By Editors on May 29-2022
EIBERGEN / NEEDE – Last Saturday, Judosport East hosted the Vanen Championship for the 50th time. Judoka from Hengelo (JPT) and Enschede participated in this competition, and these federations also include members from Neede and Eibergen.
A competition is organized every month for the youngest youngsters to gain experience. Participants earn points for the matches they play. After 100 points, judo receives the first white flag. The colors increase in the order of the judo belts. There are rotors that are won until the black feather. Judoka Simon Fendering of Team Godosport UST won the Black Flag this weekend.
All in all, it was a successful day with an enthusiastic audience.
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Young and old can enjoy the windmill, which was recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. “Hopefully young people will sign up for Miller’s training, because it’s so much fun to let that go to waste,” Mincink says. In the meantime, Minsink hopes to remain active as a grinder for years to come. “I’m not thinking about stopping for long, I hope to continue until I’m old.”
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