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Britain wins medal at the London British Open Judo European Cup
Britain hit the medal trail on day two of the London British Open European Cup as they won four of the seven gold medals available to match their success from the opening day.
In the -48kg category Kelly Edwards was a tenacious force in the lightest field as she won all four contests to claim gold as Belgium's Amelie Rosseneu was dispatched in the final. Brit Kimberley Renicks and Laborie Amandine of France claimed the bronze medals.
After stepping off the rostrum, an emotional Kelly said: “It was a long but amazing day, I’m absolutely delighted and the crowd spurred me on.”
In the -52kg category Sophie Cox bested compatriot Louise Renicks in the final in her fourth contest of the day as Miranda Wolfslag of the Netherlands and Elodie Grou of France scooped the bronze medals.
The Netherlands claimed the -57kg title as Sanne Verhagen won five contests with Helene Receveaux of France and Poland’s Agata Perenc joined silver medallist Cindy Huber of France on the medal rostrum.
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