Judo – 2016 Rio Olympics

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Updated: June 15, 2016

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Judo known as “gentle way” in Japan, the country has been any less docile when maintaining the stranglehold on the number of accumulated in judo at the Summer Games medals thing. With a forward use against the opponent’s strength philosophy, the judoka foot is placed with foot using a combination of demolitions, detentions, chokes and dislocations in order to score an ippon. Enter the world of waza-aris, Yukos and judogi while the tatami is the star of London’s ExCel Center.

Within the origin of judo players fit as the “samurai” in whom the creator named above was based martial art, mixing techniques and certain skills “Jiu Jitsu Jujitsu”. The man who was important in the origin of judo as a martial art was Jigoro Kano, who is credited with the creation of this system of self-defence, all this in the late nineteenth century.

This doctor had the audacity and courage to found his first judo school when he was only 20 years old, showing great maturity and willingness to teach this beautiful new art. Over time, and as their doctrines gained followers, he was also gaining respect and admiration. The year 1980 should be specified for the “bum” Judo made mischief in Japan, where it was so well received that even began to profess as the official sport of educational organisations around Japan. But its widespread popularity does not stop there, in fact after being integrated into many police organisations as a training method for professional, would also be included in the famous and always known “Olympic Games”. Event included them in 1992. The judo as good martial art, it is a sport that is estimated to have more than 10,000 fans and not so much who practice worldwide. A curious fact we know that in the judo, the highest level to reach is the twelfth Dan, which by the way only one person has done through history, and this is Jigoro Kano, the inventor.

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Known as "gentle way" in Japan, the country has been any less docile when maintaining the stranglehold on the number of accumulated in judo at the Summer Games medals thing
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