Kudos for Judo
The Judo Information Site has been very fortunate to have received every major website award there is. It has been recognized by general internet publications, educational institutions, and martial arts organizations around the world. These honors help to promote Judo and make the public aware of the benefits of Judo practice. This page is no longer updated with additional awards and recognition.
The Judo Information Site is the original virtual dojo for injury-free, no cost Judo training. Visit often and tell your friends.
Listed below are the major awards:
JudoInfo.com is the number one ranked Judo site in the world on Google, Yahoo, MSN, and most other search engines. Search for Judo and you'll find the Judo Information Site with the most videos, images, articles, and the most active Judo discussion forum anywhere.
The monthly Martial Arts Professional Magazine in it's June 2002 edition recommended JudoInfo.com in a full-page Digital Warrior Web Site Review. "JudoInfo is the first site we've found that promotes the serious study and analysis of a martial art by way of modern research methods." The review concluded, "As Judo is many things to different people, be it a fun sport, an art, a discipline, a recreational or social activity, whatever you're looking for, JudoInfo.com is a great place to learn more."
The objective and exclusive Links2Go Key Resource Award has been awarded again, and this site has been rated the #3 most valuable martial arts site on the net (the #1 Judo site). Links2Go includes only the most highly cited links on the web. This site has also been selected as the #1 Judo site by Lycos, and rated as the #1 Judo site by Yahoo Internet Life (and tied for the best of all martial arts sites). (7/01)
Member of the Worldwide PE and Sports Association, and winner of The Golden Martial Arts Web Award. (3/01)
This web site has received the Web Feet Seal of Approval and appears in its Monthly Subject Guide to the Best Web Sites. Web Feet is a premier subject guide to the best Web sites for students, researchers, and the general public. The Awesome Library editors have also identified this site as one of the top 5% in the field of K-12 education. (1/01)
This site is a WannaLearn.com Select Instructional Site. (6/00)
This site has been recognized with the ALMA Master Site designation for excellent martial arts site. The Martial Arts Zone gave the Judo Information Site this Martial Arts on the Web award. Also this month this site was awarded three stars by the Karate Yellow Pages. (4/00)
This site has been selected as one of the best on the internet by the World Martial Arts Information Center. (3/00)
This site has received the Internet Guide Award from Encyclopedia Britannica. Britannica.com editors have selected this site as one of the best on the internet when reviewed for quality, accuracy of content, presentation and usability. (2/00)
This site has received the Best of the Web Award from United Combat Arts (10/99)
This site has been reviewed by Kampai Budokai and given a Hot Site Award
This site has been reviewed by Snap Online (now part of MSNBC) and given a Best of the Web Award and an Editor's Choice Award
Four stars were awarded in a rating by Yahoo Internet Life magazine, recognizing this as one of the best martial arts sites in the world for the fifth year in a row.
It has also been reviewed and awarded a high 4-star rating based on content and style by the popular search engine Magellan
The US Martial Arts Association selected the Judo Information Site for its Gold Martial Arts Website Excellence Award.
The Internet's Fitness Resource selected the Judo Information Site as the Cool Site of the Month. (5/98)
This site has won a HealthyWay Best of the Web Award. After reviewing thousands of Web sites, the HealthyWay team has designated the Judo Information Site, as one of the best online resources for health and wellness information, earning the highest rating possible. (2/98)
This site has earned the Shodan Award for martial arts website excellence. (12/97)
Luckman Interactive selected us for a Best of the Web Award, the only Judo site with this award.
The site has been reviewed by Black Belt Magazine and given a 3 star award, the highest rating for any Judo site. (10/97)
The site has been reviewed several times in Japan, most recently in the September 1997 issue of "Zero One", a popular Japanese magazine. See the original photos and article in Japanese.
Lycos Top 5% was named the #1 website review service by Internet World Magazine. It is an honor shared by no other Judo web page that the Judo Information Site has been selected as one of the best sites on the web and a prestigious Lycos Top 5% Website. (9/97)
This is a WebTrip cool site for September 1997.
This site has been selected as a Fitness Champion Website for August 1997.
The Judo Information Site is highlighted in Webcrawler Select and has been rated an outstanding web site by the WebCrawler Select Editorial Team. Read the review.
This site is ranked as a 4-star "Must See" site on Excite. The Excite Editorial Team has included the Judo Information Site when they rated the Best Judo and Jujitsu Sites.
It has been awarded the Click Cool Site Award as one of the best spots to visit on the Internet for teenagers.
The Judo Information Site has been awarded the "Médaille d'Or for Web Site Excellence".
It has been selected by Eye On The Web as the net's best Judo site and one of the best martial arts pages based on content, usability, and design.
The Judo Information Site was selected for inclusion in the Encyclopedia Britannica Online Sporting Record.
The Judo Information Site has been chosen as a featured site (7/97) on Seven Wonders which recognizes original pages on the World Wide Web.
The Judo Information Site has also been selected as one of the top 100 sites in the world by the World Famous Guestbook Server.
Here's what Yahoo Internet Life Magazine said in its 4-star site review: "The attractive Judo Information Site lives up to its claim: it is the most complete source of information about Judo on the Net. The section on the origins and principles of Judo is particularly informative; it includes essays from Dr. Jigoro Kano, the founder of Judo. After reading the tournament information, you could walk straight into a Judo Shiai and know exactly what to do. There is something here for everyone, from the mildly interested to the dedicated."
Some user comments about the Judo Information Site:
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Name: Darshan Kulkarni
Name: Daryl Cooper
Name: chris storz
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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 February 2010 01:40