Saturday saw the first of our transition mentoring programme training days for our exciting first cohort of mentors. We have appointed nine trainee mentors for the initial intake and all were in attendance with different levels of experience both on and off the judo mat and spread across the UK. The mentors enjoyed learning more […]
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British Judo are saddened to report that Hana Sekine, who was the only child of Gunji Koizumi, the founder of The Budokwai and British Judo, passed away on January 8. She was 100 years old and, until a few weeks before her death in St. Vincent’s Nursing home in Hammersmith, had remained amazingly lucid and […]
In light of new Government restrictions from Tuesday 5th January, unfortunately judo clubs and venues in England must close. It is now against the law to meet socially with family and friends unless they are part of your household or support bubble. Exercise outdoors is permitted but must be limited to once per day and […]
The British Judo Head Office will closed for a period of time over the Christmas Holiday break. The office will close at 5:00pm on Wednesday 23rd December and will re-open on Monday 4th January at 9:00am. Wednesday 23rd December – 9:00am-5:00pm Thursday 24th December – CLOSED Friday 25th December – CLOSED Saturday 26th December – […]
As we arrive at the end of a difficult year for the judo community, we would like to provide details regarding club’s affiliation to the British Judo Association in 2021. Usually clubs would be expected to complete the annual affiliation process in December. However, this year we will be extending club’s membership up until 30th […]