July 2020. The Northglenn Recreation Center will be opening in stages, with restrictions. The city of Northglenn is also currently experiencing an uptick of Corona virus cases and the Recreation Center will adjust restrictions accordingly. For the safety of our members and the community, we feel that resuming the club’s indoor workouts should be delayed. We will continue to monitor the Corona virus situation closely and as soon as conditions warrant, the club will be fully re-opened.
NJC Executive Committee
More information is available at www.northglenn.org
We are selling two(2) of our competition area mats. The mats are manufactured by UCS, and are 42′ x 42′ square, and 2″ thick. Folded, each mat measures in height 23″, width 46″, and length 42 feet.
For details on pricing, please contact Dave Schwartz at (303)818-5959 or email@example.com
Mats deployed at practice:
Folded mat configuration:
Congratulations to Lucas Mignogna, Colleen Sattler, née Matthews, and Martin Vorum who will be jointly taking over as our club’s “Head Sensei”. They will be taking over for sensei Warren Agena who is stepping aside after faithfully leading the club for the past 17 years. Although “retiring” from his position of head sensei, sensei Warren will remain on the board of Northglenn Judo Club.
Longtime member of our club Robert “Bobby” Yamashita was recently made Master-at-Arms for the United States Navy:
Tracy Crawford-Hangley, Jayson Oldfather, and Monty Mani competed for Northglenn Judo Club at the 2016 IJF Veterans World Championship in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Congratulations to Tracy on her Bronze Medal performance. Check out the pictures with the great Yasuhiro Yamashita, one of the most successful judoka of all time.
Click on this link to watch a video compilation of the 2016 Japan Trip taken by our high school students. They practiced at the Kodokan, Takanawa High School, and SUDO Dojo. Thanks to everyone who helped make the trip possible. Your financial contributions were greatly appreciated and put to maximum use.
John Gage sensei from the Japanese Martial Arts Center (JMAC) in Ann Arbor, Michigan and sensei Warren Agena have worked to establish a “sister dojo” relationship between our two clubs. Northglenn Judo Club members interested in practicing judo while traveling to the Ann Arbor region are encouraged to visit the JMAC. For details on location and practice times, visit the JMAC website at: http://japanesemartialartscenter.com/ Correspondingly, all members from the JMAC visiting the Denver area are more than welcome to practice at our dojo.
Check out the latest competition rules for judo at: IJF Competition Rules
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