Tunisian Nihel Cheikh Rouhou claimed an 11th gold medal with a victory in the women's over-78 kilogram category on the final day of the African Judo Championships in Dakar in Senegal.
Senegal's Mbagnick Ndiaye will not defend his men's over-100-kilogram title tomorrow on home soil after a defeat to Tunisia's Faicel Jaballah in the semi-finals of the African Judo Championships in Dakar.
Egypt's Youssry Samy, who had reached the men’s under-60 kilograms final at the 2021 African Judo Championships in Dakar, Senegal by beating four-times champion Fraj Dhouibi of Tunisia, was then beaten to gold by Morocco’s Issam Bassou.
Four-time African champion Fraj Dhouibi of Tunisia will not be able to win a third straight title at the 2021 African Judo Championships in Dakar, Senegal, following a shock loss on the opening day of competition.
Senegal's Mbagnick Ndiaye is set to defend his men's over-100-kilogram category at the 2021 African Judo Championships, as he eyes winning a third straight title in Dakar.
Siteny Thierry Randrianasoloniaiko has been elected as the new President of the African Judo Union (AJU), replacing the incumbent Mali's Habib Sissoko, at the AJU Congress in Casablanca in Morocco.
An audio file has been published purportedly of Iran Judo Federation President Arash Miresmaeili instructing the coach of Saeid Mollaei to inform the judoka to lose a contest to avoid facing an Israeli opponent.
The European Judo Union (EJU) has signed a deal with sports equipment company Essimo, which has become a premium partner of the organisation.
A new gymnasium proposed for the Aichi-Nagoya 2026 Asian Games is expected to open in 2025 and be surrounded by trees.
The European Judo Union (EJU) has extended its agreement with the sport's clothing supplier Ippon Gear, which will become a premium partner.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) says it assisted in facilitating the release of Robert Vardanyan, a teenage Armenian judoka taken prisoner by Azerbaijan during the recent Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Hosts Russia finished top of the medals table at the International Judo Federation’s Kazan Grand Slam with four golds - with the most emphatic win coming in the concluding men’s over-100 kilograms category from Tamerlan Bashaev.
Home judoka Madina Taimazova had a barnstorming day at the International Judo Federation’s Kazan Grand Slam, taking gold in the women’s under-70 kilograms category after defeating Japan’s world champion Chizuru Arai in the semi-final.
Japan’s double world champion Ute Abe lived up to all expectations today as she won the gold at the International Judo Federation’s Kazan Grand Slam, the last major event ahead of the Budapest World Championships and the Olympic competition in Tokyo.
A total of 409 judoka from 79 nations are set to take part in the International Judo Federation's (IJF) Kazan Grand Slam, which will be the last major event ahead of the Budapest World Championships and the Olympic competition in Tokyo.