Coach Stephanos Georgiadis 

Stephanos is a former Australian and Greek National champion and representative of both countries at world level competitions. 

He is Yon (4th) Dan black belt, an accredited referee and coach, National Level Kata instructor and judge and also holds tertiary qualifications in teaching and physical education.

 

Qualifications:

  • Yon dan (4th Dan) International Judo Federation

  • Bachelor Degree of Physical Education and Science

  • International Judo Federation Coach Level 2

  • Judo Coach - Judo Australia (JA) Coaching Accreditation Framework

  • National Level Kata and Grading Black Belt Examiner (JA)

  • AFP Police Clearance

  • Working With Vulnerable People registered

  • Senior First Aid Certificate

Instructor Ras Ranthilaka

With his Sho (1st) Dan black belt from Kodokan and with his international level competition experience, Ras brings a diverse judo background in our sessions.

Ras has been Sri Lanka’s National Champion and member of the National team from 1991 to 1996. 

Ras was selected as one of the ACT's squad coaches to prepare the state team for the 2019 National Judo competition.

Qualifications:

  • Sho Dan (1st Dan) - Kodokan and Judo Australia 

  • International Judo Federation Instructor Level 1 (current)

  • Judo Coach - Judo Australia Coaching Accreditation Framework

  • Working With Vulnerable People registration

  • Senior First Aid Certificate

Assistant Instructor Steve McGregor

Steve started his judo career in 2015 at the Olympia judo club. 

Since then he has been promoted to the Ni Kyu (Brown belt) and is in trend to be qualified for his Black Belt exams

Steve is ACT’s State level Kata and Grading examiner and member of the Veterans ACT competition team.

Qualifications:

  • 1 Kyu (Brown Belt) - Judo Australia (JA)

  • Judo Club Instructor - JA Coaching Accreditation Framework

  • State Level Kata and Grading Examiner (JA)

  • Working With Vulnerable People registered

  • Senior First Aid Certificate

Phone: 0411 105 449

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