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Data : Belt knots, spoiled for choice?

Spirit of Judo #106

The judoka’s belt is a wide, thick strip of fabric tied around his waist. It has two functions: to hold the judogi jacket and to bear the rank. The belt knot is the nose in the middle of the judoka’s face. It must therefore be perfect.

Read the data column of Vivien Brunel, 3rd Dan, Polytechnician, Doctor in sciences. An always fascinating point of view for another look at judo. Read it in our last issue ➡️