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4 months ago

A successful weekend for the club last weekend with 5 of our juniors taking medals at the SKK Red and Yellow Belt competition in Newton-le-Willows, and Sensei Sandra taking bronze at the Ladies Open ... See more

4 months ago
Nominations Now Open for the 2018 British Judo Awards Dinner! - British Judo

Nominations for the awards open today (Friday 29th June) and will close on Friday 3rd August so be quick to avoid missing out!

4 months ago
Rob

Samurai are still taking entries for the men’s masters and kyu grades 7th July. Would be a good event for all 1st kyu and below men.
On 8th July samurai are hosting their ladies open for all ... See more

4 months ago
Judo soul

Kano said...
"A person's true value is determined by how much he or she contributes to society during his or her life. And because these very contributions enable those who strive to perfect ... See more

5 months ago
Wendy

Right guys you really should be entering this there are not many opportunities for all age groups at a level 3 event (AA 8-9yrs being the youngest age group and 50+yrs being the oldest) It's Also for ... See more

5 months ago
Sandra

Massive congratulations to our very own Sensei, Sandra, on winning a silver medal at the European Veterans Championships last weekend.

Awesome result!

I’d say that was a pretty good day at the office.
Silver at the European Veterans Championships in Glasgow.
#judo
Even better to have the medal presented by Loretta Cusack-Doyle #G2014 #JTeam

5 months ago
Cheshire & Greater Manchester Invitational Competition - British Judo

Players must hold a valid full BJA, BJC, AJA, or BSJA licence. This will be checked at weigh in. There will be no computer link up to the BJA on the day. Failure to produce a valid licence and record ... See more

5 months ago

Well the mats are down and we are ready to rumble, though the Senseis currently resemble two molten blobs, as it is very warm in here tonight - bring a water bottle!

6 months ago
Katana Judo Club

A few more shots from Monday's session with Brian.

Group photos and a couple of extras from the sessions on Monday

Welcome to Katana Judo Club

We hope you like our new website!

new website

Katana Judo Club, Chester, was founded in 2007, and goes from strength to strength under the watchful eyes of coaches Marc, Bruce & Sandra, who can be found at the club on a Monday night teaching and practising techniques, randori (light practice), competition style & technical style Judo with anyone who wishes to join them.

So if you’re aged 5-100, why not join them?

Come along on a Monday night and try out this Olympic & Paralympic sport for yourself. Anyone can do it.

Congratulations Sandra!

Congratulations to our Sensei Sandra on achieving her 1st Dan.

She received her official documentation in the post yesterday, having gained her final 20 points at the Kidderminster Ladies Open on 2nd March.

Blackbelt

 

Katana Judo Club is 3!

On September 8th 2007, Katana Judo Club Chester opened it’s doors to students. This was a great day for Judo in Chester, and especially for all the hard work that everyone involved with the set up of the club had put in in the previous 6 months.

The founders, in a bid to create a friendly environment in which to train and learn, decided to open their own club, with nothing but the idea and the will to do it. Along with some help from the British Judo Association, we have made a success of the opening of the club.

Our first 3 years have been successful with our numbers steadily increasing, and our facilities improving too. After starting with borrowed mats, we have managed to secure our own mat area and a regular dojo to train in. Not only that but we find ourselves in a good position to improve on our facilities this year, with the next goal being to secure some crash mats to help us demonstrate and practice some of the bigger throws.

To all the Parents, BJA members and other members of the club who have supported us we offer a big thank you for all your support and help through this year and hope to have an even better year this coming year!