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Judo In Montenegro

Judo In Montenegro/Božidar Markuš

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Milinko Labudovi} i ja demonstrirali tehnike d‘udoa iz Programa rada. Demonstracija tehnika je snimana, a kasete sa snimcima predate profesorima na kori{}enje. Kamp Ulcinj perspektivnih Camp forPromising sportista, Athletes Ulcinj1992 1992. Each episode consisted of three parts: the first introduced the audience Na‘alost, with the ve} data odavno on the D‘udo history {kola of judo nain nivou the world Crne and Gorein ne Montenegro, the nema second polaganja judo techniques za pojaseve were ipresented sistematskog in groups, u~enjaand d‘udo the postoji, godinama tehnika. third showed [kolovanje videos trenera from big i takmi~ara international prepu{teno competitions je njima featuring samima the {to, techniques gledaju}i having dugoro~no, been discussed ima nesagledive in the second negativne section. posljedice. Ote- ‘avaju}a The data okolnost on the zahistory ovakvoof stanje judo in je Montenegro ~injenica da starting se ta vrsta from gre{aka 1962 were here presented for the first time. The scope of the above-mentioned data has been significantly expanded 124in this book. In the TV school, the techniques were performed by the following judokas: Petar Ilić, Ranko Miranović, Dragan Radulović, Momčilo Markuš, Milić Radulović, Zoran Milović, Ratko 124 Radonjić, Ana Ilić, Dragan Živkovic, the young athletes Marko Radulović and Nikola Drekalović, and myself. Djido.pmd 9/29/2007, 16:14 128

8. 3. PROFESSIONAL PAPERS The problem of the lack of reference books on judo was especially acute at the beginning of the development of this sport in Montenegro. We used the translations of books by Japanese authors found in those federal republics where judo had already existed. As the time passed, there were more and more reference books, mostly by foreign authors. In the former Yugoslavia, at the time when judo was already a developed discipline, the greatest contribution in the field was given by Prof. Dr Branko Dragić from Novi Sad, whose numerous books were most often used for training qualified personnel. Knowing that in Montenegro katas had never been performed and transferring personal experience gained as a member of the Zagreb club “Mladost”, I wrote a manual “Nage No Kata”. The Presidency of the Judo Union of Montenegro appointed Vuk Tadić from Split as a reviewer. The review was positive and the manual published and distributed to all the clubs and divisions to be used. It was the first professional paper published by an author from Montenegro. The content of the manual is a text describing Nage No Kata performed by master candidates (brown belt holders) as a condition for obtaining a master’s rank. On November 4, 1981, the daily “Pobjeda” published an article titled “A Paper to Encourage” and subtitled “The Professional Manual by Božidar Markuš from Titograd Will Be of Benefit to Many Young Competitors in Mastering Katas” The article, among other things, cites the opinion of the reviewer, Vuk Tadić: “I am of the opinion that the manual by Božidar Markuš is accessible and can be used as professional literature on judo. Because of the lack of professional literature in Serbo-Croat, this manual makes a notable contribution to the field”. The four interesting books that were written much later, by Zoran Milović, a former top competitor from Podgorica, have contributed greatly to the popularization of judo. In his book “Judo, an Art, a Sport and a Way” published in Podgorica in 1999, interesting information 129

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