British Judo history was made today when Roy Inman OBE and Colin McIver were both awarded their 9th Dan at the London British Open at K2 in Crawley.
The 9th Dan, awarded by the International Judo Federation, is a highly prestigious... Read more
The London British Open is taking place this weekend with many of British Judo’s Olympic and Paralympic stars in action. As a European Judo Union (EJU) Senior European Cup, the event sees 374 athletes from 24 countries competing for the... Read more
During the European Judo Championships in Budapest the 4th European Science Symposium of judo was organized by the Education Commission of the European Judo Union. This annual exhibition always takes places at European Championships so that... Read more
At the European Cup for Juniors in Kaunas (LTU) the Russian juniors dominated the event. With seven out of 16 gold medals, Russia topped the medal tally. In total the Russian team collected 19 medals.
In total 15 nations participated... Read more
The Russian talents dominated the second day of the European Cup for Cadets in Berlin. Not only because of the three victories out of four chances, but also the strong athletes made impression.
The Russian men were as successful as the... Read more
The organising nation Azerbaijan succeeded to win the medal tally at day 2 of the first edition of the Grand Slam in Baku. On Sunday Azerbaijan won two additional gold medals and passed the successful team of Mongolia in the medal... Read more
At the first day of the European Cup for Cadets in Berlin the Japanese youngsters performed the best taking four victories. In the German capital the talents of Germany claimed two gold medals.
Patrycia Szekely won the weight category... Read more