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Welcome to Alaska Judo,
Alaska’s governing body for the Olympic sport of Judo
Alaska Judo is shaping Alaska by providing physical fitness opportunities, clinics and tournaments for children, adults and families throughout the year.
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Alaska Judo is a 501(c)(3) all volunteer non-profit organization. Your generous donation allows us to help more kids to “become fine citizens through physical education” (Dr. Jigor Kano – founder of Judo). Judo is more than a martial art, sport or a physical fitness program. It is a vehicle to help kids develop the skills they need to succeed in life.
Thank you for your generosity and support.
Notes and News
If you attended the 2015 Alaska State Judo Championships, please take a moment to fill out a survey to help us improve the championships for next year.”Read-more...”
The Alaska Dispatch News published our tournament results for us. Read the article and and see the results on the Alaska Dispatch News website.”Read-more...”
Please join me in a big THANK YOU to the 2015 AJI Demo Team that performed at this last weekends "FUR RONDY ASIAN CULTURAL AND MARTIAL ARTS EXPO 2015". They did a wonderful job and represented AJI well. We are very proud of you all.
The team consisted of
coordinator Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey-Fireweed Judo
co coordinator and spokesman Mr. Rod Harvey-Fireweed Judo
Sensei David Gilberl-Anchorage Dojo
Mr. Trevor Grogan-Mountain View Judo
Mr. Harold Yutuc-Mountain View Judo
Mackenzie Harvey-Fireweed Judo
Abby Harvey-Fireweed Judo
Logan Arneson-Mat-Su Judo
Marissa Arneson-Mat-Su Judo
Natalie Arneson-Mat-Su Judo.
Please check out this video and share it with your friends and family. http://youtu.be/imPgHL-aNnM
We also would like to thank Katsutaka Tanaka, Director, Fur Rondy Asian Cultural & Martial Arts Expo for a wonderful event and facility to showcase Alaska Judo. We look forward working with you in future future events.
Howdice Brown Jr.
Alaska Judo Inc. sponsored Kime No Kata Clinic was a great success over the weekend....... Read more”Read-more...”
Through hard work and refereeing at out of state Judo tournaments, several of our Alaska Referees have been promoted to their next level.
David Cheverie and Bruce Neeno have advance to the N3 Level which allows both to referee at the Senior Nationals. Mark Langberg has advanced to the N2 level and this allows Mark to referee at higher caliber Junior national level events.
The Referee Committee wishs to thank Alaska Judo inc. for their support of our referee program. The support of AJI and the hard work of the individual referees is paying off. It has been a long time since Alaska Referees have been at a Level which allows them to referee at such high level events. The hard work of AJI, the Referee Committee and all Alaska Referees really does improve our local competitions for all the competitors.
Congats to the Referees and we look forward to more in the future.”Read-more...”