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Fancy trying a new sport?

Come and try the Olympic martial art of Judo! You may have seen it in the Rio Olympics 2016, it's an exciting and dynamic Japanese martial art focussed on grappling, throwing technique, pins and submissions. It is an all inclusive sport that has seen many successes for Team GB in recent years, Team GB won a silver medal at the UK 2012 Olympics and a bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympics. More recently, Team GB players medalled at the Paris Grand Slam 2018, with Sally Conway winning Gold in the women's u70kg category, and Ashley Mckenzie winning Bronze in the men's u60kg category! 

Here is a YouTube link to the Paris Grand Slam 2018 highlights: watch 

Judo is a martial art that is highly effective in developing fitness, confidence and a new skill. It is also the type of sport that you need no prior experinece for. All sessions can be catered towards multiple skill levels and no experience is needed. 

Come and join us in Congregation Hall 01.19, our training times are:

Monday 18:00-20:00 (all players)

Thursday: 19:00-20:00 (advanced and competitive players only)

Friday 19:00-21:00 (all players) 


Like us on Facebook:  UEA Judo 

Follow us on Instagram:  ueajudo

If you want to continue with Judo past trying out the sport, it is vital you sign up for British Judo Membership using the Student Voucher Scheme: svs   


President : Pedro Antunes (

Secretary : James Wilkinson (

Publicity officer : Ahmad Malik (

Treasurer : Lewis Ward ( 

Health and Safety officer : Lucille Potter ( 

Social secretary : Tendai Mukucha (

Equality and diversity officer : Jordann French ( 

Union council rep: Rory Collins ( 

Freshers' Rep: TBC in September 2020 on election



John Ellis: BJA Level 2 Coach

Neith Charlesworth:  BJA Level 2 Coach

Pedro Antunes:  BJA Level 1 Coach (pending certification) 


Sports and Societies Executive Election 2021-22

It is that time of year when members of clubs and societies elect new Sports and Society Executives that will sit on either Societies Executive meetings, or Sports Executive meeting. The Societies Executive subcommittee is designed to be a form of student consultation and representation, meaning attendees input on topics to help develop and improve clubs and societies at UEA, as well as contributing to the approval of grants and new societies.

22 posts are up for election.

Nominations open at 10:00 on Wednesday 28 July 2021 (in 3 days and 12 hours)

The polls open at 10:00 on Thursday 12 August 2021 (in 18 days)

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