Patrick Esparbès

17 June 2021

Making it sustainable by keeping it fun

Bernard Letendre, LL.B., LL.M. Global Head of Strategy and Product Manulife Investment Management This article is about an important lesson that has come into focus for […]
11 May 2021

The transpacific judo of Yoshihiro Uchida and Hiroshi Nakamura

“For him, the most important accomplishment is to finish school and get a degree. To become a key contributor to society, to give back to others […]
29 December 2020

Managers: Should you run your team as a community sport club or as a high-performance athletic program?

  Bernard Letendre, LL.B., LL.M. Head of Wealth and Asset Management, Canada Home Manulife Investment Management Here’s an interesting question for you: Should you run your […]
29 December 2019

Covid-19 – Oon Yeoh’s Judo Lesson

  Anthony Diao Judoka since 1986 and black belt since 1995, this French journalist born in the United States grew up on three continents. He holds […]
29 December 2018

The dojo is closed and I need a backup plan

Bernard Letendre, LL.B., LL.M. Head of Wealth and Asset Management, Canada Manulife Investment Management     For me, physical activity has always been synonymous with social […]
10 February 2017

Kosei Inoue: When Judo Is in Your Soul

Anthony Diao Judoka since 1986 and black belt since 1995, this French journalist born in the United States grew up on three continents. He holds a […]
29 December 2016

Succession planning — for the future of your organization

Bernard Letendre has been practicing Judo for almost 40 years, holds a third-degree black belt and is an instructor at the University of Toronto Judo Club.  […]
29 December 2015

Judo in the Digital Age

Monica Lin Morishita is a Gold, National Magazine Award winning journalist who has written for Maclean’s, Toronto Life, Châtelaine, Canadian Living and The Globe and Mail. She received […]
29 December 2014

World Championships preview by Hans Van Essen

Hans Van Essen is the editor in chief and creative content provider for Judo Inside. As journalist Van Essen visited a countless number of events. The […]
29 December 2013

Montreal seen from France

Anthony Diao Judoka since 1986 and black belt since 1995, this French journalist born in the United States grew up on three continents. He holds a Masters […]
29 December 2012

Girls who go toe-to-toe with boys

Bernard Letendre, LL.B., LL.M. Head of Wealth and Asset Management, Canada Manulife Bernard Letendre pratique le judo depuis près de 40 ans, est ceinture noire troisième […]
29 December 2011

Meeting Canada’s Most Influential Women in Judo By Monica Lin Morishita

Meeting Canada’s Most Influential Women in Judo Monica Lin Morishita is a Gold, National Magazine Award winning journalist who has written for Maclean’s, Toronto Life, Châtelaine, […]
29 December 2010

Olympic medal expectations for Tokyo

Hans van Essen (NED) is the editor in chief and creative content provider for Judo Inside. As journalist Van Essen visited a countless number of events. […]
29 December 2009

Dual Nationality — When Elsewhere is Within Yourself

Anthony Diao Judoka since 1986 and black belt since 1995, this French journalist born in the United States grew up on three continents. He holds a […]
29 December 2008

Judo as Self-Defence – Mental and Physical Reflex

Judo as Self-Defence – Mental and Physical Reflex By Monica Lin Morishita I have always wondered how effective judo is as a method of self-defence. All […]
30 July 2021

El Nahas Places Fifth to Conclude Historic Olympic Games for Canadian Judo

A third Canadian judoka came close to stepping onto the podium at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Thursday as Shady El Nahas advanced to one of the two […]
27 July 2021

Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard Claims Second Unprecedented Medal for Canada

Makes History for Second Day in a Row Today, it was Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard’s turn to leave her mark on Canadian judo history by winning an Olympic bronze […]
26 July 2021

Klimkait Makes History

First Canadian Woman to Win Olympic Judo Medal World champion Jessica Klimkait (-57 kg) has done what no female Canadian judoka has ever done before: step onto the […]
25 July 2021

Ecaterina Guica Beaten in First Bout

In the elimination round of 32, Ecaterina Guica (52 kg) bowed out to Belgium’s Charline Van Snick on the legendary tatamis of the Nippon Budokan. Van Snick first […]