As our regular visitors may have noticed, SNJU have tasked ourselves with the education of the SN Judo community.This requires a very different setup of our site, and we are working hard to achieve this. By the end of February 2022 we will be online with a full new website with lots of information, documents […]
The FCS (also sometimes referred to as the Adaptive Classification System) has been in use for decades and has been continuously developed until its last revision in 2018. The five-grade system ensures safety and fair competition. Indeed, SNJF and later SNJU have promoted and introduced this system and its associated rulebook into their sphere of […]
The BENG Project Board had its meeting on Tuesday October 13, and unanimously decided to organise the Ben van der Eng Memorial on april 1, 2 and 3 2022! For more information CLICK HERE. SEE YOU IN BEVERWIJK! SEE YOU AT BENG!
Two of our board members have resigned from SNJU but our enthusiasm and drive to make things better for our audience did not diminish a bit. Nevertheless, we feel it is time to re-build the SNJU and make some changes. Let us make a simple list: SNJU is not a member organisation anymore. We feel […]
This is a presentation by Tycho before a group of Special Needs Judo teachers in the judo 3.0 Seminar in Zagreb, May 2021. We are publishing this because coming Sunday the 5th of September, Tycho will give another presentation, this time about adapted kata and we will publish that video too when it becomes available. […]
You can now receive SNJU news through Telegram! If you do not yet use Telegram, the secure brother of WhatsApp, you should! Because then we can supply you with all the news from the SNJU website! New information includes: New articles of course New publications Updates to the Special Needs Judo Calendar JOIN US!
UCF Study: Judo May Help Health, Social Interaction of Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder
UCF (the University of Central Florida) have confirmed what we really already knew: Judo may help people with ASD to function better in society. Read their article here!
This is the official EJU aftermovie of the EJU European Kata Championships. The SNJU Technical Director Tycho van der Werff (yondan) and his uke, David Lefevere (nidan) became first in Katame-no-Kata! If you want to see what that looks like: This is their winning performance.
This weekend during the EJU European Judo Championships, the EJU Social Inclusion Award was granted to our Technical Director Tycho van der Werff (the 2019 award) and IK Sodra, the judo club of SNJU President Tomas Rundqvist (the 2020 award). SNJU is proud to have this important prize awarded to two of our board members, […]