Words by Gareth Rees and Emyr Rees The town of Llanelli is usually synonymous with its tinplate history and renowned rugby following, but it is … [Read More] about Club Feature | A Brief History of Sanshirokwai
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Winner of the the silver medal at the World Intellectual Disability Championships 2017, Kyle became the first Welsh judoka to win World and European medals when he became European Champion in 2018.
Dual Paralympian in blind football and judo, Darren won two European medals and competed at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing.
Founder of the Welsh Judo Association, Alan is a living legend within the judo community. A three time European medalist and 1964 Tokyo Olympian. He was inducted into the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame in September 2010.
Alan Petherbridge MBE
Commonwealth Games gold medalist in Glasgow 2014 and Wales first world medalist. Natalie became the first British women to be ranked world number 1 in November 2017.
Volunteers' Week is fast approaching! Taking place between the 1st - 7th June, Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration of the contribution … [Read More] about Volunteers’ Week 2020
Monday saw the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, led by the Mental Health Foundation. Running from 18 -24 May, the theme of the 2020 … [Read More] about Mental Health Awareness Week