Monday May 13
Adlington leads medal haul
Edinburgh Judo Club's Sarah Adlington returned from her 12-month injury nightmare to claim a silver medal at the British Judo Open in London yesterday.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Daily Record
Bupa Great Women's 10k: 7000 women brave the rain to compete in...
YOUNGSTERS in the care of Scotland's councils are being sexually exploited by the vice trade, an FoI probe has shown.
The Japan Times
Shichinohe defends over 100-kg judo title
Ryu Shichinohe vanquished Daiki Kamikawa in the men's over 100-kg final to defend the title at the All Japan invitational weight class championships on Sunday.
Scottish News: 8,000 set for women's 10k race
Around 8,000 women are expected to race in Glasgow later in the largest female running event in the UK.
Thu May 09, 2013
Get ready for the big 10K run
This year's fantastic programme features Radio Scotland presenter Bryan Burnett, who will again be the official compere, while the celebrity starters include Olympic silver medal winning judo player Gemma Gibbons and television presenter Carol Smillie.
Judo: Conway wins bronze medal to secure Masters place
THORNBURY judoka Sally Conway firmly put her European Championship disappointment behind her with a bronze medal at the Baku Grand Slam in Azerbaijan.
Tue May 07, 2013
Azerbaijani judo fighters garner 7 medals
Azerbaijani judo fighters have claimed a clutch of seven medals, including three golds, a silver and three bronze medals at Grand Slam judo tournament at Sarhadchi Olympic Sports Center in Baku.
Whitby's Kelita Zupancic on top of the judo world
The Rio Olympics are still three years away, but Whitby's Kelita Zupancic seems to be on track to chase a medal once they arrive.
Sun May 05, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Canada's Kelita Zupancic wins judo gold at Baku Grand Slam
Canada's Kelita Zupancic won a gold medal in the women's under-70 kg event at the Baku Grand Slam judo tournament.
Judo - Conway bounces back with Baku a
Sally Conway underlined her promise by claiming bronze at the Baku Grand Slam a week after losing her first bout at the European Judo Championships.
Sat May 04, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Saudis allow some girls' schools to offer sports
In this May 21, 2012 file photo, members of a Saudi female soccer team practice at a secret location in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
This is Bath
Judo duo Sarah Maslen and Ben Fletcher among Team Bath monthly award winners
Two judo players, a tennis player and a fencer are the winners of the latest Team Bath athlete of the month awards, demonstrating the breadth of sporting talent at the University of Bath.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
The Japan Times
MUFG in bid for Morgan Stanley's trust-banking assets
Comments by Tokyo Gov. Naoki Inose denigrating Istanbul's bid for the 2020 Olympics sends organizers scrambling to reassure the IOC that it knows the rules.
Three Yorkville Residents Place in Judo Tournaments Across the Country
The Illinois Elite Judo Club has had a busy spring season, competing in four tournaments with many local residents placing.
Judo coach displeased with European Championships results
PanARMENIAN.Net - Chief coach of Armenian judo team Tigran Babayan has expressed dissatisfaction with the athletes' performance at the European Championships.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
The Japan Times
Former world judo champ Anai to retire
Former world champion Takamasa Anai said Sunday he will draw the curtain on his career after competing in the men's under 100-kg category in Monday's All Japan Judo Championship at Tokyo's Nippon Budokan.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Haaretz Daily News
Judo / European Championships
Israel has won its second bronze medal at the European Judo Championships in Hungary.
Judo: Dawson and Conway out in Budapest
Leith's Patrick Dawson lost to Russian Musa Mogushkov in the first round of the Under-73kg event at the European Judo Championships in Budapest.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Israeli judoist takes bronze at Europe contest
Israeli judoist Yarden Gerbi took the bronze medal for the under-63kg competition at the Judo European Championships in Budapest, Hungary on Friday.
Road named after Olympic judo medallist
THE Olympic legacy will live on in Surrey Heath now a property developer has dedicated its latest venture to one of the borough's foremost athletic stars.