Because we are all so young at heart, Oxford Judo of course has an Instagram account! So if you’re part of the social media crowd, join our Facebook page and follow us on our Instagram profile. Also remember to tag us in all the judo shenanigans you get up to with #oxfordjudo and @oxfordjudo. We… Continue reading Follow Oxford Judo on social media!
2017 is proving to be a challenging year space-wise, as more players than ever are showing up to practice, and causing head coach Chris to meticulously count attendees to make sure the dojo doesn’t surpass its maximum number of people allowed inside. So far so good, although there have been quite a few close calls. With… Continue reading Luxury problems as dojo fills to the brim
New Year = new reasons to celebrate. Last year’s president Rachel Wheatley took upon herself to organise another great event to bid welcome another year filled with more successes. Over 30 Oxford Judo members attended the New Year meal at Vincent’s on High Street, and everyone looked especially sharp in their formal wear and Oxford… Continue reading New Year Meal at Vincent’s
The first national event of the year was this week’s Scottish Open, and below is the report from Liam Hart, who represed Oxford and the RAF at the event. I arrived in Edinburgh the night before the completion, staying in a military accommodation in the beautiful Edinburgh castle, which is a famous attraction in Scotland.… Continue reading Liam Hart at the 2017 Scottish Open
Oxford Judo was delighted to welcome a group of Japanese high school students and their group leaders to visit our beautiful city over the Christmas Holiday. As most students had already left for home, they were shown around by our Chairman Dr. Tony Buley with good assistance from our coaches and resident players, as well as… Continue reading The Tokai team visits Oxford
In a weekend filled with everything we love about judo – competitions, gradings, and socialising – Oxford Judo had something for everyone. In Sheffield four of our English players had qualified to fight in the British Senior Championship this year, with Rachel fighting in the women’s u63s, Abbie in the women’s u70s, Henry in the men’s… Continue reading 4 Oxford judoka in the British Senior Championship (with more fun stuff going on at home)