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Campeonato Sudamericano cadetes y junior

Campeonato Sudamericano cadetes y junior

Cuenca,
Aug 17-19, 2017

Del 17 al 19 de agosto se realizara el campeonato sudamericano cadetes y junior en la ciudad de Cuenca Ecuador.

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Panamerican Judo Championship Junior Cancun 2017

Panamerican Judo Championship Junior Cancun 2017

Cancun,
Jun 29 - Jul 01, 2017

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IJF Grand Prix Cancun 2017

IJF Grand Prix Cancun 2017

Cancun,
Jun 16-18, 2017

Judo in Cancun... Beautiful beaches… Warm waters... Brilliant sun... & Great Judo — All in one same place & one same date! June 16-18, 2017 - Cancun, Mexico

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"Segura de ti misma" project of the Ecuadorian Judo that seeks to empower women

"Segura de ti misma" project of the Ecuadorian Judo that seeks to empower women

November 09, 2017

The main purpose of this project is to combat gender violence.   The fight to eradicate violence against women, comes alive in various ways in Ecuador, including through the project '' Safe yourself '', inaugurated yesterday to empower women physically and psychologically. Promoted by the Ministry of Sports and the Ecuadorian Judo Federation, the initiative includes the training in judo of at least 6,400 women from all over the country. In the presentation were the sports minister, Andrea Sotomayor; Rocío González, president of the Interinstitutional Committee of the "Plan Toda Una Vida" and first lady of Ecuador; Alison Vásconez, official representative of the UN Women in Ecuador and Roberto Ibañez Sub secretary of the sport in Ecuador and multi judo medalist. "The project Segura de ti Misma is a project against gender violence, this project is working with the Judo Federation and the ministry of sport to have instructors throughout the country, to teach judo and self defense for the fight against gender violence "explained Roberto Ibañez in relation to such an important project for the Ecuadorian judo. "Segura de Ti Misma" supports the world initiative “Ni una Menos” and above all joins the initiative of Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno, 'A Life without Violence'. The coaches demonstrated to the audience some defense techniques and commented on the benefits of the project, among them, the most important ones, unity in the fight against gender violence and raise the self-esteem of women through the sport. Until the month of December, 20 teachers, who received prior instruction in methodology and psychology, will train women between 15 and 65 years old without cost.

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Today the project "Segura de Ti Misma" is inaugurated with the presence of the First Lady of Ecuador Rocio González

Today the project "Segura de Ti Misma" is inaugurated with the presence of the First Lady of Ecuador Rocio González

November 08, 2017

Project "Segura de ti Misma", tries to change the reality about femicide and violence against women in Ecuador With the presence of the first lady of Ecuador Rocío González today began this great project of the Ecuadorian Judo Federation and the Ministry of sport of Ecuador. Through "Segura de ti misma", we aim to add efforts against gender violence, as well as the displacement of discipline, security, strength and confidence through the practice of judo. Congratulations to the Ecuadorian Judo Federation and the Ministry of Sports of Ecuador for this great project!

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Thanks and recognition to Dr. László Tóth for the great success of the World Championship Budapest 2017

Thanks and recognition to Dr. László Tóth for the great success of the World Championship Budapest 2017

September 15, 2017

On behalf of the Pan American Judo Confederation and the countries that form it, we would like to congratulate Dr. László Tóth on the great success that Hungary had in hosting the World Judo Championships in Budapest 2017. We consider Mr. László Tóth a great friend of the Americas and we thank him for his work towards the development of world judo. You will always be welcome in the Americas! Important info of the world championship. Anything can happen; anyone can win Rafaela Silva, Khasan Khalmurzaev, Majlinda Kelmendi and Fabio Basile could not repeat the feat of Rio 2016 in Budapest. A judo competition can change in the blink of an eye. Sports boast of the diversity of judo and global appeal Maria Perez celebrates the first silver medal in Puerto Rico. The 2017 World Championship brought together 726 competitors from 126 different nations, competing for only 14 titles. New judo stars like Taipei, Panama and Kosovo reached the last stages of their weight divisions. Iran, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Georgia and Puerto Rico won medals.

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