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Tournament Sanctioning for B level events.

Tournament Sanctioning for B level events.

Further to the introduction of the new Sacntion B level of tournaments organized in Canada,  please fill up the attached
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2018 Legion Athletic Camp

2018 Legion Athletic Camp

From July 29 to August 4, 2018, 26 athletes enjoyed learning judo at the Legion Athletic Judo Camp under the
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Judo Manitoba Women’s committee

Judo Manitoba Women’s committee

  The Inaugural meeting of the Judo Manitoba Women's Committee was held on Aug 11th at the U of M Chair: Linda
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2018 Sergio Pessoa Clinic

2018 Sergio Pessoa Clinic

Thank you Sergio for conducting a coaching clinic for some of the Judo MB Coaches on Aug 3, 2018.
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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.