Georgian Judo is brought to you by 2014 World Champion Tchrikishvili and Triple European Champion Liparteliani.
Tchrikishvili introduces his grip fighting against right handed opponents.
Tchrikishvili introduces the lapel grip breaks he employs against right handed opponents.
Tchrikishvili breaks his opponent's grip with his left and then throws his right arm over the top of his opponent's back.
After breaking the lapel grip Tchrikishvili uses an unusual sleeve to dominate against same stance opponents.
After a cross grip lapel break Tchrikishvili throws his arm around his opponent's back to close the distance and be in position to throw.
Tchrikishvili introduces his grip fighting against left handed opponents.
Tchrikishvili shows his most commonly used grip break against opposite stance opponents.
2014 World Champion and triple European Champion Avtandili Tchrikishvili will blow your mind with his amazing Ura nage!
Tchrikishvili shows you exactly where to place your hand on the belt to grip for his Ura nage.
Tchrikishvili shows his lapel hand grip for his Ura nage.
Tchrikishvili details the posture and hip movement needed for his Ura nage.
Learn the leg movement for Avtandili Tchrikishvili's Ura nage.
Learn how to finish Tchrikishvili's Ura nage and watch some great competition examples!
Tchrikishvili shows the twitch that creates the perfect reaction for launching his Ura nage.
Tchrikishvili shows a great change of direction to make his Ura nage work against an opponent who has locked in with Uchi mata
Tchrikishvili introduces his incredible Ura nage from a sleeve and belt grip.
Tchrikishvili shows the grips and arm movement for his Ura nage from a sleeve and belt grip.
Tchrikishvili shows the leg and hip movement for his sleeve grip variation of Ura nage.
Tchrikishvili shows how to successfully complete his sleeve grip variation of Ura nage.
Tchrikishvili introduces his unique single sided variation of Uchi mata.
Tchrikishvili demonstrates the lapel variation of his Single sided Uchi mata.
Tchrikishvili demonstrates the tricep grip variation of his Single sided Uchi mata.
A selection of competitive Uchi mata examples performed by Tchrikishvili.
Tchrikishvili reveals the Uchi mata variation of his Front Ura nage!