Odivelas in Portugal will host the 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo European Championships, it has been announced.
Judo Canada have become the latest governing body to name their athletes for the Parapan American Games in Toronto, which are set to be held from August 7 to 15.
The Lithuanian Blind Sports Federation has announced it will again host its annual International Judo Tournament for the blind and partially sighted in Vilnius later this year, they have announced.
Turkey's Demircan Güler has received the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Fair Play Award in recognition of a sporting gesture at last year's International Blind Sports Association (IBSA) Judo World Championships in Coloardo Springs.
Hungarian city Eger played host to a weekend of action in the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo World Cup and the Junior World Games, with Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan the two most successful nations.
Visually impaired judoka will descend on the Hungarian city Eger this weekend to compete in the 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo World Cup and Junior World Games at the start of what is a particularly important year for the sport.
Paralympic bronze medal-winning judoka Ben Quilter has been named a youth patron of the charity British Blind Sport (BBS).
The Blind Judo Foundation has provided a demonstration of the sport at the annual DisAbility Sports Festival in San Bernardino, California.
Judoka Naomi Soazo, Venezuela's first - and so far only - Paralympic gold medallist in any sport, has cut short her retirement plans in a bid to qualify for Rio 2016.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) and the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) have strengthened ties by reaffirming cooperation in promoting visually impaired judo with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding.
American Dartanyon Crockett delighted fans in Colorado Springs when he claimed the gold medal at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo World Championships, where Ukrainian athletes secured three of the 13 titles on offer.
A new plan to integrate fully sighted and visually impaired judo has been launched by Marius Vizer, President of the International Judo Federation (IJF).
April 25 - Visually impaired judoka were given the opportunity to test their wits in the city of the 2016 Paralympic Games as athletes from 10 countries visited Rio de Janeiro for a special training camp.
December 9 - Paralympic bronze medallist Ben Quilter has announced his retirement from competitive judo with immediate effect.
December 5 - Britain's Paralympic judo silver medallist Sam Ingram has defended his title at the Visually Impaired European Championships in Eger, Hungary defeating Eduard Tropinov of the Ukraine in the men's under 90 kilograms final.