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SASCOC salute Justin

Wednesday March 14, 2012

South Africa’s Olympic governing body, SASCOC has learnt with sadness about the passing on of judoka Justin Goosen.

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Big step for SA Judo

Saturday November 5, 2011

By Gareth Duncan
in Cape Town

The 2011 Junior World Judo Championship is being hosted in Cape Town – the first event of its kind to be held in South Africa. Read more…

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Feast of judo for Mother City

Monday March 14, 2011

Cape Town will be a hive of musclebound activity in late June/early July.

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Top fighters in Vanderijlpark

Saturday September 25, 2010

By Mark Etheridge

The Portuguese Hall in Vanderbijlpark will reverberate to the thud of the continent’s canniest fighters over the next week.

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Major tournament set for Cape Town

Wednesday July 21, 2010

South Africa will host the judo Junior World Championships in 2011.

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Four elite judoka head for Paris

Thursday July 15, 2010

Judo South Africa Elite players, Gideon Van Zyl, Patrick Trezise, Siyabulela Mabulu and Lusanda Ngoma will be attending an IJF sponsored international training camp in Paris from 20 July 2010 until 15 September 2010.

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Knoester to ref at world championships

Tuesday July 13, 2010

South Africa’s Oscar Knoester has been given the great honour of refereeing at the 2010 world championships in Tokyo, Japan.

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‘Mother of judo’ dies

Tuesday November 24, 2009

Rena “Rusty” Kanokogi, known as the “Mother of Judo” partly for her role in bringing women’s judo to the Olympic Games, has died at the age of 74.

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Trezise reaches Last 16

Thursday September 3, 2009

Pretoria’s Patrick Trezise reached the last 16 in his weight division at the World Judo Championships that ended in Rotterdam, Netherlands at the weekend.

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Judoka make moves in Malta

Monday August 3, 2009

Twelve South African judoka will take the floor for their country at the World Kata Championships in Malta in October.

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Road to LONDON 2012

100 full-colour pages packed with news and features for South Africa's Olympic community. Available at Exclusive books, CNA, sports retailers and Airport book stores at R29.95. To read the free online version by clicking on the cover below.
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