Hamish Risso in Fencer takes his first win of the season.
A local man is celebrating after becoming the first member of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment to represent the UK Armed Forces (UKAF) Judo on the British National Team Championships held in the UK.
In just thirty days Team Gibraltar will enter the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England for the Opening Ceremony of the twenty-second edition of the Commonwealth Games. The traditional curtain raiser to a Games will announce the start of nine days of competition across 27 sports when a message from Her Majesty the Queen (Head of The Commonwealth) is read. The message which has travelled around the Commonwealth on a two hundred and ninety-four-day journey and was in Gibraltar at the start of June where a spectacular Baton journey on the Rock which saw the whole community involved. General Secretary Joe Schembri said “It was important that we involved many in the Baton’s trip and I think we delivered. Being a small country, we have an advantage in being able to show the whole country in two days, no other country can say that!”
Warrant Officer Ethaniel Jeffries-Mor has won a bronze medal in a recent British Army Championship Competition held in the United Kingdom.