The one-handed Kosoto gari by Japan's Keiji Suzuki in the Openweight final of the 2003 World Championships is widely regarded as the greatest Ashi waza of all time.
Now it's your chance to learn this amazing technique, as Suzuki takes you through a Kosoto masterclass. Also don't miss the numerous variations of Ugo Legrand and the amazing Osoto - Kosoto combination of Winston Gordon.
The Gokyo - Kosoto gari
The Gokyo version of Kosoto gari, demonstrated by Neil Adams.
Igolnikov's twitch into Kosoto | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses Mikhail Igolnikov’s (RUS) lovely twitch into Kosoto, that earn’t him a place in the 2017 Tbilisi Grand Prix -90kg Final.
Temelkova's Kosoto gari | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analysis Israel's Betina Temelkova's Tani otoshi Kosoto variation from the Final of the 2017 Tashkent Grand Prix.
Ardanov's Kosoto gari from Uchi mata set-up | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses a beautiful combination from Russia's Anzaur Ardanov to score Ippon in the 2017 Paris Grand Slam
Ouchi gari / Kosoto gari combination | Neil Adams
Adams analyses an amazing Ouchi gari - Kosoto gari combination used by World silver medallist Amartuvshin Dashdavaa (MGL) in the 2016 Tbilisi Grand Prix.
Ilyasov's Kosoto gari counter | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses a Kosoto gari counter attack that comes from being attacked with Kosoto gari!
Mollaei's Kosoto counter | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses Iran's Saeid Mollaei's Kosoto counter, from the -81kg Quarter-final contest at the 2017 World Championships