German twins Carmen and Ramona Brussig were both beaten at the final hurdle of their respective judo competitions here today as they surrendered the titles they won at London 2012.
Priscilla Gagné will make her Paralympic Games debut at Rio 2016 after being named as one of two judokas on the Canadian team.
A process has been opened by the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) Judo to select hosts for major events over the next four years.
Two-time Paralympic medallist Sam Ingram delighted the home crowd on the second and final day of the Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix in Walsall as the Briton claimed the men’s under 90 kilograms gold medal.
Vitalii Koriakin overcame Vasilii Kutuev in an all-Russian men’s under 66 kilograms final on the opening day of the Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix in Walsall in Britain.
Walsall in Britain is set to play host to a Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix this weekend with the world’s best expected to compete in the final event ahead of this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A Visually Impaired Judo Grand Prix is to be held in the British town of Walsall ahead of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, it has been announced.
Dartanyon Crockett will seek to claim the second Paralympic medal of his career after being named in the United States’ judo team for Rio 2016.
Double Paralympic medallist Sam Ingram is among four British judoka to be confirmed for Rio 2016.
International Blind Sports Federation judo world champion Dartanyon Crockett has led a project to donate clothing to residents of Colorado Springs in what he believes is as an opportunity to give something back to the community.
Azerbaijan, Russia and Ukraine each completed a superb weekend at the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships, triumphing in separate team competitions at the Odivelas Sports Hall in Portugal.
Ukraine gained a golden treble as individual finals concluded at the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships at the Odivelas Sports Hall in Portugal, as Russia remained the strongest overall nation.
Russia led the way with three gold medals on the opening day of the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships at the Odivelas Sports Hall in Portugal.
Leading visually impaired judoka from across the continent have descended on the Portuguese municipality of Odivelas for the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Championships.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has launched a website dedicated to their upcoming Judo European Championships in Odivelas, Portugal.