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Join the International Belgian Judo Open in Visé and Herstal
26 Jan 2018 14:25
The Belgian Open has always been a tremendous preparation for the major tournaments in Europe. Team from all around the world have participated in Visé in the past, and to start the year well, the judo community have an appointment in the Province of Liège, the weekend of 3rd and 4th February.
With two major open tournaments Belgian is at its best at 3-4 February in the area of Liège in the centre of Europe. One tournament for men in Visé and the second for women in Herstal, officially labeled the International Belgian Adidas Judo Open by the Fédération Francophone Belge de Judo (FFBJ). Come and join the International Belgian Adidas Judo Open.
In Visé, the men will fight at its 36th edition while in Herstal, the women’s tournament will be organised for the first time under the flag of the FFBJ. The proximity of the events, together with the participation of international teams from Europe and other continents, coupled with the support of the FFBJ, is a guarantee of success. Come an join the Belgian Open.
These two important events will be followed by the EJU training camp in Herstal, scheduled for February 5th to 8th, on the eve of the first Grand Slam of the season: Paris! Come an join us!
See you in Visé and Herstal for the the International Belgian Adidas Judo Open at February 3rd and 4th, 2018!
The program in Visé
Saturday February 3rd : -60kg,-73kg,-90kg, + 100kg.
Sunday February 4th : -66kg,-81kg,-100kg.
Start of the competition: 10:00. Watch the full history of the Belgian Open for men.
The program in Herstal
Saturday February 3rd : -48kg,-57kg,-70kg,-78kg.
Sunday February 4th: -52kg,-63kg, + 78kg.
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