Kimberley Renicks Judoka

Kimberley Renicks

Kimberley Renicks

  • Country:Great Britain
  • Born:11 February 1988 (31 years)
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Judoka Kimberley Renicks was multiple British Junior Champion and Senior Champion in 2013. In 2014 she won the Commonwealth Games U48kg, her sister Louise U52kg. She won over 15 World Cup medals with victories in Birmingham (2009) and Apia (2013). She won the British Open in 2013 and 2015.
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Stuart McWatt finally takes British title at season closer

9 Dec 2019 10:10

British fans were treated to another fantastic weekend of judo action at the 2019 Junior and Senior British Championships at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. Stuart McWatt displayed a masterclass while asserting his dominance in the -81kg category to claim his first Senior British Championship title. Read more

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2014 Winner Patrick Dawson back in Sofia

29 Jan 2016 10:10

Eleven British judoka are in action this weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria at the first European Open of the year. The 11 includes a mix of players looking to gain valuable Rio Olympic qualifications points and others aiming to gain valuable experience with Tokyo 2020 a long-term focus. Read more

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Sisters Renicks going for one Olympic qualification

24 Jul 2015 08:25

She was one of Glasgow’s golden girls at last year’s Commonwealth Games. Now Kimberley Renicks wants to be brilliant in Brazil at the 2016 Olympics. The 27-year-old from Kirkshaws is British No 1 in the -48kg category and ranked in the world’s top 40. Read more

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Ashley McKenzie wins his fifth British Open title

11 Jul 2015 18:10

At the Wembley SSE Arena, Ashley McKenzie secured his fifth European Cup victory in London. The British Open featured seven weight categories where Great Britain won six out of seven gold medals. Only Italy's Fabiola Pidroni was able to claim the gold medal for women U52kg. Read more

Result City Date
1Sheffield8 Dec
7Cluj1 Jun
1Sheffield2018
5Glasgow2018
5Tbilisi2018

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