ENGLAND squad member Eliot Bradford came away with two gold medals from the London Open at the weekend.
The 17-year-old from Ealing claimed the cadet title for fighters aged 15 to 17, and came back 24 hours later to take the event for U21s.
Fourteen members of Ealing Judo Club took part in the competition at the University of East London’s SportsDock arena and Bradford was not the only medallist at an event which attracted 600 competitors.
Jenny Costen and Sammie Grant both won bronze medals in the senior women’s section, matched by John Hough, from West Acton, in the masters section.
In the tough pre-cadet age band, Mason Gulaidi-Barber, 14, and Hollie Walmsley, 12, clinched bronze medals, hot on the heels of the gongs they won at the National Team Championships the week before.
Cameron Harvey, 14, won a silver medal, his first British ranking result.
In the cadet groups, 17-year-old Blixa Aguerreberry claimed bronze and Dan Vary, 16, from Acton, picked up a silver medal.
Sofija Bojat, 11, came away with bronze in the minors age band for eight to 12 years while Megan Walmsley, 10, was fifth.