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National recognition for Fort William judo coach

CLOCKING up more than 650 miles in her car every week to coach judo, Rebecca Maclean’s commitment to the sport has earned her a nomination for a national award.

The 26-year-old from Fort William travels to Glasgow three days a week to coach in Springburn, Whiteinch and the east end of the city as part of the Judo Girls Rock programme and says it is her love of the sport that makes her arduous commutes worthwhile.

Her incredible dedication to the sport and the girls she coaches means she has been named as a finalist in the Young Coach of the Year category at the sportscotland Year of Young People Awards 2018.

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