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DeLeon Judo Hosts Shintaro Nakano Clinic #3

DeLeon Judo Club was the host to an excellent clinic by Shintaro Nakano, 4th Dan, a member of the Japanese National Team, 6 time National Champion and an Olympic medalist who is currently guest instructor at San Jose State University.

November 2011 Promotions

Congratulations to the DeLeon Judo Club members who recently were promoted. Henry Kaku was promoted to Yondan (4th degree black belt). Darren Reyes was promoted to Ikkyu (1st degree brown belt). Amy Strech was promoted to Shodan (1st degree brown

May 2011 Promotions

Congratulations to the DeLeon Judo Club members who recently were promoted. Davin Tillman was promoted to Nidan (2nd degree black belt). Carl Hallberg was promoted to Shodan (1st degree black belt). Both of them studied for months preparing for the

Our First Developmental Shiai and Referee Certification Clinic

A small judo club sponsored a referee clinic and the first North Bay Developmental Shiai in Petaluma, CA on the weekend of August 29, 2009.  As the newest club to join the USJF Central Coast Yudanshakai (CENCO), DeLeon Judo Club

Referee Certifications

DeLeon Judo Club hosted a referee and certification clinic the weekend of August 29. There were 19 attendees from many local dojos. As a result a hearty congratulations should be extended to the members of DeLeon Judo Club who successfully

Recent Promotions

Congratulations to the many DeLeon Judo Club members who recently were promoted. Sensei Henry Kaku was promoted to Sandan by CENCO. Jason Sotelo and Ron Willits earned their Shodan. Vincenzo Bigattini earned a junior yellow/white. Danah Hassoun earned her yellow/white

USA Judo Coaches Certification

Congratulations to Sensei Henry Kaku, Carl Hallberg and Brenda Strech. All three attended a USJI (USA Judo) Coaches Certification and received their state and regional coaches credentials. The clinic was conducted by Pat Burris, USA Judo Coach’s Education & Certification

DeLeon Judo Club Joins CENCO Yudanshakai

DeLeon Judo Club has been officially accepted as a member club of the Central Coast (CENCO) Yudanshakai. The USJF is divided, more or less geographically, into Yudanshakai (or Black Belt Association). CENCO is the Yudanshakai of some of the larger

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