A general blog about Judo in Australia. By Olympic athlete Stephanie Grant. Covers Stephanie's views and thoughts, as well as providing an insight into her training and competing regimes.

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Latest Blog Posts for Judo Australia

  • Big rocks first, and then everything else that will fit
    on Apr 21, 2011
    Recently I saw something inspirational on the ABC television program ‘Big Ideas’ (hosted by Wahleed Aly). A segment of this program was about internationally renowned adventurer and environmental scientist Tim Jarvis AM, and his recent replicatio...
  • Mental Preparation is Key to Optimum Competition Performance
    on Apr 12, 2011
    Last week I attended a National Team training camp held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. The purpose of this camp was to prepare for the Oceania Championships which are being held this weekend in Tahiti.At the end of the last session...
  • on Mar 20, 2011
    My time in Japan was cut short unexpectedly by the earthquake which hit on Friday 11 March. Although we were not in a seriously affected area, it was a very scary experience. We were in the gym on Friday afternoon when we felt at least two earthquake...
  • on Mar 20, 2011
    "Seven falls, eight rises" - Japanese proverb...
  • Budo 1
    on Mar 3, 2011
    Hi everyone,Yesterday (Tuesday) I arrived in Japan where I will be training for two and a half weeks with six other members of the Australian Judo Team. We are staying and training at International Budo University in Katsura, Chiba. Our first session...
  • No ‘loser’s limp’ for Rafael Nadal: A lesson in humility and sportsmanship
    on Jan 30, 2011
    On Wednesday night Spaniard Rafael Nadal was knocked out of the Australian Open when he was defeated in a quarterfinal match by countryman David Ferrer.The World Number 1, Nadal, injured his left hamstring early in the match and played out the rest o...
  • on Jan 5, 2011
    Happy New Year everyone!2011 is going to be a BIG year for me, particularly as the 2012 London Olympics get increasingly closer. I know that I have a lot of hard work ahead of me but I am really looking forward to the many challenges that lay ahead.O...
    on Dec 2, 2010
    Hi there,I just want to send out a reminder about the December Christmas Specials that JOLS are offering.One of my favourite things is the adidas Large Judo Sports Bag (see JOLS website).This bag is suitable for competition and training - you can fit...
  • Change
    on Nov 29, 2010
    If you want to change your life, here are three things you can do: 1. Be grateful for what you have right now 2. Know what you really want for yourself 3. Act...
  • Samoa World Cup
    on Nov 22, 2010
    Last week I travelled to Samoa with the Australian Judo Team to compete in a World Cup event and participate in a training camp following the competition. Overall, it was a successful trip - I won a silver medal, and although I had of course wanted t...
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