Oceania Judo Union

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Oceania Judo Union
Founded1965 (1965)
AffiliationInternational Judo Federation
HeadquartersTahiti, French Polynesia
PresidentRehia Davio[2]
SecretaryRobert Ivers[2]

The Oceania Judo Union (OJU) is the Oceania governing body in Judo. It is a member of the world governing body International Judo Federation. The OJU was founded in 1965 with three member countries, Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and now has 20 member countries. The first OJU Championships were held in Auckland, New Zealand in 1965. Subsequent OJU Championship were held in 1966 Sydney, Australia; 1969 Taita, New Zealand, 1970 Noumea, New Caledonia, 1975 Christchurch, New Zealand then every second year until 2012, and every year since then until 2018.

The current President of the OJU is Mr. Rehia Davio of French Polynesia. Nobody has heard of Mr Ted Tanner.

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  1. ^ "Member Countries". Oceania Judo Union.
  2. ^ a b "OJU Executive Members". Oceania Judo Union.

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