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Many thanks to Simone Callander for the report The London Area’s premier event took place on 21st and 22nd May at the UEL SportsDock. The first day saw the minors, pre cadets and cadets take to the stage and the second day saw the juniors, seniors and masters in action. The competition was well attended […]
Judo will be one of many sports on show at the annual Durham Dash on Wednesday 15 June. The Durham Dash is an urban athletics event for boys and girls in Durham city centre. It is being delivered by the Durham & Chester Le Street School Sport Partnership (DCLSSSP) and Durham County Council Health & […]
Shin Gi Tai Martial Arts Academy in Basingstoke have won the London Legacy 2012 Award at Sport Hampshire’s annual awards ceremony. The gala evening was hosted by Hampshire County Council and Sport Hampshire & IOW at Southampton Football Club’s St. Mary’s Stadium and celebrated sport in the county over the last 12 months. Shin Gi […]
Two time Paralympic medallist, Sam Ingram today claimed a gold medal at the first edition of the Great Britain Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix in Walsall. Meanwhile, fellow selected Rio 2016 Paralympians, Jack Hodgson and Chris Skelley were also in the medals with silver and bronze respectively. Ingram started the day with a victory over […]
The first Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix to be held in Great Britain began today in Walsall on Saturday 4 June. With the British Paralympic judoka for Rio 2016 set to compete tomorrow, today was the turn of Natalie Greenhough (-70kg), Connah Anders (-73kg), Cameron Bradley (-66kg) and Stephen Lee (-66kg). Natalie Greenhough produced the […]
On Saturday 27th August 2016 hundreds of thousands of people across the nation will take part in I AM TEAM GB by getting out and getting active for the nation’s biggest sports day. I AM TEAM GB is a new campaign brought to you by ITV and The National Lottery, supported by the British Olympic Association and Join […]
We’ve put together this handy A to Z list around how clubs can market themselves more effectively and ultimately get more members. A is for Ambassadors Personal recommendations remain one of the most influential marketing tools available to judo clubs. Every member represents your club and by encouraging them to champion your club at every […]
British Judo PR Officer Abdullah Mahmood gives his insight on how your club can utilise Social Media Depending on who you speak to, it’s expected that there will be over two billion smartphone users by the end of 2016 and that number will only increase in the years to come. With the Rio Games coming […]
Despite the changing market around media including the growth of newer media outlets there’s still a place for traditional coverage within your local and regional newspapers. Plenty of people within your community will still read their local paper to find out about local activities, events and achievements so it’s important to be proactive and get […]