing is that i can't just go without trying and expecting to win something, my "manly" pride doesn't let me So i had a couple of question to ask to some of the veterans in here. I have been told that i'm extremely strong for my weight (60k) and i think so too, as i train 4 times a week with people MUCH more larger than me (20 kilos at least) and i seem to do pretty good for my lack of size and experience. At the moment, the only thing that feel "natural" for me, are leg takedowns (morote gari, or double leg takedowns for the wrestlers) i can shoot pretty good, but im having trouble finishing the takedown (i have both legs, but i cant seem to finish the takedown quickly, and i struggle a lot to take them down). Any advice from fellow wrestlers for this? Any book/instructional/dvd that you guys recommend for a judo guy trying to be successful with wrestling style takedowns? I have a bjj background, so newaza its not a problem for me, atleast not against people my age and weight, the thing i struggle is getting on to the ground . Having said that, Any advice from competition veterans? A gameplan? How to overcome the nerves?. How can i use my strenght to my advantage, having little technique? Thanks a lot. PS: I know, i lack experience a lot and i shouldn't be competing, but my coach says that i have to get comfortable with competing right NOW if i want to be successful, and based on my work in class, he says i'm more than capable of doing well, but if i don't, it doesnt matter.