Kodokan Rank Recognition

The US Kodokan Committee offers USJA dan holders the opportunity to apply for Kodokan rank recognition. The procedures and requirements are outlined on the links below. Overview Letter Kodokan Application Kodokan Rank Requirements Kodokan Rank Instructions Kodokan Rank Information  

USJA and USJF Form Joint Archivist Committee

USJA and USJF have recently undertaken a joint venture regarding the Archivist Committee. Our goal is to preserve judo history in the United States in one location. Each organization will maintain possession of its own assets while sharing them on one website. Our current inventory is approximately 145,000 pages of judo historical documents, but there

Triad Positioning Statement

Triad Positioning Statement – August 16, 2010 Jointly issued by Gary Goltz, President USJA, Neil Simon, President USJF, and Lance Nading, President USA Judo: We, the three Presidents, have come to a preliminary conclusion based on the following summation: History of US Judo post WWII The “Beikoku Judo Yudanshakai” was established in 1952 as the

USJA – PAL Joint Venture

The USJA has formed a relationship with PAL (Police Athletic Leagues).  For any clubs affiliated with PAL the USJA offers special membership rate. For more infomation please go to USJA-PAL Joint Membership Detailed Announcement.

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