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Jeremy Saywell on the highest podium in Judo history

Jeremy Saywell on the highest podium in Judo history

This weekend was packed with emotions for the Malta Judo Federation. Marcon Bezzina represented Malta at the European Judo Championships in Chelyabinsk, Russia. This edition of the European Championships was one of the strongest since this was the last chance... (Continue reading)

Achievement for both athletes and officials of the Malta Judo Federation

Achievement for both athletes and officials of the Malta Judo Federation

Every year since 1982, around March or April, the Malta Judo Federation hosts the Malta International Judo Open. The 28th edition welcomed delegates and referees from Finland, Great Britain, Italy (and Sicily), Russia, Turkey and New Zealand. Maestro Massimo Sulli,... (Continue reading)

Marcon Bezzina breaks the record winning the first silver for Malta

Marcon Bezzina breaks the record winning the first silver for Malta

The Malta Judo Federation is currently reaping the fruit of the hard work all the team of athletes and officials have been investing in Maltese Judo. Following the successful 1st day of competition in Cardiff, with Isaac Bezzina winning silver... (Continue reading)

Isaac Bezzina & Jeremy Saywell on the podium in Wales

Isaac Bezzina & Jeremy Saywell on the podium in Wales

The Maltese Judo squad, made up of Brent Law, Jeremy Saywell, Patrcik Gamble, Joanna Camilleri, Marcon Bezzina,  Francesco Aufieri and Neville Thomas, accompanied by Envic Galea, Lamberto Raffi and Alex Bezzina, is currently inCardiffcompeting at the Commonwealth Judo Championships. Isaac... (Continue reading)

More tournaments, camps and podiums for the Maltese Judoka

More tournaments, camps and podiums for the Maltese Judoka

Intensive Judo Olympic Training Centre in Rome for the National Team Just one month after the record breaking World Championships for our team, the Maltese Judo National Team, composed of Marcon Bezzina, Joanna Camilleri, Brent Law, Jeremy Saywell and Isaac... (Continue reading)

Marcon Bezzina second Maltese Judo Coach to Graduate at Bath University

Marcon Bezzina second Maltese Judo Coach to Graduate at Bath University

After following the 3 year degree at the presigeous Bath University in England, Marcon collected her degree at the Graduation Ceremony last July. By graduating at the Foundation Degree in Judo Coaching, she also qualified to the 4th Level European... (Continue reading)

Successful Cadet European Judo Championships in Malta

Successful Cadet European Judo Championships in Malta

Sleepless nights, surprises, pride, focus, frustration, exhilaration were some of the feelings the Malta Judo Volunteers experienced this weekend during the Cadet European Judo Championships, which attracted close to 600 delegates from 40 countries.  Following the success of the 2007... (Continue reading)

Malta to host the European Judo Cadet Championships

Malta to host the European Judo Cadet Championships

Malta is once again proud to host the European Judo Cadet Championships 2011 between the 24th and the 26th of June 2011. After the successful EC Cadets 2007 held in Malta, this year over 600 delegates from 40 different countries... (Continue reading)

Marcon Bezzina b’injury serja

Marcon Bezzina b'injury serja

Logħob tal-Pajjiżi ż-Żgħar tal-Ewropa Minn Sandro Micallef li qed jirraporta minn Vaduz Liechtenstein uffiċjalment għal Melita Sports.  L-avventura f’Liechtenstein għal Marcon Bezzina kellha tintemm ħesrem wara l-kompetizzjoni tal-individwali meta l-judoka Marcon Bezzina li weġġgħet idha fl-ewwel konfront tagħha t-Tlieta, ingħatat... (Continue reading)

Video – Melita Sports News Daily Bulletin Day 1

Video - Melita Sports News Daily Bulletin Day 1

Follow all the action in Liechtensten and and keep your self updated with what is happening in the GSEE 2011 with the Melita Sports News daily bullettins every day at 19:00hrs on Malta Stars (Channel 614) Producer: Sandro Micallef Editing:... (Continue reading)

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