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Right after Linz a part of the team went home and the other part went on to the OTC in Mittersill AUT. Mittersill is one of the biggest camps in the world with around 1200 players out of 52 nations. Our team got a lot of good randori there with the best players of the World.

On the 2nd of January a Delegation of 28 fighters and 4 coaches made themselves on the way to the camp in Linz AUT. It was a very good camp with a good mixture of Randori and Technic. All our players got very good training there and had a good start in the year.

A part of the junior and senior national team went for a two weeks camp to Japan and trained at the Tokai University. It was a very good trip with a lot of good Randoris with the Japanese and some other top players of the world. At the same time we did Training there, also the teams of Slovenia,...
The Judo Denmark Camp in December took place in Ørsø. The Camp went really well and 40 Fighters out of 14 different Clubs were joining. The main focus on this camp was on setting up throws with Ashi-waza and throw in all directions out of the same gripping...
While the rest of Denmark was Training in Vejle. Mathias Madsen and Louise Hansen were representing Denmark at the Europeans U23 in Györ HUN. Louise could achieve a very good 7th place.
Last week was the Judo Danmark Camp in Vejle. The camp was a big success with a lot of participants. The main focus was on Randori since we managed to get some guests from Potsdam, which is at the moment the most successful club in Germany.

Lærke Olsen fra Hillerød Judoklub har i dag vundet sølv ved junior-VM på Bahamas i vægtklassen under 63 kg. Det er den første danske medalje til dansk judo ved et juniorverdensmesterskab, og det er samtidig kulminationen på et forløb, hvor L...

Lidt hård omgang til EC i Malaga for det Danske Hold. Alle havde en hård første kamp som ikke gik til Dansk favør. Modstanderene i Første kamp endte på podiet/placering, så det blev til lidt flere kampe for kæ...
Three of our fighters had the chance to train with the best fighters of Slovenia and Kosovo in the Slovenian mountains for 10 days. On the camp where two olympic gold medalist and a lot of Grand Prix medalist. The training was very hard with up to 4 sessions a day starting at 6 am in the morning.

A part of our Cadet and Junior Team was visiting the Bayer Cup in Leverkusen, which is a international recruiting tournament for Germany. The tournament was perfect for our fighters and the camp afterwards even better. At the tournament every fighter had at least 3 matches and we could also win...

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