It was another successful weekend for British Judo’s junior judoka as the six strong team finished with five medals and seventh place finish at the 2016 Gydnia Junior European Cup […]
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Natalie Powell (-78kg) and Ben Fletcher (-100kg) will be competing at their final event ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio next month at the Tyumen Grand Slam in Russia […]
The British Judo Association (BJA) is seeking to appoint a consultant to undertake an independent review (The Review) of its Olympic & Paralympic (podium & podium potential) programme, including the […]
British Judo (BJA) have today announced the launch of an ambitious and far reaching, nationwide consultation process to engage with its members and key stakeholders. The purpose of the consultation […]
British Judo would like to express its thanks to Chris Doherty for submitting this eulogy. It is with sadness I report that the world of Judo has lost a much […]
With the 2016 Rio Olympics on the horizon, we took a look at some of the strong opponents our British judoka could face in Brazil. Nekoda Davis, Ashley McKenzie, Alice […]
The biggest multi-sport talent identification campaign in British history, #DiscoverYour Gold, aims to identify talented young athletes who have the potential to become future champions
Moving into the Dan grades is a special moment that all judoka will treasure. Whether a lifetime goal or a happy co-incidence of hard work and dedication to the sport of judo, Dan grade promotions deserve to be recognised.
British Judo juniors had another successful weekend this time at the 2016 Atomic Cup Junior European Cup in Paks, Hungary on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July
A dozen of British Judo’s top juniors will be in action this weekend at the 2016 Atomic Cup Junior European Cup in Paks, Hungary on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July