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The Gathering 2023

September 30 - October 1

**Fully Booked**

Date: 30th September – 1st October

Venue: sportscotland National Centre, Inverclyde 

JudoScotland are delighted to add Shohei Ono to the already exciting lineup for The Gathering 2023!

Double Olympic Champion, three-time World Champion, Asian Games Champion, three-time All Japan Champion, five-time Grand Slam Champion and two-time Grand Prix Champion Shohei Ono will join Masashi Ebinuma and Kana (Abe) Ebinuma to deliver an exciting weekend of Judo.

After an excellent session at The Gathering 2022, we are pleased to welcome back three-time World Champion, Masashi Ebinuma and Two-time All Japan Champion Kana Ebinuma to The Gathering 2023! Shohei Ono will deliver a guest session sharing his immense skill set with the Scottish Judo community.

However, The Gathering isn’t just about what is happening on the mat. JudoScotland are pleased to welcome Dr Mike Callan who will be talking us through a history of judo in the UK, thinking about the lineage of Scottish clubs.

What you said about, Masashi and Kana’s 2022 sessions.

“The technicity and the importance of uchikomis and repetitions with attention on the details”

“Simple clear instructions, plenty of time to practice each stage. Point-by-point corrections delivered in a very clear visual manner.”

“Fantastic and very valuable techniques demonstrated which I’ll continue to practice.”

Event Timetable & InformationBook Your Space

We endeavour to improve the event each year so we have a maximum number that we will not pass due to mat capacity for practice and for lunch provisions etc. We will however continue to find ways of bringing world class exponents of our sport to you our members to help our sport grow throughout Scotland.


September 30
October 1
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SportScotland National Centre, Burnside Road, Largs, Inverclyde, KA30 8RW
SportScotland National Centre, Burnside Road, Largs, Inverclyde, KA30 8RW
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