[Judo Club]”2022 All Japan Student Judo Championship (31 times for women)” encouragement party

[Judo Club]”2022 All Japan Student Judo Championship (31 times for women)” encouragement party



The Judo Club of our university will participate in the “2022 All Japan Student Judo Championship (31 times for women)” to be held at Nippon Budokan on Saturday, June 25th. We held an encouragement party for this tournament.

At last year’s “2021 All Japan Student Judo Championship (Women’s 30th)”, after a fierce battle involving the national team in the quarterfinals, he was unfortunately defeated, but he is showing a good fight to be in the national best 8 this year as well. It is expected to play an active role.



The contestants talked about their enthusiasm in front of the presidents.

Takasu “I’ve come seriously, so I’ll do my best to achieve better results than last year.”

Tsubaki “I want to fight one battle at a time and win the battle.”

Ito: This is the first national tournament, but rather than trying not to bother other members, I will challenge myself with the intention of scoring points. “

In addition, Director Naito, who took office this year, said, “The members are working hard to think about judo. I will do my best to support them so that they can demonstrate their abilities.”

When asked about their efforts in judo so far, the members said:

Takasu “When I was in high school, I was in a strong school with a large number of members, but when I entered Doho University with a small number of people, I received one-on-one instruction that I did not have in high school, and now I have higher goals since high school. rice field.”

Tsubaki: Even when I was in high school, there weren’t many members and I had no seniors, so I had to think about it myself, but when I entered university, I was finally able to do the judo I wanted to do while receiving guidance from the director. Also, when I just entered university, I was full of things I didn’t understand about student life in general, but Senior Takasu kindly taught me. “

Takasu “As for judo, rather than teaching me, I have been working on solving problems together.”

Kazu Otawa (boy from Sakuragaoka High School) “The high school I was in had a large number of members, so it was not a one-on-one instruction system. At Doho University, the training method and high school days were appropriate. I was taught carefully about kumite, etc. Judo at university is the most fun. “

Ito: At high school, I gained patience through strict guidance. I was always aiming for a national tournament. When I was in my third year of high school, I was a captain and had difficult experiences such as raising juniors and organizing teams. I was able to grow through this. I want to apply what I learned in high school to university. “

This tournament will be held as follows. Thank you for your support.

In addition, since this tournament is held by spectators, we would appreciate your support at the venue.

2022 All Japan Student Judo Championship (31 times for women)

Date: June 25, 2022 (Sat) Women’s 3-person system … 1st round-final match

8:00 am Open

9:00 am Opening Ceremony

9:10 am Women’s match starts

Venue: Nippon Budokan 2-3 Kitanomaru Park, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

detailed:All Japan Student Judo Federation WebsitePlease check more



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