September 17 - British Judo has today confirmed that 27 countries will compete in the 2009 GB World Cup for both men and women, supported by UK Sport's World Class events programme, at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, on Saturday and Sunday.
BRITAIN'S Peter Cousins, who last year overturned a lifetime Olympic ban, claimed a silver medal after losing in the final of the World Judo Championships in Rio de Janeiro.
BRITISH JUDO has announced its senior squad for 2009 as it begins its build-up to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
BRITAIN'S Euan Burton claimed a bronze medal in the -81kg weight category at the European Judo Championships in Belgrade today.
JUDO, which has failed to win a medal at the last two Olympics despite receiving £11 million in public funding, have criticised the decision by UK Sport to award them a raise of only £1.2 million to help them prepare for London 2012.
BRITISH JUDO ASSOCIATION (BJA) chairman Densign White (pictured) has been re-elected as a sports director of the European Judo Union (EJU), at the 60th EJU Congress held in Athens.
SEPTEMBER 5 - BRITISH JUDO has launched a £1 million programme in partnership with G4S Security Services (UK) in an effort increase children’s participation in the run-up to London 2012.
SEPTEMBER 19 - THE Judo World Cup will return to the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham tomorrow for the third consectutive year.
SEPTEMBER 19 - FRENCHMAN Patrick Roux (pictured) has today been appointed by the British Judo Association (BJA) in the newly created role of head coach as the sport seeks to end a run of Olympics without a medal in London 2012.
MAY 3 - BRITAIN'S preparations for the 2012 Olympics could receive a boost after one of the sport's all-time greats announced he is to base himself here during the build-up.
August 19 - The British Judo Association have officially launched its new centralised training centre, based in Dartford, which is aimed to ensure the sport delivers medals at London 2012 and beyond.
MAY 26 - CRAIG FALLON has today become Britain’s first male European judo Champion in 10 years after winning gold on the first day of the 2006 European Judo Championships, in Tampere, Finland.
MAY 27 - EDINBURGH'S Sarah Clark (pictured) has won the –63kg title on the second day of the 2006 European Judo Championships, in Tampere, Finland – beating both the World Champion and reigning European Champion to take gold.