16 may, 2022

An article about Said Mollayi was published on the website of the European Judo Union

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The final competition day of the Azerbaijan championship among U-15 juniors has started
Azerbaijan championship in judo among teenagers born in 2008-2010 continues. Let us remind you that today is the last day of the tournament. Currently, there are leading athletes of the Azerbaijan national judo team among those who came to watch the competition. We wish success to our athletes!
08 May, 2022
Our junior judokas won 9 medals in Romania
The European Judo Cup tournament among juniors held in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, was concluded today. Our national team, which participated in the tournament with 20 teenage judokas, including 4 girls, finished the competition with 3 gold, 1 silver, and 5 bronze medals. Our national team finished the tournament in 2nd place with 9 medals.-55 kg. Sahin Oruczade (gold)-66 kg. Mehdi Jafarov (gold)-57 kg. Seedling Alizade (golden)-50 kg. Mahammad Mamishov (silver)-52 kg. Vusala Hajiyeva (bronze)-55 kg. Mahammad Musayev (bronze)-66 kg. Abil Yusubov (bronze)-73 kg. Suleyman Aliyev (bronze) Ali Hajizade (bronze) We congratulate our athletes and all members of our national team!
08 May, 2022
A traditional judo tournament dedicated to the memory of the "Hero of the Patriotic War" martyr Afgan Abdurahmanov was held in Gabala.
A traditional judo tournament dedicated to the memory of the "Hero of the Patriotic War" martyr Afghan Abdurahmanov was held under the organization of the "Gabala" Sports Club. 198 judokas born in 2010-12 from 18 teams competed in 10 weight classes in the tournament held at the Gabala Olympic Complex. In addition to Gabala, athletes from Baku, Ganja, Mingachevir, Sumgait, Ujar, Yevlakh, Zagatala and Ismayilli also tried their hand in the first-ever and traditional competition. Representatives of Gabala District Executive Power, Youth and Sports Department and Olympic Center took part in the event.
26 May, 2022
He managed to make his name known to the whole world. In an article published on the website of the European Judo Union, Saeed's inclusion in the Azerbaijan national team in the -81kg weight category was evaluated as a promising step for both sides. According to Saeed, he is happy to participate in the Paris-2024 Olympic Games under the flag of Azerbaijan and is confident that he will achieve a high result. : "My family is originally Azerbaijani, I know our culture and language well. I believe that my result at the Paris Olympics will be even higher than my success in Tokyo." Said, who has participated in training camps in Germany many times, said that he knows the head coach of the Azerbaijan senior national team, Richard Trautman, as an experienced specialist. According to him, under the supervision of a professional coach like Richard Trautman, he will achieve high achievements. The European Judo Union notes that Said Mollayi has repeatedly proven how much he is committed to judo. One of the most important values of judo, he is instilled in the sense of courage and demonstrated that he is good at moving towards the goal by overcoming all obstacles: "I had a very difficult life, but now I am happy that I am a free person. I have always shown the world that brave people always win." We wish success to our athlete!
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Experts of the International Judo Federation (BCF) Academy are in Azerbaijan for training
The Azerbaijan Judo Federation (ACF) is taking a number of measures in order to achieve the development of judo in the country and to increase the level of professionalism of the coaching staff. Thus, within the framework of the close and mutual cooperation established with the BCF, on March 7, 2022, training for the coaches of Azerbaijan's judo sport began at the Academy of the BCF. The training process consists of theoretical and practical parts. On May 9, the practical phase of the training began with the participation of BCF Academy experts Mesut Kapan and Kaya Gezeker. It should be noted that Mesut Kapan has a 6th degree black belt and is an accredited trainer of the BCF Academy. Kaya Gezeker, who holds a black belt from the 4th, is the Ambassador of the BCF Academy, the regional coordinator, and at the same time, the director of the Military and Police Commission of the BCF. During the two-day practical training, lessons on the performance of 100 basic kata are held. It should be noted that kata in judo is a complex of technical movements and there is a strict order and sequence of its execution. The quality performance of this complex of movements determines the mastery level of a judoka. Studying kata is important in terms of mastering the main philosophical principles of judo and the correct execution of tricks. In addition to the coaches of the national teams of Azerbaijan for all age groups, more than 40 coaches from various clubs, societies and sports organizations representing different regions and cities of the country participated in the practical training. stage and will be awarded with the relevant BCF international certificate upon successful completion of the training. It should also be noted that according to the decision of the BCF, starting from 2023, coaches who do not have the appropriate BCF certificate will not be allowed to accompany athletes on the mat in international competitions organized by the BCF and the European Judo Union. is planned to continue.