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British Army Olympic judoka on his finest sporting moments: Trooper Emmanuel Nartey, 29, who is representing Gha...

My second World Cup medal was winning bronze in Venezuela. To win a gold in 2009 and then to slip to bronze was quite disappointing. It showed me that I needed to work really hard, but at the same time I realised that I had the motivation and desire to carry on. I train hard at Bath University every single day; six hours on Monday, four hours on Tuesday/Wednesday, six hours on Thursday, four hours on Friday and two hours on Saturday/Sunday. Before a major championship my coaches help motivate me, and I meditate about winning to get in the right frame of mind before stepping on the mat. There is always mutual respect between competitors, but ultimately the best fighter wins. World Cup Silver, 2011 The Judo World Cup takes place every year on the circuit, as do the Grand Prix, the Grand Slam and the Senior World Championships; the latter is the best, and where I've reached t...

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