where does the sport of judo come
swimming gymnastics long jump high jump table tennis ice skating triathlon sprint volleyball Sailing judo fencing shooting rowing cycling
From 1964- 2004 olympics, Great Britain has never one an Olympic Gold Medal in judo. Type your answer here...
Brazil has won their most overall medals in sailing, volleyball (indoor and beach), judo, athletics, and swimming. They have won their most gold medals in sailing, volleyball (indoor and beach), and athletics.
In the Tokyo,Japan 1964 Games. There was no Judo competitions in the 68' Olympics but there has been ever since then.
The host nation was allowed to introduce a new sport
1964 Summer Games in Tokyo.
Yes, judo made its debut in the Olympics in 1964.
The Judo men's division was first introduced to the Olympic Games in 1964. The women's division asa added in the 1992 Barcelona games.
The Kodokan was founded in 1882, and that year is accepted as the year that Judo was introduced.
1964, Tokyo Olympics
At the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing, Cuba participated in the sports of archery, athletics, baseball, beach volleyball, boxing, canoeing, cycling, diving, fencing, judo, modern pentathlon, rowing, shooting, swimming, taekwondo, volleyball, weightlifting, and wrestling. Cuba has won their most medals in boxing, athletics, and judo.