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Jack Hodgson

Jack is an accomplished sportsman, who represents Great Britain in Judo. He is a Commonwealth Gold Medalist and European Silver Medalist and is currently pushing for selection for Rio 2016.

Jack has competed in many countries around the World and has recently returned from the World Championships in Colorado.

Jack has previously won the title of 'Young Deaf Sportsperson of the Year' as well as the Sense 'Young Deaf-Blind Person of the Year'.

Jack had the honour of carrying the Olympic Torch in 2012.

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