The Sorgues judo club has civic ambitions

The Sorgues judo club has civic ambitions
The Sorgues judo club has civic ambitions

The Shimizu club Sorgues-Le Thor does not wish to limit its ambitions to considerations. With convincing sporting results this season, including the team bronze medal at the French championships recently won by juniors Ciara Dutartre and Emma Sarrail, he has launched an interesting prospect around the president. Jérôme Amalzieu aims to develop a practice of judo consistent with the values ​​of this sport. While being in line with civic values ​​and demands for gender equality as part of a more global approach.

With a vision of development and inclusion, the Vaucluse club actively seeks to broaden its impact and its offering. And that starts with training.

“Create a dynamic and committed succession”

With its 150 licenseesindicates Jérôme Amalzieu, the club plans to train young teachers, wishing to share their passion for judo and contribute to the development of young practitioners. This initiative aims to create a dynamic and committed next generation who are ready to perpetuate the fundamental values ​​of this discipline.

Then comes the diversification of the proposed offering. “Apart from traditional judo, the club is committed to diversifying its activities by introducing ju-jitsu and ne waza, also known as Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ). This expansion aims to meet the varied interests of its members and to promote a holistic approach to martial practice”continues Jérôme Amalzieu.

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