World Judo Day 2017 COURAGE Judoka

World Judo Day 2017 COURAGE

World Judo Day 2017 COURAGE

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  • Born:1 July 1951 (69 years)
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COURAGE (yû-ki): It is doing what is right. Be brave and have the courage to face every situation. We are facing hard times, but we need to believe in a good outcome and not panic. We will defeat this virus, no matter how big it is and how long it takes, because we are united. The sixth edition of #WorldJudoDay in 2017 had the theme of Courage as one of the moral codes of judo.
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Judo Celebrates World Judo Day

28 Oct 2019 09:45

On the occasion of the ninth edition of the World Judo Day, the judo family is once again gathering together to celebrate the educational and social values of our sport. This year, the theme that has been chosen is 'Plant a Tree'. The World Judo Day was successfully launched in 2011 and is a great opportunity for all judokas to come together under the banner of the educational values of judo. The themes of the past editions of the WJD: FRIENDSHIP (2018), COURAGE (2017), JUDO FOR THE WORLD (2016), UNITY (2015), HONOUR (2014), PERSEVERANCE (2013), JUDO FOR ALL (2012) and RESPECT (2011). Read more

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FRIENDSHIP is the theme for the 2018 World Judo Day

18 Jun 2018 18:15

The International Judo Federation will host the eighth and most anticipated edition of the annual #WorldJudoDay on 28 October with FRIENDSHIP selected as this year’s theme. Read more

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Stephanie Inglis thinks about competitive judo again

4 Nov 2016 09:20

Likely none of us have a more startling backstory than Stephanie Inglis. Two years after she was collecting a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, this 28-year-old judoka from the Highlands knows she is simply fortunate still to be able to tell the tale. Yesterday she was happy to celebrate her birthday. Read more

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Stephanie Inglis back in Scotland and brought to hospital in Edinburgh

13 Jun 2016 18:30

Stephanie Inglis has returned home to Scotland. Inglis got injured in a motorbike crash when she was pulled from a motorcycle taxi in Vietnam when her skirt became caught in a wheel on May 12. The judoka, who won silver at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, was originally given a 1% chance of survival but her condition has since improved. Read more

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