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IBSA Judo Grand Prix 2020

David Ross Sports Centre, University Park, NOTTINGHAM, Nottinghamshire, NG7 2RD

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IBSA Judo Grand Prix 2020


The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA), alongside British Judo, have announced that the 2020 IBSA Judo Grand Prix scheduled for 11-12 April in Nottingham, Great Britain, has been cancelled.

The decision is in response to the British government’s attempts to delay the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Saturday 11 to Sunday 12 April
University of Nottingham - David Ross Sports Village (NG7 2RD)

With just under 12 months until judo heads “home” to Tokyo, the limelight will shift to Nottingham with major qualification points on offer and Paralympic places still very much up for grabs.

The Visually Impaired judo tour will head to the David Ross Sport’s Village for the Easter weekend for the penultimate event in the IBSA Judo calendar before the 2020 Paralympic Games at the home of judo, Tokyo.

With tickets available from just £5.00 per person, you can help prepare the athletes in the best possible way – by claiming medals on home turf! Join the likes of World No.1 Chris Skelley, and European and World medallists Jack Hodgson and Elliot Stewart as they look to finetune their preparations before jetting off to the Far East.  

Great Britain has a successful history of staging international visually impaired judo competitions having hosted the 2017 European Championships at the University of Wolverhampton, after successfully staging a Grand Prix in 2016 at the same venue.

The competition will also be followed by a three-day training camp giving some of the world’s best VI judoka the opportunity to train together alongside the university squad on the campus.

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