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Return to full contact judo 19th July 2021

Due to the relaxing of most Covid rules we are pleased to announce we can make a return to full contact judo including seniors.

Restricted numbers no longer apply and we can resume sessions as follows:

 

Thursdays

Group A: 6.30pm to 7:30

Group B: 7.30pm tp 9:30

 

Saturdays

 Group A:  9.30am to 10:30am

Group B:  10.30am to 11:30am

Group C:  11.30am  to 1:30pm

All those previously doing multiple sessions per day (at the discretion of the coach) can also resume at no additional cost..

Please bring your own water as we no longer supply refreshments on site.

There are no longer any restrictions on spectators but please respect other peoples decisions on face mask and distancing etc.

Parents/Guardians dropping off children must continue to ensure the change of responsibility prior to leaving the site.


Best Regards    

Stroud Judo Club


Corono Virus.

Further to Government advice against unnecessary social contact and sports governing bodies cancellation of grassroots training for two weeks, Marling School has taken the decision to cancel lettings of the sports hall as of Tuesday 17/03/2020 until after the Easter break. 

 

Further communication will be sent out as information becomes available.

 

Thank you for understanding at this time.


Midland Area Age Bands
Ben Latchford had a really good day at Walsall winning all his bouts on his way to a first place Gold medal.
Scottish Open Championships 2020
Competing in the u100 category Dan looked in good form winning a third place bronze despite a lack of preperation due to recent illness and a minor injury.

British Closed 2019
Making a return to competitive judo, Dan Fox looked strong in the junior U100kg category. Given his lack of training
due to illness, he done well, winning a third place bronze but unfortunately had to withdraw from the senior
category due to a calf injury. 
 
British School's Championships 2019
Hamish Rankin
Ten Year old Hamish Rankin, competed at the recently held British Schools Championships.
The event took place at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield and was attended by some 750 competitors
from around the UK.
Hamish fought in a strongly contested under 34 kilo category beating all his opponents with some very skilful
techniques and winning a first place gold medal. This is the best result to date for Hamish and makes him
the youngest Stroud Judo member to medal at this event.
Danish Open 2019
Dan Fox 
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Dan Fox marked his first GB International event by winning bronze at the Matsumae Cup in Denmark. Initially Dan took part in the Senior 90kg category where he won three of his five bouts with the maximum score of ippon to earn a seventh place. On the second day competing in the under 21 age category Dan won five bouts all by the maximum score. After loosing to a very strong Swedish player in the fourth round Dan returned in the repechage and following a very exciting contest once again threw his opponent for ippon, winning a third place bronze.  
Portugal European Cup 2019 
Harry Lovell-Hewitt
 U90 kgs Silver.

Harry
Scottish Open 2019 
Dan Fox U90kg Junior Bronze
Helena Fuller-Harvey o66kg Cadet Bronze
 
Heart of England Championships 2018.
Dan Fox                              
 U90 kgs Junior catagory  Gold.
 U90 kgs Senior Bronze.
Helena Fuller-Harvey          
Cadet-Bronze.
West of England Schools Qualifers.
Dan Fox                              
U90 kgs Senior catagory Gold.
Helena Fuller-Harvey          
Pre-Cadet-Gold.
Oliver Ridout          
Pre-Cadet-Silver.
Hamish Rankin          
Cadet-Bronze.
Harry Lovell-Hewitt
Stroud Judo Club's Harry Lovell-Hewit has been selected for the 2018 Junior U21 European 
Championships in Sofia,Bulgaria from September 13-16.
Harry will be making his debut in the competition and is part of a nine-strong team selected by British Judo
in the under 21s section.
The -90kg judoka moved upto his current weight category in 2017 where he went on to win 
the junior British Championships.
In 2018 Harry has continued his progress with gold medals at the Lignano Junior European Cup and Danish Open
as well as silver at the Cumbra and Kaunas Junior European Cups.
His performances has seen him move into the top ten at his weight in the IJF Junior World rankings.  
Helena Fuller-Harvey    
Won Bronze Medal at the Sportif International.
Dan Fox                              
Won the Gold Medal at the British Schools Championship in the U81 kgs catagory. Dan has medalled consecutively at this
event for the last three years.
Oliver Ridout         
Won Bronze Medal at the British Schools Championship in the U/46 kgs category. Oliver suffered a broken toe in his
first contest but battled on for a further four rounds.
To date Oliver is Stroud's youngest jugoka to medal at this event. 
Dan Fox 
Club member Dan Fox attended a grading at Cardiff in an attempt to gain points towards his Black Belt.
Ten points are awarded for wins by ippon and accumulated up to the required one hundred.
Having won his first three bouts Dan was given a line up of three opponents all to be fought consecutively.
The first opponent was beaten with Osoto Gari, the second with Juji-Gatami and the third with a
Ura-nage  ogoshi combination.
All six wins were won by the maximum ippon score meaning that Dan was awarded his black belt on the day,
this was a well deserved achievement. 
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Coaching Qualifications

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Stroud Judo are pleased to announce that Harry Lovell-Hewit and Dan Fox, have taken the first step on the coaching ladder,

passing the Level One coaching course.

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Gloucestershire Under 16 Open Championship

 

19th November 2016

A team of fourteen members from Stroud Judo Club competing at the recent Gloucester Open came away with eight medals. 

The event was non grade banded and a step up for most players all of which performed well against some strong opposition.

Silver medals went to Roberta Turton, Dorian Dyka, Dacian Dyka and Oliver Ridout with Bronze medals to

Harvey White,Jack Brooks, Jordan Littleton and Riley Littleton.

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Connor Elliot  
Connor Elliott has been awarded a 1st Dan Black Belt.
At a recent grading event Connor beat three opponents by the maximum score entitling him to take part in a line up.
This involves competing against three equally graded opponents in consecutive bouts, Connor managed to complete
the line winning all three once again by maximum points and securing his black belt on the day.




1-CONNOR

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British Judo Championships


Three members of our club travelled to Sheffield in December 2015 to compete at the British Judo Championships.

Harry Lovell-Hewitt who won the under 18 years category at 81 kilos last year had to move up to the under

21 year category and came away with a second place silver.

Brother Jacob Lovell-Hewitt looked strong all day and had an impressive win against a strong opponent

to secure a third place bronze at under 73 kilos.

Connor Elliott competing for the first time at under 81 kilos was also on form beating some strong players 

on his way through to a well earned fifth place. All three players are now firmly established in the GB ranking lists.


BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS


                   Connor Elliot               Harry Lovell-Hewit             Jacob Lovell-Hewitt

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 Harry Lovell-Hewitt 

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Having achieved the number one place on the Cadet ranking list earlier in the year,
Harry Lovell-Hewitt was selected by Great Britain to compete in the under 81 kilo category
at the European Youth Olympics held in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Stroud Coach Richard said Harry fought really well  and was unlucky to pick up a minor penalty early in his fourth fight.
Despite a tremendous amount of pressure he put on his opponent he was unable to convert his efforts to a score.
This meant Harry was denied a chance to fight for a bronze medal and had to settle for a well earned 7th place.
A great achievement for his first event at this level.
All four of Harry's fights can be seen on youtube by entering: EYOF Tbilisi 2015 Day 4      
Times into the stream are approx.: 
9m 30s                                             
35m 40s
2h 40m 
5h 18m
There are also other competitors worth watching if you are so inclined.  





Last Updated on Monday, 19 July 2021 15:13