Udo Quellmalz is the most successful lightweight judoka ever produced by the West. A master of both Newaza and Tachi-waza. His unique techniques, tactical skills and special grips are all shown. This re-worked production includes new extra features such as bonus footage of Quellmalz in action at domestic and international tournaments and a fascinating interview.
Udo Quellmalz is the most successful lightweight judoka produced by the West. Between 1989 and 1996 he returned from every World Championships and Olympic Games with a medal, culminating in gold medals at the 1991 and 1995 World Championships and 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.
Quellmalz is a master of both Newaza and Tachi-waza. In this film he shows his unique techniques, tactical skills and special grips. All are first demonstrated in a studio at full speed, followed by slow motion replays from multiple angles. They are then illustrated with numerous competition examples from Quellmalz in German, European and World Championships, and all five of his victories in the 1996 Olympics.
Quellmalz, Olympic Judo is the first production in the best-selling coaching masterclass series, which now includes Koga, Jeon and Inoue. It is an essential for all judo enthusiasts.