Judo in France
Judo originated in Japan, in 1882. In France Judo originated on September, 1935. Bernard Pariset was the first to frenchman to be in the Judo championship, in 1956.
Judo is a mixer of jujitsu and mental discipline. Adults in France usually practice from 2-3 hours a week. The match is played on a 14 meters x 14 meters. Judo is played with 2 competitors dressed in gis. The opponents must bow to each other before and after the match.
To win a match a player must score more points then their opponent. The match lasts 5 minutes. Points are awarded for throws and holds.
Penalties are given for stalling tactics and periods of non-aggression. A point is awarded to the other player if you get a penalty.
Judo is an Olympic sport. The world Judo championship is held in France.
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