- From Japanese 柔道家 (jūdōka). (Wiktionary)
“Kaminaga was a fine judoka but he'd been defeated by a man I can only describe as a judo genius," said Jim Bregman, an American who won a bronze medal in judo at the same Olympiad.”
“I got to do some training under him and undefeated judoka Gokor Chivichyan at Hyastan MMA Academy in North Hollywood.”
“Most judoka rather explicitly do not believe in chi, which is at any rate the spelling more commonly associated with the Chinese martial arts.”
“In 1996 Arad lost to the Korean judoka Sung Sook Jung in a fight for the bronze medal.”
“Was older and senior to me he was also a good judoka.”
“Then a very young judoka called Trevor Jones joined the Aikido section, he was a most talented student with immense natural ability, he was soon promoted to junior assistant to Sensei K Williams and Trevor and I shared the dojo responsibilities together and we became very good friends.”
“Because the Iraqi government for some reason disbanded their Olympic Committee, which is a no no, the IOC has banned Dana and the other first-time Olympians—two rowers, a disc thrower, and a judoka—from competing in Beijing.”
“Vladimir Putin ITAR-TASS/AFP/Newscom While better known for his iron grip on Russian politics, Mr. Putin is a legitimately accomplished judoka.”
“Spurred by the growing popularity of judo, especially in European countries, a new generation of non-Japanese judoka are coming of age -- and they're changing the nature of the game.”
“Japanese judoka have stuck to the standard victory-by-ippon strategy and are finding it hard to crack this new style of judo.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘judoka’.
These come from gamma meditation ,I think.
Looking for tweets for judoka.