A Matter of Adaptation
The International Masters Bremen

During the last week, most have been focussed on the World Championships for Veterans in Lisbon but there ...

Dietmar Lorenz Has Passed Away

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Dietmar Lorenz, the first German Olympic judo ...

Official Warning and Ultimatum to the German Coach

IJF official statement

Judo for Children
It’s Safari Time

2020 was a special year for sure, with the worldwide outbreak of coronavirus.

Judo Family Mourns Wolfgang Hofmann

Wolfgang Hofmann, the first German judo medalist at an Olympic Games, died on Thursday 12th March.

Judo-couple Regina and Johannes Daxbacher awarded by the German Government

Germany awarded for the first time in history the "EineWelt-Medaille" (OneWorld-medal) to Regina and ...

Judo Festival 2019
Variety on Display in Germany

From October 3-6, 2019, the Bavarian Judo Federation (BJV) hosted together with the German Judo Federation ...

The judo family mourns the passing away of Rolf Rhode

Honorary Member of the German Judo Federation (DJB), Rolf Rhode, passed away on Friday, October 4, at ...

#WhiteCard #April6
Bad Aibling Celebrates Judo for Peace

The German Judo Club „TuS Bad Aibling“ participated together with friends from the club SV Ostermünchen ...

Homestretch for Düsseldorf GS

From February 22-24, Düsseldorf will host the second Grand Slam of the season and of its history.

Judo Expansion
From Martial Art to Olympic Sport - PART 4

On the road to Tokyo 2020, we publish on a regular basis a series of articles about the history of judo. ...

Judo Family Mourns the Passing Away of Arthur Schnabel

Arthur Schnabel has fought a lot of matches over the course of his career, but he lost the last one, ...