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    Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by NBK on Thu Apr 17, 2014 10:12 pm

    The Japanese team to the International Judo Tournament
    for Police and Army Forces held in Moscow Apr 5, 2014, comprised of 5 police judoka led by Yamamoto of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police University, was runner up behind the Russian Police.

    1st bout (second round) Japan Police 5 - Russian Dectectives 0

    2nd bout (third round) Japan Police 3 - Crimea 2

    3rd bout (fourth round) Japan Police 4 - Russian Security Forces 1

    4th bout (final) Japan Police 0 - Russian Police 5


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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by BillC on Fri Apr 18, 2014 3:09 am

    NBK wrote:The Japanese team to the International Judo Tournament
    for Police and Army Forces held in Moscow Apr 5, 2014, comprised of 5 police judoka led by Yamamoto of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police University, was runner up behind the Russian Police.

    1st bout (second round) Japan Police 5 - Russian Dectectives 0

    2nd bout (third round) Japan Police 3 - Crimea 2

    3rd bout (fourth round) Japan Police 4 - Russian Security Forces 1

    4th bout (final) Japan Police 0 - Russian Police 5


    http://www.judo.or.jp/p/32622

    I didn't know that Crimea was part of Russia now. I thought it belonged to the Ottomans ... but then again I have not been keeping up on my world news lately.


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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by NBK on Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:33 pm

    BillC wrote:
    NBK wrote:The Japanese team to the International Judo Tournament
    for Police and Army Forces held in Moscow Apr 5, 2014, comprised of 5 police judoka led by Yamamoto of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police University, was runner up behind the Russian Police.

    1st bout (second round) Japan Police 5 - Russian Dectectives 0

    2nd bout (third round) Japan Police 3 - Crimea 2

    3rd bout (fourth round) Japan Police 4 - Russian Security Forces 1

    4th bout (final) Japan Police 0 - Russian Police 5


    http://www.judo.or.jp/p/32622

    I didn't know that Crimea was part of Russia now.  I thought it belonged to the Ottomans ... but then again I have not been keeping up on my world news lately.

    Well, I decided not to comment on that bit... after staring at it for 10min or so. But, I just reported it the way it was written.

    And, you gotta think that the AJJF reported it within days, or hours, after.... or maybe before ... . ... . .. the effect.

    Tough all the way 'round....

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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by overthehill on Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:45 pm

    does japan ever send their top guns to these tournaments?
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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by NBK on Sat May 17, 2014 11:09 am

    I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?
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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by BillC on Sat May 17, 2014 3:58 pm

    NBK wrote:I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?  

    Are we sure the "Crimean" team was not just more Russians in green judogi?


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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by NBK on Sun May 18, 2014 6:51 am

    BillC wrote:
    NBK wrote:I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?  

    Are we sure the "Crimean" team was not just more Russians in green judogi?
    The Crimea is predominately ethnic Russians. I would bet their security and police services are very much dominated by Russians.
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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by BillC on Sun May 18, 2014 2:52 pm

    NBK wrote:
    BillC wrote:
    NBK wrote:I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?  

    Are we sure the "Crimean" team was not just more Russians in green judogi?
    The Crimea is predominately ethnic Russians.  I would bet their security and police services are very much dominated by Russians.

    You are just bound and determined not to have a dark, warped sense of humor about this, aren't you?


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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by finarashi on Sun May 18, 2014 6:10 pm

    If there was police then it is good that crime put out their A team.


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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by NBK on Sun May 18, 2014 7:25 pm

    BillC wrote:
    NBK wrote:
    BillC wrote:
    NBK wrote:I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?  

    Are we sure the "Crimean" team was not just more Russians in green judogi?
    The Crimea is predominately ethnic Russians.  I would bet their security and police services are very much dominated by Russians.

    You are just bound and determined not to have a dark, warped sense of humor about this, aren't you?
    。。。。。。。

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    Re: Japan 2nd at World's Police and Military Competition - Moscow

    Post by overthehill on Mon May 19, 2014 11:12 am

    NBK wrote:I can't imagine anyone would risk their A players in something like this, can you?  

    other than kato, the police don't have any players getting much international experience.
    they do have some athletes on the national team that don't have much opportunity to compete abroad.
    i would think theyd want to allow some of these athletes the experience of competing against international competitors.

    all of the athletes who went have achieved far more than i ever came close to in my competitive judo days, but a few of them dont really place all that well even at the police only tournaments.

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