Mr. Leo White Jr., a two time Olympian with 18 National Judo titles, 4 World Military Championships
and numerous other accolades. Mr. White is running for his second term as the Coaching Director for the USA Judo Board of Directors.
A 7th degree black belt, Sensei White is presently serving on the US Kodokan Promotion Board.
The Kodokan is one of the original schools in Tokyo Japan founded by Dr. Jigoro Kano, the founder of Judo.
Sensei White is currently an international Coach and the Team Leader for the 2008 U.S.
Olympic Judo Team competing in China.
He was also the U.S. Team Leader for the 2007 World Championships and the Team Leader for the Pan American Games in Rio De Janeiro Brazil.
SuperJudo TV is focused on Judo techniques and competition strategy which Sensei White has used
during his career as a world class Judo champion. The show is filmed in High Definition on location in Atlanta Georgia.
2 TIME OLYMPIAN
SHICHIDAN ( 7th degree black belt )
WORLD MASTER CHAMPION
U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPION
Current Community Olympic Development Program - Head Coach, Judo, Atlanta
18 Time U. S. National Champion [U. S. Record]
4 Time World Military Champion
4 Time U. S. International Invitational Champion
6 Time U. S. Olympic Festival Champion
4 Time Pacific Rims Games - Gold Medalist
Won National Titles in 4 different weight categories
Only U. S. Judo Athlete To Have Won A Senior National Championship In Each Of The Last Three Decades
Overall 1998 World Masters Champion
U S Olympic Committee Board Of Directors [1992 - 1994 Quadrennium] [1996 - Present]
Athletes Advisory Council (Aac) To The United States Olympic Committee [1992 - 1994 Quadrennium] [1996 - Present]
Member National Judo Coaching Staff
Athletes Advisory Council Representative - 1995 Pan American Games
Athletes Advisory Council Representative - 1994 U. S Olympic Festival
Athletes Advisory Council Representative - 1996 Olympic Games
HONORS AND AWARDS
1998 U. S. Judo Champion - Senior Nationals
1995 U.S. Olympic Festival Champion
Member 1992 & 1984 U.S. Olympic Team
Member & Team Captain - 1993 U. S. World Team
1991 Pan American Games Team - Silver Medallist
1991 Pacific Rim Games Team - Gold Medalist
Member 1990 Goodwill Games Team
1993 Pacific Rim Championships - Gold Medal
U. S. Senior Judo Championships Outstanding Competitor -1988
1984 Sullivan Award Nominee
Military Athlete Of The Year 1983 - Touchdown Club Timmie Award
Army Athlete Of The Year - 1983
Member 4 Pan American Games Teams; 4 Time Medalist
Hold Record For Most Medals Won By A Judo Athlete In Pan American Games
U. S. Judo Association Most Improved Player Of The Year - 1987
Judoka Of The Year - 1985
Recipient Southland Corporation Olympia Award - 1984
Black Belt Hall Of Fame, Inducted 1983
4 Time Collegiate Judo Champion
Team Captain For Numerous All- Army/Military And International Judo Teams
Member And Team Captain Of U. S. Olympic Training Center Judo Team 1985; 1987- 1989
EDUCATION AND INTERESTS
Cumberland College , Williamsburg , Kentucky
Bachelor Of Science, Business Administration, 1980; Minor - Military Science
Distinguished Military Graduate; Who’s Who In American Colleges And Universities