September 2015

Sacramento "Capital" Open

This is a well attended event and good for students who are starting to compete. If you are interested in participating, please check with Cal Sensei to get the necessary approval, form signature and for a Judogi check. The event is in Sacramento and will be a long drive, as such it will be a waste if you are not able to compete because of a missing signature, illegal Judogi, or not having the appropriate belts.

Please check the Calendar page for the appropriate forms.

General Updates and Schedules

I will try, on a regular basis, to update the Club News and Calendar pages. As such, these pages will be a good way of getting informed of the club's activities and events.

Isao Okano Sensei, 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist and 1967 & 1969 All Japan Champion Leaves for Japan

Okano Sensei held his last day of practice at San Jose State University today after sharing his judo knowledge with the SJSU team for almost a month. Seeing him off with the SJSU Team and our own Corbin, Akiko and Julie Sensei (not in picture) were Uchida Sensei, 10th Degree Black Belt and SJSU coach, Mike Swain, 1988 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Marti Malloy, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist, and Kieth Nakasone, 1980 Olympic Team Member and Colton Brown, 2015 World Judo Team Member



29th Annual East Bay Invitational Judo Tournament

Congratulations to the five Palo Alto Judokas that competed at the 29th East Bay Invitational Tournament held last Sunday at El Cerrito High School.

1) Mattis
2) Leopold
3) Minoo
4) Jonathan
5) Corbin

Below is the link to the pictures taken last Sunday.

Next Tournament: Capital Open Tournament in Sacramento on October 4th

2015 USJF Korean Training Trip

Read up on Corbin's Korea training this summer at the USJF Website

Welcome to the new club website

Welcome to the new Palo Alto Judo Club website. It has been a while since the site has been revised and pictures have gotten stale. Existing members have matured or moved on and new members joined. This site is still a work in progress and as such things are going to be fluid.

Please email for any comments or suggestions.

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