Worcester Judo Club

2 Westbury Street, Worcester, WR1 1AA


Warwick University Invitational 2024

Fantastic team spirit was evident at today’s Judo competition in Warwick. While the results may not have met the students’ expectations, it’s important to note that many of these players are new to competitions or have transitioned into different weight categories and higher levels of competition. Despite the outcomes, everyone had a great day, and the support and encouragement from their teammates, who were present to cheer them on, created a genuine sense of a Judo family.


Owen Langstone: Secured victories in two matches but faced two defeats, ultimately not securing a placement. A promising start to his judo competition journey in his debut event.

Bailey Wilson: Achieved success in two matches but experienced two losses, leading to a non-placement. Despite this, he gained valuable experience in senior competition.

Kerry Maginess-Roberts: Faced formidable opponents and did not secure a placement in the competition.

Molly Wilson: Encountered tough competition and, similarly, did not secure a placement in the event.


Judo Update Highlights: Weekend Competitions                27Th – 28th January 2024

It’s been a weekend full of accomplishments for the Worcester judo team, with several athletes showcasing their skills and earning medals. Congratulations to all participants on their dedication and achievements!

Midlands School Event:

Sara Korbas: Displayed exceptional skills and secured a well-deserved bronze medal.

Evie Powell: Demonstrated prowess on the mat, earning a bronze medal.

Gabriela Slavcheva: Impressive performance, clinching a silver medal.

Bailey Wilson: Despite finishing 5th, showcased determination in a competitive field.

Luke Davies: Placed 5th as well, showing resilience in challenging matches.

Molly Wilson: Faced tough competition and remained unplaced.

Lauren Davies: Unfortunately, no competitors in her category, but she continues to train for future challenges.


Midland Open:

Gabriela Slavcheva: Maintained her consistency, securing another silver medal.

Bailey Wilson: Stood out with an outstanding performance, claiming a gold medal.

Evie Powell: Continued her winning streak with another gold medal.

Nottingham Judo Event:

Alessia Ioana Colacel: Showed her skill with a commendable performance, earning a silver medal.


Sidney Richmond: Impressed everyone, winning gold in the Under 8 category.