‘Team Ithaca’ is taking part in the GB Row Challenge, the toughest rowing challenge in the world.
“The nature of golf allows people with a wide range of disabilities to participate in the game due to using their own ball, which is stationary. EDGA is delighted to partner with Abertay University to gain further insights on to the effects of golf on quality of life and life satisfaction.” Dr Tony Bennett, President of EDGA
The island of Hoy is preparing for a large influx of visitors on Saturday 29th of April as Sir Chris Hoy arrives to officially open the Scapa Flow Museum.
“The last week of March saw Orkney Judo once again hold a club grading for our members. Students show the examiners that they have understood and proficiently learned the techniques they have been taught over the last few months.”
On the 12th of March 1881 Andrew Watson made his debut as the world’s first black international footballer when he captained Scotland in the match against England.
Niall Allison of Orkney Judo was officially presented with his Volunteer of the Year Award 2022 from Paul McGuiness, Judo Scotland on Sunday 8th January at the Pickie Centre, Kirkwall.
Orkney Judo will be in the Peedie Cubby on Victoria Street from Monday 28th November to Saturday 10th December.
We are thankful to one of our readers who pointed out that Google today, 18th of October, is celebrating, the first black footballer, Andrew Watson. In 2021 John Mowat wrote this article for The Orkney News.
“Come competition day and 3 of our 6 junior judokas had not attended a competition before.”
Orkney Judo sent 5 under 14 years judoka to their first ever Judo competition.