The Northern Ireland Judo Federation is the Governing Body for Judo in Northern Ireland and is itself controlled by the British Judo Association. All Clubs associated with the NI Judo Federationprovide fully qualified coaches. The NIJF was formed in 1952 and has more than 60 affiliated clubs, and more than 2000 members.
Belfast's James Brunton continued his dominance over the British karate scene with an impressive display of fighting prowess on the way to the finals of the British 4 Nations tournament. During thepreliminary heats. The NIKW hosted a valuable technical course on Saturday 9th May with Sensei Brunton, who impressed those attending by discussing the detail that lies within the Kihon Gumite of Wado-Kai. The event took place.
World Ju Jitsu Federation Ireland teaches a mix of kicking, punching throws and locks. The system has evolved from a combination of old Ju Jitsu styles and has developed over the years into acomprehensive self defence system. David Toney (7th Dan master) has been involved in teaching Ju Jitsu for over 25 years and heads a team of highly skilled and highly motivated instructors. All the instructors at WJJ (Ireland) are fully qualified black belts with years of coaching experience.
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