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Judo culture
How to Write Judo (1)

Japanese is a complex language, especially when it comes to translating it or at least when it comes ...

Story
Jocelyne Triadou: The Rage to Win

With multiple medals from major international competitions, including five European titles, Jocelyne ...

Story
Peter Perazio: Pushing Fatigue to Dream Bigger

After an event and especially after a world championship, what we remember above all are the medalists, ...

Story
Jane Bridge: The Survival Instinct

Born on 4th February 1960 in England, Jane Bridge is known for being among the first women in history ...

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What really happened on 28th October?

While we have just celebrated the 10th edition of World Judo Day, from which we are still collecting ...

Judo culture
The Bow: Beyond the Gesture

Times are difficult. The Covid-19 pandemic has cast a veil of uncertainty over the world that no-one ...

Judo culture
JU NO RI - The Universal Principle of Adaptability

It is not possible to understand what judo is, if we do not perceive what its very essence is: the principle ...

Judo culture
Seiryoku-Zenyo: Ultimately, There is Simplicity

The Seiryoku-Zenyo principle, the best use of energy, is without doubt one of the most important principles ...

Gender Equity
Women's Judo: the Pioneers (2)

In November 2020, the International Judo Federation will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first ...

Judo culture
Jita kyoei: Let's Raise the Flag of Mutual Aid

Judo is a sport! This is an assertion that no one would dare to deny.

Gender Equity
Women's Judo: the Pioneers (1)

In November 2020, the International Judo Federation will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first ...

Judo culture
The Dojo: A Place of Study and Practice

The term dojo (道場) has long since passed into common language and has therefore lost some of its ...