British Judo has announced the 8 fighters that have been selected for the upcoming World Championships which are due to be held in Budapest, Hungary from 6-13th June. Prior to selection, it was agreed...
The team that will represent Nigeria at the Tokyo Olympics will comprise about 80 athletes who will participate in the 10 sporting events the country qualified for. The events Team Nigeria will participate in include wrestling...
Moving into the Dan grades is a special moment that all judoka will treasure. Whether a lifetime goal or a happy co-incidence of hard work and dedication to the sport of judo, Dan grade promotions deserve to be recognised.
Everyone’s mental health is being challenged during this difficult time. With it being Mental Health Awareness Week, we know how important it is to prioritise yours and others’ well-being, and wanted to let you know that UK Coaching is offering a number of free mental health resources.
Parmi les quarante personnalités qui font leur entrée dans les noms propres du célèbre dictionnaire figurent deux champions. Clarisse Agbegnenou, quadruple championne du monde du judo, et le skieur Alexis Pinturault font leur entrée dans les pages du Petit Larousse pour son édition 2021-2022.
UK Coaching, in collaboration with Resuscitation Council UK, St John Ambulance and Joe Humphries Memorial Trust, has produced a free toolkit to help people understand how to respond and act quickly to a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
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Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK and will run from Monday 10th May to Sunday 16th May and we are urging our members to join the fight for mental health. During this pandemic, millions of us have experienced a mental health problem, or seen a loved one struggle.
Is 2021 the year that you begin your coaching journey? Maybe you are looking to progress your coaching career? Why not start your year off to a flying start by booking onto a British Judo Coaching Course?
This weekend Croatia welcomed over 480 fighters to the Zagreb European Open, with 17 British fighters in action over the two-day competition. For many of the British fighters who competed, this was their first competition in well over 12 months.