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Thursday 1st October Master Class with Danny Williams
Bishop Challoner Judo Club are hosting a Master Class with Danny Williams of Camberley Judo Club. Adult and Children classes both available. Please come along and support Danny on his way to Rio.
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New Kumi Kata (Grip Fighting) video by warriorcollective.com featuring Danny Williams, Judy Olympian and Commonwealth Champion with his assistant Neil teaching techniques against same sided opponents.
You’re forgiven if you think this is a hoax as it’s a rare occurrence but hopefully things are changing. BT Sport 2 tonight are showing the World Championships from 8pm.
The Judo Obi commonly known in Judo circles to mean Judo belt in fact means Sash, commonly worn with the Kimono. Jigoro Kano the founder of Judo fashioned the gi on the Kimono.