Yesterday, at the Ministry of Culture, Youth, and Sports, Kosovo Judo had the privilege of signing the agreement, marking a monumental milestone for the country. The support and guidance of President László TOTH, Vice President Hrvoje LINDI, and the entire European Judo Union have been invaluable in bringing this vision to life.
The federation extended their deepest appreciation for the unwavering support, which has enabled them to showcase the exceptional talent of their judoka on an international stage. The championships will not only promote judo in Kosovo but also foster stronger connections within the global judo community.
The decision was granted in Dubrovnik, that the European Championship Open would be held in Pristina, with the -57kg and -73kg inviting athletes from all over the world to compete for a handsome prize with the total equating €300,000 for the successful athletes and coaches.
Author: Thea Cowen