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Budokan Chocolate Fish Competition – Sun 20 June 2018.

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Information regarding the Budokan Chocolate Fish Competition has been a bit lacking.
We have been assured that it is going ahead.
Where: Budokan Judo Club. 8 Oxford Tce.
This is behind the BP station on Adelaide Road (Southbound Lane
heading away from the Basin.)
When: 10am – 12noon.
Who: Registered members under 14 years, White to Orange Belt.

Wellington Judo

Chocolate Fish Comp – Sunday 15 April 2018

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There were 51 kids on the mat at the Academy on Sunday morning. Seven of the eight Wellington Area Judo clubs were represented. The Academy team boasted 22 kids.
The competition was fought over the 2 hour period with only a short water stop at halfway.
The dojo was jam packed with families who enthusiastically supported their competitors.
We look forward to the next competitions on the Wellington Area Calendar.

End of term reminders.

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1. Last Junior training of Term 1: Saturday, 14 April.
First Junior training of Term 2: Saturday, 28 April.
First Peewee training of Term 2: Tuesday, 1 May.

2. Chocolate Fish Competition: Sunday 15 May.
1000-1200hrs. At the dojo.
White to Orange Belt, under 14 Years.
No charge. Any registered members of the kids class welcome.

3. Holiday Judo: Monday 16 – Friday 20 April.
0900-1500hrs. At the dojo.
Bring lunch and water bottle like you take to school along with any medications you might need (inhalers, antihistamine) and your judogi. Please contact me for details on costs.

Academy Chocolate Fish Competition

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What: Chocolate Fish Judo Competition.

When: Sunday 15 April. 10am – 12noon.

Where: Wellington Judo Academy. 132 Hutt Road, Kaiwharawhara.

Who: Keen judoka under 14 years, White to Orange Belt.

Why: To give people plenty of opportunity to get a lot of judo in a short space of time.


Masterton JJA Chocolate Fish Competition

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The Masterton Chocolate Fish competition, held on Sunday 23 August drew 29 competitors from 5 clubs in the Wellington Area.

Aside from Masterton JJA were kids from Kapiti, Upper Hutt, Koizumi Kwai and 12 competitors from Wellington JJA.

Parents and families were crammed in at the far end of the dojo like sardines. The participants did not disappoint.

The spirit and sportsmanship shown by all competitors was most impressive.

First competitors were fought in groups of roughly the same height. After this randomly assigned teams were selected and several team fights were held.

Of our Academy team, James and Tara Stockwell Williams, Aurie Tzeng and Cameron Sparks were newcomers to competiton, all three showed great fighting spirit.

Siam Hartley pulled off possibly the most impressive throw of the day with her nuclear powered seoinage in her first fight.

A few photos can be found on the photos page.

Thanks to Simon and Graham for organizing the competition, Hilary Rosser and Hugo Dewar for refereeing and Doug Lloyd for organising the fighters.