The University of New South Wales Judo Club

We are the largest judo club in Australia and have the country's most successful kids judo training program. Our members include people who train from once a week to every day, people who train to learn judo and improve their fitness, kids of all ages, and state, national and international competitors. The club attracts many international visitors due to its reputation abroad. It is also close to the city and easily accessible via public transport. Get in contact with us or come along to a training session to find out more.

Kids Classes

Our hugely popular kids classes teach fun and safe judo to 3 - 4 years olds and up. We run 34 classes a week with kids of a similar age and ability together.

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Adult Beginners

We run a number of beginner courses suitable for people of all fitness levels. These will teach you the fundamentals of judo to kick start your training.

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Senior Sessions

These sessions mix conditioning drills, technique and free practice.
They are suitable for experienced competitors and developing players.

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24 hours ago

UNSW Judo Club

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UNSW Judo Club

UNSW had a satisfying day in Canberra over the weekend, coming away with some good results from the ACT Open. Because of the COVID restrictions this was only the second major national level competition, after the Sydney International. Entry numbers were good across the board, and there was some spectacular judo on display. With four mat areas operating, our coaches Ivica and JB were kept busy all day.

Once again Angus Hutcheon continues to show his promise, taking gold in both the cadet and junior men's 60kg, with some terrific judo and some monumental battles. In the cadets Angus defeated clubmate Elijah Raif, who also looked good, in the final.

It was gold also to Caspar D'Alton, showing some good judo, in the senior boys 66kg. Little brother Otis also scored a medal with bronze in the junior boys 34kg.

We also had silver medals to Aidan Miu (cadet 73kg) and Pietro Menga (Jun men 73kg). Very pleasing to see these two amongst the results.

Dylan Katz had a busy day, competing in all three age divisions...cadets, Jun men and senior men. Dylan saved his best for last, taking bronze in the seniors.

Thanks to all our members and parents who made the trip to Canberra. Unfortunately not all were able to make the podium, but gained valuable competition experience. Sadly, we had no girls or women competing...next time girls!
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