Yes BJA will say that, in a sense they are right, but only in one thing, fighting, randorri. What does this mean? At lower grades randorri is far superior to BJC, because BJA fight all the time, there is less emphasis on techniques, more on grip fighting in BJA. In BJC it is true they fight in a more circular motion,, BJA are more liner, there is more emphasis on knowing the names, doing the throws correctly in BJC at lower grades, and no grip fighting is taught till later on. So this leads people in the BJA to think they are better at randorri, well yes they are but it is it judo. Well yes it is a type of judo, but the emphasis is on getting the strongest grip, hold the grip, then use it to pull the opponent off balance, so fighting a BJA Judoka is like fighting a brick wall, (they are like this all the time even with just practicing throws ) they just do not move, less fluid, more strength and less dynamics, not many counters, basically its is borderline wrestling with a gi on etc. BJC totally different, light holds, after all your practicing not fighting to win, your not in a competition, so everything is more lighter more free flowing more dynamic, no stiff arms, no strength is used except when pulling off balance, the aim here is to go with the flow, the use of your opponents weight and movement against him. In BJA this is much harder, as it all about the strength /grip and your size, so in essence, if your smaller, you cannot never beat a bigger or stronger a person, till you get really good at techniques and grip fighting. in this context most BJC will get plummeted at lower grades because they are taught differently but in my view their way of doing the throws, is fair superior, in other words their techniques are better but their randorri is not , because they are not taught grip fight too much later on. This is why you get very good dan grades from BJC who can fight very well and are good are technical stuff compared to BJA. In essence both organisations are trying to do the same thing, but with different routes and aims. BJA is more focused on competitions, BJC is not, they go for knowing judo inside out and then move on later on. Oh in BJC kata is taught as well. I believe in BJA it is start be coming in and to be fair to the latter, they are now trying to correct the technical gap, but they are still a long way off. BJC is more Judo in my opinion, while BJA is more sport of wrestling variety.