The first International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix event following the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro concluded in Zagreb today with Russia top of the medal table, as five more gold medals were awarded at Dom Sportova.
Croatian Olympian Barbara Matić put her Olympic Games disappointment behind her at her home International Judo Federation (IJF) Zagreb Grand Prix as she won the gold medal in the women's under 70 kilograms division at the Dom Sportova.
The first International Judo Federation (IJF) event following the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro began at the Dom Sportova in Zagreb today France ending the day as the most successful country.
Croatian Olympian Barbara Matic will be looking to put her Rio 2016 disappointment behind her at her home International Judo Federation (IJF) Zagreb Grand Prix, which begins tomorrow.
Georgia beat Azerbaijan 3-2 to win the men's team title at the Junior European Judo Championships in Spanish city Malaga, as Germany thrashed Russia to win the women's event.
A new website has been launched by the International Judo Federation (IJF) following the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in a bid to "bring all judokas together".
Israel’s Olympic women’s under 63 kilogram judo bronze medallist Yarden Gerbi has raised $52,100 (£39,800/€46,600) by auctioning off her Rio 2016 name patch to raise money for a medical centre.
Judoka Rafaela Silva, the winner of Brazil’s first gold medal at Rio 2016, has returned to the favela where she was born in the Olympic host city to share her success with its inhabitants.
The logo for next year's International Judo Federation (IJF) World Championships in Budapest has been released.
French star Teddy Riner lived up to his star status be storming to the defence of his men’s over 100 kilogram title on the final day of judo competition at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
An incident involving an Egyptian judoka refusing to shake the hand of his Israeli opponent has been played down by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), who claim "these things happen" in the heat of the moment.
American judoka Kayla Harrison confirmed her retirement after successfully defending her women’s under 78 kilograms Olympic title by overcoming France’s Audrey Tcheumeo in the gold medal match at Carioca Arena 2 in Rio de Janeiro.
Judo is now among the most international of sports, with medal contenders from all over the globe, but founding fathers Japan showed they remain the team to beat here today by winning both Olympic gold medals decided today with clinical ruthlessness.
Khasan Khalmurzaev claimed Russia’s second Olympic judo gold medal and third overall of the Rio 2016 after beating the United States’ Travis Stevens in the men’s under 81 kilograms at the Carioca Arena 2.
Exclusive: Kelmendi backed by WADA after it is revealed she passed special drugs test following refusal in France
Kosovo's Majilinda Kelmendi passed a special drugs test set-up by the International Judo Federation (IJF) after she and a number of other athletes refused to undertake a random check following a visit from the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) at a training camp.