Today saw the second and final day of the IBSA European Judo Championships for the British team, with Sam Ingram (-90kg) and Natalie Greenhough (-70kg) in action. It was two-time European Champion, Ingram that added to Britain's medal tally with a third bronze of the competition.
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Four British judoka will be stepping onto the mat this weekend as the 2015 IBSA European Judo Championships in Odivelas, Portugal on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November.
The British Judo Visually Impaired (VI) Team are looking forward to the IBSA European Judo Championships in Odivelas, Portugal from November 25-30.
Members of the British Judo Paralympic squad have travelled to Korea for this week’s 5th IBSA World Games. The World Games are an integral part of the road to Rio 2016 for Paralympic athletes and with major qualification points to be had, the British Judo team will be looking for a successful games.
The fourth International Grand Prix INFRAERO for Blind and Visually Impaired athletes takes place this weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Approximately 180 athletes will take to the tatami at the São Judas Tadeu University including four British Judo athletes, Jono Drane (-81kg), Chris Skelley (-100kg), Natalie Greenhough (-70kg) and Jack Hodgson (+100kg).
Jonathan Drane won a bronze medal for Great Britain in the -81kg category at the International Blind Sports Association Judo World Championships in Colorado, USA, writes Aaron Fowler.
Aspiring Paralympians took another important step on their quest to represent their country at Rio 2016 this weekend as 60 Paralympic hopefuls and support staff attended the ParalympicsGB Potentials Camp at the University of Bath.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today held the first meeting of its Sport Advisory Group, which will provide strategic advice to influence and develop the BPA’s Paralympic Preparation Strategy for each Paralympic Games.