Jane Bridge (born 4 February 1960) is a British judoka who won three European Championship gold medals and was the first Women's World Champion at under 48 kg. From 1993 to 1997 she coached the British Women's judo team and currently teaches in Performance Judo at the University of Bath.[1]

©  by Björn Nussbächer

Participation on „ Judo  -workshop“  in Tübingen. „ Judo , for me it s  just like a Dance .“ Performing the actual competition -techniques and Kata demands a high level on concentration and „ deep-work.“

.Teachers :Jane Bridge , Gunter Bischof , Markus Swierkot , Dr Rüdiger Hennig , Volker Gössling, Björn Nussbächer. Content :Ai- Jotsu , Tokui - Waza , Kenka -jotsu , Tachi-Waza , Ne - Waza , Nage - no - Kata , Nage - waza - ura - no -kata , Ju - no -kata.