The 2015 Clyde Rumble was held at Park Mains High School in Erskine on 29/11/2015.
The full results are here (PDF): 2015ClydeRumbleResults.
The 2015 Clyde Rumble competition was held at Park Mains High School on Sunday 29/11/2015.
The results for Clyde Judo judoka were:
Well done to all of you!
The 2015 Clyde Rumble competition will be held on Sunday 29th November 2015 at Park Mains High School.
We still need a few more volunteers to help out on the Sunday.
If you are interested in helping, Iain Wilson will hold a quick briefing at the Friday 27th November 2015 training session at Bishopton for those willing to help out.
If you can’t make the Friday session but are able to help out on the Sunday, could you let Iain know by email?
The club had 6 Judo Scotland Grand Prix winners from the 2015 season:
These are tremendous results that demonstrate a sustained level of high performance over the 2015 competitive season.
Athletes (and parents) should be very proud. Very well done!
Some more excellent results from day 2 of the Scottish National Age Bands:
Truly excellent results to add to yesterday’s results – well done to all of you!
Day 1 of the Scottish National Age Bands competition being held at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Centre on 14/11/2015 is over and the club’s results were:
Well done to all of you!
Some photographs from the 2015 British Judo Awards dinner…
Benedict Ray took Bronze in the Young Referee of the Year award:
Benedict Ray was asked to stay on the stage after the Young Referee award so that he could be presented with his 1st Dan by Dr. George Kerr CBE 10th Dan and President of the BJA and Susie:
Susie took the Bronze in the Volunteer of the Year award:
Last, but by no means least, Clyde Judo Club took the Bronze in the Club of the Year category. John Watt accepted the award on behalf of the club:
Karen Briggs (one of British Judo’s all-time greats – 4 World titles, 10 European Championship medals in the -48kg category) was presented with her 8th Dan certificate at the awards ceremony:
We gathered our prize winners together later:
Clyde Judo Club had a great night but there were dozens of volunteers winning awards in various categories and we should salute them all – the sport would not be the same without their efforts:
Well done and thanks for all of your hard work!
(Mention should also be made of the event organisers – the evening went by with remarkable smoothness.)
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The 2015 British Judo Awards dinner was held yesterday evening in Nottingham and Clyde Judo Club and judoka came away with three bronze awards:
Benedict Ray was asked to stay on the stage after the Young Referee award so that he could be presented with his 1st Dan by Dr. George Kerr CBE 10th Dan and President of the BJA and Susie. A great moment for all of us there! Very well done Benedict – you’ve made us proud.
Pictures to follow. 🙂
The Judo Scotland team came back from the 2015 Flanders Judo Cup with 13 medals.
The results for the Clyde Judo judoka were:
Great results in a tough competition!
The full results can be found here.