Entries by Jarryd Dunn

National Inclusion Training Day Returns in February!

The British Judo Centre of Excellence will once again play host to the British National Inclusion Open Training Day on Saturday 1st February 2020. This is a national training day open to all Senior and Junior players that have a Physical, Sensory or Intellectual Impairment (including under – 8s). All activities with the sessions are […]

British Judo WCPP for 2019/20

The British Judo Association, the National Governing Body for British Judo, has today (16th December) announced the Olympic and Paralympic athletes selected for its World Class Performance Programme (WCPP) for 2019 – 2020. Funded by the National Lottery through UK Sport, WCPP selection is based upon a set of criteria including potential to medal at […]

7th for Powell on final day of Judo Masters

On the final days competition at the Judo Masters in Qingdao, China, Wales’ Natalie Powell (-78kg) finished in 7th. Powell, the 2018 Masters bronze medallist, started well beating Marhinde Verkerk (NED) in the 2nd round with a shime-waza for ippon. In the 3rd round she beat Kaliema Antomarchi (CUB) with Ouchi Gari for ippon. She […]

Piovesana finishes 7th on Judo Masters debut

On day 2 of the Judo Masters in Qingdao, China, Lubjana Piovesana (-63kg) was the stand out performer finishing in 7th place in what was her first Masters appearance. Piovesana, the 2018 European U23 Champion, is ranked 35th in the world with only the top 36 getting invited to compete. In her first fight she […]

Career best finish for McKenzie on day 1 of Judo Masters

Camberley’s Ashley McKenzie (-60kg) finished in a career high of 7th on the opening day of the Judo Masters in Qingdao, China. Drawn in Pool D, McKenzie defeated David Pulkrabek (CZE) in the opening round after the Czech player amassed 3 penalty shido’s. In the second round McKenzie defeated Diyorbek Urozboev (UZB), the current Olympic […]