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    Tournament Pre-Registration/Pairing Service and Junior Rank Certificate

    NCJI is now offering two new services to the NC judo community. The first is a tournament pre-registration and pairing system that was used in the most recent Waynesville and Bushido tournaments. The second offering is a new junior rank certificate much like the senior kyu-grade certificate that has been in use for many years now. For more information Click Here...
  • Bushido Challenge

    Bushido Challenge, March 24, 2018 - Pre-Registration Required!!

    The 2018 Bushido Challenge will be held Saturday, March 24, 2018 in Oxford, NC. The tournament has a storied history and is a mainstay of the judo tournament circuit in NC. Pre-registration is REQUIRED!! So, don't miss your opportunity. To pre-register Click Here...
  • Those That Came Before

    Those That Came Before

    All NC judoka owe a great debt of gratitude to our forefathers that pioneered judo in NC. Their influence via steadfast dedication to the sport and its spread throughout NC was and is truly remarkable. NCJI has gathered the profiles for 7 of these pioneers that we would like to share with the NC judo community. View All 7 Profiles Here....
  • Janna Levin

    Interview with Janna Levin

    Hello Janna. Thank you taking the time to answer some questions for NCJI. Q: Janna, you started judo later in your life, but have earned great success at local tournaments.  What attracted you to judo? Read More....
  • Jason Russell

    Soei-nage, What Does It Mean? by Jason Russell

    If you have been around judo long enough the phrase "he/she is a seoi-nage specialist" or "my favorite technique is seoi-nage" has been heard. Read More....
  • Bill Cabrera

    Meditation Can Enhance Judo Training by Bill Cabrera

    I usually say that if two judo opponents are equally matched in their technical abilities, then the one with greater Read More....
  • David Peden

    Ask the Doctor by Dr. David Peden

    A common condition found in all athletes is asthma. Features of asthma include coughing, wheezing and, in bad cases, true difficulty wheezing that occur episodically. Read More....