September 10 - Edinburgh's Euan Burton (pictured) captured a brilliant bronze medal at the World Judo Championships in Tokyo.
Exclusive: British Judo frustrated Byrant will not be awarded gold medal after Chinese cheat disqualifed
By Tom Degun
May 10 - British Judo have expressed their frustration that the International Judo Federation (ITF) will not award Karina Bryant the gold medal for the Rotterdam 2009 World Championships despite China’s Tong Wen being stripped of her title due to doping.
May 10 - Japan's double Olympic judo gold medallist Ryoko Tani (pictured) is to stand for the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DJP) in the country's upcoming Upper House election, it was announced today.
By Duncan Mackay
British Sports Internet Writer of the Year
May 9 - China's judoka Tong Wen, who claimed the women's 78-kilogram title at the Beijing Olympic Games, has been banned for two years for doping and is set to miss the chance to defend her title at London in 2012.
By Mike Rowbottom
April 24 - Karina Bryant (picturedin white) has won bronze at the 2010 European Judo Championships in Vienna - the seventh European medal of her career.
April 23 - Euan Burton (pictured) won the third European bronze of his judo career today at the Championships taking place in Vienna - the first medal of the Championships so far for Great Britain.
By Mike Rowbottom
April 22 - Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, a judo black belt 6th Dan, plans to take time out from business this week to support his compatriots at the European Judo Championships in Vienna.
December 28 - Rasoul Boqiyev (pictured), the winner of Tajikistan’s first-ever Olympic medal, has agreed to continue representing the country ending fears that he would switch his nationality to Russia in time for London 2012.
December 15 - Euan Burton (pictured) stormed to an incredible gold medal in the -81kgs category of the 2009 Tokyo Grand Slam, becoming one of only three non-Japanese winners in one of the toughest and most prestigious tournaments in the world.
October 20 - South Korea's Wang Ki-chun (pictured), the world champion and one of the favourites for a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics, has threatened to retire after he admitted hitting a woman he met in a night club last weekend.