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Police Sport UK Judo (PSUK Judo) in conjunction with the Welsh Judo Association (WKJA) organised a fantastic weekend of judo utilizing the magnificent dojo at the Welsh Centre Of Sport, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, running over the weekend Friday 24th to Sunday 26th March PSUK members, PSUK guests and members of the WJA enjoyed a variety of top class judo commencing with a mass randori session on the Friday evening which saw 70 judoka , the majority Dan grades training together with a positive and friendly attitude.

Saturday morning and early afternoon saw 120 judoka sign in to enjoy and participate in the coaching of Neil Adams 8th Dan MBE, Neil a former World Champion, the holder of two Olympic silver medals and five European titles held the attention of the delegates, 70 of which were qualified coaches revalidating their qualifications. Neil included a very good presentation of the new International Judo Federation contest rules by showing practical demonstrations which helped the recipients to easily understand the changes.

Saturday afternoon saw PSUK utilising their team of senior examiners to hold a national Dan grading with twenty seven candidates all seeking promotion to and within the Dan grades, the resulting examination saw one lady gain her black belt first Dan at her first attempt with two male brown belts finalising their promotion. Further promotions were successful within the Dan grades with other obtaining valuable points towards promotion. In addition four PSUK Dan grades commenced the Provisional Senior Examination process which will eventually lead to additional PSUK Senior examiners being available throughout the UK.

Chris Hunt

Date of next course to be announced shortly . 





Congratulations to GAVIN MCNEILL



  Congratulations ! 



Joanne Coull,  James Lewis,   Gary Cole,

Lee Holley,  , Gavin McNeill , Darren Dean

who retain National Titles at  2016 PSUK at National Championships ! 

           held in Brecon, Dyfed Powys on 24th September 2016 

Gary and Louise Cole of Dyfed Powys hosted this years event with the considerable support of their family and members of Irfon Judo Club. 18 forces entered bringing a total of 69 competitors produced some fantastic judo from the likes of Gavin Mc'Neill and Jason Moore both Police Scotland , Darren Dean North Wales, Lee Holley Devon and Cornwall, Gary Liddle Surrey , Frazier Menzies British Transport Police , Gary Cole Dyfed Powys and James Lewis Kent.

Following the championship we were entertained to an excellent formal presentation dinner and entertained by both the local male voice choir and a live band.

At the prize giving Gavin McNeill received the Player of the Day Award for the Spirit of Judo following a wonderful display of judo showing all the great qualities of judo including skill, consideration for his opponents and a great sporting attitude.

Next year's event will be hosted by Derbyshire Police, there are many judoka working for police forces, officers police staff etc all are able to compete and enjoy this event which is suitable for all levels of judoka, as can be seen from with the results . We all need to identify those judoka and encourage them to come to this event with its mixture of friendly competition and social side, so please look at your forces and encourage them to join us, we want Police Judo to prosper and all judoka to enjoy what is on offer.

In conclusion again many thanks to Gary and  Louise Cole for organising a superb championship and presentation dinner.

Chris Hunt PSUK National Committee




                         PSUK TRAINING WEEKEND  24TH/25TH  MARCH 2017  CARDIFF


Technical  course  at  the Welsh Centre of Sport suitable for all  levels  of judo from red belt to dan grades, Please support this event if you are not on out mailing list then email the website and we will ensure you are included.