No. 28 Autumn, 2001
What's in this issue?
Here's a taste of what you'll find in the latest printed edition of
The World of Judo Magazine.
- BJA AGM
- Charles Palmer... obituary
- European Youth Olympics
- The Physiological Composition of Elite Judo players
- Building the System - Peter Gardiner
- World Masters
- World Championships 2001
- Spirit of Judo
- Buchanan and Rogers interviews
- International Judo Challenge - RAF Report
- 50 Great Judo Champions Book review
- and much more!
||Former Korean Superstar KY Jeon Shoots New Video with Fighting Films
Seoul, Korea: 11-13 December, 2001
Former Korean superstar judoka in the Under 86 kg. category for men,
Ki-young Jeon (28) combined forces with Fighting Films Ltd. of Great
Britain from the 11th - 13th December 2001 in Seoul, Korea to produce
a new instructional video about the techniques that made Jeon a three
time World Champion and Gold Medallist at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics...
Judo Association AGM
AGM Report 8th September
The BJA members elected a new chairman at the AGM in Reading in September.
Britain's former World and European Championship medallist, Densign
White, took over the reigns as the BJA also elected three new board
members. Densign was elected by a clear majority over outgoing chairman,
Lesley-Anne Alexander, by 240 votes to 170. Meanwhile, Roy Inman,
Dermot Heslop and Richard Kenney were elected to the board in a major
shake-up in the hierarchy of the establishment...
TWOJ caught up with Peter Gardiner at the World Championships in Munich
and asked him to update me on his progress as National Coach for Denmark.
Peter has coached professionally for 26 years, first working for many
years as head coach at the Edinburgh club. He then formed his own
club, Sportif international...
After John's fantastic Bronze medal win at the World Championships
TWOJ caught up with him for a few words...
In September Britain took a team of six women and three men to Beijing
for the World Student Games. The team formed a close bond and although
there were not enough men to make up a full team, the women marched
on into the final of the team competition, beating Japan along the
way, before falling to China in the final. For one fighter, though,
there was not just team success to celebrate, for Michelle Rogers
also won the under 78kg individual title...
Picture of the Month
The IJF Picture of the
Month features the best in judo action from around the world, all
phtographed by the official IJF photographer, Bob Willingham.
the big picture »
out: January 2002
A photo report from the European Grand Prix
Prizes to be won
And much, much, more!
KITADA K. JPN
YOKOSAWA Y. JPN
LUPETEY Y. CUB
TANIMOTO A. JPN
WERBROUCK U. BEL
LEBRUN C. FRA
SUN F. CHN