By Duncan MackayMay 3 - International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer has hailed the growth of Azerbaijan ahead of the second Grand Slam of the year in Baku.
By Duncan MackayApril 26 - Brazilian judo's preparations for Rio 2016 have received a boost with Bradesco, one of the country's biggest banks, renewing its sponsorship.
By Duncan MackayApril 15 - Japan's Tomoko Fukumi, the 2009 women's 48-kilogram world champion, has announced her retirement at the age of 27.
By James CrookApril 10 - Recently appointed performance director of British Judo, former European champion Nigel Donohue, has told insidethegames that British judokas are revelling in the rule changes, which became active this year, from the senior ranks all the way down to junior level.
By Duncan MackayApril 6 - Raimonds Rublovskis has been elected as the new President of the Latvian Judo Federation after narrowly defeating Olympic bronze medallist Vsevolods Zelonijs in the election.
By Duncan MackayApril 5 - Holland's Edith Bosch, who earned notoriety at London 2012 when she tried to restrain a man who threw a bottle at Usain Bolt before the start of the Olympic 100 metres final, has announced that she plans to retire later this month.
By Duncan MackayMarch 31 - New rules introduced to try to help improve the sport following London 2012 are beginning to take effect after the most successful World Judo Tour event, which ended at the Tekkeköy Turkey Yasar East Sports Hall in Samsun today, it was claimed.
By Duncan MackayMarch 30 - Turkey's Minister for Youth and Sport Suat Kilic was today joined by International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer as they opened the Tekkeköy Turkey Yasar East Sports Hall in Samsun.
By Duncan MackayMarch 29 - Turkey will have another opportunity to showcase its bid to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics when Samsun hosts the country's inaugural Judo Grand Prix.
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