Athlete Stories
Ai Tsunoda Roustant: “Really Happy, Really Tired, Really Alive.”

At twenty years old, already Ai Tsunoda Roustant has spent a whole life in judo.

“We Are Part of the Evolution”

Refereeing at an event such as the European Youth Olympic Festival is an honour, one not undertaken lightly ...

Name That Teammate - Team Brazil

Name that teammate! Which teammate would you take with you to a deserted island? Featuring: Team Brazil

"I Like Everything From Israel"

It looked like a scene from a Mel Brooks film. We asking Charles Koshiro Chibana in English, our colleague ...

The Winning Formula

If we had to sum up Ilias Iliadis in one word, it could be passion.

EJU and IJF are ready to work together
Laszlo "Tothal" Meritocracy

For a journalist, Laszlo Toth is what is considered to be a good client.

European Championships for Cadets
To Train is to Exist

In 2022 France have topped the medal table at European cadet cups, junior cups, the Tel Aviv Grand Slam, ...

"Nobody Should Ever See What I Have Seen"

He is a man who economises on his gestures. He moves slowly, cautiously, as if he wanted to go unnoticed. ...

Interviews: #JudoTbilisi

Interviews: #JudoTbilisi

Athlete Stories
Nepal, Blog 9: Sparking the Possibility

From climbing mountains to being world number one in judo, Sabrina Filzmoser makes a point of jumping ...

Coach Stories
Nepal, Blog 8: Coach Kazi Sherpa

Kazi Sherpa is from Jorsale in the Himalayas and is a volunteer judo coach at Everest Judo Club, there ...

Special Interview
Nepal, Blog 7: Everyone’s Grandfather

Kanchha Sherpa is 90 years old and lives in the mountain village in which he was born, Namche Bazar, ...