British Judo Association
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|British Judo Association
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The BJA represents the United Kingdom internationally and is a member of the International Judo Federation, the European Judo Union, the Judo Confederation of the European Union, the British Olympic Association, the Central Council of Physical Recreation, and the Commonwealth Judo Association. It is recognised by the United Kingdom Sports Council, Sport England, Sport Wales, the Sports Council for Northern Ireland, Sport Scotland, and the British Olympic Association. A junior belt or grade is referred to as a mon.
Board of Directors
The following people make up the current board of directors of the BJA (as of 12 October 2012. Not including results of 2012 election):
- Densign White
- Mac Abbotts
- Eddie Awford
- Brian Davies JP
- Dave Clark
- Reuben Davison
- Roy Inman OBE
- Ronnie Saez
- Keven Williams
- Ricky Sloane
- Rowena Birch
- Chris Daniels
- Mark Palios
The current board is maintained on the British Judo Association website
On 24 July 1948 the BJA held its first Management Committee Meeting at the Imperial College Union, at which time the BJA was established as the national body representing Judo in the United Kingdom.
The BJA has three home nation subsidiaries: JudoScotland, the Welsh Judo Association and the Northern Ireland Judo Federation.
In addition to these, two independent membership organisations, the British Judo Council (BJC) and the Amateur Judo Association (AJA) affiliated to the BJA in the late 1990s.
- British Judo Association Official Website
- British Judo Association's Guide to the Technical Grading Syllabus
- BJA Yorkshire and Humberside area
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