We are back to training. Please check the Times and Location tab to find available training times. Also please make sure your BJA license and Club membership are up to date and that you sign up for individual sessions via form circulated in weekly emails.
Our 2019/2020 Men’s Captain Quincy van den Berg has written the annual Captain’s Report, a great piece on this year’s successful beginner’s course, club training and competitive achievements! Read the report here
Join us for the celebration of 90 years of Varsity Judo between Oxford and Cambridge! Marking the 90th Anniversary of this event, it is the oldest judo competition outside of Japan. Matches will take place at the Iffley Sports Centre in Oxford on the 29th February. Entry is free and the tickets help us to… Continue reading Varsity Match Information
One of our most successful beginners, Miles has had quite a year! For more information on VI and Adaptive Judo click here. “Hi, I’m Miles, I’m 20, I study Maths at Oxford and I’m visually impaired. I started Judo at the beginning of university. I had never done anything like it, I had no martial… Continue reading Meet Current British Visually Impaired Champion, Miles
Oxford Judo claim seven Commonwealth medals: four gold, two silver, and one bronze The 2019 Commonwealth Judo Championships were held in Walsall Birmingham from 25 – 29 September, 2019. This is the first time England has hosted this event since 2002, when it was part of the Commonwealth Games in Manchester. This year’s event saw… Continue reading Commonwealth Judo Championships success for Oxford Judo
Every year since 1930, Oxford and Cambridge have held an annual competition. In recent years, there have been four teams representing each club during Varsity: Men’s A, Men’s B, Women’s, and City. The latter team consisted of seven men and one woman. However, we’ve seen an increasing number of girls and women on the mat,… Continue reading 2019: The inaugural Women’s City Team