1. AN INDOMITABLE SPIRIT, THE LIFE OF JIGORO KANO
Judokas spreading the way.
This past 4 years have been a roller coaster ride for this organization; and as with all roller coaster rides it has had its ups …and downs, its moments of utter thrills and moments of cautionary fears. But, life thrives on thrills and fear...
We asked our membership four years ago to believe in the…Continue
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Kayla Harrison, the first U.S. athlete to win an Olympic Gold Medal in the sport of judo was featured in a recent cover story of Sports Illustrated for another victory, that of overcoming sexual abuse and sharing that experience with the world to make it a safer place for all our youth.
Harrison’s story was…Continue
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President of the International Judo Federation…
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The International Judo Federation just released the World Ranking list at the end of 2012. Find below the best athlete of this Olympic year.
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On Friday evening Ezio Gamba (Italian) had been elected as the best coach of Russia in 2012 among all sports. It is really a unique election that for the first…Continue
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"Place your Vote for Female Sports Star of the Year"
The Female Sports Star of the Year is given to an amateur female athlete or coach for outstanding…Continue
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Herewith we have the honour to invite you to our international tournament. Our tournament will be held on 2 days, namely on
SATURDAY, January 19th, 2013 und
SUNDAY, January 20th, 2013
at the Sports Centre "Tramsschapp" in Luxemburg-Limpertsberg
Further information on…Continue
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Inside Sports Illustrated …Continue
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The International Judo Federation has made public the amendments to the competition regulation as well as to the refereeing rules for the upcoming Olympic period 2013-2016.
All proposals, made and approved by the IJF Executive Committee, based on the opinion of many…Continue
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The IJF executive committee has released the new refereeing and competition rules that will be applied from Paris Grand Slam on. Those new rules will be under testing until the World Championships in Rio, next year.
Then all the new elements will be commented and modified if needed to be applied for…Continue
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December 8, 2012 - A USA Judo team of junior fighters picked up One Gold and Two Bronze today at an annual international tournament in Harnes, France.…Continue
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Judo, before being recognized as the Olympic sport that it is today, started out as a fantastic educational tool. Since its creation in 1882, Jigoro Kano invented a way to train the youth of his country, but also the youth of the world.
Active in more than 200 countries on 5…Continue
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Today was the last day of competition of the Judo Grand Slam, Tokyo 2012. 2 women's categories (-78kg and +78kg) and 3 men's categories (-90kg, -100kg and +100kg) were concerned.
The last match of the day put a final end to the 2012…Continue
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TOKYO: London Olympic gold medallist Kim Jae-Bum of South Korea and Linda Bolder of the Netherlands stopped Japanese…Continue
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Today was the second day of competition on the occassion of the Judo Grand Slam, Tokyo 2012. Four categories (Women's -63 and -70kg and Men's -73 and -81kg) were engaged.
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