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THE PHILIPPINES grabbed five gold medals on the first day of the Southeast Asian Judo Championships in Burma (Myanmar)yesterday.
By Mark Giongco
Fierce rivals Ateneo and De La Salle clinched separate titles in the UAAP Season 76 judo tournament at the Blue Eagle Gym on Monday.
The head of Japan’s judo federation has changed tack on quitting, vowing instead to oversee proper reforms in his sport after a series of scandals.
The Japanese Olympic Committee says it will launch an investigation into the alleged abuse of elite female judo competitors by former national coach Ryuji Sonoda.
Two-time Olympic judo champion Masato Uchishiba was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday for raping a female member of a university judo club in 2011.
Japan’s national women’s judo head coach said Thursday he would resign, the day after allegations emerged he had beaten his athletes with wooden swords.
Japan’s female Olympic judo athletes were beaten with bamboo swords and slapped by their coaches, officials said Wednesday, weeks after a schoolboy’s suicide sparked anguished debate over corporal punishment.
By Celest R. Flores
University of Santo Tomas reigned in the 75th season of the Universities Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) judo competitions once again, bagging the men’s, women’s and junior’s titles.
Newly-crowned Olympic heavyweight champion Teddy Riner admitted the abject misery of his shock defeat at the 2008 Beijing Games inspired him to London gold.
No Japanese man will win a gold medal in judo for the first time ever at an Olympic Games after Daiki Kamikawa lost in the heavyweight division in London on Friday.
By Artemio Engracia
Tomohiko Hoshina’s stint in the 30th Olympics in London lasted a little over a minute on Friday.
The first Saudi Arabian woman to compete in the Olympics was thrown easily in the first round of the Olympic judo competition on Friday.