Member Club since 1975

Kin Ryu Judo Club

 

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Founder
Mick Leigh

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Yudansha
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September 2020 Covid Update – A Safe Return to Judo

We returned to the dojo at the beginning of September. In accordance with the UK Gov guidance for indoor sport.

All sessions must be booked, through our FB Page.

We are unable to accommodate visitors at the moment, due to UK Gov and British Judo restrictions on maximum occupancy.

For more information, please contact us.

 

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History

1961

 

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History                                                        1968

Founder of Kin Ryu Meets Son of Founder of Judo

 

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Founder of Kin Ryu against

1st Non-Japanese World Champion

Mick Leigh (Kin Ryu founder, on left) is presented to Risei Kano (Son of founder of Judo (Jigoro Kano), on right) by John Capes (C)1961. Gunji Koizumi, who first brought judo to the UK is on the far right. More

 

 

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Mick Leigh (Kin Ryu founder, on right) competes against Anton Geesink in 1968 at the Royal Albert Hall.

Anton was a Dutch 10th dan judoka. He was the first non-Japanese judoka to win gold at the World Judo Championship, a feat he accomplished in 1961 and 1965. He was also an Olympic Champion, having won gold at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Japan (the year Mick was reserve), and won a record 21 European Judo Championships during his career.