Tel Aviv’s hosting of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix ended in a blaze of glory tonight as home male judoka Peter Paltchik and Or Sasson finished with gold medal performances in the Shlomo Arena.
Italy's Olympic champion Fabio Basile topped the podium at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Tel Aviv Grand Prix.
Japan and South Korea won two gold medals each on the opening day of the International Judo Federation Tel Aviv Grand Prix.
Israeli heavyweight Or Sasson will lead the home charge at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Tel Aviv Grand Prix, which begins tomorrow.
A new agreement to expand the "Judo in Schools" project has been agreed in Uzbekistan - a day after the country's capital Tashkent was awarded next year's World Championships.
Tashkent in Uzbekistan is to host next year's World Judo Championships following the withdrawal of Vienna, it was announced today.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) has released the latest episode of its Judo for the World video series, which focuses on Jordan.
International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer looked ahead to the Olympic debut of the mixed team event at Tokyo 2020 in his New Year's message.
German couple Regina and Johannes Daxbacher have received the country's Eine-Welt-Medaille for their work teaching judo in Ethiopia.
Fanny Estelle Posvite of France defeated former world champion and compatriot Audrey Tcheumeo to continue her formidable run, since stepping up to under-78 kilograms at the International Judo Federation World Judo Masters in Qingdao.
Saeid Mollaei's debut for Mongolia ended in disappointment, losing his first-round bout in the under-81 kilograms category at the International Judo Federation World Judo Masters in Qingdao.
Kim Jin-a secured North Korea's first gold medal in the history of the International Judo Federation World Judo Masters, as she won the women's under-57 kilograms division in Qingdao.
Saeid Mollaei, who defected from Iran after being ordered to withdraw during this year's World Judo Championships, is due to make his debut for Mongolia in the IJF World Masters that starts in Qingdao, China, tomorrow.
Saeid Mollaei has been cleared to compete for Mongolia and could represent the nation at next year's Olympic Games following his defection from Iran, after being ordered to throw his semi-final at this year's World Judo Championships rather than set up a potential clash with a rival from Israel.
Austria's two-time Olympic judo champion Peter Seisenbacher has been sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty of sexually abusing two young girls he once coached.