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Bishop's Stortford Judokwai members bring home medals from Flevoland International in the Netherlands



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Queenie Tancock fought her heart out to bag a bronze medal on her first European adventure.

The Bishop's Stortford Judokwai member headed to the Netherlands for the Flevoland International and stepped onto the podium at the end of the under-15 pre-cadet section.

In the under-18 cadets, Emma Nunn also battled her way to a bronze medal, while Sam Eaton came fifth in the under-18 cadets.

Queenie Tancock, left, and Emma Nunn with their Flevoland International medals.
Queenie Tancock, left, and Emma Nunn with their Flevoland International medals.

The club, who train at Birchwood High School, also brought home medals from the Kent International.

The event, in Gillingham, was celebrating its 25th anniversary and Stortford also had lots of reasons to smile as they scooped 11 medals in total.

Imogen Ranner landed two golds in the youth and senior sections, with Hannah King, Iosin Huseinov and Mahdi Huseinov also notching the top prize in their events.

Imogen Ranner, top, gets to grips with an opponent during the Kent International.
Imogen Ranner, top, gets to grips with an opponent during the Kent International.

Silvers went to Eliza Sedgbeer and Alfie Mitchell, with two bronzes for Eaton being added to by Tancock and Nunn.

Visit www.bishopsstortfordjudo.com to find out more about the club and its beginner classes. Call Nicole on 07814 556591 if you can help with sponsorship.



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