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The Lighter Side of Judo with … Miryam Roper

True. Judo as a competitive sport at the highest level is all about winning medals, grabs and throws, ...

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Gianni Merlo: The Culture of Learning

He is one of those personalities who have the experience of major international sporting events.

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The Worlds: an Overwhelming Experience for Nanimatang Noketi

Imagine you live on a small atoll somewhere in the Pacific.

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Keep an Eye on Christi-Rose Pretorius: Youngest Athlete on the WJT

Sixteen-year old Christi-Rose Pretorius’ debut on the IJF World Judo Tour in Zagreb might have gone ...

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Mixed Zone Chat with Shady Elnahas after 1st GP Gold: I was hungry for that Medal

After being disappointed losing the gold and having to settle for silver on home soil at the Grand Prix ...

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Christopher Sherrington’s amazing Journey to Zagreb and through Life

Imagine. Your bags are packed, your passport and airplane ticket is in your pocket.

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Mixed Zone Chat with Gemma Howell: I feel like on a roller coaster

Gemma Howell pocketed the gold in the -70kg category at the Zagreb Grand Prix.

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Mixed Zone Chat with Tina Trstenjak: I felt good today

When Olympic champion Tina Trstenjak entered the tatami for the golden bout in the -63kg category, the ...

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Philippe Abel Metellus: I am my biggest Opponent

Haitian Philippe Abel Metellus is a newcomer on the World Tour Circuit.

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Gavin Mogopa: from Botswana to Japan

Gavin Mogopa hails from Botswana but currently trains his judo in … Japan.

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First Grand Prix Gold for Alberto Gaitero Martin

An elated Alberto Gaitero Martin (-66kg) entered the Mixed Zone.

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Yann Siccardi: Gusto on the Tatami is essential

Yann Siccardi is a judoka of probably the smallest country on the World Judo Tour.