Posted on March 22, 2019
Did You Know?
Does the colour of your uniform bias your chances of winning? In judo, a white judogi has been commonly considered a disadvantage because it was thought to be more visible, allowing athletes in blue to better evaluate and anticipate the movement of their (white) opponent. However, research now suggests that a winning bias is attributed to the first athlete called (who wore blue until 2011, and now wears white), rather than the colour of their judogi.