At the European Cup for Cadets in Bielsko-Biala the French team delivered the best young judoka. The French female talents were able to claim 50% of all gold medals, four in total of the eight categories. Russia, Japan and Azerbaijan all won... weiterlesen
The Ukraine has had a very successful European Cup for Juniors in Kiev. The home nation claimed the victory in six categories. In total the team of Ukraine won 20 medals.
Russia’s juniors were also strong this weekend in Kiev and... weiterlesen
Titled Russian brothers Khasan Khalmurzaev (-81kg) - World Cadet Champion and European Junior Champion and Khusen Khalmurzaev (-90kg) - two-time European Junior Champion, took their first gold medals at Senior level.... weiterlesen
Every year the city of Orenburg welcomes judokas from all over the world. Orenburg is located on the spot where Europe meets Asia. In this tournament traditionally Russia's nearest Asian neighbours like Kazakhstan,... weiterlesen
A record number of participants at the 2013 European Kata Championships in Cottonera, Malta. This weekend the city of Cottonera hosts the European Kata Championships 2013, the participation is, with a record-breaking total number of 112 pairs... weiterlesen
On Monday the OTC “Going for Gold” in Antalya has started. In total 270 athletes from 25 nations are going to participate in Turkey as well as almost 50 international coaches.
Last year the OTC in Antalya made its debut in a... weiterlesen
The Netherlands had a strong final day but France held on to top the London British Open medal table overall, whilst Sarah Adlington won silver on her return for Great Britain at K2, Crawley.
The second day of the European Judo Union... weiterlesen
France has won the European Cup for Juniors in Lyon by taking five gold medals after two days of fighting. The French also claimed four silver medals and 14 bronze medals, so 23 in total. The French were followed by the team of Russian with... weiterlesen