The second European Games takes centre stage in Belarus later this week and 12 current and former TASS athletes will be flying the flag for dual career sport. Simon Rushworth caught up with Sally Conway (Billy Cusack), who was a TASS funded athlete in 2005/06, ahead of Minsk 2019. Nothing beats experience according to Sally. […]
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British Judo have today announced its first stage selection for the World Championships in Tokyo, Japan from 25-31st August. The team will be finalised with a second stage selection on week commencing 29th July with the final British Judo team being announced shortly after. The team consists of current World Championship silver medallist Nekoda Smythe-Davis […]
British Judo is supporting UK Anti-Doping’s Clean Sport Week, which runs from 20-26th May. The campaign which is now in its third year, will have the support of a range of National Governing Bodies, sports organisations and UK sports stars, as we celebrate clean athletes and their success, and promote the work of the anti-doping […]
World number 2 and current European Champion, Christopher Skelley (-100kg) recovered from a recent neck injury to claim gold in Baku and close the gap on World number 1 Zviad Gogotchuri (GEO). Skelley (pictured above with physio John Prescott and coach Ian Johns) made light work of booking his place in the final, powering past Kanan […]
Henry Wakes (-66kg), Jasmine Hacker-Jones (-52kg), Lachlan Moorhead (-81kg) all claimed bronze for GB Judo at the Kaunas Junior European Cup in Lithuania over the weekend. In his first international competition since finishing 7th at the Glasgow European Open in October 2018, Wakes overcame Omer Man (ISR) in round 1, by ippon score, before dispatching […]