Abbi Blackie

  Abbi Blackie competed in the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht, Netherlands #EYOF2013  

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Ashley McKenzie

Ashley McKenzie’s mum introduced her son to judo after he had an altercation with someone over Pokémon cards aged 11. He won the first World Cup title of his career in Warsaw in February 2011 and added a second later that year in October in Liverpool.

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Christopher Sherrington

Christopher Sherrington is a Royal Marine and started participating in judo because they encourage competitive sport for extra physical training and team building. He claimed the best result of his career after winning gold at the Samoa World Cup in April ...

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Colin Oates

Colin Oates has been coached by his father, Howard, since he was 12 having followed his brother into the sport aged five. Winning European bronze in 2011 is one of his most memorable achievements, while he doesn’t have any sporting heroes as he belie...

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Craig Fallon

Craig Fallon competed at his second Olympic Games at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. In Beijing he competed XL Extra Lightweight catagory. His victory at 2006 European Championships made him GBR’s first male European Champions for ten years and the firs...

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Daniel Williams

Daniel Williams made his debut at the European Championships in 2010, finishing seventh, and joins Camberley club-mate Karina Bryant on the British team for London 2012. Williams began judo aged four, thanks to his mother, and is a Shrewsbury Town FC fan.

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Enrico Atkinson

  Enrico Atkinson competed in the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht, Netherlands #EYOF2013  

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Euan Burton

Euan Burton took up judo to help him overcome his shyness. He is the most successful male member of the British team and states winning his first World Championship medal in Rio in 2007 as one of his memorable achievements.

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Gemma Gibbons

  Gemma Gibbons doesn’t look at the draw for her -78kg weight at competitions until the morning she fights, usually after the weigh-in and breakfast. Introduced to judo aged six, Gibbons is studying for a Masters in exercise science and health ...

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Gemma Howell

Gemma Howell has two sporting heroes – Kate Howey, who won Britain’s last Olympic judo medal with silver at Sydney 2000, and Dame Kelly Holmes. She has had multiple injuries throughout her career and has snapped the anterior cruciate ligament i...

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