JudoScotland Annual Report: 2014

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JudoScotland Annual Report: 2014

Posted: 30/09/2015

JudoScotland Annual Report: 2014

It is difficult to reflect on judo in Scotland in 2014 without the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games coming to the forefront of our thoughts. In the most simplistic terms for JudoScotland, it was three days of competition, realising 13 medals (6 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze), making judo the most successful Scottish sport at a single Commonwealth Games in history.

Izou (Legacy): 2014
However 2014 wasn’t just about the success of the Games, it also saw the successful completion of a six year strategic plan that commenced on 1 January 2009.

Over the intervening 6 year period, JudoScotland has seen some strong progressions across a number of areas. The enclosed annual report will identify and highlight specific examples of this.

Looking Forward
The new strategic plan for JudoScotland (2015 – 2020) recognises that the sport of Judo can be a life-long commitment for our members. As such our new plan is based upon 3 basic principles: to grow; to develop and; to perform.

Our Thanks

We would like to offer our sincerest thanks to our many members and volunteers that assist us throughout the year and we look forward to working with you as we progress towards the Olympic Games in Rio (2016), Tokyo (2020) and return to the Commonwealth Games in 2022, 2026 & 2030.

Click here to see the complete 2014 JudoScotland Annual Report