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VENTA DE ENTRADAS - ENLACE
WEB OFICIAL DEL EVENTO
Source: Hajime Judo : CAMPEONATO DEL MUNDO SENIOR CHELYABINSK 2014. Del 25 al 31 de agosto. | 25 Aug 2014 | 1:34 am
Highlights from the Judo Grand Prix in Havana, Cuba June 6th - June 8th, 2014.
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Source: IJF Youtube Channel : JUDO Highlights - Havana Grand Prix 2014 | 20 Aug 2014 | 6:58 pm
Relive the action from 2013 Judo World Championships RIO. Held in RIO between August 26th to September 1st, 2013, with the whole international judo family in attendance. For seven days, the...
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Source: IJF Youtube Channel : JUDO World Championships RIO 2013 - Highlights show | 20 Aug 2014 | 12:39 pm
we are now closed until Sunday 31 August 2014.
We are taking a break over the summer so you can all enjoy a break, recover and because I (Lance) will be away to attend the World Championships; which you can watch for free online at ippon.tv when the event starts at the end of the month. There are 4 British players competing and all the big names we talk about each week will be there.
Come 31st August, Danny Murphy will be back and leading a County Wide Randori session. This is an open mat training session where everyone and anyone from inside or outside of Hampshire is invited to come and train. We hosted the August one at the start of the month and it is a brilliant opportunity to train with Danny and to meet other Judoka from other clubs.
As I am away in Russia, it would be great if some people could volunteer to attend both the Junior session (3pm) and the senior session and help Danny make visitors feel welcome, mats get laid, any issues dealt with, etc.
From the 31st we will be back to our normal session times and our focus will be on getting ready for Freshers Fair at the uni. We want to push hard for recruits! Then we will be training, competing and training and competing. The Hampshire Team Championships will I hope be going ahead and the London Universities will be upon us.
I’d like to put a competition schedule together and build a strong team; so I will be recruiting players and recruiting “support staff”. This will be our fourth year and we need to do even better than last year where we gained our first national champion!
As ever, our sessions are open to everyone. We welcome visitors and guest instructors; so please help spread the word. Any ideas on promotion, please let me know.
Source: Southampton City Judo Club : Summer break, freshers and County Training | 20 Aug 2014 | 12:17 pm
We need your Help!!
We need you help in recording American Judo History. In 2004, USJF established a judo history committee. Prior to this time, various judokas had copies of programs from various judo events. They had copies of bracket sheets and results from local, regional, national and international events.
To date the committee has amassed over two hundred thousand pages of judo historical documents. Many of these documents came from various judokas in the US.
However, there are many missing documents – some of these documents may be in your garage, dojo or closet.
At the current time, USJF judo historical documents are store on computers. The physical documents are sent to USJF headquarters for storage. Our documents are searchable and when requested, we will search the file so that we can provide information back to the requestor. It is easy for a person to say that they won this or that championships. With you help with donated judo historical documents, we can say if their statement is true.
We are looking for the following items:
- Programs from local, regional or national judo events that you have attend. Many program contain valuable judo history that is not found in other places.
- Bracket sheets and results from local, regional or national judo events that you have attend.
- Newspaper articles on your dojo or others in your area.
- Flyers and announcement from various judo camps or clinics.
- Documents from local, regional or national meetings and agenda for those meeting.
- Judo publications from local, regional or national judo organizations.
If you have items that meet the above criteria, please consider doing one of the following:
- Donate them to USJF.
- Loan them to the USJF Historical Committee. They will scan the items and return the items to you. They will pay for shipping.
- Many times, upon the passing of a sensei, the judo historical documents that he/she collected over the years are destroyed. Please consider donating them to USJF.
Please contact for more information.
Source: USJF.COM : Request for your old Judo documents | 20 Aug 2014 | 11:19 am