The London Open 2018 was a great event with some fantastic judo on display. Split into 6 sections, the London Area Judo competitions team did another great job managing all the sections over the two days.
On day one, the Minors, Pre-cadets and Cadets took centre stage. Myeisha won a breath-taking gold medal in the u40k with some amazing throws. Dmori won silver in the o66k. Parnell had an epic day with no less than 7 (seven) contests with 5 wins but he ended the day in 5th place in the massive u38k group. Kristians picked up great experience in the u42k.
In the Pre-Cadets, Kyle won a well deserved gold in the u50k with his highly impressive judo skills. Ali won a great silver in the u38k, with battling bronzes won by Omar also in the u38k, defeating Oliver and Maddy also won a great bronze in the u57k. Sacha and Corey also just missed the medals in the u46k and u55k.
Cadets Alex and Daniel found the going a little tough, but picked up further experince in the u50k and u60k respectively.
On day two, Juniors Reuel and Tyrese picked up golds in the u66k and u73k with dominating displays. Dominique won a well deserved silver in the u78k seniors and Richard ended the weekend with a bronze in the u90k masters.