University of Bath Judo

By | 12th April 2017

University of Bath Judo

University of Bath

What We Do

Want to give judo a try for the first time? Picking up something you did as a youngster? Or train regulary and looking to join to continue training while at university? Our student judo club has something to offer to all levels, connected to the TeamBath high performance judo team our student judo players range from complete beguinners, to black belts and even olympians.

We offer the opportunity to train recreationally as a way of keeping fit, learning a new skill and giving you an excuse to attend some of the messiest socials. We offer the chance to be part of a uni team and compete at several competitions throughout the year – there are competitions to suit all levels of ability to get involved with.

Whatever you want out of a student judo club we do it, and if we don’t we will!

Reasons to Join Us

Judo is for EVERYONE!

You can do it recreationally or take it to more professional levels, there is a chance for everyone to do it at the pace which suits him most. This includes people who have never done before and Dan grades.

We go to loads of competitions that suits everyone from skill levels, and the highlight of the year is BUCS championships.

Come & Meet Us

Interested in joining us? Come and find us at either the Sports Day or Sports Fair during freshers week!
If you miss us there then we will be having open taster sessions during the first two weeks of term, feel free to come along whether you just want to watch or come and give it a try – it does’t matter if you have done judo before or not!

Taster Sessions

There will be two taster sessions during freshers week (26th September – 2nd October), dates TBC.

 

Training Times

Technique and Randori Sessions

Tuesday 18:15 – 19:30 Sunday 10:00 – 12:00

Fitness Sessions Monday 8:00 – 9:00 AM

 

Judo contacts

Head Judo Coach: Juergen Klinger

Students’ Union Sport

University Judo Club >

studentjudo@lists.bath.ac.uk

For our judo programme for children, see our Tot activities and Tribe activites pages.