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Courtesy, Courage, Sincerity, Honour, Modesty, Respect, Self control and Friendship. Just as important as Tachi waza (throws) and Newaza (groundwork), Judo aims to inculcate these principal values into every single judoka. Many people hesitate when thinking about picking up Judo, as they fear for their own safety. However, this cannot be further from the truth.

Judo (柔道) roughly translates to “gentle way” in Japanese. As the name suggests, Judo does not permit the use of punches or kicks at all. Every judoka is trained to break fall at the beginning to prevent themselves from injuring when being thrown. Furthermore, Judo is a sport that anyone can join as its weight categories ranges from under 50kg up to 90kg. Your current fitness level does not stop you from joining us as Judo serves as a great form of sport to gain muscles and build a strong and healthy body. Raffles Judo (RAJU) welcomes all with open arms!


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Training Schedule

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
(3.45pm to 6.15pm)
Year 1s end at 6pm for Semester 1


Teacher Mentors

Mr Lim Ming Han
Mr Eric Koh
Mrs Chee Mei Ling

Achievements & Highlights


2019 National Inter-School B Division Boys’ Judo Championships

Featherweight: Jason Lee (Gold), Colin Low (Bronze), Jeremiah Seow (5th) 
Extra Lightweight: Foo Loon Wei (Gold), Tiong Zi Han (5th) 
Lightweight: Lee Jing (Silver), Melvin Loo (Bronze), Ping Lefan (5th) 
Middleweight: Paniharam Venkata Pavan (Silver)
Half Heavy Weight: James Cheung (Gold), Isaac Choong (Silver), James Low (5th) 

2019 National Inter-School C Division Boys’ Judo Championships

Featherweight: Phoon Juei (Silver), Zachary Phung (Bronze), Baldric Chin (Bronze), Keane Ng (7th) 
Extra Lightweight: Cayden Teo (Gold), Chang Zuohuo (5th), Jonathan Lee (7th) 
Lightweight: Xue Min Jie (Silver), Zou Qi Lin (Bronze)
Middleweight: Julian Ng (5th), Seo Lerk Herng (5th), Lin Gong (7th) 
Half Heavy Weight: Muhammad Haziq (Bronze)