Combat Bullying through Sports (Judo BULL VS SPORTS)

  Judo is not just a sport, but a philosophy, an education system and a way of life. The Malta Judo Federation with its Partner Countries will take this journey to discover and learn more about human rights, developing more awareness on the need for social inclusion, and sports to combat Bullying and to promote […]

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1st July 2018 Shiai

    Most of the clubs registered in the Malta Judo Federation took part in the Shiai organised by the Malta Judo Federation, on occasion of the visit of the Proleter Judo Club from Serbia. Multiple categories were grouped together to get as many contests as possible. Results can be downloaded from: July Shiai Results

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36th International Judo Trophy “Citta Di Tolmezzo”

    The Malta Judo Federation, kept up the momentum of international events, by participating in 36th International Trophy of Tolmezzo. 13 athletes from the Espoir (12 – 14 years), Cadet (15 – 17 years), Junior (under 21 years) and Senior categories, accompanied by the Youth Director Mr Joseph Castillo and 3 other coaches and officials […]

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Malta International Judo Open

Giuseppe ‘Pino’ Maddaloni, gold medallist at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000, now International referee, accepted the invitation of the federation and supervised the refereeing at the 34th Malta International Judo Open, organised In the Malta Judo facilities in Pembroke. This year, the Malta Judo Federation hosted more than 150 Judoka, referees and coaches from […]

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Caruana Cup 2018

This Shiai was held on the 28th of January and it was called the Caruana Cup. Joseph Caruana, also known as iz-Zuzu, is the founder of Maltese Judo. In the 1960s, the English servicemen used to practice Martial Arts including Judo, Karate and Jujitsu. Occasionally, they allowed civilians to join them in training. One of […]

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