Lake Country’s Anna Auch off to BC Games for Judo

Green belt competitor is off to Mission to compete in judo, after recently being promoted to the green belt level

Anna Auch

A Lake Country judo club member will soon be facing the stiffest competition of her young life as she heads to Mission, BC to compete in the BC Winter Games.

Anna Auch was recently promoted to the green belt level and will depart this week to compete in the games, representing zone 2.

She is the only student from the Lake Country Judo Club to qualify for the games.

Auch’s brother is also a student at the club, however was not old enough to try and qualify.

“Anna is an amazing competitor.  Our entire club is behind her and we wish her the best of luck,” said club coach Keith Griechen.

The BC Winter Games takes place from Feb. 20 to 23 in Mission.

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