Following a challenging couple of years for Judo, we are delighted that 35 Scottish coaches have taken the next step on their coaching journey in 2021. Coach education is vital for the growth of Judo in Scotland and we are pleased that 26 Judoka from 14 clubs took the first step on their coaching pathway by completing their Level 1 Coaching in judo Qualification with a further nine Judoka completing their Level 2 qualification.
Congratulations to the following Judoka:

Level 2 in Coaching Judo

Niall Allison – Orkney Judo Club
Kirsty Lyon – Osaka Kwai Judo Club
Jason Davis – Edinburgh Judo Club
Jack Ferry – Edinburgh Judo Club
Marcus Littlejohn – Bellahouston Judo Club
Keith Flynn – Elgin Judo Club
Christopher Murphy – Shettleston Judo Club
Bill McNeil – Dynamic
Mark Woodall – NIJF

Level 1 in Coaching Judo

Josie Steele – Tanoshi
Ross Stevenson – Dumfries
Jasmine Willingale – Dumfries
Steven Allan – Dumfries
Reanne Wylie – Orkney
Sophie McNeill – Titan
Michael Duff – Cluarankwai
Juan Diego Ipence – Cluarankwai
Lewis Conway – Pro Judo
Rebecca Lamb – Clyde
Rebecca Bradley – Clyde
James Kelly – Glasgow University
Charlie McLean – Irvine
Ross Carswell – Irvine
Cameron MacLennan – Sportif
Samuel Walker – Sportif
Daisy Gilroy – Sportif
Paige McLennan – Sportif
Lloyd Cameron – Ultimate
Christopher Lambert – Jidel Judo 93
Sibghah Hussain – Jidel Judo 93
Allan King – Carnegie
Andrew Swinburne – Carnegie
Daniel Givan – Destination
Euan Hepburn – Destination
Kerr Wilson – Destination

If you are interested in becoming a coach or progressing on your coaching journey, visit our events page to find a course suitable for you.