The British Judo Kata Commission has thrown down the gauntlet and challenged you to compete in the British Shadow Kata Championships……from the comfort of your own home! WHAT TO DO Study the Kodokan tapes of Nage-no-kata (available on You-Tube, search for Judo Nage no kata). Then make a home video of yourself (using a member […]
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British Judo are pleased to announce details of a fifth webinar designed to cover all aspects of the sport returning safely after the Covid-19 outbreak. Starting last month our Sports Development team, led by Colin McIver and Joyce Heron, hosted our first three webinars in a series designed and targeted specifically for our membership. The […]
We welcome the Government’s announcement today concerning the opening of indoor sporting facilities. This is a very important step on the journey to returning to the sport we love. We await the full, detailed guidelines from the Government that will enable us to update our existing plans. Once we have this we will communicate with […]
British Judo are disappointed to learn of the Government’s decision not to allow indoor sports to return for the foreseeable future. There will be 30,000 disappointed members across England today after hearing the news, all of whom are desperate to get back to the sport they love. During his statement, the Prime Minister gave no […]
The England Judo Programme have been recruiting applicants for it’s upcoming cohort of their bespoke Diploma in Sporting Excellence (DiSE) programme for the past four months. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 and the high volume of applications received, the decision has been made to bring the deadline for the Expression of Interest form forward […]