International Judo Federation's Biography
The International Judo Federation (IJF) is the world governing body for the Olympic and Paralympic sport of judo and was founded in 1951.

With more than 200 national member federations, five continental unions and an annual World Judo Tour of world-class events, judo is a martial art, an educational tool and is one of the world’s most widely practised sports.
 
The IJF World Judo Tour, composed of world class events - grand prix, grand slam, World Judo Masters and the flagship event the IJF, the world championships for individuals & teams, takes place across Europe, Asia & the Americas annually. 

The IJF is leading life-changing programmes on the five continents, including, Judo for Children, Judo in Schools, Judo for Peace, Judo for All, based on gender equity and non-discriminatory principles and on a strong moral code.

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Contact Information

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Sports structure

VIZER Marius
International Judo Federation
Budapest
József Attila Street 1
1051
Hungary

Focus Areas

Region
All regions
Themes
Child protection
Sport and refugees
Environment and sustainability
Gender
Peacebuilding
Sport
Judo
Target group
All target groups