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Local club members learn from judo master

10:57 AM, Aug. 9, 2013
Hayward Nishioka gives a presentation on the evolution self-defense to judo.
Hayward Nishioka gives a presentation on the evolution self-defense to judo.
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Six members of the Stevens Point Judo Club had the opportunity to meet an icon in U.S. judo. Sensei Hayward Nishioka, eighth-degree black belt in judo, was in Madison recently. This event was hosted by Osmil Millin of Judo Gym Middleton in Middleton.

Nishioka started judo when he was 13 years old. He won four Senior National Championships, gold medal in the Pan-American Games and Masters. He is an international class "A" referee and coach. He has authored several books about judo and is on the United States Judo Association Promotion Board. Currently, he is a professor of education at City ...

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