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Judo Manitoba has prepared a new Registration Form for members. This form is designed to collect the information and the...
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NCCP Dojo Instructor course

NCCP Dojo Instructor course

NCCP Dojo Instructor course at the University of Manitoba this weekend.
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Sask Open Bus Signup

Sask Open Bus Signup

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Shogun and Jennifer

Shogun and Jennifer

Congratulations to @shogun_laczko on getting his Shodan(first degree black belt) and to @_jenguyen on getting her Nidan(second degree black belt)...
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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.