2009/12/02 | 10:13 am | in EJU
Today in the history: 2 DecemberThe first European Championships are held today in 1934 in Dresden (GER). All podium places are completely German but one, under 63 kg Alois Cigner from Czechoslovakia wins bronze.
At the British Trials of 2001, Graeme Randall is still champion U81. Peter Cousins beats Winston Gordon U90. Fiona Robertson beats Donna this time. Sophie Cox beats Cheryle Peel U57 kg.
In 1999 world champion Graeme Randall wins bronze at the Olympic test event in Sydney but at the real Games, Randall is beaten at an early stage.
At the British Trials of 1984, classical names are the proud winners: John Swatman, Stephen Gawthorpe, Kerrith Brown, Neil Adams, Wyndham Williams, Nick Kokotaylo and Paul Radburn.
At the Hungarian U17 championships of 1995, Miklos Ungvári wins the title U45 kilogram. Ungvári will become European senior champion in 2002 and 2009. (see picture)