Judo
Judo meaning "gentle way” is a modern combat sport that originated in Japan.

Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the object is to throw one's opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue one's opponent or force an opponent to submit by joint locking the elbow or by applying a choke.

Judo was first incorporated into the Asian Games in 1986.
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MEN
  +80kg
  +93kg
  +95kg
  55-60 kg
  -55kg
  60 - 65kg
  60 - 66kg
  63 - 70kg
  -63kg
  65 - 71kg
  66 - 73kg
  68 - 80kg
  -68kg
  70 - 80kg
  71 - 78kg
  73 - 81kg
  78 - 86kg
  80 - 93kg
  81 - 90kg
  86 - 95kg
  90 - 100kg
  Extra-Light, -60kg
  Half-Heavy, -100kg
  Half-Light, -66kg
  Half-Middle, -81kg
  Heavy, +100kg
  Light, -73kg
  Middle, -90kg
  Open Category
WOMEN
  +72kg
  +78 kg
  -44kg
  45-48 kg
  -45kg
  48 - 52kg
  52 - 56kg
  52 - 57kg
  56 - 61kg
  57 - 63kg
  61 - 66kg
  63 - 70kg
  66 - 72kg
  70 - 78kg
  Extra-Light, -48kg
  Half-Heavy, -78kg
  Half-Light, -52kg
  Half-Middle, -63kg
  Heavy, +78kg
  Light, -57kg
  Middle, -70kg
  Open Category
News
22.08.2011
Paris, France: During a magnificent gala at the Opéra Garnier in Paris, the International Judo Federation celebrated its 60th anniversary. Several prizes were awarded to important members of the judo family, including the best female j...

16.12.2011
Tokyo, Japan: At the Judo Grand Slam organised recently in Tokyo, Japan, the President of the International Judo Federation, Marius L. Vizer, and the President of the French Judo Federation, Jean-Luc Rouge, presented donation cheques o...

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