Raymond Stevens (judoka)
|Born||26 July 1963|
Raymond ("Ray") Stevens (born 26 July 1963 in Camberley, Surrey, England) is a judoka from the United Kingdom. He competed in two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1992, when he won the silver medal in the men's half heavyweight division (– 95 kg). In the final he was defeated by Hungary's Antal Kovács.
Opened his own purpose built Dojo in Sept 2017 in S.London
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