Links to more judo writing

Better Judo - By Gerald Lafon
An unconventional perspective in sport judo from a highly experienced coach. Sensei Lafon is my coach when I lived in the U. S. and was the first person who emphasized the sport side of judo to me.

Judo Training Development - By Mark Lonsdale
A very experienced judo coach and competitor who was from New Zealand and lived and trained for several years with a top judo club in Paris, France.

Judo International: Voice of Japan by Gotaro Ogawa. Many interesting articles and interviews can be found on this web site operated by a former Japanese diplomat

A blog operated by a Judo coach living in Japan providing unique insights to news and the judo community in Japan>

Haku Michigami's Story: The Japanese judo master who spent five decades abroad, and who was instrumental in developing judo in France and the Netherlands. He was the sensei for the first European Olympic champion Anton Geesink of the Netherlands, who beat the favored Japanese to claim the firmst Olympic gold medal for Europe in judo.

Judo is a violent sport? Author Fabio Della Moglie (Italy) explains why judo is not a violent sport and a healthy outlet for children to expression their aggression in a healthy way, along with many other benefits.

JudoInfo.com
The original judo information central.

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