July 25th, 2014 (ISN)
Another day of Judo saw Golds for England and Scotland with Canada achieving bronze.
Sarah Shows off her medal – Picture Courtesy of David Wardrop (ISN)
Scottish Judoka Sarah Clark adds another Gold medal to the Scottish Judo team’s haul with a win over Cameroon’s Helene Wezeu Dombeu
Holding out for the win – Picture Courtesy of Adam Wardrop (ISN)
Megan Fletcher scores an emotional gold. Dedicating the victory to her Coach who passed away earlier in the year
“Everything I do now he taught me, I’m dedicating this final to him. I’ll always be grateful to him”
Picture Courtesy of Adam Wardrop (ISN)
Beatrice Valois Fortier failed to capture a bronze against England’s Katie Yeats-Brown.
An All-England Men’s final saw teammates, Owen Livesey and Tom Reed, face off against each other for the gold, with Livesey getting the better of his fellow Englishman.
Owen Livesey and Tom Reed – Picture courtesy of Adam Wardrop (ISN)
Team Canada’s, Alex Renaud-Roy and Jonah Burt added Bronze to Team Canada’s Medal tally, while Sally Conway added a Bronze for Scotland.
Sally Conway with Bronze – Picture Courtesy of David Wardrop (ISN)
One day left of Judo competition and chances to add more medals. Team Canada has three more chances with Ana Laura Portuondo, Sophine Vaillancourt and Martin Rygielski in competiton