Chris Judd
Australian rules footballer
Chris Judd
Christopher Dylan "Chris" Judd is a professional Australian rules footballer and current captain of the Carlton Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
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J.Lo Opens Up About Her Parents' Divorce
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Jennifer Lopez's romantic life has long been tabloid fodder. And though she has frequently commented on her multiple divorces and other high-profile relationships, her parents' divorce is something she rarely talks about. But while being interviewed for the August issue of W magazine outside of her childhood home, the singer and actress opened up about her parents' split and how it affected her. “The last time I was in there was when my mom and dad called us home to tell us that they were separating after 33 years of marriage," she said. "I think that’s why I was nervous about coming here today. It’s like seeing someone from the past -- you’re afraid to run into them because you never know if it’s going to be ‘wow’ or very difficult. This is a combination of both.” And although returning to her childhood home was difficult for the star, Lopez credits much of her success to the work ethic she learned from her mom and dad while growing up in that house in The Bronx. ...
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J.Lo Alludes To Real Reason Behind Divorce
Popeater - over 3 years
Jennifer Lopez's love life may be constant tabloid fodder, but the popstar opened up to The Telegraph on Wednesday to tell the story in her own words. She revealed that her 2011 divorce from Marc Anthony "was hard," but that she learned a lot from the experience. "When Marc and I decided to separate, I thought, 'I’m not going to let this turn me into someone unhopeful who doesn’t believe [in love] anymore,'" Lopez said. "I didn’t want to just survive it. I wanted to grow from it. And I did learn a lot." What, specifically, did Lopez learn? "Most importantly, to love myself first. As women, I don’t think we do that enough. We always love somebody else more than ourselves," she said. "I did that for a long time and I couldn’t understand why things weren’t working. Then I realized that I wasn’t valuing myself in the way that I deserved." She also alluded to what may be the real reason for the divorce. "You accept things that are less than what you want, and the ...
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Judd admits offences are a bad look
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
Carlton captain Chris Judd admits the fact that he has been suspended for more than one incident in his career reflects poorly on him.
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Sport's illustrious, without the swimsuit
Brisbane Times - over 4 years
THE WRAP Kearney told to slither out by Eels … Cadel's Tour de Fail … Sally pierced by rival in warm-up … Opals more disappointed about missing frequent flyer points … Bunnies scurry down the hole with the points … Chris Judd does the chicken dance … Changing times: are the Sharks the best thing about The Shire?
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AFL deny interfering in Judd case
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
The AFL has strongly denied claims of interference in the process which hit Carlton skipper Chris Judd with a lengthy suspension.
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Judd under scrutiny for 'chicken wing'
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
Carlton captain Chris Judd appears certain to face suspension after a bizarre wrestling move on North Melbourne's Leigh Adams.
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Country footy not for Judd
The Border Mail - over 4 years
CARLTON skipper Chris Judd says he’s unlikely to follow the lead of former teammate Brendan Fevola and forge a country footy career once he retires from the AFL.
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Judd might have another AFL break
BigPond News - almost 5 years
Carlton could give Chris Judd another week off ahead of the AFL finals, depending on his body.
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Jennifer Lopez Ready to Marry, Will Casper Smart’ Says I do?
Great New Movies - almost 5 years
Jennifer Lopez – ‘On The Floor’ hit-maker wants to marry her boyfriend/ choreographer Casper Smart, according to sources.  Why Lopez is telling her pals she wants to marry the 25-year-old dancer and Casper Smart’s ready to say I do? The 42-year-old rocking singer is thought to be ready for a fourth trip down the wedding aisle after pronounces that she was parting ways with Marc Anthony last July. An inside source told that, She’s telling her friends that she wants to marry Casper, and she’s certain wants to be with Casper forever. At a press conference for her forthcoming 2012 world tour with Enrique Iglesias and Wisin Y Yandel, Lopez admitted that her partner of six months will play a essential role in putting her show together as co-choreographer. She confirmed in a discussion that, she’s working with choreographer Jamie King, and also Casper Smart. It’s going to be an amazing, amazing show. Lopes also added that the event will be one of the most significant tours eve ...
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Judd on Carlton, Cousins, Kreuzer
Byron Shire News - almost 5 years
Carlton captain Chris Judd opens up in a wide-ranging interview with Fox Footy's On The Couch. Watch the full interview now!
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We're over our late-season blues, says Ratten - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
CARLTON coach Brett Ratten and captain Chris Judd are adamant the club is in better form ahead of Sunday's blockbuster against Essendon than it was before its previous two elimination final defeats. A form ladder from rounds 21 to 24 shows the Blues
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Judd cleared of illegal sling tackle - Perth Now
Google News - over 5 years
NO CASE TO ANSWER: Carlton skipper Chris Judd has been cleared of a dangerous sling tackle. Source: Herald Sun [To view Flash please enable JavaScript and Flash.] RED-HOT Brownlow Medal favourite Chris Judd has been cleared of a dangerous sling tackle ... -
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Rebecca and Chris Judd store Oscar's cord blood - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
REBECCA and Chris Judd have joined the growing number of Victorian families paying up to $5000 to store their child's cord blood, as Melbourne leads world-first research aiming to cure diabetes and cerebral palsy with umbilical blood
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Judd makes spring catwalk return - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
The West Australian connection continued during the glamorous Flemington Spring Fashion Lunch when Judd, who is married to Carlton captain Chris Judd, took to the runway in an outfit by Perth fashion designer Aurelio Costarella
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League offers clubs more breathing space - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Additional services agreements (ASA) are invariably paid to the stars, such as Carlton's Chris Judd. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo CLUBS with tight salary caps appear to have been given a reprieve, the noose loosened. Collingwood, Hawthorn, Carlton and
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Chris Judd is busy with footy and fatherhood - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Carlton captain Chris Judd is at the top of his game and is optimistic about the Blues' finals prospects. Source: Herald Sun CHRIS Judd, who has somehow managed to avoid too many restless nights with baby Oscar, looms large over the finals and the
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Mark this down: Bring on the ugly pack! - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
In Saturday's Age, Carlton champion Chris Judd was quoted saying that rules changes and the team focus on defence has ended the influence of taggers. Could it be that similar forces are resulting in more spectacular marks being taken this year?
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Chris Judd leads Carlton to 30-point win over Fremantle - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Chris Judd tries to break a tackle against the Dockers. Picture: Getty Images Source: Herald Sun CRUEL though it may seem, the main focus for many in Carlton's regulation 30-point victory over Fremantle was who would get the three Brownlow votes. ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Chris Judd
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 32
    Rebecca gave birth to twin boys, Tom and Darcy Judd, on 29 September 2016.
    More Details Hide Details On the night of Judd's 2004 Brownlow win, Twigley wore a revealing red dress which caused national comment.
  • 2015
    Age 31
    In Round 10, 2015, he suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in his left knee and subsequently announced his retirement days later, bringing an end to his 279-game career.
    More Details Hide Details At his peak, Judd was the best midfielder in the game and is widely regarded as one of the best players of the 2000s decade.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2013
    Age 29
    After his original six-year contract ended at the end of 2013, he began signing single-year contracts in preparation for the end of his career.
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  • 2012
    Age 28
    Following the 2012 season, Judd took on a smaller role in the team, electing to relinquish the captaincy and step down from the leadership group.
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    He finished third in the John Nicholls Medal for the 2012 season.
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    In 2012, Judd played his 100th match for Carlton as captain against Hawthorn in round 14.
    More Details Hide Details In round 16 against he was reported for misconduct in that he pulled opposition player Leigh Adams' arm up, causing the shoulder to dislocate, in a move known as a "chicken wing tackle". Judd denied that he intended to hurt Adams, but the tribunal found him guilty and suspended him for four matches.
  • 2011
    Age 27
    In 2011, Judd led Carlton to its best season in a decade, helping the team finish 5th at the end of the season, and to record its first finals victory since 2001.
    More Details Hide Details He was awarded the Leigh Matthews Trophy for the second time in his career, as well as the AFLPA's Best Captain Award for the first time. He was named vice-captain and ruck-rover of the All-Australian team, his fourth consecutive selection. He had entered the Brownlow Medal count as an unbackable favourite, with TAB Sportsbet electing to pay out early after Round 20, but he ultimately finished fifth. He played his 200th AFL game during the season.
  • 2010
    Age 26
    On 31 December 2010, Judd married speech pathologist and model Rebecca Twigley.
    More Details Hide Details They have a son (born July 2011) and a daughter (born February 2014). In April 2016, the couple announced they are expecting twins in October.
    After missing the opening three rounds of the 2010 season due to the "pressure point" incident, Judd earned three Brownlow votes in each of his first five matches for the season, going on to win his second Brownlow Medal with 30 votes, four ahead of 2009 Brownlow Medallist Gary Ablett, Jr..
    More Details Hide Details He became the thirteenth VFL/AFL player to win the Brownlow more than once, the fourth VFL/AFL player to win the Brownlow at two different clubs (West Coast and Carlton), and the first VFL/AFL player to twice poll thirty or more votes in a season. Judd also won his fifth All-Australian selection, being named on the interchange bench, and his third consecutive John Nicholls Medal, becoming the only player other than Nicholls to win the Carlton best and fairest award three times in a row.
  • 2009
    Age 25
    Judd had a controversial end to his 2009 season.
    More Details Hide Details In Carlton's elimination final loss to Brisbane, Judd was cited by the Match Review Panel for misconduct against Michael Rischitelli, after Judd made unnecessary contact near Rischitelli's eyes. The media initially reported the case as eye-gouging, and Judd created a bigger controversy when he stated that his intention was not to eye-gouge, but to push a pressure point behind Rischitelli's ear. Judd later said that his comment was intended as dry humor, but it was misinterpreted as genuine and prompted condemnation from many sources, from sports commentators to martial arts experts. After contesting the charge and appealing the penalty at the AFL Tribunal, Judd was suspended for three weeks. In another deadpan statement after the hearing, he stated "I've since watched a couple of Steven Seagal movies and realised that pressure points are no laughing matter," but he also acknowledged his own "stupidity" in the controversy. Then, his leadership was called into question when the team misbehaved during an organised Christmas booze cruise, which saw suspensions to teammates Andrew Walker, Eddie Betts and Ryan Houlihan.
    Judd again won the John Nicholls Medal and All-Australian selection in 2009.
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  • 2008
    Age 24
    During the off-season, Judd was awarded the captaincy of the club entering into his first season with the Blues. His first game in navy blue was a Friday afternoon practice match on 7 March 2008 against the Western Bulldogs at MC Labour Park, with his presence attracting 12,000 fans, and he began his senior career with the club in the first round.
    More Details Hide Details His return match against West Coast at Subiaco Oval in Round 7 was widely anticipated in the media, and Carlton won by 37 points. Judd played 21 of the 22 home-and-away games through the season was named All-Australian captain and ruck rover – his third All-Australian selection, and first as captain – and won the John Nicholls Medal for the best and fairest of the Carlton Football Club. He also represented the Victorian team the following week for the Hall of Fame Tribute Match.
    Consistently recognised as one of the game's premier midfielders, Judd has been selected in the All-Australian team six times, including as captain in 2008.
    More Details Hide Details At a representative level, he played for Australia in the 2002 International Rules Series and for Victoria in the AFL Hall of Fame Tribute Match in 2008. Judd is recognised as a great at two clubs: West Coast and Carlton. During his 134 games with West Coast he captained the club for two seasons and won two Club Champion Awards. After returning to Melbourne to captain the Carlton Football Club, Judd won the John Nicholls Medal as the club's Best and Fairest three times, and become the fourth player in AFL history to win a Brownlow Medal at more than one club. Judd was born in Melbourne to Andrew Judd and Lisa Engel. He was raised in Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs, where he played for the East Sandringham Junior Football Club before he attended Caulfield Grammar School. Judd was an all round sportsman and junior track and field star and solid cricket player. At Caulfield Grammar, he began to focus on Australian rules football and later captained the school's First team. Judd attained an ENTER score of 96.20 on his Victorian Certificate of Education.
  • 2007
    Age 23
    On 11 October 2007, Judd was officially traded to Carlton along with a third round selection in the 2007 AFL Draft (No. 46 overall) for Carlton's first and second round selections (No. 3 and 20) and Josh Kennedy, who was reluctant to leave Carlton.
    More Details Hide Details Judd was subsequently given the No. 5 guernsey vacated by the trade of Kennedy, and he signed a six-year, $6,000,000 contract with the club.
    In the weeks following the announcement of his departure, Judd met with four clubs: Essendon, Melbourne, Collingwood and Carlton. On 2 October 2007, Judd announced that his preferred club was Carlton, and Carlton was also considered most likely to secure the a trade with West Coast, because the club held two early draft picks which could be used in negotiations.
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    On 16 September 2007, two days after West Coast's semi-final elimination by Collingwood, it was announced that Judd had left West Coast and would be requesting a trade to a club in Victoria.
    More Details Hide Details He notified West Coast coach John Worsfold and CEO Trevor Nisbett of his intentions earlier that day. As arguably the most talented player in the competition, his departure created much attention and speculation among the Melbourne-based clubs, the media and the football community.
    Judd's strong form continued into 2007 and he polled Brownlow votes in each of his first eight games for the season.
    More Details Hide Details However, as the year progressed, he was hampered by a chronic groin injury which sidelined him for several weeks and restricted his performance in the games he played. He was forced to play off the bench and in the forward line often and was rested for several games in anticipation of playing in the finals series. He had won one premiership and was runner-up with the West Coast Eagles in 2005.
  • 2006
    Age 22
    Throughout the 2006 season, the column was also published in Melbourne newspaper The Age, in which Judd wrote about issues such as global warming, terrorism, superficiality in the mass media, world peace and James Surowiecki's book The Wisdom of Crowds.
    More Details Hide Details In 2009, Judd was featured in the official advertisement for the AFL, receiving a mark from Aaron Davey on a basketball court and then sprinting in front of a stampede of horses on a horse racing track before handballing to Adam Goodes. Judd is currently studying for a Master of Business Administration degree and has previously completed university courses in media studies and corporate governance. He owned a Toyota Prius hybrid car and switched to "green power" at his former Perth house. He is also a registered organ donor. He is currently an environmental ambassador for Visy and drives the Hyundai i30.
    He led the Eagles to a one-point victory against Sydney in the 2006 AFL Grand Final, winning his only AFL Premiership medallion.
    More Details Hide Details Additionally, he won his second club best and fairest award, his second All-Australian selection and the Leigh Matthews Trophy as the AFL Players Association's Most Valuable Player.
    On 1 March 2006, Judd was named captain of the club, succeeding Ben Cousins who stepped down from the role for disciplinary reasons.
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  • 2005
    Age 21
    In 2005, he again averaged 22 disposals and was runner-up to Cousins as Club Champion; he kicked the Goal of the Year and won the Norm Smith Medal in West Coast's four-point loss to in the 2005 AFL Grand Final.
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  • 2004
    Age 20
    2004 was Judd's breakthrough season in which he combined with captain Ben Cousins, midfielder Daniel Kerr and ruckman Dean Cox in the Eagles' midfield.
    More Details Hide Details Judd averaged 22 disposals and kicked 24 goals for the season and became West Coast's first Brownlow medallist, polling 30 votes to finish seven ahead of runner-up Mark Ricciuto. Additionally, he was named to his first All-Australian team as a wingman, and won the Eagles' Club Champion award for the first time.
    He was appointed as one of the Eagles' four vice-captains prior to the commencement of the 2004 season.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2002
    Age 18
    Judd played only one WAFL match before making his debut for West Coast in Round 2, 2002.
    More Details Hide Details He had an impressive debut season, winning the AFLPA Best First Year Player Award. In his second season, he alternated between the midfield and forward line and with several dominant performances he finished runner up in the club's best and fairest.
  • 2001
    Age 17
    Although he missed the 2001 AFL Draft Camp, his performances at the state championships made him an obvious standout to recruiters and he was tipped to be picked high in the 2001 AFL Draft.
    More Details Hide Details Judd was taken by West Coast with its priority draft pick (No. 3 overall) in what was later to be called the "super draft" due to the standout quality of the players to have developed from that draft year.
    At the 2001 AFL Under 18 Championships, Judd was named captain of the Vic Metro team, despite chronic shoulder problems.
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    He played TAC Cup football with the Sandringham Dragons through to 2001.
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  • 2000
    Age 16
    Judd was a graduate of the 2000 AIS/AFL Academy and participated in the 2000 AFL Under 18 Championships, although due to his young age at 17, he was too young to be drafted by an AFL club.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1983
    Born
    Born on September 8, 1983.
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