2009/12/02 | 06:01 pm | in EJU
Today in the history: 3 DecemberAt the world championships in Paris of 1961 Anton Geesink (NED) won his first world title. The tall Dutchman beat Koji Sone in the final.
Julian Davis wins his first ever A-tournament in 1995. In Basel he beats Finnish Pasi Lauren in the final of the Swiss Open. Does he marry Cheryle Peel as a reward for that? Nicola Fairbrother wins the Swiss open U56kg and doesn’t compete at the British Trials.
At those British Trials of 1995 in Bangor Castle, Nick Kokotaylo wins his last of 9 national titles that he starts in 1982.
György Kosztolánczy won the Hungarian U17 title. Kosztolánczy will become National senior champion three times.