⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'ju-jitsu' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   ju-jitsu | -
Jiu-Jitsu {n}
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Übersetzung für 'ju-jitsu' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Jiu-Jitsu {n}sports
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Gary is a 10-time world champion (x2 kickboxing, x8 Ju-Jitsu) who has also won countless European and domestic titles across a wide range of martial arts styles.
  • It all began in 1969 when two Judo Masters met, Master Armando Santambrogio and the Japanese Master Hota. In addition to Judo they had practiced Ju-jitsu and Nippon Kempo respectively.
  • In February 2005, the United States Ju-Jitsu Federation (ISJJF) awarded him the rank of 7th dan in judo.
  • His style reflects his extensive martial arts background: Phillips is a recommended black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has experience with Capoeira, Ju-Jitsu, and Judo.
  • Gareth Horgan, Acting Tertiary Fellow, is the British Ju Jitsu Association Governing Body's "Universities Ju Jitsu Representative", highlighting the contribution that TJF makes to Jiu Jitsu as a whole in the UK.
  • The German Ju-Jutsu Association was one of the three founding members of the Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF, originally called the European Ju-Jitsu Federation, EJJF), which has focused on developing the sport aspect of Western jujutsu styles.
  • In 1969, Jay was inducted into Black Belt Magazine’s Black Belt Hall of Fame as "“Ju-Jitsu Sensei of the Year”" and again in 1990 as "“Man of the Year”".
  • He is a master of underwater ju-jitsu and of several obscure languages.
  • Florence and Joe divorced by the early 1920s, after he abandoned Flo and their child, little Ronnie, "The World's Youngest Ju-Jitsu Exponent" .
  • This popular family of sports / traditional arts has clubs in each of the six major disciplines (Aikido, Ju Jitsu, Judo, Karate, Tae Kwon Do and T'ai chi).
  • After Training in Japan with the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba, from 1962-1964 Nadeau returned to Northern California and opened a series of martial art schools sharing space with first Professor Sig Kuferath and then Richard Bunch through whom he has had on-going contact with several notable Ju-Jitsu schools and which eventually led to the formation of the California Aikido Association.
  • In 2014 Jessica Scricciolo, under the Ju-Jitsu Sports Group Perugia, won the title of World Champion in the Fighting System speciality, 55 kg.
  • The CCU Martial Arts Department also offers courses in Japanese ju jitsu, aikido and kung fu.
  • There were more than 30 medals from the republican tournament in Karate-do and Ju-jitsu in 2006.
  • Conversely, he had a sympathetic attitude toward Japan, setting stories there and coauthoring a book on ju-jitsu with a noted Japanese adept in the art.
  • He won his first Full Contact Karate competition in 1976 after only six months of training under the direction of John Therien (who now holds Hanshi degree in Ju-Jitsu), [...] and subsequently became Canadian middleweight kickboxing champion two and a half years later.
  • Such teams have incorporated moves from ju-jitsu, kendo, [...] , and nunchaku.
  • He founded the FFATKJ, with the agreement of Minoru Mochizuki, the "Fédération française d'Aikido, de Tai-jitsu et de Kendo" (FFATK) when he came back from Japan with Hiroo Mochizuki.
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