LIST OF REGISTERED CLUBS

COPY- Being awarded a Tasmanian Institute of Sport scholarship helped her to gain interstate experience and the national selectors noted her good performances when she was chosen to represent her country at the 1988 Oceania Judo Championships.

Angela won a silver medal in her first international competition, losing to the 1988 Olympic champion by a split referee decision.

COMPETITION RESULST

COPY- Being awarded a Tasmanian Institute of Sport scholarship helped her to gain interstate experience and the national selectors noted her good performances when she was chosen to represent her country at the 1988 Oceania Judo Championships.

Angela won a silver medal in her first international competition, losing to the 1988 Olympic champion by a split referee decision.

CURRENT GRADING POLICY

COPY- Being awarded a Tasmanian Institute of Sport scholarship helped her to gain interstate experience and the national selectors noted her good performances when she was chosen to represent her country at the 1988 Oceania Judo Championships.

Angela won a silver medal in her first international competition, losing to the 1988 Olympic champion by a split referee decision.

Angela was born on 28 August 1970. Her father John coached Angela at his judo club in Ulverstone. Angela started to win state titles as a youngster and went on to win her first national title as a 12 year old, competing in the under 16 division.

UPCOMING COURSES

COACHING – Being awarded a Tasmanian Institute of Sport scholarship helped her to gain interstate experience and the national selectors noted her good performances when she was chosen to represent her country at the 1988 Oceania Judo Championships.

Angela won a silver medal in her first international competition, losing to the 1988 Olympic champion by a split referee decision.

REFEERING – Being awarded a Tasmanian Institute of Sport scholarship helped her to gain interstate experience and the national selectors noted her good performances when she was chosen to represent her country at the 1988 Oceania Judo Championships.