2016 IJF Veterans World Championships Report

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Report from 2016 IJF Veterans World Championships from Oceania Judo Union perspective by Mrs. S.G. Moorshead, Veterans Director, OJU. You can read the report below in both word or PDF format 161130-sm-report-ijf-veterans-world-championships 161130-sm-report-ijf-veterans-world-championships

2016 OJU Spring Kata Seminar Report

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2016 OJU Spring Kata Seminar 6th ~ 9th September and  2016 OJU & Sydney International Kata Championships 10th September Kata Seminar – Held at the NSW Judo Dojo, Newington Armory, Silverwater, NSW.   Once again, we were most fortunate to have … Read More

OJU Championships 2016 Veterans Results

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This was one of the most successful events ever with over 60 Judoka entered. It was a great day and there was some awesome display if Judo as well. Results are as follows: VM1-66 VM1-73 VM2-100 VM3-60 vm4-73 VM4-81 VM4-90 … Read More

OJU Championships 2016 Kata Results

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Congratulations to the medalists and all involved. The competition was of a very high standard and well contested. 2016 OJU Kata score sheets 3 judges_BVEdit

Results: 2016 OJU Championships

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First off we would like to say thank you to everyone who was a part of making this OJU Championships a success. Below are the results of the tournament. Please note however that there are some mistakes: -81kg Seniors 1st place Eoin Coughlon (AUS) … Read More

2016 Oceania Championships info

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Dear Friends We are glad to welcome you to Canberra, Australia this April 2016 where this year’s Oceania Championships will be held. This is the second time that Canberra will host the Oceania Championships and we are looking forward to … Read More

Concussion: horror of sports-related brain damage article

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This snippet is taken from: https://theconversation.com/concussion-horror-of-sports-related-brain-damage-is-only-now-emerging-54139 Concussions were traditionally seen as causing short-term functional problems like memory loss and impaired concentration. Now people are becoming increasingly aware that they result in structural damage, in particular to fine nerve-cell fibres called … Read More

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