Timothy Davies (judoka)

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Timothy Davies (born 26 August 1980) is a British (Welsh) judoka.

Davies won the bronze medal in the -66 kg category at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester. [1]

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  1. Timothy Davies (Wales), m2002.thecgf.com