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PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF
DATE National PSUK Judo Championships

PSUK
National Judo Championships will now take place at Brecon Leisure Centre on 24th
September 2016 hosted by Dyfed Powys Police.
Later
this year the entry  forms will be circulated here on the website on the
PSUK FB page, sent to all forces and to all our members in PSUK Judo.
Andy
Grand is liaising closely with our hosts Gary and Louise Cole all three are
working hard to give you a premier event and will keep you up to date with
progress.
Now
is the time to get your leave  and any financial requests into your force,
please do not leave it till later only to be told by your force that you cannot
have leave etc.  When the entry papers are out please submit them quickly
, every year the organisers and PSUK committee have to remind our members to
'get your entry in' this year lets make the national championships a big
success with an increase in participants, if you know of judoka eligible to
enter please tell them and support their entry.
See
you there
Chris
Hunt PSUK Judo National Committee Member

PSUK Judo Weekends
The
PSUK Judo committee have had to consider the number of events that we offer in
particular our two National Technical weekends, this has come about from the
dwindling numbers of PSUK members attending, we fully appreciate that time off
and funding are the main challenges, and am sure that if we could return to the
good old days we would have attendance numbering in the 80s, but we know that
is not going to happen. So we are looking at slimming by the considering taking
away one of the weekends and rescheduling the events we host to spread the cost
and leave/time off problem.

What
we are considering is moving our prime weekend hosted jointly with the WJA to a
date in the spring leaving the National Championships in late summer/Autumn.
The last Cardiff weekend in Nov had a small amount of PSUK attendees and the
previous spring weekend was no better. By making the suggested changes this
gives you a quality event at each end of the year spreading the cost  and
hopefully the burden of your own annual leave/time off.   We will
make a final decision soon , but to aid that could you please let me have your
thoughts either to my email chrishuntejdo@gmail.com
or on our PSUK FB where I have copied this announcement.  The events are
for you if cost and time is not the issue in the  lack of support then
please tell us, we can make changes to give you want you want. Last year we
wrote to all PSUK members on our circulation list asking what else you would
like to have on your weekends, we received 8 replies out of approximately 200
requests sent out, it would be great to have more this time.
Look
forward to hearing from you
Regards
Chris
Hunt
PSUK
Judo National  Committee Member








Congratulations to the British Police Judoka
who medalled at the BJA  2015
  National Masters Championships in Walsall
Martin Foster - Gold  m6 u100
Fred Itiose - Silver m4 0/100k
Will Halliday - Bronze M2 u73k
Stewart Hyde - Bronze M5 u100
 Will Halliday

PSUK National Champions 2015   CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FULL RESULTS
Senior menLadies 
u66Gary Cole Dyfed Powys u63Joanne Coull    Police Scotland  
 u73James Lewis Kent u70Kate Harris  West Mids
 u81Lee Holley Devon & Cornwall 0/70 Lauren Holley       Devon & Cornwall
 u90John Goodwin GMP
 u100 Neil Langworthy SuffolkMasters
 o/100'sLewis Brooks Lancashire u90Darren Dean North Wales



0/90Fred ItioseMet




Veterans Kyu 
 u81 Gary Liddle    Surrey u81Grant Cannell
City of London

 u90John Goodwin GMP u90Gareth Taylor
GMP

 u100 Jamie Roberts North Wales open Jack Dobbinson West Mids
 o/100 Fred Itiose Met
 openJethro Christie North Wales



The  Metropolitan Police Service were our hosts this year  held in the
 East End  Docks area Stewart and Nancy Hyde  with the Met judo section 
organised a  superb event from the   hotel accommodation over looking the 
river, to the excellent sporting  facilities of the local university, with an 
unforgettable  presentation dinner at a  local Italian restaurant. 
This year saw  some new faces which was encouraging and thankfully a lot   
 of the old ones ensuring all the categories were well  represented.
96 competitors in total with 21 forces represented.-

Graeme and Anne Bayley  led  a great team of officials with our own Andy
Grand carrying out the Championship  Control role ensuring everyone had  
the maximum  amount of competition. 
Some fantastic judo and too much to record here, but memorable was
Darren Dean winning  is 20th national title and his 29th medal , achievements  
that got him the player of the day award. 
Gary Cole our European champion  continued to blaze a trail through medals 
winning the under 66 kilo and a silver in the where he unfortunately had to
curtail his contest due to injury which did not allow him to continue to compete.
Great to see was former British Police Champion andPolice internationaljudo  
player John Ellis  refereeing for the first time and successfully passing his
National C Award, hopefully a trend others will considerfollowing.
It would be great to see even more competitors please remember this event 
is open to serving Police Officers , Retired  officers, Police Support Staff ,  
Special Constables  and Police Community Support Officers of all judo grades
from novice to black belts including veterans and masters categories ,  
so if you did not know of this friendly and unique event
and want to know more then email PAAJudo@aol.com
for details of all Judo  has to offer including judo courses with a great  social 
sideandjudo gradings from novice to 5th dan.
Congratulations to the new  2015/16 National SquadThe full results will be published separately,  next  years event will be hosted byDyfed Powys Police - 10th Sept 2016Chris Hunt Director of Coaching and Examiners.

November Training and Coach Revalidation Weekend
Friday 27th - Sunday 29th November

Guest coach for our November technical weekend in Cardiff will be Juergen Klinger 7th Dan olympic coach to Frank Winiker Olympic gold medalist, and currently the high performance coach at University of Bath High Performance centre. Juergen is highly respected throughout international judo and is keenly sought after to teach at the top seminars . Andy Moss will shortly be sending you all the details for the weekend . Please ensure you book early this is going to be a great weekend as we have the Austrian and Dutch Police teams over as well , we look forward to seeing all the new squad in attendance ...This will be a BJA Licensed Coach Revalidation event.This event is suitable for players of all standards and coaches , please show your support.
Chris Hunt Director of Coaching and Examiners