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Results

  • 2019 SA International Open (SAIO)

    Congratulation goes to all of the Events Committee, Officials and Volunteers for a weekend packed full of Judo, first the AMG then our Biggest SAIO event in a very long time. You should all be proud of this achievement.

    On Sunday morning we started with the Junior boys and girls, and Oh boy they didn’t disappoint, showing hard work, with great determination, focus, and skill, all coming out on the mat to try their best or win the match. Sadly some fights were over in seconds while others went to time or on to golden score showing the spectators what their state and club is made of.

    We went straight onto the Senior boys and girls divisions, with the Judoka succeeding with some stunning displays of strength, cunning, timing and confidence trying new moves learnt over recent months. These are the up and coming winners of years to come.

    The Cadets, Junior men and women came along next with our NO LIMITS – Special Need Players, and wow over the last six months or so you can really tell these players are improving by showing the some most impressive ground work, their throws, transition work is really coming together. Keep going we were so proud of all of you.

    Finally the Senior men and women – now here were some outstanding displays by experienced judoka, with players putting all of their skill learnt over the years to good use. There were also some orange and green kyu grades putting everything they had into their fights against more experienced opponents and sometimes, winning!

    Thank you to all the clubs from SA and around Australia, who had players completing in this event, making it a brilliant event.

    SA players and supporters were from Adelaide Aiki Judo, Whyalla Judo, Adelaide Uni Judo, Western Youth Judo, Elizabeth Special Needs Judo, UniSA Judo, Kazuko Judokan, Tiger Judo, Parafield Gardens Judo, SA Judo Academy, Platinum Judo, Kangaroo Judo, Gawler Judo and Goshin.

    Interstate players came from Blacktown City Judo, Ni Bonchi, Beyond Grappling, Caulfield Judo, Preston-Eltham Judo, Taketani Academy, Budokan Judo, Uni NSW Judo, Sydney Uni Judo, Judokan, Kardinga Judo, Hawthorn & Lilydale Judo, Zenbo Judo, Senshi Academy, Uni WA Judo and Santos Academy. Thank you all for coming over and helping us make this a brilliant comp.

    Most importantly, we’d like to acknowledge and thank the Sponsors and businesses helping with the event in any way. Along with the SA clubs which have already been named, Michael Stewart Electrical, City of Marion, Essimo Australia, Dojo Mats, Adelaide Advanced Physiotherapy, Signs on Para Salisbury without your support we couldn’t have done it!

    Download Results Pools sheets here…

  • 2019 AMG

    What an amazing event, this year was the first year JudoSA hosted the Australian Master Games. Thank you to all our Events Committee members and Volunteers over the weekend, you made this event a huge success.

    The event kicked off on the Friday night with some excellent Kata performances then Saturday morning commenced with JudoSA President officiating at the opening ceremony. Veterans from around Australia then competed in shiai showing the younger generation how its done. An Open Age event was also held by popular demand!

    Download Results here…

  • 2019 MONster and Senior Point Results (August)

    What a great day, as usual the MONster Comp run smoothly under the watchful eye of Jane & Jimmy Bradbury. Brilliant Job once again to both of you and your helpers.

    Senior Points Competition Run also went well, tried a couple of different things in preparation for the Australian Master Games and this years SA International Open like the trail of the DJ and some commentary from Jimmy Bradbury and Mark Skanes. We also were trailing two mat areas at once which seemed to go well also.

    Please don’t forget to send any photos to #Team JudoSA so we can publish them. Thanks

  • 2019 May Senior Points Competition

    Today saw the May Senior Points Competition, Thank you to all players who attended the event and for making the afternoon great. There was some amazing throws, some very quick fights!!!  friendly banter going on between players. So Congratulations to all, from the winners, to the judoka competing in their first ever competition. See you all at the next Competition!! Don’t forget if you were on the side lines and took photos please don’t forget to #TeamJudoSA so we can include them in social media Posts.

  • 2019 State Titles Results

    On the 13 April 2019 JudoSA held their State Titles event which saw 68 Competitors with 98 fights. What a brilliant day.

  • 2019 Autumn Championships Results

    The first Competition for the year was hosted by Kangaroo Judo Club (KJC) and ran smoothly, thanks to the host club and all the volunteers and officials. The Championships were preceded by a MONSters an Kyu Capers run by Kazoku Judo Club and supported by KJC.

    Results for the event can be downloaded here…

    Summary Results

    Pool Sheets for Autumn Championships

  • 2019 MIJO SA Results

    JudoSA had a good representation at this year’s Melbourne International Judo Open. The results can be downloaded below.

  • 2018 JudoSA State Titles Results

    The State Titles last Sunday, hosted by Gawler Judo Club were a successful event. The Best Competitor Award for the day was judged by 5 Coaches and was awarded to Tara Hobby from Parafield Gardens Judo Club! Congratulations Tara! The $100 cash prize for the best tachiwaza ippon was also judged by the 5 Coaches, all from different Clubs, and was awarded to Nathan Freeman from Kangaroo Judo Club for his beautiful Ouchigari! Congratulations Nathan!

    Summary Results and Pool Sheets can be downloaded here…

  • 2018 SAIO Results

    SAIO 2018 on Saturday 13th October was a very successful event. Congratulations to all the players and medal winners for some excellent judo. Two players competed in both the kata and shiai. The Westminster School venue worked well again for the competition, accommodation and dinner after the event. JudoSA would like to thank all the dedicated volunteers, referees and officials for their contribution over the weekend. And a special thank you to our interstate players and parents who traveled over to Adelaide for the event.

    The results and pools sheets can be downloaded below…

  • 2018 Spring Championships Results

    Summary Results…

    Senior Mens Pool Sheets…

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