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Hajime Judo : CAMPEONATO DE EUROPA SUB-21 - MALAGA 2016. 17 y 18 de septiembre.





Source: Hajime Judo : CAMPEONATO DE EUROPA SUB-21 - MALAGA 2016. 17 y 18 de septiembre. | 15 Sep 2016 | 12:35 pm

Hajime Judo : JUEGOS OLIMPICOS - RIO 20016




FRAN GARRIGOS -60Kg
WRL #32 (604 ptos en 27 salidas)
Madrileño - 21 años
MEJORES RESULTADOS DEL ÚLTIMO AÑO:
3º IJF Grand Prix de Zagreb 2015

JULIA FIGUEROA -48Kg
WRL #5 (2072 ptos en 25 salidas)
Cordobesa - 25 años
MEJORES RESULTADOS ULTIMO AÑO:
1ª IJF Grand Slam de Baku 2016
1ª IJF Grand Slam de Tyumen 2015
3ª IJF Grand Slam de Paris 2015
3ª IJF Masters de Guadalajara 2016

LAURA GOMEZ -52Kg
WRL #20 (846 ptos en 36 salidas)
Valenciana - 32 años
MEJORES RESULTADOS ULTIMO AÑO:
2ª IJF Grand Prix de Samsun 2016
3ª IJF Grand Prix de Budapest 2015
2ª Open de Buenos Aires 2016
2ª Open de Lima 2016


MARIA BERNABEU -70Kg
WRL #7 (1700 ptos en 24 salidas)
Salmantina - 28 años
MEJORES RESULTADOS DEL ÚLTIMO AÑO:
2ª Campeonato del mundo 2015
1ª IJF Grand Slam de Baku 2016
1ª IJF Grand Prix de Budapest 2015

SUGOI URIARTE -66Kg
WRL #16 (930 ptos en 27 salidas)
Vitoriano - 32 años
MEJORES RESULTADOS DEL ÚLTIMO AÑO:
3º IJF Grand Slam de Baku 2016
1º Open de Buenos Aires 2016
1º Open de Lima 2016

JUEGOS OLIMPICOS - RIO 2016.
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RESULTADOS MASCULINOS
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RESULTADOS FEMENINOS
-48 kg
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-52 kg
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-70 kg
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Source: Hajime Judo : JUEGOS OLIMPICOS - RIO 20016 | 6 Aug 2016 | 4:23 am

Official EJU Newsfeed : GOLDEN TEST FOR PUPP


The first day of the 2016 Junior European Judo Cup in Prague has come to an end. As per now, it is Turkey in the driving seat of the overall medal table with the total number of 7 medal collected today, which of two happened to be gold. Hungary closely follows in the golden column with also two gold medals won today. 


Despite injuries, PUPP Reka showed a great performance and won all of her four contests. 2015 Junior European Champion, Pupp, is weeks away to defend her title in Malaga, where the Junior Europeans will be held this year. The young Hungarian is one of the biggest upcoming talent and she has proved that again in Prague.


“I fought at Grand Prix Budapest five weeks ago and injured my shoulder in the bronze medal fight. Since Budapest I have not participated in any tournament but because the championships in Malaga will be held in less than two months from now I have decided to compete in Prague.” Pupp said.


“The injury of Reka was not that serious but it limited her during judo trainings”, said Braun Akos, 2005 World Champion, Pupp’s coach. Braun has been working with Reka since 2011. “She restarted the regular judo training about 2 weeks ago, therefore, Prague was very important for her to test her form”.


“Because of the training pause I felt a bit unsettled during my first fight. My opponent threw me for waza-ari and I really had to work very hard to win that fight”, said Pupp whilst referring to Melisa Cakmakli (TUR). Reka eventually managed to get into the final where she faced Gulkader SENTURK (TUR). 


“I did not fight well at the beginning and I was penalized twice. But then I recovered and started to attack more often. I equaled the score in the last minute and nearly threw Senturk in the closing seconds. I felt confident when we began to start the golden score and eventually threw Senturk with an uchi-mata. I am very happy to win this tournament. I am also happy to feel that I have recovered from my injury. I am now confident to defend my Junior European title in Malaga”.


The -48kg final was perhaps the most dramatic fight of the day. “It is good to see a fight like the -48kg final to be decided by a throw”, mentioned Franc Ocko, EJU referee commissioner. “That particular fight was not easy for the referee on the mat but it was thrilling for the spectators. I enjoy seeing good judo here in Prague”, Mr. Ocko concluded.


 

Source: Official EJU Newsfeed : GOLDEN TEST FOR PUPP | 23 Jul 2016 | 8:17 am

Judo-the-Blog : Judo 2016 Prague European Cup Juniors: All Tatami live
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Source: Judo-the-Blog : Judo 2016 Prague European Cup Juniors: All Tatami live | 22 Jul 2016 | 9:42 pm

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Source: Cuaderno de Bitácora del Club Forum : Hito almeriense | 22 Jul 2016 | 12:00 pm