Veteran worlds are full of interesting and amazing people who travel here from all over the world; one of them is Serhii Zelenetskyi. Being limited in modes of travel due to the war, Serhii had to improvise and opted to travel by scooter from Uzin in Ukraine to Krakow, Poland.Read More →

Located on the Italian Eastern Riviera, Riccione is a municipality in the province of Rimini, in Emilia-Romagna, and is hosting the last European Open this weekend. With the world championships fast approaching, a number of judokas are traveling to Italy to compete in the European Open in Riccione. Four membersRead More →

Elizabeth or Elisabeth is an international name. In judo, there are a few names you may be familiar with. In light of the British Queen’s passing, we give you the most familiar judo names. Elisabeth Willeboardse was Olympic bronze medalist in 2008 in Beijing in less than 63 kg andRead More →

Passionate musician Caitlin Leigh hopes to continue hitting all the right notes on the judo mat as she prepares for the next leg on a road she hopes will lead to Los Angeles. The 18-year-old Blackburn ace recently completed his A-Levels at St Wilfrid’s C of E Academy and willRead More →

The Ukrainian national team won the race for the gold of the IBSA European Judo Championships 2022 with four medals, another four silver and one bronze. The competition took place over the last two days at the PalaPirastu Sports Palace in Cagliari (Italy) and brought together 92 judokas from 20Read More →

On day one of the Oberwart European Open, Dan Powell clinched a bronze medal, while Eric Ham, Nekoda Smythe-Davis and Sian Bobrowska all finished 5e. Dan Powell recorded scores by ippon to beat Phillip Aust (AUT) and Alexandre Rubaino (FRA) to book his place in the quarter-finals against Nils StumpRead More →

The 16-year-old won the gold medal at the World Cadet Judo Championship in the women’s 57 kg category. How common is the sight of young children practicing martial arts in the neighborhood of any metropolitan city? However, how rare it is for these young children to pursue a career inRead More →

For some time, we have been waiting impatiently for Paris 2024. Aware of the notoriety of our sport in France, these will be memorable Olympic Games not only for the athletes, but also for the spectators, the staff, the volunteers and the country itself, many of whom can say thatRead More →

Every investor in Judo Capital Holdings Limited (ASX:JDO) should know the most powerful shareholder groups. We can see that institutions hold the lion’s share of the business with 35% ownership. In other words, the group faces the maximum upside potential (or downside risk). Unfortunately, institutions found themselves at the otherRead More →

We are now nearing the end of the IJF Academy Level 1 Instructor and Undergraduate Judo Instructor (UCJI) course which we have run at our National Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Walsall. After the end of the current Olympic cycle (Paris 2024), the IJF L1 and UCJI instructor qualificationRead More →

Everything happened so quickly: the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, the Games themselves, the launch of the Paris 2024 qualification. We barely had time to breathe and yet the world of judo is moving forward, with no sign of slowing down. If we were to pause and say it outRead More →

CEO Joseph Healy said many small businesses are suffering from a “triple U virus” borrowing from big banks: they are “unloved, undervalued and underserved”. He reiterated Judo’s emphasis on relationship-oriented banking and said it had “strategic hedging” in times of economic uncertainty as big banks applied global risk decisions. ThisRead More →

Manish Kumar is one of India’s brightest stars who makes himself and the whole nation proud of his achievements. The professional wrestler, judo player, and actor had humble beginnings, but he forged his own path through strong willpower, hard work, and dedication. Based in Alipur, Manish was inspired to playRead More →

For this third day of competition, the Japanese delegation has completely disappeared, leaving the doors wide open to other nations to go and win titles and medals. It’s not that there were no Japanese judoka entered, it’s just that they were beaten quite early in the qualifiers. Gold went toRead More →

“I’m sure I would have been killed if I hadn’t changed my appearance” By Imran Mukhtar ISLAMABAD, August 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As the Taliban mark a year in power in Afghanistan, four Afghans tell the Thomson Reuters Foundation what has happened to them since fleeing their homeland. AfghanRead More →

Many modern wrestling fans know Ivan “Judo” Gene LeBell from the Daniel Bryan/Bryan Danielson submission move named after him, as Bryan’s trainer, Neil Melanson, was a disciple of LeBell. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the influence of the man known as The GodfatherRead More →

England’s Daniel Powell (left) against Gambia’s Faye Njie in the Men’s -73kg Final at Coventry Arena on day five of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Picture date: Tuesday August 2, 2022. PA Photo. See PA story COMMONWEALTH Judo. Photo credit should read: Nick Potts/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Use subject to restrictions. EditorialRead More →

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

1:30 p.m. Hello and welcome to Khel Now’s live updates from Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG 2022). Please wait 30 seconds for live updates to load. The Indian contingent have a decent run at the Commonwealth Games 2022. In the 5 days of competition, the Indian contingentRead More →

Coventry Area hosts judo competition at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Starting Monday and over three days, judokas from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland make up 38 of the 161 competitors in vying to be crowned Commonwealth Champion. Judo is making a welcome return to the Commonwealth Games programRead More →

It’s no secret that police officers need to be physically and mentally fit for the daily challenges of their job. The German Police Sports Federation (Deutsches Polizeisportkuratorium – DPSK), which has signed a partnership with the German Judo Federation (DJB), is aware of this fact and therefore supports the physicalRead More →

West Sacramento Costume SaleJulia Harrington ran a costume shop for years, but she moves and has to sell EVERYTHING! Tina Macuha is with Julia at her West Sacramento boutique to check it all out! 6 hours ago Never WoofEver Woof is a Sacramento-based dog supplies store, and they’re celebrating theirRead More →

Members of the GB team before the European Championships. Many are now heading to the Commonwealth Games Powell, from Sutton Coldfield, is one of 14 judokas from the University of Wolverhampton’s Walsall campus set to impress at Coventry Arena. The -73kg competitor thinks they will sweep as he said: “IRead More →

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev received International Judo Federation President Marius Vizer on July 19. Saying he was happy to welcome Marius Vizer to Azerbaijan, the Head of State underlined the support of the International Judo Federation for the development of judo in Azerbaijan. President Ilham Aliyev highlighted the recent achievementsRead More →

Big Sky State Games Judo Woman 4 to 6 White/Yellow Belt: Laila Serrato, Dickinson, ND; Braylin Bacon, Shepherd; Faith Friesen, Billings. Women 5 to 7 White/Yellow Belt: Odette Ehrlick, Billings; Berklee Bacon, Shepherd; Amaya Gomez, Billings. Male 6 to 7 White/Yellow Belt: Donovan Doll, Billings; Ralston Yurko, Billings; Ace Gentolizo,Read More →

Photo credit: “JudoGush” / Dan Fitusi and Tal Goldstone Gush Etzion judo champions. July 2022 The young residents of Gush Etzion returned home with three medals, two gold and one silver at this week’s Israeli Youth Judo Championships in Ra’anana. The Gush Etzion champion judokas are products of the “MeitavRead More →

KARACHI: Aiming for precision in executing his plans, Tokyo-based Olympian judoka Shah Hussain plans to be foul-free at the Commonwealth Games to be held in Birmingham from July 28-August 8. “Fouls in the past hurt me and this time I decided not to foul and I will win all myRead More →

Insiders who bought for 238,000 Australian dollars of Judo Capital Holdings Limited (ASX:JDO) Last year stocks recouped some of their losses, with the stock rising 8.7% in the past week. However, the purchase is proving to be a costly gamble as insiders have not yet anticipated their losses which currentlyRead More →

This story features JUDO CAPITAL HOLDINGS LIMITED. For more information SHARING ANALYSIS: JDO Newly listed Judo Capital tried to sway market sentiment on a recent investor day in the belief that its strategy can quickly capitalize on rising rates to boost interest margins. -The market is looking to ensure thatRead More →

Tonbridge judoka Jemima Yeats-Brown is no stranger to fighting, but her sister’s battle with cancer is the fight that fuels her quest for a second Commonwealth Games medal. Yeats-Brown and her family learned in October that older sister Jenny, 28, had been diagnosed with a brain tumor for which sheRead More →

Every year, the South Africa Judo Open attracts judoka not only from the host country, but also from several neighboring countries. This year, the Namibia Judo in Schools project made the brave decision to join, handling the most hesitant travel, organizational and funding issues. Stompie Matthyser is part of theRead More →