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IOC and IJF Presidents visit the Judo statue in Budapest

This morning, Dr. Thomas Bach, IOC President and Olympic Champion (Fencing, 1976), paid a visit to the Suzuki World Judo Championships statue just outside of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Mr. Bach was guided by the IJF President, Mr. Marius Vizer as well as HE Mr. Pál Schmitt, Former President of Hungary and double fencing [..]

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JAPAN WINS NEW MIXED TEAM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH OLYMPIC VERSION TO DEBUT AT TOKYO 2020

The IJF introduced its new Mixed Team competition to the world on the final day of the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships as Japan laid down a marker with a convincing victory on Sunday in front of International Olympic Committee President Dr. Thomas BACH. The Mixed Team Competition was officially added to the Tokyo 2020 [..]

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PEERLESS TEDDY RINER WINS HIS 9th WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS AS CHINA AND JAPAN END DAY SIX ON A HIGH

Double Olympic champion Teddy RINER (FRA) ruled the world for the ninth time as judo’s all-time great won all of his six contests in Budapest and overcame one of his toughest challengers on the last day of the individual competition in Hungary. RINER, 28, who is arguably the most dominant athlete on the planet, extended [..]

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The Olympic team competition will be presented in Budapest

In June, the executive committee of the International Olympic Committee decided that the judo  mixed team competition is going to be included in the program of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, so in the next Games there will be one more – altogether fifteen – gold medals distributed in this sport. The organizers of [..]

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