Euan Burton says competing at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 would be the ideal end to his career.
Euan Burton wins gold in the -100kg category as two other Britons win bronze at the European Open in Glasgow.
Great Britain's Colin Oates wins gold in the -66kg category on the first day of the European Open in Glasgow.
Some people who applied for tickets for the 2014 Commonwealth Games have still not found out whether they have been successful.
Organisers of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow defend the ticket allocation process after thousands of people lose out.
Hundreds of thousands of people are finding out if their application for tickets to events at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has been successful.
A recruitment drive is being launched to fill 800 full-time posts for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
More than 2.3 million requests have been made for up to one million Commonwealth Games tickets, organisers say.
Judo player Colin Oates believes Britain's poor performance at the World Championships in Rio is not a concern.
Tickets for some events at next year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will be allocated by ballot, with applications running into the hundreds of thousands.
British diver Tom Daley is the latest sports personality to be unveiled as an ambassador for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Britain's Olympic silver medallist Gemma Gibbons is knocked out in the second round at the Judo World Championships in Brazil.
Organisers of next year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow say ticket applications for some events have already outstripped supply.
London silver medallist Gemma Gibbons is one of four members of the GB 2012 Olympic team competing at the World Championships in Rio.
Commonwealth Games organisers are asked to produce plans for the city's business involvement with "real urgency".
Glasgow's Commonwealth Games organisers say they are "delighted by the enthusiastic response" to the first day of ticket sales for next year's games.
Olympic bronze medallist Karina Bryant retires from professional judo, one year after her London 2012 success.
British Olympian Colin Oates says his first Grand Slam medal will boost his seeding chances for this year's world championships.
Britain's Colin Oates wins silver at judo's Moscow Grand Slam, while GB team-mates Sarah Adlington and Gemma Gibbons win bronze.
Britain's top under 66kg judo player Colin Oates says he feels he will be better prepared for Rio than he was for London.
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