After a grueling 2017 and a well deserved break we are finally going back to training! Ritoru Tatsu reopens on Monday 15th Jan and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again! I am hoping […]
It is time again to host our next Insanity Evening. A great time was had by all, even though the next day was not so great 😆 The last Friday of October (the 28th) will […]
Welcome back! We want to wish all judokas the best for the new year and good luck with the tournaments that are set for 2015. The club re-opens today, 12th Jan, 2015. Just to recap, […]
After some difficult games and being pushed to the max, our Judokas achieved excellent results. We are all very proud of our players. Here are the results from our club: Ruan Jansen – Bronze (3rd […]
Gold medallist Chris Sherrington says judo helped him conquer stress and alcohol problems after spending R150 000 (£8,500) on drink in just three months. Original article: http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/commonwealth-games/28508499 The Royal Marine from Ormskirk told BBC Scotland he […]
IBSA has entered into a historic partnership with the International Judo Federation (IJF) to work together to promote judo for blind and partially sighted athletes worldwide.
Hi All. The next RRE will be hosted by Western United Judo on the 18th October 2014. Please note that this is a selection competition for the Gauteng SA Open Individuals 2015 that will be […]
One thing that most new students struggle with is on how to tie their Judo belt. I hope this video helps explain things.
A 10-year-old boy decided to study judo despite the fact that he had lost his left arm in a devastating car accident. The boy began lessons with an old Japanese judo master. The boy was doing […]
The field has been set… 2014 sees the SA Schools tournament taking place at the Portuguese Hall inÂ Turffontein. We wish all our Ritoru Tatsu club members that are taking part the best. Have a good […]