Tiperary Open Judo Friendship Games

Black Eagle Judo Tipperary in conjunction with Judo Ireland, The Tipperary Sports Partnership & Judo Assist Ireland would like to invite all judoka to the Tipperary Judo Friendship Games which will be held in Nenagh Co. Tipperary on Saturday the 14th of October 2017. This event is a fully inclusive event and is the only one of its kind in the world. The event will have many categories including: mainstream weigh categories for boys, girls, men and women, Special Needs Judo categories for all abilities and disabilities, Kyu Grade categories, beginners and Veterans Judo Category. Entry form and info will be

Galway Judo Club presents

The 25th Galway International Summer School of Judo! The 6 day camp will be held at the Galway Lawn Tennis Club, starting each day at 9.30am. The cost this year is €80. For more details and entry form visit our event section. Have a look at our 2017 Coaching Panel! Stephen McCluskey 4th Dan from the Judo Academy, Belfast NIJF This is Stephen’s 4th year as coach for our camp. Stephen is a former World Schoolboy Judo Champion. His coaching style is almost languid but very effective. He has also got to know a lot of the young players because

Report Judo Trip to Holland, Netherlands

Fri 10th February 2017: Venue: Sportschool – Fitnesscentrum, Richard De Bijl & Chita Gross 11:00 – 13:00: Private coaching, Richard gave private class to Irish judokas Judo etiquette: white t shirt for women! Belt; keep the tips up Standing rei and kneeling rei, hand position, feet position and separation of the knees (one fist for women and two fists for men). Tsugi ashi steps, ayumi ashi steps, yoko tsugi ashi steps Ukemi: side breakfall, judo roll (back on to both feet, not over one knee!) Ouchi gari: tsugi ashi, tsugi ashi with circle reap, footwork with kumi kata, uchi komi, side

Judo Ireland First Female Judoka Black Belt

As Chair Person of Judo Ireland, the youngest judo organisation in this side of the world I want to take this opportunity to tell you all about a very important lady, a role model to girls growing up in the world of Judo in Ireland. A lady who has not only shown commitment to the sport of Judo, but also to her childhood club in Renmore, she has also been heavily involved with the Judo Club in UCG and has earned her place as coach of the Knocknacarra Club. But today this lady, Méadhbh Weldon deserves the biggest congratulations of