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NATIONAL COACHING & ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

COACHING DEVELOPMENT & ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT Why They Should Run in Tandem By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development In most sports, national level athlete and coaching development programs evolve over a number of decades with each Head Coach bringing new perspective … Continue reading

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NATIONAL TEAM BUILDING FOR JUDO

THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAM BUILDING IN JUDO By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development ¬†How do you take individual competitors from a dozen geographically diverse clubs, who may have only seen each other at a national championship, and turn them into … Continue reading

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JUDO HISTORY – 1936 BERLIN OLYMPICS

Many will recognize this iconic picture from the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin when Jesse Owens (USA) won four gold medals in track & field, and in the process discredited Hitler’s master race theories. But standing right in front of … Continue reading

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