Wolf Aaron (JPN)

Last summer, Wolf Aaron became world champion in Budapest.

A simple hero: Nazim Huseynov

Nazim Huseynov. This name may not tell you much. Yet he is a true legend in his country, Azerbaijan, ...

Hohhot Grand Prix 2018 - Day Two
Double gold for Japan while South Korea and the Netherlands also triumph

Day two results from #JudoHohhot2018

World aces Abe and Smetov show their worth in Hohhot

Hohhot Grand Prix started today in China as well as the Olympic qualification period towards Tokyo 2020. ...

Hohot Grand Prix 2018 - Day One
Canada, Japan and Kazakhstan taste gold on the road to Tokyo 2020

Canada, Japan and Kazakhstan were among the winners on day one of the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.

Champions and contenders start Olympic quest in Hohhot

We have picked out a champion and a contender to follow at #JudoHohhot2018

Hohhot Grand Prix 2018, China – PREVIEW
Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualification set to begin with star-studded spectacle

The second edition of the Hohhot Grand Prix launches judo’s two-year qualification period which for ...

China Grand Prix
The Road to Tokyo Starts in Hohhot

Perhaps you have never heard of Hohhot in China. However, remember this name because, after several editions ...

Once of Japan, now conquering for Canada
Judo’s Dream Chasers - Part 1: Christa Deguchi

We present the first of our new Judo Dream Chasers series with the first edition of Canada's Christa ...

Media accreditation open for World Judo Championships 2018

Media accreditation is now open for the IJF's blockbuster event in Baku.

Interview Express
Teddy Riner

There is no need to present Teddy Riner (FRA), ten-time world champion, two-time Olympic champion.

MAHJOUB misses fairytale finish having missed the birth of his first child for Antalya silver

The men’s heavyweight category was heavy on excitement once again this weekend as all eyes were on ...