Anthony Camal is an American teacher, high school coach and former firefighter who was a national and international competitor in judo. Camal was originally instructed in Judo by his father Bill Camal. Camal earned a bronze medal in the 1989 National Championships in Judo.
Anthony Camal is a seven-time New Jersey state champion in Judo. He won the World Police and Firefighters championships in 2001, and took silver in 2003. Camal has held the Annual Camal Judo North Eastern Championship for at least 14 years. Camal currently serves as the first vice president of the Hudson Yudankashi, a regional body of the United States Judo Association. Camal is also an instructor of Mixed Martial Arts and Jiu-Jitsu.
Camal is a teacher in Little Falls, New Jersey. As a coach he has produced many junior national, senior national and international competitors. Camal received a 2012 Firefighter Award for Valor from the Paterson Fire Department in Paterson, New Jersey. Camal injured his back as a result of his duties as a firefighter.