Commonwealth Games Glasgow - Event

Commonwealth Games Glasgow

  • Date: 24 Jul 2014 - 26 Jul 2014
  • Place: Glasgow, Scotland
  • Type: Commonwealth Games
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Colin Oates says farewell to top judo

19 Sep 2017 09:30

Double European Championships medallist Colin Oates has announced his retirement. Oates who competed at the 2012 and 2012 Olympic Games. In Rio he lost his first contest, in London he finished seventh. One of his highlight was the victory at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014. Read more

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Stephanie Inglis thinks about competitive judo again

4 Nov 2016 09:20

Likely none of us have a more startling backstory than Stephanie Inglis. Two years after she was collecting a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, this 28-year-old judoka from the Highlands knows she is simply fortunate still to be able to tell the tale. Yesterday she was happy to celebrate her birthday. Read more


British judoka Tom Reed retires after leaving Olympic dream

17 May 2016 13:10

British judo international Tom Reed will be in no rush to hurry his judo uniform to the washing machine after announcing that last weekend’s Kazakhstan Grand Prix will be his final competition. Read more

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Scottish judoka Stephanie Inglis in a coma after motor accident

13 May 2016 07:10

Scottish Commonwealth Championships winner and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Stephanie Inglis is in a coma and fighting for her life after a motorbike accident in Vietnam. Inglis suffered severe head injuries when her skirt caught in a wheel, and pulled her off the bike. Read more

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Euan Burton new high performance coach of Judo Scotland

7 Jan 2016 20:10

Former double World Championships medallist Euan Burton has been appointed as Scotland’s national high performance judo coach. Burton takes over the position from David Somerville, who led Scotland to unprecedented success at last year's Commonwealth Games and will now take on a new role as a high performance manager with Sport Scotland. Read more