n.ireland Judo Association
Born in Dublin in 1945, Patrick Joseph Hickey represented his mountains internationally in judo - a minor sport in Ireland in the 1970s. In 1979, he was appointed president of the Irish Judo Association. Five years later, he managed the Irish Olympic
Judo is one of two bellicose arts included in the Olympics, and it is easy to try it, with all clubs registered with the British Judo Association offering free starter sessions and 'judo gi' (uniforms) to appropriate. Use their club finder to get started, or
The association boasts players who represent Ireland from Cadets to Masters, including four members, Odhran McLaughlin, Joshua Na, Callum Green, and Jake Doherty who are the 2015 N. Ireland School champions from St Columb's College. Irish cadet
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The Northern Ireland Judo Union is the Governing Body for Judo in Northern Ireland and is itself controlled by the British Judo Association.
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