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Judo In Montenegro

Judo In Montenegro/Božidar Markuš

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2. WHEN? Many martials arts, even those preceding judo, were created so that basic human rights could be defended. Such defence aimed at overcoming sheer force with technique and was suited to conditions and circumstances in which it was developed. In the distant past, at the time when the Chinese had great influence over the Japanese culture, certain knowledge of martial arts was passed from China to Japan. The Chinese philosopher Lao Tse outlined the basic jiu jitsu principles in his books, which well served the Japanese nobility as a foundation for their Bushido (the code of the Samurai). The code was used 125 years ago by prof. Jigoro Kano to design a new way of life, one of whose basic tenets reads: “Mutual welfare and benefit”. The word “javara” first appeared in the 11th century, denoting a martial art preciding jiu jitsu (“the gentle art”), which judo originated from. At the very beginning, in 1889, explaining how jiu jitsu gave rise to “Judo Kodokan”, Jigoro Kano said: “I studied jiu jitsu not only because i found it interesting but also because i found it the most efficient way to educate both the body and the mind. This is why i decided to disseminate it and make it more popular. However, old jui jitsu needed to be changed in order to become more accessible to everyone, having in mind that it was not originally meant to be a means for educating the mind and the spirit and for improving intelligence. In the whole conception of jiu jitsu, intelligence was just a favourable circumstance in trying to achieve victory.” 11

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    6. 6. THE JUDO CLUB “ČELIK” -

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    7. 1. THE YOUTH JUDO CLUB “TITOGR

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    Vujovi}a, da klub u~estvuje na kval

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    The members of the Judo Club “Tit

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    The match between “Bosna” and

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    zarda 5:5; Rašović - Puškarević

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    What decided their not reaching the

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    At this year’s Adriatic Cup, 110

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    But we can’t help them much, beca

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    this club and help it within their

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    stay in the company of the best, if

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    The national team of Montenegro, Sp

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    The team from Titograd competed suc

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    interesting was the final three-tea

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    7. 1. 1. PROBLEMS After the departu

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    which left lasting consequences. Ki

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    The club re-entered the First Feder

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    Petrov Petar’s Petrov mla|i young

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    Osvajanjem {ampionskih titula na ek

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    fear was present. The judge had to

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    7. 3. D@UDO KLUBOVI "^ELIK" , "CRNO

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    D`udo Judo Club klub “Ribnica”

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    not implemented, that is, the repub

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    The president of the Initiative Com

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    It was concluded that the formation

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    from Titograd and Branko Radujkovi

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    On April 4-5, 1981, as the newly el

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    Du{an Martinovi} Bo‘idar Marku{ B

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    Dragutin - Lale Martinovi} Dragutin

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    On September 16, 1990, in the “Mo

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    Before the match Russia - Montenegr

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    The working schedule which met the

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    For a long time, the judo school wa

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    Milinko Labudovi} i ja demonstriral

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    on judo was presented, as well as c

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    Na treninge d‘udoa dolazili su Dr

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    At the celebration Sa proslave of t

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    Assembly and the Presidency) were f

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    Martinović were the first federal

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    1999, after seven years of successf

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    Josuhiro Jamashita and Božidar Mar

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    The forerunner of the idea of the e

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    2. The following deserving individu

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    Veterani na Plavnici Veterani Veter

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    Of course, not all of them wanted t

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    Stanka Krivokapić, 2nd place for w

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    Women seniors: Mirsada Ganić, 1978

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    Among the top ten athletes of Monte

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    that he should be careful because h

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    This claim is corroborated by the f

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    many that he was the best Montenegr

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    17. 1. THE SHINBONE Ranko Miranovi

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    Škara understood the professor’s

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    17. 3. A SOLOIST Most anecdotes are

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    There was an unusual silence. Every

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    service in Skopje. I offered him to

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    11. THE MONTENEGRIN OLYMPIC COMMITT

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