Welcome to the UniSA Judo Club! Judo is a Japanese traditional martial art and Olympic sport that was founded in 1882 by Professor Jigoro Kano. He is well known as a father of Physical Education and philosopher in Japan.
Judo is known for its 68 throwing techniques (Nage waza) but also includes 32 groundwork techniques (Katame waza), by using specialised 10 holds (Osaekomi waza), 10 arm locks (Kansetsu waza) along with 12 choking techniques (Shime waza). Practicing Kata is a great venue to understand the system of the techniques and movements.
Tuesday @ Pridham Hall, City West campus, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Thursday@ Brookman Hall, City East Campus, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Friday @ Pridham Hall, City West campus, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Members have the opportunity to participate in Judo competitions held locally as well as interstate (Australian Nationals). The club also sends a team to the UniSport Nationals held in September each year.
To be a member of this club you must be a UniSA Sport member, membership for UniSA students is free and $25 annually for UniSA staff, alumni and community members.