IJF/EJU – LIGNANO CADET EUROPEAN CUP 2022

IJF/EJU – LIGNANO CADET EUROPEAN CUP 2022

Articles & Press coverage?
See end of the post.

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Men

u55kg
Ross McWatt
added 20/1

u60 kg

Jack Walters

u66 kg
Kylan Aylward withdrawn 11/2

Louis Reid withdrawn 20/1

u73kg
Eden Heffernan

Fraser Clark 
World Cadet Ranking #27

Ben Moore – 7th Place

u81kg

u90kg
Noah Black

u100kg

100+kg

 

Women

u44 Kg
Emma McCabe

Sophie Carson withdrawn 20/1

u48kg
Amelia Shave

u52kg

Lola Hodson – 7th Place

u57kg
Sunny Doig

Jemma Smith withdrawn 20/1

u63kg
Sophie Wood

Sophie McMillan

Millie Bayliss

Madeleine Young

u70kg
Miai McCran – 7th Place

u78kg

78+kg 

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Particularly relevant to Judo Parents:

Qualified to Coach Judo? “2022 Case Study” – updated 1 Feb 2022 Reference: Kendal Judo Club – Click

 

Parent might also want to familiarise themselves with some of the less desired online practises by Judo coaches, Officials and Judo Association management & Committee members?
British Judo & Social Media – Click

If you want to join the most pregressive Judo FaceBook group where online bullying, ridicule and all the negative “isms” aren’t tolerated?

The GBJC FaceBook group – Click

 

Articles & Press
Check out the
EJU FaceBook page

EJU 9 February 2022
Author Thea Cowen

LIGNANO FIRST TO WELCOME CADET EUROPEAN JUDO TOUR

 

EJU 12 February 2022
Author Thea Cowen

LIVE NOW: LIGNANO CADET EUROPEAN CUP 2022 

 EJU 12 February 2022
Author Thea Cowen

MICHELA TERRANOVA, THROWING THE HEART BEYOND THE OBSTACLE

EJU 14 February 2022

Author Thea Cowen

CYPRUS GOES WITHOUT FAIL AT THE CADET EUROPEAN CUP OF 2022 

Judo
Players & Parents
 

 Without a BJA coach registry, you might get a false impression from social media, the press & websites about who is qualified and licensed to coach judo.  
 

Very similar case as in 2019, when Comberton Judo club falsely claimed their “head coach” was BJA licensed for almost 18 months after he had been suspended by the British Judo Association. 

Like Comberton Judo Club at the time, Kendal Judo Club has been receiving Government funding via the BJA for running the DiSE programme.  (Diploma in Sporting Excellence)  A programme for children & youth! 

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Wondering why the BJA and other British judo associations aren’t covering the event on their websites and social media platforms?  

You can write to the BJA and find out:
Staff Directory – click 

You might also be interested in how the BJA spent 1/8th of the last annual budget on paying directors & senior leaders Remuneration during the worst period for British judo ever – click.

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