A record number of athletes will compete at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the sport’s governing body has announced following the confirmation of the qualified judokas.
British judo star Stephanie Inglis, who is recovering from a coma after a motorcycle crash in Vietnam, has arrived home in Scotland.
The British Judo Association (BJA) will pursue the possibility of retrieving money from former chairman Kerrith Brown after the sponsorship debacle which led to Glasgow being stripped of the 2015 European Championships.
Ivan Todorov has been elected President of the Serbian Judo Federation (SJF) for the fifth consecutive time.
British judo star Stephanie Inglis, who was given a one per cent chance of survival after a motorcycle crash in Vietnam, has woken from her coma.
Olympic champion Kayla Harrison triumphed in her showdown with Brazil’s Mayra Aguiar to claim gold in the women’s under 78 kilograms event at the International Judo Federation (IJF) World Judo Masters at the Lopez Mateo Sports Centre in Guadalajara.
A fund to help pay for the hospital care of Commonwealth Games judo silver medallist Stephanie Inglis has now raised nearly £250,000 ($366,000/€329,000).
Japan’s Miku Tashiro successfully defended her International Judo Federation (IJF) World Judo Masters title at the Lopez Mateo Sports Centre in Guadalajara, as she builds towards her Olympic debut at Rio 2016.
Japan’s world champion Misato Nakamura showed her form ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by winning International Judo Federation (IJF) World Judo Masters gold in the women’s under 52 kilogram competition at the Lopez Mateo Sports Centre in Guadalajara.
Brown blamed for Glasgow's loss of 2015 European Championships but British Judo Association chief executive keeps job
Former British Judo Association (BJA) chairman Kerrith Brown has been “almost entirely” blamed for Glasgow being stripped of the 2015 European Championships in a scathing report published as part of a review into the controversy.
Reigning Olympic champion Kayla Harrison of the United States and Brazil’s Mayra Aguiar will renew their rivalry in the women’s under 78 kilogram event at the International Judo Federation (IJF) World Judo Masters in Guadalajara, Mexico.
A “Judo Educational Journey” through various regions in Australia is the main topic covered in the fifth instalment of the "Judo for the World" video series.
Cuba's Olympic champion Idalys Ortiz claimed a confidence boosting win ahead of her title defence at Rio 2016 at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Almaty Grand Prix in Kazakhstan.
A fund set up to pay for the hospital care of a British judo star who is fighting for her life after a motorcycle crash in Vietnam has raised more than £150,000 ($215,000/€190,000).
France claimed a female double today as the International Judo Federaton (IJF) Almaty Grand Prix continued at the Sport Palace Baluan Sholak, with Margaux Pinot and Marie Eve Gahie each claiming gold.