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Sask Open – Day 2

Sask Open – Day 2

End of the 2018 Sask Open. Great effort by all athletes!! Congratulations to all medalists!!
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2018 Sask Open – Day 1

2018 Sask Open – Day 1

Congratulations to Judo MB Team members that placed today at the 2018 Sask Open in the Veterans, U21 and U18...
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Judo Policies

Judo Policies

Two policies which have been approved by the Technical Committee: 1. Provincial Team Selection Policy 2. Special Projects Funding Policy
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James Colp – National A

James Colp – National A

James Colp was successful in his evaluation for National A at the Eastern Canada Championship in Edmundston, New Brunswick. Congratulations...
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Judo, or “gentle way”, was founded by Jigoro Kano in 1882, who as a youth began practicing the samurai fighting art of jujutsu or “gentle art” as a way to strengthen his body.

Today, judo is an Olympic sport being practiced in over 200 countries, with practitioners (known as judokas) from all walks of life proudly carrying on the tradition and stepping onto the mat to forge their mind, body, and spirit.