Tagged as: Judo

Judo star Jonah Alfert picks up brilliant bronze at Maccabiah Games in Israel

Jonah Alfert, a member of Chalfont Judokwai and a pupil of Dr Challoner’s Grammar School in Amersham, has won Great Britain’s first ever under 21s Judo medal in the world Maccabiah games, held in Israel. Jonah is also supported by the GLL Sport Foundation in the Chiltern region. Jonah was

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Medal count in double figures for GLL Sport Foundation supported athletes at the School Games

The 2017 School Games took place at Loughborough University from 31st August-3rd September. The School Games is as close as you can get to a ‘mini Olympics’ at school age and gives young athletes a taste of what a large scale multi sport competition is like. The event seeks to

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Vincent brings home European University Championship medal

Peter Vincent, GLL Sport Foundation supported athlete representing Great Britain and Hertfordshire University won a spectacular Bronze medal at the 2017 European University Championships in Coimbra, Portugal. Competing in the Over 100Kg division Peter won his pool with ippon wins over France’s Vincent Roudrie and Turkey’s Bedrettin Camlibel to set

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Peter Vincent cemented his place as GB Heavyweight Number 1 following the British Championships

Angmering’s Peter Vincent cemented his place as GB Heavyweight Number 1 following the British Championships held at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. A silver medal earned him 150 ranking points to end the year in the top spot in the over 100Kg category. Peter led off with a

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Vincent Becomes Flemish National Champion and GB Number One In Same Weekend

A great weekend for GB judo player Peter Vincent who became Flemish National Heavyweight Judo Champion. Peter representing his club Kawaishi Ingelmunster and the Province of West Flanders took the first fight against Raf Heylen of Herenhout by ippon. He then faced Sebastiaan Geeraert of Samurai Ronse in the Quarter

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