Judo’s athlete focus moral code can help people build discipline, honour and self-respect. Judo for Peace aims to give people in some of the world’s most troubled regions the support to develop these values.
The IJF president reflects on judo's progress over the last 12 months, and the importance of its return home via the 2020 Olympics.
These are exciting times for judo, and the sport’s return to its ancestral and spiritual roots in Japan for the next Olympic Games provides a perfect opportunity to assess just how far the sport has come.
AIMS president and IFMA General Secretary Stephan Fox pays tribute to Ashgabat's hosting of AIMAG 2017.
Turkeminstan's hero wrestler and multiple gold-medal winner Seydi Batyrow on the joy of competing at AIMAG 2017.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) has awarded hosting rights to the next four editions of its showpiece World Judo Masters competition to Guangzhou in China.
Dayanch Gulgeldiyev, Chairman of the 5th AIMAG Executive Committee, discusses the overwhelming success of 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, and the future of Ashgabat as an event-hosting destination.
Ashgabat, capital of the central Asian country of Turkmenistan, exploded onto the world sporting stage in style when its gleaming new Olympic Complex hosted the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games.
As Turkmenistan prepares to host the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in September we capture the growing excitement among organisers, volunteers and, of course, athletes.
Dayanch Gulgeldiyev, chairman of the Executive Committee for the preparation of the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, tells SportBusiness International how the event will irrevocably change sport in Turkmenistan and across Asia
Stephen Newport, Director of Games Operations for Ashgabat 2017, is an industry veteran who has worked on major events worldwide and says he sees hosting AIMAG as a turning point.