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Ura nage is regarded as the most devastating of all counter attacks, as it combats the big forward throws.
To learn this technique, there is no better starting place than Georgia's 2014 World Champion Avtandili Tchrikishvili, who is regarded as one of the world's best exponents of the technique.
Don't miss Mongolian World Champion Khashbaatar's very unusual variation, whilst Neil Adams brings to life some of the best Ura nages being used on the international judo circuit today.
Koga's Ura nage is used as a counter attack when his opponent attacks with drop Seoi nage
Koga shows a standard demonstration of Ura nage. See Koga's version of the technique next
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses a very interesting low entry to Ura nage from Japan's Ryuju Nagayama
Neil Adams analyses the amazing Ura nage of Gviniashvili (GEO), focusing on a huge version he used against the world number one Gasimov (AZE) in the -100kg preliminaries of the 2016 Samsun Grand Prix
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses how Laurin Boelher (AUT) gets into position for his big Ura nages
Neil Adams analyses 2016 Olympic Champion Shohei Ono's (JPN) Tani otoshi and Ura nage counter attacks.
The Gokyo version of Ura nage, demonstrated by Neil Adams.
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates an Ura nage
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates an Ura nage done by moving towards the opponent
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates a faster variation of Ura nage