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The purpose of this study is to enhance leadership of Judo leaders by adopting double sided approach to Judo players in high schools nation-wide, applying dynamic and whole "Competing values leadership scale for sport" theory, identifying leadership type of Judo leaders by gender and by team level through in depth study and providingbasic materials for effective teaching according to the circumstances of the specific team. The subjects were male and female Judo players in high schools nation-side who were registered in Korea Judo Association and had participated more than 7 nationalcontests between march 2001 till December 2002. They were 420 in 18 teams (10 teams for male students and 8 teams for female students). The tool used was "Competing Values Leadership Scale for Sport" developed by Hyeong-ju Ha in 1995. ANOVA method was used to verify differences between Judo teams and leadership type of the leaders. Post analysis was done using Newman Keuls and all the materials were coded on MS-EXCEL. For statistics analysis, SPSS/PC Version 10.0 was used under the condition of p<0.05. Additionally standard point of the role of each leader (Z) was calculated for relative evaluation and leader profile structure was achieved through MS-Excel. The results of the study through material analysis were as follows; 1) Intermediary representation role was high (p<.05) in male teams and analytical management role (p<.05) and spiritual support role (p<.01) were high in female teams. 2) Male team leaders should enforce analytical management role and female team leaders should enforce creative study role and intermediary representation role in their leadership profile.