At the European Cadet Cup in Coimbra over the weekend, GB Judoka picked up four bronze medals as Charlotte Jenman secured her third place on the European Cup podium of the season on day one . On day two, Chloe Link and Julia Marczak earned their first Continental Cup medalsRead More →

To celebrate the Commonwealth Games taking place in the West Midlands this summer, the British Judo Association is delighted to announce details of the BJA Commonwealth Games Challenge Festival. The festival will take place from June 1, 2022 to September 1 2022 and is open to all clubs to joinRead More →

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Kapil Dev will pay tribute to the best international sportsmen from Central India during the closing ceremony of Khasdar Krida Mahotsav (KKM) 2022 in Nagpur on Saturday. Dev will facilitate international shuttle Ritika Thaker, Grandmaster Divya Deshmukh, Indian triathlon player Sanjana Joshi and others at Yeshwant Stadium in Nagpur onRead More →

Tribune press service Ravi Dhaliwal Gurdaspur, May 26 When a single facility in a small place like Gurdaspur produces an Olympian, a near-Olympian and fifty international judokas, the myth that only big cities with state-of-the-art training facilities can produce international sports is completely broken. The Shaheed Bhagat SinghRead More →

Express press service After the All India Football Federation (AIFF), it’s Hockey India’s turn. The Delhi High Court has appointed a three-member Committee of Trustees (CoA) for violation of the National Sports Development Code of India (2011). The CoA would run the day-to-day operations of HI until elections were heldRead More →

May 25, 2022 – Building on the long-term commitment of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to advancing gender equality and inclusion, and in particular to supporting more women in leadership positions, Olympic solidarity and a number of International Federations (IFs) have launched a new mentoring and training program to helpRead More →

Music – 10 hours ago Lamb of Karas Karas Lamb writes and digs tunes you haven’t heard… Photo credit: artist Hodgy, Elcamino, Hip Hop Provisions, JUDO THE EMPEROR, Dvnthony, and more Mixtape Monday. Hodgy is the first with EntitledElcamino drops Let there be lightHip Hop Provisions is on deckRead More →

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By PTI NEW DELHI: The committee appointed to oversee judo selection in the country will conduct final trials in seven weight classes from May 23-26 to select India’s squad for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, the Sports Authority announced on Sunday of India (SAI). “The trials for female athletesRead More →

Olivia Delahunty’s judo story is one of broken noses, gold medals, strained elbows and European competitions – and it’s only just begun. Olivia, from Brightwalton, joined the Newbury Judo Club when she was just four years old. Now 16, she is aiming to win medals at a European Cup andRead More →

Back on its pre-pandemic trajectory, Western Australia’s (WA) economic trajectory is leading the way across the country, as the state’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) seek to invest and grow. However, despite their optimism, many SMEs in WA remain unable to secure the financing they need for growth, stifling theRead More →

7and and 8and On May 25 judoka attended a Dan technical assessment at the Samurai Judo club in Kidderminster. The course was organized and led by National Rankings Manager Dave Horton-Jones, 7and Dan, and co-assisted by promotions president Andrew Haffner, 6and Dan. Dave presented a British Judo Association certificate ofRead More →

A few weeks ago the Bulgarian Judo Federation hosted the European Judo Championships where we saw new European champions crowned. This weekend, Kata athletes compete for the 2022 European Championship title at the Zamet Center in Rijeka, Croatia. EJU Vice President Jane Bridge shares her thoughts on the championships: “TheRead More →

When I saw a photo of Vladimir Putin performing a judo throw in a newspaper recently, my instinct was to identify his technique. He seems to be Tai Otoshi (body drop), a basic judo throw, which beginners and internationally ranked judoka competitive use. You grab onto your opponent, spin 180Read More →

Organizing a judo tournament is a very good thing. Doing it with Ukrainian refugees is something else. The Moldavian Judo Federation has done everything possible to make things go well and organized its competition for cadets on April 23, with the participation of judokas from Ukraine, that is to sayRead More →

As many know, Jiu Jitsu was created based on the teachings of Judo. Both martial arts have many similarities, but are very different from each other. Let’s make a comparison and list the differences between Judo and Jiu Jitsu. Going over everything from how they were developed, their principles, belts,Read More →

At the European Cup in Sarajevo over the weekend, GB Judo picked up three bronze medals as Josh Giles and Charlie Young both secured their first podium finishes of the season on day one. On Day 2, Wesley Greenidge picked up his first international medal since 2018, and his firstRead More →

Champions crowned in state judo | Honolulu Star-Announcer By Andrew Lee / Special for the Star-Advertiser | May 7, 2022 Erin Hikiji of Mililani defeated Theya Romero of Iolani in the girls’ 98-pound final at Saturday’s Atlas Insurance/HHSAA Judo Championships at the Stan SheriffRead More →

Thursday, May 5, 2022 By Molokai Dispatch Staff By Molokai Dispatch Staff Photo courtesy of Kalei Roberts Four Molokai judokas won titles at the Maui Interscholastic League Championships last weekend, while two others earned second-place finishes and all six will advance to States this Saturday. Kaia Yamashita won the championshipRead More →

Aiden Hope Student Y11’s hard work and constant training culminated in his victory at the British Schools Judo Championship in March 2022, for his 81kg class. It’s a fantastic feat for any athlete, but perhaps even more so for Aiden Hope who only started judo six years ago – quiteRead More →

EventsMay 03, 2022 Filipino Club and RAWC host Escrima Lessons Written by: Samantha Contreras Through a partnership between a student club and a passionate professional, students at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith had the opportunity to learn escrima, a form of traditional Filipino martial arts, while throughout theRead More →

Great Britain had been waiting since 2006 for a European title in judo and then two came suddenly. On Friday, Tokyo bronze medalist Chelsie Giles claimed her first-ever major title with gold in the women’s -52kg category in Sofia. The 25-year-old beat French world No. 1 Amandine Buchard for theRead More →