Will Heavens, competing in his first British Judo Association tournament, won his first two contests in spectacular fashion, returning with a silver.
What does BJA stand for?
BJA stands for British Judo Association
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- Bob Jones Auditorium (Redstone Arsenal; Alabama)
- Brigade Judge Advocate
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- British Journal of Addiction
- British Journal of Aesthetics
- British Journal of Anaesthesia
- Bureau of Justice Assistance (US Department of Justice)
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- British Journal of Alcohol and Alcoholism
- Bureau Jeugdzorg Agglomeratie Amsterdam (Dutch: Metropolitan Youth Bureau Amsterdam; Netherlands)
- Baltimore Junior Association of Commerce (Baltimore, MD)
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- Business Jet Aircraft Completions, Inc.
- Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital (Fort Polk, LA)
- Brooklyn Jewish Arts Gallery
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Samples in periodicals archive:
And Hickman, who returned from an ankle injury in the summer to win both the Scottish and Great North open, is currently ranked fourth in the Under-52kg category by the British Judo Association.
Heath and Craig join Chris Sharpe, a 2nd Dan Black Belt and qualified national referee with the British Judo Association, to share their wealth of knowledge with pupils.
As a member of the British Judo Association, the National Championships, the British Schools Competition and ranking events were always intense.
The Welsh Judo Association is the Governing Body for Judo within Wales, with various services devolved to it by the British Governing body, the British Judo Association.
But a British Judo Association spokesman said yesterday: "Mr Lloyd has never represented us at any level and it's wrong for anyone to describe him as an Olympic hopeful.
Emerging prospect George Smith also qualified from the highly-regarded Huddersfield club, who are members of the British Judo Association.
British Judo Association members range from five to 85.