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    "The Official Self-Defense Club" black belts {1950} - Top row from left to right: William K.S. Chow, Paul Yamaguchi, Harry Pang, Woodrow McCandle - Front row seated: Thomas Young, Great Grand Master James M. Mitose, Paul Pung
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    Two time Hawaiian champ Del Grifiths (Kyokushin) vs Alan Sekiguchi - Hawaii vs. Japan Goodwill Tourney; 11/29/69
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    Henry Okazaki of Danzan ryu
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    a nice shot of Henry Okazaki - somehow this guy looks like a fighter here:

    and this one really looks like a tough fucker, heh?
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    Pat,I've been wondering. The Emperado's are of Philippino descent or Portuguese?Since Portuguese is so prevailent in the islands I would think that is it.
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    you couldnt tell he was portugese from his name Adriano?
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    The Emperado's are Philippino, though for some reason I thought that they were part Hawaiian. William Chow was half Chinese and Hawaiian/Asian Indian.

    Good bio at Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adriano_Emperado

    Good picture of Joe there... What hands! He was knifed to death. Walter Godin said that he wrote a book that would explain all, but I don't think it has ever been printed.
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    Mike Swain

    Mike Swain is considered to be the most successful Judo player the US has ever produced. Mike Swain is the only man from the Western Hemisphere to win a gold medal at the World Championships since its inception in 1956. The World Championships is a very prestigious tournament held only once every two years. As a World Champion, 4 - time Olympian (bronze medallist in the Seoul Games) and 1996 Olympic Coach, Mike Swain has gained a phenomenal amount of valuable knowledge and experience. His video series by World Martial Arts are considered by many experts to be the finest Judo videos ever produced.

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    U.S. WORLD AND OLYMPIC HONORS
    1977 Barcelona, Spain (World Team)
    1980 Moscow, Russia (Olympic Team)
    1983 Moscow, Russia (World Team)
    1984 Los Angeles (Olympic Team)
    1985 Seoul, Korea (World Team)
    1987 Essen, Germany (World Team)
    1988 Seoul, Korea (Olympic Team)
    1989 Belgrade, Yugoslavia (World Team)
    1992 Barcelona, Spain (Olympic Team)
    1996 Atlanta (Men's Olympic Judo Coach)

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    1987 World Championships - Essen Germany (Only American male to ever win)
    1987 Pan American Games - Indianapolis
    1991 US Open
    1988 Italian Open
    1984 Czechoslovakian Open
    1984 Belgian Open
    1982 Dutch Open





    Jimmy Pedro

    Born: 10/30/70
    Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 73kg
    Rank: Rokudan (6th degree Black Belt)


    MAJOR INTERNATIONAL MEDALS
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    • 04 & 00 German Team Championships (73kg Member of TSV Abensberg)
    • 04 & 03 New York Open (73kg) - Manhattan, NY
    • 04 Pan Am Championships (73kg) - Margarita Island, Venezuela
    • 03 Korean Open (73kg) - Yongin University, Korea
    • 03 Rendez Vous Canada (73kg) - Montreal, QC
    • 03 Tre Torri (73kg) - Porto Sant'Elpidio, Italy
    • 03 Puerto Rico Open (73kg) - Salinas, Puerto Rico
    • 03 British Open (73kg) - London, England
    • 00 Europa Cup Team Championships (73kg Member of TSV Abensberg)
    • 99 World Championships (73kg) - Birmingham, England
    • 99 Pan Am Games (73kg) - Winnipeg, Canada
    • 98 US Open (73kg) - Colorado Springs, CO, USA
    • 98 Pan Am Championships (73kg) - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    • 98 French Open (73kg) - Paris, France
    • 98 Austrian Open (73kg) - Leonding, Austria
    • 98 Shoriki Cup (73kg) - Tokyo, Japan
    • 97 & 95 German Open (71kg) - Munich, Germany
    • 97 Pan Am Championships (71kg) - Guadalajara, Mexico
    • 95 US Open (71kg) - Macon, GA, USA
    • 95 Pan Am Games (71kg) - Mar de Plata, Argentina
    • 93 Pacific Rim Championships (65kg) - Auckland, New Zealand
    • 92 Guido Sieni (65kg) - Sassari, Italy
    • 92 Pan Am Championships (65kg) - Santiago, Chile
    • 92 US Open (71kg) - Colorado Springs, CO, USA
    • 90 & 89 US Open (65kg) - Colorado Springs, CO, USA
    • 90 Tre Torri (65kg) - Porto Sant'Elpidio, Italy


    Rhadi Ferguson






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    • 03 World Championships - Osaka, Japan
    • 03 German Open - Hamburg, Germany
    • 03 All Japan Championships - Tokyo, Japan
    • 02 Asian Games - Busan, Korea
    • 02 All Japan Championships - Tokyo, Japan
    • 01 All Japan Championships - Tokyo, Japan
    • 01 World Championships - Munich, Germany
    • 01 Hungarian Open - Budapest, Hungary
    • 00 Olympic Games - Sydney, Australia
    • 00 French Open - Paris, France
    • 99 World Championships - Birmingham, England
    • 99 German Open - Munich, Germany
    • 98 Asian Games - Bangkok, Thailand
    • 98 Shoriki Cup - Tokyo, Japan
    • 97 Austrian Open (95kg) - Leonding, Austria



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    Kevin Asano: 1987 World Bronze Medalist, and 1988 Olympic Silver Medalist (Olympics were in Seoul... Korean racist judging it is widely said. " Asano came close to winning the Gold Medal, but lost it on a one-point penalty to Jae-Yup Kim of Korea." HorationHooah's sensei at Leeward Judo Club, Honolulu.

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