The Kent Trust for Youth Sport finally managed to pin Molly to the mat for two minutes to catch up with her after a busy couple of months. Here’s what she had to say for herself:
“I have recently been to the Flanders Judo Cup and training camp in Belgium, in which I won a Gold medal in the Cadet section and a Gold medal in the Junior section.
The training camp was from Monday to Wednesday and involved over 150 judoka’s from 10 different nations, including the national Belgium team. We completed two training sessions a day each lasting two hours.
The following weekend I travelled to Wales for the Welsh Open National Ranking Event and competed in both the Cadet and Junior sections. I was successful with a Gold in Cadet and a Silver in Junior.
I went to another ranking event at K2 Crawley on the 15th November and was successful in winning a Gold medal in the Cadet section.
On Sunday 23rd November, I had an all-day England squad training in Walsall at the Centre of Excellence. The sessions included technical training, randori and mat conditioning.”
Read Molly Harvey’s biography here.
Molly is supported by the Kent Trust for Youth Sport through a ‘Cornwallis Sporting Excellence for Individuals – Questor Award’ in association with Questor Insurance.
Over the last twenty years, £210,000 has been awarded to individuals and organisations across Kent.
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