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What happened to the entry list at judobase.org and ijf? Not there anymore? 

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3 minutes ago, prso1000 said:

 

that's a terrible news for Iran, now they can't look at the list and see where is Israel to "not participate" that was their policy since Paris Grand Slam. :facepalm: (for example Iran only sent one competitor to Croatia last week because Israel had nobody in that specific weight) so I guess from now we will only see Iranian judokas at the World Championships :wacko:

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8 minutes ago, MHSN said:

 

that's a terrible news for Iran, now they can't look at the list and see where is Israel to "not participate" that was their policy since Paris Grand Slam. :facepalm: (for example Iran only sent one competitor to Croatia last week because Israel had nobody in that specific weight) so I guess from now we will only see Iranian judokas at the World Championships :wacko:

Now i understand why they hide the entry lists 

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Grand Prix (Tashkent, UZB)

 

Event Recap

 

After a short pause following the World Championships, the IJF World Tour is back with a Grand Prix Tournament in Uzbekistan...

 

and this time it was :RUS Russia to dominate the field, thanks to 5 Gold Medals (2 among the women, 3 among the men) out of the usual 14 weight classes...

 

:AUT Austria (2 Gold medals among the women) and the local Team from :UZB Uzbekistan (2 Gold medals among the men) followed the Russians in the final medal table...

 

the tournament was successful also for :KOR South Korea, :HUN Hungary, :GRE Greece (women) and :SWE Sweden, :GEO Georgia (men)...

 

:JPN Japan did participate with only 3 men (2 Silver and 1 Bronze medal) and no women...

 

 

here are the Champions of the 2019 Uzbekistan Grand Prix:

 

women's Champions


-48kg: :RUS Sabina Giliazova
-52kg: :KOR Jeong Bo Kyeong
-57kg: :HUN Hedvig Karakas
-63kg: :AUT Kathrin Unterwurzacher
-70kg: :GRE Elisavet Teltsidou
-78kg: :AUT Bernadette Graf
+78kg: :RUS Kseniia Chibisova

 

men's Champions


-60kg: :RUS Yago Abuladze
-66kg: :RUS Yakub Shamilov
-73kg: :UZB Khikmatillokh Turaev
-81kg: :UZB Sharofiddin Boltaboev
-90kg: :SWE Marcus Nyman
-100kg: :RUS Kazbek Zankishev
+100kg: :GEO Guram Tushishvili

 

 

and here are the Full Results of the tournament:

http://www.ippon.org/gp_uzb2019.php

Edited by phelps

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Grand Slam (Brasilia, BRA)

 

Day #1 Recap

 

Nice setup for the last minute Grand Slam tournament in Brasilia...

 

and nice clean sweep for the :BRAHome Nation among the men in the first day of action, thanks to Allan Kuwabara (-60kg) and Daniel Cargnin (-66kg)...

 

meanwhile in the girls' classes, :BRA Brazil "only" got 3 Silver (and 2 Bronze) Medals in yesterday's 3 events...

 

the Gold Medals, instead, went to :POR Portugal (Catarina Costa, -48kg), :ITA Italy (Odette Giuffrida, -52kg) and :GBR Great Britain (Nekoda Smythe-Davis, -57kg)

 

Full Results, here:

http://www.ippon.org/gs_bra2019.php

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Teddy Riner won by a waza the quarterfinals against :RUS Tasoev. Riner is currently at 150 match won in a raw :cheer:

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Grand Slam (Brasilia, BRA)

 

Day #2 Recap

 

4 weight classes contested in day #2 of the Brasilia Grand Slam tournament...and 4 different Nations on top of them...

 

:BRA Brazil still managed to win 1 more Gold Medal (Ketleyn Quadros, women's -63kg) and obviously still lead the Medal Table after 9 of the 14 events with 3 Gold Medals...

 

Yesterday's remaining Gold Medals, instead, went to :COL Colombia (Yuri Alvear, women's -70kg), :RUS Russia (Musa Mogushkov, men's -73kg) and :JPN Japan (Takanori Nagase, men's -81kg)

 

Full Results, here:

http://www.ippon.org/gs_bra2019.php

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1 hour ago, Gianlu33 said:

Teddy Riner won by a waza the quarterfinals against :RUS Tasoev. Riner is currently at 150 match won in a raw :cheer:

 

and now it's 151, since he won his semifinal match against the recently crowned World Champion, :CZE Lukas Krpalek...:yikes:

 

in the Gold Medal match he's going to face local hero :BRA David Moura, who beat :BRA Rafael Silva in an all-Brazilian affair in the other semifinal match...

 

p.s. for those who are interested, as usual, the entire tournament is available on Youtube...

 

here are tonight's finals (just started as I write this post)...

 

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Grand Slam (Brasilia, BRA)

 

Day #3 Recap

 

:FRA Teddy Riner's comeback was the absolute highlight of the 3rd and final day of the Brasilia Grand Slam tournament...

and he put on quite a show, destroying all of his opponents, starting with a Japanese guy (OK, not their best representative, but still...), following with a very tough Russian as Inal Tasoev and in the semifinal the newly crowned World Champion, Lukas Krpalek...

then, in the final he had to face :BRA local hero David Moura...and it only took 20 seconds to the great Teddy to send the Brazilian with his back to the mat for an astonishing ippon...:yikes:

he came back in Montreal in July and dominated the field (as usual)...then this week he destroyed the man who now walks around with the world champion's crown (and anybody else who was on his route to success)...:evil:

tbh, I'm starting thinking what the hell the French Federation was doing when they decided to leave him out of their World Championship's team? I don't think it was really a question of injuries and/or poor training as they said...there must be a lot more behind that very strange decision...:mumble:

 

by the way, :BRA Brazil won 1 more Gold Medal also on the last day of the tournament thanks to Beatriz Sousa (women's +78kg), which elevated their total to 4 Gold Medals, number that obviously gave them the top of the Medal Table at the end of the Tournament...

 

Yesterday's remaining Gold Medals, instead, went to :CUB Cuba (Kaliema Antomarchi, women's -78kg), :ESP Spain (Nikoloz Sherazadishvili, men's -90kg) and :JPN Japan (Kentaro Iida, men's -100kg), which means that in the Final Medal Table, following the dominating :BRA Home Nation, we have :JPN Japan with 2 Gold Medals and a bunch of Nations (8) with 1 Gold Medal each (:COL Colombia, :CUB Cuba, :FRA France, :GBR Great Britain, :ITA Italy, :POR Portugal, :RUS Russia and :ESP Spain)...

 

Full Results, here:

http://www.ippon.org/gs_bra2019.php

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