Sportjudo is a nationally known judo club located in North Springfield, Virginia. Our focus is on sport judo–big throws, submission techniques, and pins. We regularly compete in local, regional and national tournaments. A number of our members have won national trophies. A few of our members have competed in international tournaments.

Judo is a formidable (and fun) style of self-defense and sport for students from six to sixty. We welcome newcomers! We’ve got classes for all ages and skill levels. Competition is encouraged, but not required. Nobody is too weak or too out of shape to join. We provide beginners with training in the basics and progress students at a pace comfortable to them. As skill and endurance improve students are phased into advanced drills and live judo grappling. We recognize that different ages and different body types adjust at a different pace and work with each student to maximize their potential and ensure safety.


Sport Judo Welcomes It’s Newest Assistant Coach, Miya Sanjaasuren

Miyaragchaa (Miya) Sanjaasuren, a judoka from Mongolia, is a recent addition to Sport Judo’s Assistant Coaching staff. A very accomplished international competitor, Miya has won the IJF World Masters in Suwon in 2010 and Almaty in 2013. He also has won multiple medals at Asian Championships U66kg. Welcome, Miya!

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Serghei Musteata Wins Arnold Classic Sambo a Second Time

Serghei Musteata successfully defended his title in the 2017 Arnold Classic. Serghei, a highly competitive Judo player, won the Sambo competition for the second year. SportJudo is proud of his accomplishment and grateful for the hard work and competitive spirit Serghei brings to every class.

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Passing of Sensei John Anderson

Sensei Maurice Allan, on behalf of the entire Sport Judo family, wish the Anderson family the very best in this time of sorrow. Mr. John Anderson, a Kodokan Hachidan (8th Degree Black Belt), was a friend to all who knew him and humble servant to the judo community and beyond. He was the sensei of […]

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