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|Bronze||1999 Bratislava||81 kg|
Randall was inducted into the Scottish Sports Hall of Fame in March 2010. He was the second male from Great Britain ever to hold a world title in judo. He was also seen in STVs' series of Coached Off The Couch.
|2002||Commonwealth Games||1st||Half middleweight (81 kg)|
|2001||World Judo Championships||5th||Half middleweight (81 kg)|
|1999||World Judo Championships||1st||Half middleweight (81 kg)|
|European Judo Championships||3rd||Half middleweight (81 kg)|
|1998||European Judo Championships||5th||Half middleweight (81 kg)|
|1997||World Judo Championships||5th||Half middleweight (78 kg)|
- "Six sporting legends honoured in Scottish Sports Hall of Fame". Scottish Sports Hall of Fame. 16 March 2010. Retrieved 17 August 2010.
- Graeme Randall at JudoInside.com
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