Judo team respresents well at meet

Judo Jottings

Submitted by Coach Jeanette Riches

Invermere Judo

Invermere Judoka’s represented well in Red Deer November 25th. Cassia Riches with gold beating out two strong Alberta competitors. Marnie Rainbow earned a silver, having some great matches with upcoming team Alberta girls. Rebecca Davis gained some great experience coming up against competitors with more experience. She fought hard and with determination. Owen Campbell gave his best having 7 competitors in his group. He showed some good judo and gained lots of experience. Casey Rainbow dominated her competition winning all her matches. Daniel Traverse won 2 and lost 1 demonstrating some great judo with an exceptional ippon!! Well done all Judokas! All the competitors are looking forward to the next competition.

Bob Gadsby will be attending the Judo BC AGM in Burnaby December 9th in conjunction with the Canada West Invitational tournament. Graham Norquay will be competing at this tournament as one of the required tournaments for the high performance Development 1 BC Team. Graham has been training hard and showing great improvements in all aspects of his judo. Wishing him best of luck!

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