1 – The number of time Russia held European Judo Championships. This was in 2012 in Chelyabinsk.
3 – The number of gold Russia won during the team championships for each gender. Three gold won by male and three gold won by the female team too.
3 – The number of World Champions will be participating at the tournament.
4 – The number of Olympic Champions will be participating at the tournament.
5 – The estimated number of nations which will participate with a full team during the upcoming weekend. This means they have entered with the maximum of 9 male and 9 female competitors.
6 – The number of TV channels whom are right holders and will be at present during the 2016 Judo Europeans. These are from the following countries: France (2 channels), Hungary, Georgia, The Netherlands and Russia.
10 – The number of significant sporting events which took place in the city of Kazan.
11 – The number of athletes who will return to defend their title.
14 – The total number of individual gold medals will be given out throughout the individual tournament.
15 – The number of countries will be transmitting the signals to view the #JudoKazan2016.
17 – The number of Olympic medallist who will be competing throughout the weekend.
17 – The age of the youngest judoka amongst the male participants this weekend.
17 – The age of the youngest judoka amongst the female participants this weekend.
20 – The estimated amount of teams to participate during the team event.
24 – The number of cameras will be used to view all the actions.
24 – The number of the basket holders whom will be assisting the athletes. All of these volunters are members of the Kazan Judo School.
38 – The age of the oldest male competitor who will be participating at the tournament.
39 – The age of the oldest female competitor who will be participating at the tournament.
46 – The number of countries to participate at the individual tournament.
48 – The number of gold medal Russia won amongst male and female athletes throughout the history of the Judo Europeans.
63 – The number of referees to take care of all the actions during the #JudoKazan2016.
100 – The number of people who were involved in the preparation process of the 2016 European Judo Championships.
148 – The total number of media accreditations has been requestied for this event amongst all the nations.
160 – The amount of Olympic qualifying points will be given to the all bronze medalists.
182 – The higher amount of gold medals won during the history of the European Judo Championships. The largest number of individual golden moments were taken by France.
240 – The amount of Olympic qualifying points will be given to the silver medallist.
285 – The stimanted number of officials to be present throughout the weekend.
300 – The price of the most expensive ticket for spectators, in rubles.
300 – The number of volunteers to take part in this event. They will be passing their support in two shifts every day.
400 – The amount of Olympic qualifying points goes to the winner.
400 – The estimated number of athletes to participate throughout the weekend during the individual tournament.
440 – The estimated number of contests will be viewed during the individual tournament.
500 – The estimated amount of kg food to be delivered in the hotels amongst all delegations.
712 – The estimated number of participant at the tournament, including athlete and coaches.
1352 – The number of lunch boxes were prepared for this event.
1951 – The year of the first ever European Judo Championships which was held in Paris, France. At this time, the tournament was only designed for male competitors.
1975 – The first time female judo athletes were able to join to participate at the European Judo Championships. This championship was held in Lyon, France.
2000 – The number of ‘echpochmak’ (a national dish in Russia) will be avaiable to enjoy for all who will be attending at the Europeans.
2005 – The year when the TatNeft Arena was open. It is the same place where the 2016 European Judo Championships will take place.
8700 – The seating capacity of the TatNeft Arena.
10000 – The amount of tickets has already been sold for the weekend.
11422 – The number of members of the Kazan Volunteers official website. A channel which brings all the volunteers together for every significant event which is taking place in Kazan.
26000 – The size of the TatNeft Arena in square meters.
70000 – The amount of liters of water has been prepared in the venue for the weekend.