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Grand Slam Tokyo cancelled

19 Sep 2020 15:15

The International Judo Federation has decided not to hold the Tokyo Grand Slam as scheduled from Dec. 11-13 amid coronavirus infection concerns, a source close to the matter told Kyodo News on Saturday. Read more

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Throwback 19 Sep 2000 Severine Vandenhende shows France the way

19 Sep 2020 14:10

At the Olympic Games of 2000 France had to wait a long time for a gold, but at 19 September 2000 Severine Vandenhende finally gave France its first Olympic title in Sydney. Fifteen years later Vandenhende helps the younger judoka to success. JudoInside witnessed the Olympic Games in Sydney with each day new miracles at perhaps the best ever Games. We throwback to 19 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more

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European Championships postponed for the second time

19 Sep 2020 14:05

The European Champions were again postponed. It would fit better in the IJF schedule if the blockbuster event of the European Judo Union was postponed a week. The original date in April was obviously changed into November due to the coronacrisis. Initially scheduled from 8-10 November the European Championships now takes place from Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st of November. Read more

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Throwback Sydney Olympics 18 September with European joy

18 Sep 2020 10:50

At 18 September 2000 in Sydney two European nations celebrated a gold medal for their legends. At the third day of the Olympic Games Isabel Fernandez of Spain and Giuseppe Maddaloni of Italy changed their lives with Olympic gold. Nowadays they are still valuable for our sport. JudoInside witnessed those games closeby. We throwback 20 years ago to 18 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more

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Throwback 17 Sep 2000 with the turkish fairytale of Huseyin Ozkan

17 Sep 2020 08:55

At 17 September 2000 Turkey captured its first Olympic title in Sydney. An extraordinary stunt by Khasei Bisultanov aka Huseyin Ozkan. Adopted, cherished and still headcoach of Turkey. JudoInside witnessed the Olympic Games in Sydney with each day new miracles at perhaps the best ever Games. We throwback to 17 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more

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Throwback: Japanese legends Nomura and Tani captured gold at 16-9

16 Sep 2020 21:20

That special day in 2000, exactly 20 years ago, when both Japanese legends Ryoko Tani and Tadahiro Nomura won the Olympic title in Sydney. JudoInside witnessed that amazing Japanese first Olympic day in Darling Harbour. We throwback to 16 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman for the World of Judo Magazine. Read more

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We are All with Saeid Mollaei

16 Sep 2020 14:00

2019 World Champion Sagi Muki supported 2018 World Champion Saeid Mollaei on social media in advance of the trial at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Thursday. The Iran Judo Federation were suspended by the International Judo Federation (IJF) last October until they give guarantees that they will not boycott matches against Israeli opponents. Read more

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