The Fighting Chance Project is a not for profit company that engages young people into the sport of judo by setting them our Yellow Belt Challenge. 438 more words
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England’s Laura Trott won gold in the women’s points race, with Wales’ Elinor Barker taking silver and Scotland’s Katie Archibald claiming bronze.
Trott and Barker were tied on 37 points but double Olympic champion Trott was awarded the gold as she placed higher than Barker in the final sprint. 729 more words
I spent the last two Saturdays as a volunteer with the Cornhusker State Games. Last week I was in charge of the scoring tables at the Karate tournament, and yesterday I helped time the matches for Judo. 494 more words
Natalie Powell won Wales’ second gold of the Games in the women’s judo
Elsewhere Georgia Davies came close to adding a third gold but had to settle for silver behind Australia’s Emily Seebohm in the 100m backstroke final, in a tight finish. 11 more words
Daniel Wallace lived up to his (for Scots) historic surname in the 400m individual swimming medley, now I never thought I would see the day when I would care about swimming either, like most West of Scotland males, sport tends to involve a ball and a pitch not goggles and a pool. 591 more words
Australia stole the lead in the Commonwealth Games medal table at the end of day three in Glasgow.
The Australians claimed gold in the velodrome, the pool and on the shooting range to overtake England, with hosts Scotland lying third. 619 more words