Liam Park (judo) is one of 10 Commonwealth Games debutants on Australia’s 12-strong judo team in Birmingham, when he competes in the super-heavyweight (over 100kg) division at the Games. Park enjoyed Oceania success in 2015, gaining a spot at the 2015 Junior World Championships, before going on to win an Australian senior title in 2017 and bronze at the Taipei Open later that year. He has competed on three continents, gaining minor medals at a number of international tournaments and has high hopes for Birmingham. Park, who trains out CombatAus National Performance Centre in Melbourne, loves dogs and has a part-time job as a dog walker. He is also studying for a Bachelor of Business.
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