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Neil Adams is one of the finest exponents of grappling techniques the world has ever seen. Many of his victories in European, World and Olympic Judo competitions were won on the ground, including his famous armlock in the final of the 1981 World Championships. And while Adams’ arm-lock roll and tai otoshi (body drop) have become the stuff of legend, his extensive knowledge of submission techniques has made him one of the most sought after teachers by fighters from many different disciplines.
NOTE: Neil Adams is often -overlooked for his contributions to the art of judo is his gripping game. He was one of the first judoka to refine and develop kumikata (gripping techniques) on a systematic basis. Indeed, he wrote the first English-language book on the subject. His extensive knowledge in tachi waza will be explained in the cagefilm video and in the Black Belt Magazine article.
Neil Adrian Adams, MBE (born in Rugby, Warwickshire on 27 September 1958) is a British judoka who won numerous Olympic and World Championship medals in judo.
Neil Adams: Competitor for United Kingdom
Silver 1980 Moscow -71 kg
Silver 1984 Los Angeles -78 kg
Bronze 1979 Paris -71 kg
Gold 1981 Maastricht -78 kg
Silver 1983 Moscow -78 kg
Bronze 1985 Seoul -78 kg