Judo Yukon is the sport governing body for Kodokan Judo in the Yukon, Canada.
Operating as usual
What is JUDO? | Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 What is Judo at the Olympics? Judo is a combat sport at Tokyo 2020. The athlete's basic goal is to use throws and submissions to overcome their opponent in a...
Way to go Canada!
A dream come true ! Now let’s work on another one 💪🏼
Un rêve devenu réalité ! Il est temps de s’attaquer au prochain 🤩 #judo #judocanada #worldchampion
Good to see life getting back to 'normal'!
Judo Alberta Summer Training Camp
July 12 to July 20,2021 - Lethbridge, AB
Please contact Ewan Beaton for registration:
JUDO IN TIME OF SOCIAL DISTANCING / LE JUDO EN TEMPS DE DISTANCIATION SOCIALE - https://mailchi.mp/60dfb4f20899/judo-in-time-of-social-distancing-le-judo-en-temps-de-distanciation-sociale #judo #judocanada
Canadians ranked 1 & 2 in the world.
⚡️ Rivalries on rivalries in the -57 kg category 🔥🔥🔥
Who will come out on top?
#judo #martialarts #olympics
Closed Guard: The Origins of Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil
Jigoro Kano is not only the father of Judo and BJJ, he is the father of all Japanese Martial Arts in the modern sense of the word. His genius was in adapting the ancient into the rapid modernization of Japan and creating a method of education and practice in the shape of sport. This syncretism would forever change how the world viewed Martial Arts, where "Martial" took a back seat to Kano's "DO" or educational approach.
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Judo - Limitless Possibilities - Judo Canada
Practiced in Over 200 Countries
25,000 Members in Canada
400 Judo Clubs
4 Canadian Olympic Medalists
#TBT - Geoff Gowan Award - Hiroshi Nakamura - Judo (2013)
Hiroshi Nakamura is synonymous with Judo in Canada. As the head coach of the Canadian national team from 1973 to 2004, he coached at five Olympic Games and 13 international judo competitions - highlighted by the medal winning performances of his athlete, Nicolas Gill at the 1992 and 2000 Olympic Games.
A Level 4 NCCP “Master Coach”, Hiroshi is currently the head coach at the Shidokan Judo club in Montreal (also the national training centre) and was recently promoted to Kudan (ninth-degree black belt) by Judo Canada. He also co-authored the first generation of NCCP judo manuals and still delivers judo seminars and clinics across Canada and internationally.
Over the course of his 50-year career in Judo, Hiroshi has received many Coaching Excellence Awards from Sport Quebec, Judo Quebec and Laureats Sportifs Montreal, as well as being inducted into the Judo Quebec and Judo Canada Halls of Fame. He has also been a recipient of the Longines-Wittnauer Coaching Award on several occasions and is a four-time recipient of a Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Award.
Geoff Gowan Award
Recognizing lifetime contribution to coaching development
The Geoff Gowan "Lifetime Achievement" Award recognizes a lifetime commitment to coaching and coaching development and is presented to an individual who has fostered a positive public image of coaching, enhanced the role of the coach within the Canadian public, and who is a role model for future generations of coaches. Judo BC
NCCP Emergency Action Plan: 🚑🥋
This valuable NCCP module is FREE and available online through the LOCKER at Coaching Association of Canada / Association canadienne des entraîneurs
Testing our followers judo history knowledge which requires answer yes or no.
1) Do you know who Doug Rogers is?
2) Do you know who Chuck MacKenzie is?
What call(s) would you expect from a referee on this move?
Just Wow! Perseverance at its finest!
What do you call this!?
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IJF - International Judo Federation
More than 1300 drawings have been submitted for our Great 8 competition!
Hurry up to submit yours! Only 8 days left!
The NA bomb !
Konnichiwa Team Sportif and Judo friends around the World.
We want to continue to develop our skills. Let’s call in the big guns. Who is one of the best coaches in the World 🌍 NEIL ADAMS
well here he is just for you!
#TBT or better known to the judoka as Osotogari Thursday.
Sometimes athletes do get unintentionally hurt but with proper rest and recovery - you’ll get better and stronger.
[04/29/20] It is official. The May 2nd, 2020 Yukon Judo Championships are officially canceled until further notice.
April 2nd 10h30 AM (EST) Follow on🥋🇨🇦 FACEBOOK the first LIVE interview of Antoine Valois-Fortier with Patrick Esparbes Please be indulgent, it will be a first 😉
Le 2 avril 10h30 suivez en direct la toute 1ère entrevue en direct avec AVF Merci de votre indulgence 🤗 #ChatWithPat #judocanada
NWT Judo Association
Judo Nova Scotia
Updated version of our judo LEXICON available on Judo Canada TOOLBOX FOR CLUBS section.
Une version améliorée du LEXIQUE disponible sur le site web de Judo Canada dans la section BOÎTE À OUTILS CLUBS
NWT Judo Association
Judo Nova Scotia
#judo #judocanada #lexicon #lexique
2019-2020 Season canceled-Saison annulée 😔
Message : Mike Tamura President Judo Canada
Nicolas Gill CEO-HPD
#judo #judocanada #StayHome #RestezChezVous
NWT Judo Association
Judo Nova Scotia
18 NEWAZA exercises 🥋🇯🇵🔝
Time to check in -
While leading warmup exercise, sensei says in Japanese 1, 2, 3, 4 and your reply would be...
Uchikomi with your uki
It has once again (and likely the last time here) come to sensei’s attention that sunlight is being carelessly misspent during the early mornings as of late.
In order to mitigate this squandering of precious sun rays, it has been determined that 1 hour is to be removed from your life in order to push the clock-time forward. By doing this, you will be able to enjoy 1 extra hour of warm, vitamin D producing rays of sunlight from our nearest star.
Therefore, it is recommended that all judokas turn their clocks forward 1 hour at precisely 3:00 am on Sunday, March 8th (or Saturday night).
Failure to make these adjustments to the space time continuum may result you being stuck in the past and potentially being late for a judo tournament, a judo class, etc.
And that should be it .... till we change our minds again.
Latest rules - good to know for referees plus coaches and athletes as well.
And the video reference mentioned in the document
nnsl.com January 25, 2020 - Inuvik will be host to the Arctic Open Judo tournament Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, bringing upwards of 50 judokai from Yellowknife and Whitehorse to the community...
yukon-news.com “It gives them experience for tournaments — just that added pressure and butterflies and all that”
Presidents of Judo Territorial and Provincial associations with Judo Canada CEO at the Presidents Retreat in Montreal 13-16 Jan 2020
guided big game hunts in nwt, canada
Yukon's adventure lodge. 6 intimate private rooms, gorgeous mountain views. www.be-yukon.com
To provide gently used Sporting Goods at reasonable prices and in an honest fashion to the citizens
Family and kids yoga
Surrounded by some of the most beautiful and untouched wilderness left on earth.
Peche et aventure au Yukon
Football at the end of the World
Bike racing in the Yukon with a new Whitehorse Criterium series. Criteriums begin at 6 pm (Youths) and 6:45 (Adults) every 2nd Wednesday.
Northern lights bowling is a renovated family-friendly bowling alley located at 95 Lewis Blvd. We provide a function room which hosts a karaoke machine and have special prices for those who pay before 5pm.
Flatwater North is dedicated to actively promoting and providing opportunities to enjoy, participate and excel in flatwater paddle sports for all Yukoners.
Yukon's dedicated Fly Fishing Shop for the discerning Fly Angler.
ElderActive Recreation Association (ERA) is a non-profit society in the Yukon. It seeks to enhance the lives of all Yukoners 55+ in body, mind, and spirit. We do this through events, programs and education.