• My thoughts on the DO

    Starting practice is one of the most precious moments. It can be very exciting and eventually leads to fabulous growth. Now is the very moment to decide if to go all the way through.

    When I started judo practice I decided, that I would have done it for the rest of my life and that my Master would have been a constant presence in my thoughts.

    Fundamental to the DO is one ingredient: COMMITMENT, indicating, that self-discipline and persistence must be kept regardless of how hard it is.

    Practice puts us under constant stress, but without it we would never be able to develop our personality.

    Commitment and self-discipline are precious as gold for those seeking the DO.

  • In the Sixties

    1960: Bruno Carmeni throwing his opponent with seoi nage

  • More than 40 years later!

    2007: Bruno Carmeni throwing his opponent with seoi nage

Biography

1940 Birth year

1955 Judo practice begin

1956/1971 – 44 times at the Finals of the National Championships

1960 Obtains Judo Black Belt 1st Dan

1963 Silver Medal at the European Championships of Geneve

1964 Athlete at the 1st Judo Olympics in Tokyo

1962/1970 – 21 times athlete of the Italian National Team

1962/1970 Partecipation at 8 European Championships

1960/1970 – 7 times the Title of Italian National Champion

1964/1966 Degree in Japanese language at the University of Tenri (Japan)

1971/1992 Trainer of the National Junior and Senior, University and Blind Sports Team 

1971 First Teacher at the National Judo Accademy 

1976 Member of the National Commission in order to obtain Grade and Qualification

1977/2000 National Referee of 1st Category

1978 Member of the National Technical Council

1982 Well Deserving Master

1984/2001 Teacher at the updating clinics

1987 Member of the Technical Commission of the International Blind Sports Federation

1987/1984 Member of the Technical Teachers Order Council

1992/2000 International Continental Referee

1992/1996 National Technical Director of the National Disabled Sports Federation                                               

1993 Obtains 7th Dan

1994 President of the Technical Study Commission for the Disabled of the Italian Judo Federation

1995/1996 Member of the National Commission Promotion and Development of the Italian Judo Federation

1997 National Head of the Sensorial Disabled of the Italian Judo Federation

2002 Well Deserving Referee

2004 Bronze Medal of the Open Master Judo World Championships, Vienna (Austria)

2006 Obtains 8th Dan

2006 Silver Medal up to 81kg Master Judo World Championships, Tours (France)

2006 Bronze Medal of the Open Master Judo World Championships, Tours (France)

2007 Silver Medal up to 81kg Master Judo World Championships, Sao Paulo (Brazil)

2007 Silver Medal of the Open Master Judo World Championships, Sao Paulo (Brazil)

Learned under following Judo Masters: Ken Otani (9th dan); Kotani (10th dan); Ebii (9th dan); Matsumoto (9th dan); Daigo (10th dan); Osawa (10th dan); Hashimoto (8th dan). 

He has held clinics to the technical teachers of following Nations/Cities:

Brazil, Chile, Egypt, India, Iran, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taipei, Thailand, Uruguay, Honolulu, S. Francisco, S. Bruno, Los Angeles

Since 1969 he is the head instructor at the A.S.D. Judo Conegliano (Tv) – Italy

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2 Responses

  1. Soy Judoka chilena, 2 do Dan, lamentablemente no hablo ingles, he visto sus videos y como tengo un Club de Judo, me apoyo mucho en sus indicaciones tecnicas. Creo que lo tendremos por aca en Chile al final de Octubre. Espero ser una de sus alumnas. Muchas felicitaciones y gracias por ser un mensajero del Judo bien realizado. Muy atte.
    Elizabeth

  2. Hola Elizabeth. Gracias muchas para sus commento. Vamos a ver en Octubre a Santiago. Hasta luego a presto. Bruno Carmeni

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