Army competitors have returned to the judo mat for the Army Championships in Aldershot.
It was the first Army championships since 2019, before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among those returning to action was former Great Britain international Captain Alex Paske.
He missed out on a spot at the Tokyo Olympics and retired from international contests.
He's now focusing on the Army competition and is hoping other sports such as boxing and Brazilian Jui-Jitsu (BJJ) will feature an overlap of participation with judo.
He said: "I'm a big fan of cross-training.
"I've been doing BJJ more recently and it's a new world. I see it very much as a mutual relationship and that it shouldn't be exclusive to one or the other.
"I think BJJ, any of the martial arts and boxing as well – it teaches you that robust mindset that you need to be a soldier."