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Judo In Montenegro

Judo In Montenegro/Božidar Markuš

from Titograd and Branko

from Titograd and Branko Radujković from Kotor respectively. The head of the Competition Commission was Velizar Bukilić, while the Secretary of the Union was Mileva Popović from Titograd. For the six years of its work (1975 - 1981), the Union functioned as a well-organized body with considerable success at all levels of its activities. At the Union Presidency session, held on December 20, 1975, in addition to the existing laws and rules of procedure, the Rulebook on the Republican League, the Refereeing Regulations, the Regulations on the National Competitions Rules and National Team Captains, and the Technical Regulations on the Exams for Student and Master Belts were adopted. In the period between 1975 and 1981, two clubs from Montenegro entered the First League (“Titograd” in 1975 and 1972, and “Akademik” in 1979), and many competitors achieved outstanding results in the singles: Milorad Vujović became the first champion of Yugoslavia from Montenegro in the senior competition in 1968 and Pavle Milić was crowned the Yugoslav champion for junior judokas. Other contestants from Montenegro also achieved remarkable results. The Second Election Conference of the Judo Union of Montenegro was held on March 28, 1981 in Titograd. It was noted that excellent results were achieved both in terms of competition and organization. Some failures in the work were observed and pointed at, though. The reports on the work of the Union having been adopted, the electoral procedures started. Miomir Radunović, the then Assistant Secretary of the Secretariat of Internal Affairs of Montenegro, was elected president of the Presidency. (president of the Union). For members of the Presidency elected were the following: Vojin Božović from “Zeta”, Petar Ilić from “Akademik”, Vukoman Ćirović (the former president) from “Lovćen”, Vaso Mašanović from “Lovćen”, Božidar Markuš from “Tehničar”, Dragoljub Šćekić feom “Partizan” H. Novi, Dušan Martinović from “Čelik”, Ilija Đukić from “Ribnica”, Slobodan Đerković from “Titograd” and Žarko Klikovac from “Partizan” Kotor. The Monitoring Committee and the representatives in the Yugoslav Judo Union were elected. 112

The same day, in the extended session of the Presidency, were elected the following Union Commissions: the Commission for Top Sport and Development (president Božidar Markuš);the Selection Commission (Coordinator Božidar Markuš); the Competition Commission (president Budimir Šćepanović); the Referee Commission (president Petar Ilić); the Commission for Legislative Services (president Dragoljub Šćekić), the Commission for Information and Propaganda (president Vojin Božović), the Commission for Cooperation with the YPA, TND (Total National Defence) and IAS (Internal Affairs Section) (president Miljan Vukosavljević), the Disciplinary Committee (chairman Bogdan Đorđević), the Commission for Health Care (president Slobodan Đerković) and the Commission for Judo Belts (president Branko Radujković). Lazar Vujović was elected secretary of the Judo Union of Montenegro. Being involved in the most responsible professional and organizational activities within the Judo Union of Montenegro and Yugoslavia (the chairman of the Commission for Top Sport and Selection between 1981 and 1990 and a long-time member of the Expert Council of the Judo Union of Yugoslavia, federal referee and coach), and performing the functions of the President of the Judo Union of Montenegro (1990 - 1993) and president of the Judo Union of Yugoslavia (1992 - 1999), I was able to participate, alongside many colleagues, in organizing numerous activities, competitions and events that have exerted significant influence on achieving the best results from the early days of judo sport in Yugoslavia and Montenegro until the present day. From a large number of events related to the activities of the Judo Union of Montenegro, I have singled out the most important, regretting for ot being able to mention them all, due to objective reasons, and with a certain amount of fear that as a direct or indirect participant in these events I might be biased. At the professional level in Montenegro, it was necessary to devote much more work to training coaches, referees and competitors and to achieve a much higher level of organizational capacity of all stakeholders. It was necessary, through clear rules, to establish better work practises which would allow for effective operation and desired results. 113

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