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VILÁGBAJNOKSÁGOK

Az 1952-ben megalakult a Nemzetközi Judo Szövetség (lásd International Judo Federation) 1956 májusában rendezte meg az első világbajnokságot Tokióban. Ekkor még VB-ket két- három évente tartottak, majd 1965-től minden második évben megrendezik a világversenyt. Az első négy évben a VB-t (hazánk 1961-ben vett részt először VB-n) még súlycsoport nélkül rendezték meg. Tehát mindenkor csak egy világbajnokot avattak. 1965-től már 3 súlycsoportban (68, 80, +80, nyílt kategória) mérhették össze a tudásukat a kiválasztottak. A 60-as évek elején a japán szakvezetés válságba került, mivel a legsúlyosabb európai, ANTON GEESINK (lásd: A JUDO NAGYMESTEREI ÉS ÚTTÖRŐI című fejezet) kétszer nyert VB-t (1961, 1965) és közben 1964-ben az első olimpiát is megnyerte nyílt kategóriában. Így a súlycsoportok megteremtése inkább az általában kisebb súlyú japánoknak kedvezett. Az első hazai VB érem egészen 1979-ig váratott magára. Ebben az évben +95 kg-ban Varga Imre bronzérmet szerzett. 1981 és 83–ban nyílt kategóriában Ozsvár András ugyancsak a 3. helyen végzett. Az 1983-as év már meghozta az első VB ezüstöt hazánkban Bujkó Tamás által, aki 1985 (60 kg) és 1987-ben (65 kg) VB bronzérmes is volt. Csősz Imre 1991-ben (nyílt kategória) ugyancsak a 3. helyen végzett. 1993-ban Kovács Antal (a 92-es Barcelonai Olimpia bajnoka) - elsőként a hazaiak közül – világbajnok lett. Ezen a VB-n még Hajtós Bertalan bronzérmet szerez. 2001-ben Kovács a VB arany mellett egy ezüstöt is kivívott 100 kg-ban.

Minden idők legnagyobb japán versenyzője Yamashita Yasuhiro volt, aki kilencszer nyert Össz-Japán-Bajnokságot és négyszer világbajnokságot (1979 +95 kg; 1981 +95 kg, nyílt kategória; 1983 +95 kg). Mögötte szorosan Ogawa Naoya következik, aki csupán két Össz-Japán bajnoksággal maradt le, de ugyancsak négy világbajnoki címmel dicsekedhet (1987 nyílt kategória; 1989 +95 kg, nyílt kategória; 1991 nyílt kategória).

 

 

 

1956-2009

 

 

REKORDOK

Legtöbb világbajnoki érem birtokosa

Férfiak

4x

Naoya OGAWA (Japan) /3 in the Open category, 1 at +95 kg/

Shozo FUJI (Japan) /3 at -80 kg, 1  at -78 kg/

Yasuhiro YAMASHITA (Japan): /3 at +95, 1 in the Open category/

David DOUILLET: (France) /3 at +95 kg, 1 in the Open category/

 

Nők

Ryoko TAMURA: (Japan)  7 titles (all at -48 kg)

Ingrid BERGHMANS: (Belgium) 6 titles (4 in the Open category, 2 at +72 kg)

Kyu Sun-Hui: (South Korea) 4 titles (1 at-52 kg, 3 at -57 kg)

Fenglian GAO: (China) 4 titles (3 at +72 kg, 1 in the Open category)

Karen BRIGGS: (United Kingdom) 4 titles (all at -48 kg)

Noriko ANNO: (Japan) 4 titles (1 at-72 kg, 3 at +78 kg)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Érmek megoszlása országok szerint 1956 tól 2009-ig

 

Arany           Ezüst         Bronz        Total

1. Japan                97               64               68                  229

2. France              35               26               57                  118

3. South Korea      23               9                 44                  76

4. Great Britain  16               17               28                61

5. China                16               9                 16                41

6. Cuba                15               18               28               61

7. Netherlands       14               15               35                64

8 Soviet Union      11               13               33               57

9 Belgium             8                 13               17                38

10 Russia              6                 8                 15               29

11 Germany          6                 7                 17               30

12 Poland             6                 3                 21               30

13 Italy                 5                 6                 17               28

14 North Korea     4                 3                 7                  14

15 Brazil               4                 2                 13               19

16. Austria            4                 2                 7                 13

17 Unites States  3                 7                 15               25

18 East Germany   3                 2                 14               19

19 West Germany 2                 11               25               38

20. Spain              2                 8                 8                 18

21. Hungary          2                 4                 13               19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1956 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

TOKYO, JAPAN

MAY. 3

The first Judo World Championship was held in Tokyo.Competitors from twenty-one nations competed. The first three international competions were traditional “open” style, with no weight, rank, or age distinctions. The Japanese JUDOKA Sokichi  NATSUI (1925-2006) became the first world champion in history, defeating fellow countryman Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu in the final

 

MEN

OPEN WEIGHT

 

1. S. Natsui                     JPN

2. Y. Yoshimatsu           JPN

3. A. Geesink                 NED

3. H. Courtine                FRA

 

 

 

 

1958 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

TOKYO, JAPAN

NOV. 30

 

The second championship was also held in Tokyo. On both occasions Japanese contestants were the winners.

MEN

OPEN WEIGHT

 

1. K. Sone                     JPN

2. A. Kaminaga            JPN

3. K. Yamashiki           JPN

3. B. Pariset                 FRA

 

 

 

 

1961 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

PARIS, FRANCE

DEC. 2

There are 57 contestants from 25 countries, Anton GEESINK of Holland won. He won his first world title in Paris, throwing the reigning champion Sone Koji (1929-), with SOTOMAKI-KOMI, then TANI-OTOSHI, and finally holding him with MUNE-GATAME This was a big trauma for Japanese JUDO. For the first time with a non-Japanese as World Champion. The INTERNATIONAL JUDO FEDERATION quickly agreed to introduce four separate weight classes in the future World Championships.

 

MEN

OPEN WEIGHT

 

1. A. Geesink                NED

2. K. Sone                    JPN

3. T. Koga                    JPN

3. T.P. Kim                  KOR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1965 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

RIO DE JANERIO, BRAZIL

OCT. 14-17

 

US Medallist: J. BREGMAN

 

Three weight classes were implemented for the first time with the addition of the -68 kg, -80 kg, and +80 kg categories. At this World Championship the Japanese had such confidence in INOKUMA Isao that they entered him into Open division. It was their expectation that he would meet the legendary  Dutch giant Anton GEESINK who a year earlier had taken the Olympic Openweight title shattering the Japanese dream of all four gold medals on their home soil. GEESINK was very skilful and 40 kgs heavier than INOKUMA but after winning the heavyweight title the previous day and only just defeating both Japanese fighters, Sakaguchi and Matsuoka. GEESINK surprised the world and announced his retirement. INOKUMA was left with a much easier task and emerged as the Openweight World Champion.

MEN

 

 

Open

1. I. Inokuma             JPN

2. A. Kibrosachvili    SOV

3. A. Kiknadze          USR

3. P. Snijders             NED

 

 

+80 kg

1. A. Geesink            NED

2. Y. Matsuoka          JPN

3. S. Sakaguchi          JPN

3. D. Rogers             CAN

 

80 kg

1. I. Okano               JPN

2. K. Yamanaka       JPN

3. I. T. Kim              KOR

3. J. BREGMAN     USA

 

68 kg

1. H. Matsuda          JPN

2. H. Minatoya        JPN

3. K.S. Park             KOR

3. O. Stepanov        SOV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1967 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

SALT LAKE CITY, U.SA.

AUG. 9-12

 

 

 

MEN

 

 

 

Open

1. M. Matsunaga         JPN

2. K. Glahn                 GER

3. M. Shinomaki        JPN

3. P. Herrmann           GER

 

+93 kg

1. W. Ruska                NED

2. N. Maejima             JPN

3. T. Matsuzaka          JPN

3. A. Kiknadze           SOV

 

-93 kg

1. N. Sato                  JPN

2. O. Sato                  JPN

3. E. Eugster             NED

3.P. Herrmann          GER

 

-80 kg

1. E. Maruki             JPN

2. M. Poglajen         NED

3. S. Enju                 JPN

3. B. Jacks                 GB

 

-70 kg

1. H. Minatoya         JPN

2. S. Park                 KOR

3. T. Nakatani          JPN

3. C. Park                KOR

 

-63 kg

1. T. Shigeoka         JPN

2. H. Matsuda         JPN

3. S. Susline            SOV

3. C. Kim                KOR

 

 

 

 

1969 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO

OCT. 23-25

 

MEN

 

Open

1. M. Shinomaki      JPN

2. W. Ruska             NED

3. N. Sato                 JPN

3. Eugster                 NED

 

+ 93 kg

1. S. Suma                JPN

2. K. Glahn              GER

3. M. Matsunaga      JPN

3. G. Onashivilli      USR

 

 

-93 kg

1. F. Sasahara          JPN

2. P. Herrmann        GER

3. T. Kawabata        JPN

3. W.Pokataev         USR

-80 kg

1. I. Sonoda             JPN

2. K. Hirao               JPN

3. M. Poglajen         NED

3. H. S. Ip                KOR

 

-70 kg

1. H. Minatoya        JPN

2. Y. Kono              JPN

3. D. Rudmann       SOV

3. B. Kim                KOR

 

-63 kg

1. Y. Sonoda          JPN

2. T. Nomura         JPN

3. S. Susline          SOV

3. C. Kim               KOR

 

 

 

1971 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY

 

The 1971 World Judo Championships were the 7th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Ludwigshafen, West Germany from September 2–4.

 

 

MEN

 

Open

1. M. Shinomaki           JPN

2. V. Kusnetsov            SOV

3. S. Sekine                   JPN

3. K. Glahn                    GER

 

+ 93 kg

1. W. Ruska                 NED

2. K. Glahn                  GER

3. H. Iwata                   JPN

3. K. Remfrey               GB

 

93 kg

1. F. Sasahara              JPN

2. N. Sato                    JPN

3. C. Ishii                    BRA

3. H. Howiller            GDR

 

80 kg

1. S. Fuji                     JPN

2. M. Shigematsu       JPN

3. D. Starbrook            GB

3. G. Auffray             FRA

 

70 kg

1. H. Tsuzawa           JPN

2. H. Minatoya          JPN

3. D. Hoetger            GDR

3. A. Zajkowski        POL

 

63 kg

1. T. Kawaguchi              JPN

2. T. Nomura                   JPN

3. S. Susline                    SOV

3. Y. Sam                        KOR

 

 

1973 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND

JUN. 22-24

The 1973 World Judo Championships were the 8th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Lausanne, Switzerland from June 22–24.

 

 

Open

1. K. Ninomiya            JPN

2. H. Uemura               JPN

3. W. Zuckschwerdt    GDR

3. K. Glahn                  GER

 

+93 kg

1. C. Takagi                  JPN

2. R. Nichiradze           SOV

3. S. Novikov               SOV

3. K. Remfrey              GDR

 

93 kg

1. N. Sato                     JPN

2. T. Ueguchi               JPN

3. D. Starbrook            GBR

3. D. Lorentz               GDR

 

80 kg

1. S. Fujii                    JPN

2. I. Sonoda                JPN

3. A. Reiter                 POL

3. B. Look                  GDR

 

70 kg

1. T. Nomura             JPN

2. D. Hoetgher          GDR

3. K. Yoshimura        JPN

3. A. Novikov           URS

 

63 kg

1. Y. Minami            JPN

2. T. Kawaguchi      JPN

3. H. Rodriguez       CUB

3. S. Pitchelauri       SOV

 

 

 

 

 

1975 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

OCT. 23-25

The 1975 World Judo Championships were the 9th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Vienna, Austria from October 23–25..

 

 

 

MEN

 

Open

1. H. Uemura                  JPN

2. K. Ninomiya               JPN

3. S. Chochoshvilli        SOV

3. D. Lorentz                 GDR

 

+93 kg

1. S. Endo                     JPN

2. S. Novokov              SOV

3. C. Takagi                  JPN

3. G. Park                     KOR

 

93 kg

1. J. Rouge                 FRA

2. M. Ishibashi           JPN

3. R. Harshiladze       SOV

3. Betanov                  SOV

 

80 kg

1. S. Fujii                  JPN

2. Y. Hara                 JPN

3. A. Adamczyk       POL

3. J. Coche               FRA

 

70 kg

1. V. Nevzorov        SOV

2. V. Dvoinokov      SOV

3. K. Kuramoto        JPN

3. K. Akimoto          JPN

 

63 kg

1. Y. Minami           JPN

2. K. Kashiwazaki   JPN

3. T. Teissmann       GDR

3. F. Mariani            ITA


1977 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

CANCELLED

1979 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

PARIS, FRANCE

DEC. 6-9

 

The 1979 World Judo Championships were the 11th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Paris.

 

 

MEN

Open

1. S. Endo                  JPN

2. V. Kusnetsov         FRA

3. R. Kovacevic        YUG

3. J. Rouge                 FRA

 

+95 kg

1. Y. Yamashita        JPN

2. J. Rouge                FRA

3. I. Varga                HUN

3. J. Cho                   KOR

 

95 kg

1. T. Khubuluri        SOV

2. R. Van de Walle   BEL

3. H. Numan            NED

3. G. Neureuther     GER

 

86 kg

1. D. Ultsch             GDR

2. M. Sanchis           FRA

3. M. Takahashi       JPN

3. W. Carmona        BRA

 

78 kg

1. S. Fuji                  JPN

2. B. Tschoullouyan FRA

3. H. Heinke            GDR

3. C. Park                KOR

 

71 kg

1. K. Katsuki         JPN

2. E. Gamba           ITA

3. T. Namgalauri   SOV

3. N. Adams            GB

 

 

 

 

65 kg

1. N. Soloduchin   SOV

2. Y. Delvingt       FRA

3. J. Pawlowski     POL

3. K. Sahara          JPN

 

60 kg

1. T. Rey             FRA

2. K.W. Jong       KOR

3. Y. Moriwaki    JPN

3. F. Mariani       ITA

 

 

1980 1ST WOMEN’S WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

NEW YORK, U.S.A.

NOV. 29-30, 1980

US Medallist: B. Fest (Open); Penick (-66 kg); Lewis (-48kg)

The first womens world championships were held in New York in 1980, and were held in alternating years as the mens championships until the 1987 World Judo Championships in Essen, where the two competitions were merged into one world championship. The mixed championships have been held biannually since 1987.

 

 

 

Open

1. I. Berghmans       BEL

2. P. Fouillet            FRA

3. B. Classen           RFA

3. B. Fest                 USA

 

+72 kg

1. M. De Cal           ITA

2. P. Fouillet           FRA

3. I. Berghmans      BEL

3. C. Kieburg          GER

 

-72 kg

1. J. Triadou            FRA

2. B. Classen           FRG

3. A. Malley              GB

3. J. Van Meggelen NED

 

 

-66 kg

1. E. Simon             AUT

2. D. Netherwood     GB

3. C. Pierre             FRA

3. Penick                USA

 

 

 

-61 kg

1. A. Staps             NED

2. L. Di Toma        ITA

3. I. Berg               FRG

3. M. Roittier        FRA

 

-56 kg

1. G. Winkl bauer        AUT

2. Panza                        FRA

3. L. Doyle                     GB

3. J. Meulemans            BEL

-52 kg

1. E. Hrovat                   AUT

2. K. Yamashita             JPN

3. B. McCarthy                GB

3. P. Doger                    FRA

 

-48 kg

1. J. Bridge                     GB

2. A. Denvovellis          ITA

3. M. Colignon             FRA

3. Lewis                        USA

 

 

 

1981 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

MAASTRICHT, NETHERLANDS

 

The 1981 World Judo Championships were the 12th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Maastrich,  Netherlands from September 3–6

 

 

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MEN

 

Open

1. Y. Yamashita         JPN

2. W. Reszko             POL

3. R. Van De Walle   BEL

3. A. Ozsvar              HUN

 

+95 kg

1. Y. Yamashita                JPN

2. G. Verichev                  SOV

3. V. Kocman                  TCH

3. J. Salonen                    FIN

 

 

 

-95 kg

1. T. Khubuluri               SOV

2. R. Van de Walle         BEL

3. H. Ha                        KOR

3. R. Vachon                  FRA

 

-86 kg

1. B. Tchoullouyan       FRA

2. S. Nose                   JPN

3. D. Ultsch                 GDR

3. D. Bodaveli             SOV

 

 

-78 kg

1. N. Adams                   GB

2. J. Kase                        JPN

3. G. Petrov                    BUL

3. K. Doherty                CAN

 

-71 kg

1. C. Park

2. S. Dyot                         FRA

3. V. Vujevic                    YUG

3. K. Lehmann                   GDR

 

-65 kg

1. K. Kashiwazaki     JPN

2. C. Niculae             ROM

3. P. Ponomarev        SOV

3. J. Hwang               KOR

 

 

-60 kg

1. Y. Moriwaki                JPN

2. P. Petrikov                  TCH

3. P. Takahashi              CAN

3. F. Mariani                   ITA

 

 

1982 WOMEN’S WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

PARIS, FRANCE

US Medallist: M. Castro (+72); Aronof (-56 kg)

 

The 1982 World Judo Championships were the 2nd edition of the womens World Judo Championships, and were held in Paris, France from December 4–5.

 

 

 

 

Open

1. I. Berghmans          BEL

2. H. Tateishi              JAP

3. J. Triadou               FRA

3. R. Sigmund           GER

 

+72 kg

1. N. Lupino              FRA

2. M. Castro              USA

3. M. Van Unen        NED

3. M. Motta               ITA

 

-72 kg

1. B. Classen            FRG

2. I. Berghmans        BEL

3. J. Triadou             FRA

3. K. Posch               AUT

 

-66 kg

1. B. Deydier            FRA

2. K. Krueger           RFA

3. Andersen             NOR

3. A. Staps               NED

 

 

-61 kg

1. M. Rottier           FRA

2. I. Solheim           NOR

3. J. Peeters             BEL

3. G. Ritchel           GER

 

-56 kg

1. B. Rodriguez     FRA

2. S. Williams       AUS

3. D. Bell                 GB

3. Aronof               USA

 

-52 kg

1. L. Doyle           GB

2. K. Yamaguchi   JPN

3. P. Doger           FRA

3. C. Boyd            AUS

 

-48 kg

1. K. Briggs         GB

2. M. Colignon    FRA

3. H. Nakahara    JPN

3. J. Bink             NED

 

1983 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

MOSCOW, USSR

US Medallist R. BERLAND (-86 kg)

The 1983 World Judo Championships were the 13th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Moscow, Soviet Union from October 13–16.

 

 

 

 

MEN

Open

1. H. Saito                 JPN

2. V. Kocman           TCH

3. R. Van de Walle     BEL

3. A. Ozsvar              HUN

 

+95 kg

1. Y. Yamashita                  JPN

2. W. Wilhelm                    NED

3. H. Stohr                        GDR

3. M. Cioc                       ROM

 

95 kg

1. A. Preschel                GDR

2. V. Divisenko               SOV

3. G. Neureuther              GER

3. R. Van  de Walle          BEL

 

 

86 kg

1. D. Ultsch                GDR

2.F. Kanu                    FRA

3. S. Nose                   JPN

3. R. Berland                USA

 

78 kg

1. N. Hikiage                  JPN

2. N. Adams                    GB

3. S. Khabarelli              SOV

3. M. Fratika                ROM

 

65 kg

1. N. Soloduchin          SOV

2. Y. Matsuoka             JPN

3. J. Pavlovski               POL

3. S. Rosati                    ITA

 

 

 

 

60 kg

1. K. Tletseri             SOV

2. T. Bujko                HUN

3. K. Stohlberg          GDR

3. K. Haraguchi         JPN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1984 WOMEN’S WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

US Medallist M. Castro (+72 kg); A. Rurns (-56 kg) D.  Anaya (-48 kg)

he 1984 World Judo Championships were the 3rd edition of the womens World Judo Championships, and were held in Vienna, Austria from November 10–11

 

.WOMEN

 

 

Open

1. I. Berghmans         BEL

2. M. Van Unen        NED

3. N. Lupino             FRA

3. F. Gao                  CHN

 

 

+72 kg

1. M.T. Motta           ITA

2. F. Gao                  CHN

3. M. Castro             USA

3. M. Van Unen       NED

 

72 kg

1. I. Berghmanns       BEL

2. B. Classen             FRG

3. A. Staps                NED

3. V. Vigneron          FRA

 

66 kg

1. B. Deydier         FRA

2. I. De Kok           NED

3. D. Netherwood  GB

3. S. Kandori         JPN

 

 

 

 

 

61 kg

1. N. Hernandez    VEN

2. C. Han               NED

3. M. Rittier          FRG

3. K. Hachinobe    JPN

 

56 kg

1. A. Burns                USA

2. S. Williams           AUS

3. G. Wilkbauer        AUT

3. C. Arnaud              FRA

 

52 kg

1. K. Yamaguchi  JPN

2. E. Hrovat         AUT

3. C. Boyd           AUS

3. J. Majdan         POL

 

48 kg

1. K. Briggs              GB

2. M. Colignon       FRA

3. J. Reardon          AUS

3. D. Anaya            USA

 

 

1985 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

SEOUL, KOREA

 

The 1985 World Judo Championships were the 14th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Seoul, South Korea from September 26–29.

 

 

MEN

 

Open

1. Y. Masaki              JPN

2. M. Rashwan          EGY

3. W. Wilhelm          NED

3. K. Biktachev        SOV

 

+95 kg

1. C. Yong               KOR

2. H. Saito                JPN

3. G. Vepichev         SOV

3. Z. Dimitar            BUL

 

95 kg

1. H. Sugai                 JPN

2. H. Ha                     KOR

3. R. Van de Walle     BEL

3. G. Neureuther        GER

 

86 kg

1. P. Seisenbacher AUT

2. G. Petrov           BUL

3. V. Pesniak        SOV

3. F. Canu             FRA

 

 

78 kg

1. N. Hikiage              JPN

2. T. Denhmigen       GDR

3. N. Adams                 GB

3. S. Vladimir           SOV

 

71 kg

1. B. Ahn              KOR

2. M. Swain          USA

3. B. Wieslaw       POL

3. D. Sergy           FRA

 

65 kg

1. Y. Sokoloy         SOV

2. K. Kyung          KOR

3. S. Gawthorpe       GB

3. Y. Matsuoka      JPN

 

 

 

 

 

60 kg

1. S. Hosokawa     JPN

2. J. Peter              FRA

3. K. Tletseri        SOV

3. T. Bujko           HUN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1986 WOMEN’S WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

MAASTRICHT, HOLLAND

OCT. 24-26

The 1986 World Judo Championships were the 4th and final edition of the womens World Judo Championships, and were held in Maastricht, Netherlands from October 24 to 26 1986. The mens competition and womens competition were merged and held in the same venue from 1987 onwards.

 

 

 

 

Open

1. Berghmans             BEL

2. J. Li                        CHN

3. K. Kutz                  GER

3. L. Mainan              FRA

 

+72 kg

1. F. Gao                   CHN

2. M. Van Unen        NED

3. N. Santini              POR

3. I. Paque                 FRA

 

72 kg

1. I. De Kok             NED

2. I. Berghmans       BEL

3. A. Liu                  CHN

3. B. Classen           GER

 

66 kg

1. B. Deydier           FRA

2. E. Karlsson          SWE

3. A. Staps               NED

3. A. Schieber         GER

 

-61 kg

1. D. Bell                        GB

2. C. Geraud                 FRA

3. D. Guy                       NZ

3. R. Fujimoto              JPN

 

56 kg

1. A. Hughes                 GB

2. M. Gontowicz          POL

3. B. Rodriguez            FRA

3. C. Gross                   NED

 

 

 

52 kg

1. D. Brun             FRA

2. K. Yamaguchi   JPN

3. K. Ok                KOR

3. S. Rendle             GB

 

48 kg

1. K. Briggs            GB

2. F. Ezaki             JPN

3. Z. Li                 CHN

3. F. Boffin           FRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1987 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

ESSEN, GERMANY

US Medallist MEN M. SWAIN (-71 kg); K. ASANO (-60 kg)

Women M. Castro GOMEZ (+72 kg); L. Roethke (-61 kg)

The 1987 World Judo Championships were the 15th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Essen, West Germany from November 19–22.

 

Despite this progressive enlargement, it took until 1980 for women to participate in the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.The first womens WORLD CHAMPIOSHIPS  were held in New York in 1980, and were held in alternating years as the mens championships until the 1987 World Judo Championshi in Essen, where the two competitions were merged into one world championship. The mixed championships have been held biannually since 1987.

 

 

 

 

 

MEN

 

 

 

Open

1. N. Ogawa             JPN

2. E. Gordon              GB

3. J. Fis Castro        CUB

3. H. Stoehr             GDR

 

+95 kg

1. G. Verichev        SOV

2. M. Rashwan       EGY

3. J. Plate                FRG

3. G. Xu                 CHN

 

95 kg

1. H. Sugai             JPN

2. T. Meyer            NED

3. A. Miguel          BRA

3. H. Ha                 KOR

 

86 kg

1. F. Canu              FRA

2. J. Park                PRK

3. D. White              GB

3. M. Murata          JPN

 

78 kg

1. H. Okada           JPN

2. B. Varaev          SOV

3. K. Lee               KOR

3. W. Legien         POL

 

71 kg

1. M. SWAIN          USA

2. M. Alexandre       FRA

3. K. Brown                GB

3. T. Koga                 JPN

 

65 kg

1. Y. Yamamoto    JPN

2. J. Sokolov         SOV

3. T. Bujko           HUN

3. J. Pawlowski     POL

 

60 kg

1. J. Kim              KOR

2. S. Hosokawa    JPN

3. P. Roux            FRA

3. K. ASANO      USA

 

 

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. F. Gao               CHN

2. I. Berghmans     BEL

3. I. Paque             FRA

3. K. Kutz             FRA

 

+72 kg

1. F. Gao                     CHN

2. R. Sigmund              GER

3. A. Seriese                NED

3. M. Casatro Gomez   USA

 

72 kg

1. I. De Kok          NED

2. I. Berghmans     BEL

3. Y. Tanabe          JPN

3. B. B. Classen     GER

 

66 kg

1. A. Schreiber   GER

2. B. Deydeier    FRA

3. R. Harti          AUT

3. H. Sasaki        JPN

 

61 kg

1. D. BELL               GB

2. L. ROETHKE     USA

3. N. Mochida          JPN

3. B. Olechnowicz   POL

 

56 kg

1. C. Arnaud                FRA

2. S. Williams              AUS

3. A. Hughes                  GB

3. R. Phillips                GER

 

52 kg

1. S. Rendle           GB

2. K. Yamaguchi    JPN

3. A. Giungi           ITA

3. D. Brun              FRA

 

 

 

 

48 kg

1. Z. Li                  CHN

2. F. Esaki             JPN

3. Y. Chou            KOR

3. J. Gal                NED

 

 

 

 

1989 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA

US Medallist M. SWAIN (-71 kg)

 

The 1989 World Judo Championships were the 16th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (current Serbia) from October 10–15

 

 

 

MEN

Open

1. N. OGAWA              JPN

2. A. Kibordzalidze      SOV

3. K. Kim                       KOR

3. A. Van Der Groben   GER

 

+95 kg

1. N. OGAWA           JPN

2. F. Moreno              CUB

3. G. Verichev           SOV

3. R. Kubacki             POL

 

95 kg

1. K. Kurtanidze        SOV

2. B. Odvogiin           MAL

3. R. Van De Dualle   BEL

3. M. Meiling             GER

 

86 kg

1. F. Canu                  FRA

2. B. Spykers             NED

3. A. Lobenstein          GDR

3. S. Freudenberg      GER

 

78 kg

1. J. Bying                   KOR

2. T. Moshida               JPN

3. B. Varaev                SOV

3. W. Legien                POL

 

 

71 kg

1. T. Koga                JPN

2. M. SWAIN          USA

3. L. Chang-Su          PRK

3. G. Tenadze            SOV

 

65 kg

1. D. Becanovic                 YUG

2. U. QUELLMALZ       GDR

3. S. Kosmynin                SOV

3. B. Carabetta                  FRA

 

60 kg

1. A. Tokiuashvili       SOV

2. T. Koshino                JPN

3. Y. Hyun                   KOR

3. B. Dashgombyn     MON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WOMEN

 

 

Open

1. E. Rodriguez          CUB

2. S. Lee                     GB

3. Y. Tanabe             JPN

3. D. Zhang               CHN

 

+72 kg

1. F. Gao                        CHN

2. R. Sigmund                  GER

3. N. Lupino                    FRA

3. B. Maksymov              POL

 

72 kg

1. I. Berghmans      BEL

2. Y. Tanabe          JPN

3. A. Batailler         FRA

3. W. Wu              CHN

 

66kg

2. H. Sasaki              JPN

1. E. Pierantozzi       ITA

3. C. Cecat               FRA

3. J. Reve                  CUB

 

61 kg

1. C. Fluery                       FRA

2. E. Petrova                     SOV

3. G. Ritschel                     GER

3. T. Kobayashi                 JPN

 

56 kg

1. C. Arnaud          FRA

2. A. Hughes          GB

3. M. Blasco          SPA

3. Y. Sun   KOR

 

52 kg

1. S. Rendle            GB

2. A. Giungi             ITA

3. C. Perez              CUB

3. S. Min                 KOR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1991 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

BARCELON, SPAIN

JUL. 25-28

US Medallist J. Wanag (-86 kg); J. PEDRO (-65)

The 1991 World Judo Championships were the 17th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Barcelona,  Spain from July 25 to July 28.

 

 

MEN

 

Open

1. N. OGAWA             JPN

2. D. Khakhaleichvili   SOV

3. I. Csosz                    HUN

3. G. Mathonnet          FRA

 

 

+95 kg

1. S. Kosorotov           SOV

2. G. Moreno              CUB

3. N. OGAWA           JPN

3. K. Kim                   KOR

 

95 kg

1. S. Traineau             FRA

2. P. Nastula               POL

3. M. Meiling             GER

3. J. Sosna                  TCH

 

86 kg

1. H. Okada                JNP

2. J. Wanag                USA

3. W. Legien              POL

3. G. Vismara            ITA

 

78 kg

1. D. Lascau              GER

2. J. Laats                   BEL

3. B. Varsev              SOV

3. H. Yoshida            JPN

 

71 kg

1. T. Koga                 JPN

2. J. Ruiz                   KSP

3. H. Chung              KOR

3. V. Dguebovaze    SOV

 

65 kg

1. U. Quellmalz       GER

2. M. Okuma           JPN

3. S. Kosmynin       SOV

3. J. PEDRO           USA

 

60 kg

1. K. Tadanori         JPN

2. Y. Hyun               KOR

3. P. Philippe           FRA

3. G. Nazim             SOV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1993 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

HAMILTON, CANADA

US Medallist: J. MORRIS (-78 kg); WOMEN L. Ogasawara (-66 kg)

 

The 1993 World Judo Championships were the 18th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Hamilton, Canada from September 30 to October 3.

MEN

 

Open

1. R. Kubacki             POL

2. H. Stoehr                GER

3. N. OGAWA            JPN

3. D. Khakhaleichvili GEO

 

+95 kg

1. D. Douillet                  FRA

2. D. Khakhaleichvili   GEO

3. F. Moeller                  GER

3. S. Kosorotov             RUS

 

95 kg

1. A. Kovacs        HUN

2. A. Miguel           BRA

3. S. Traineau        FRA

3. M. Meiling         GER

 

86 kg

1. Y. Nakamura        JPN

2. N. GILL                CAN

3. L. Villar                   ESP

3. A. Croitoru            ROM

 

78 kg

1. K. Chun                   KOR

2. H. Yoshida               JPN

3. D. Yandzi                 FRA

3. J. MORRIS              USA

 

71 kg

1. H. Chung            KOR

2. B. Hajtos            HUN

3. R. Cardoso          BRA

3. D. Hideshima        JPN

 

65 kg

1. Y. Nakamura      JPN

2. E. Born               CHE

3. U. Quellmalz        GER

3. S. Kosmynin        RUS

 

60 kg

1. R. Sonoda                    JPN

2. N. Gousseinov              AZE

3. G. Vazagashvili             GEO

3. R. Trautmann                GER

 

WOMEN

Open

1. B. Maksymow     POL

2. A. Seriese           NED

3. Y. Zhang             CHN

3. J. Moon              KOR

 

+72 kg

1. J. Hagn                       GER

2. N. ANNO                 JPN

3. M. Van Der Lee         NED

3. S. Goundarenko         RUS

 

72 kg

1. C. Leng             CHN

2. K. Howey             GB

3. J. Kim               KOR

3. V. Kazounina     RUS

 

66 kg

1. M. Cho                KOR

2. L. Ogasawara        USA

3. D. Zhang              CHN

3. O. Reve               CUB

 

61 kg

1. G. Van De Caveye     BEL

2. Y. Arad                       ISR

3. B. BELL                      GB

3. I. Z. Beltran                CUB

 

56 kg

1. N. Fairbrother     GB

2. C. Tateno        JPN

3. J. Gal              NED

3. D. Gonzalez     CUB

 

 

52 kg

1. L. Verdecia         CUB

2. A. Munoz            ESP

3. W. Suzuki           JPN

3. C. Nowak           FRA

 

48 kg

1. R. TAMURA               JPN

2. A. Li                            CHN

3. G. Tortora                    ITA

3. J. Heron                       GB

 

1995 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

MAKUHARI, JAPAN

SEP. 27 – OCT. 2

US Medallist J. PEDRO (-71 kg)

 

The World Championships, once again held in Japan, but not in Tokyo. There were 625 competitors from 100 nations, with medalists from Japan, Korea, France, Russia, Cuba, and (United) Germany, showing that expertise in JUDO was no longer limited to Japan

 

 

MEN

Open

1. D. Douillet              FRA

2. S. Kossorotov        RUS

3. S. Tatroglu             TUR

3. S. Shinohara           JPN

 

+95 kg

1. D. Douillet                 FRA

2. F. Moller                   GER

3. D. Khakhaleichvili      GEO

3. N. OGAWA             JPN

 

95 kg

1. P. NASTULA                 POL

2. D. Sergueev        RUS

3. S. Traineau           FRA

3. S. Okaizumi           JPN

 

 

86 kg

1. K. Y. Jean              KOR

2. H. Yoshida             JPN

3. O. Maltsev             RUS

3. N. GILL                 CAN

 

78 kg

1. T. Koga                    JPN

2. O. Smadga                ISR

3. P. Reiter                    AUT

3. D. Bouras                  FRA

 

71 kg

1. D. Hideshima        JPN

2. D. S. Kwak          KOR

3. D. Brambilla          ITA

3. J. PEDRO             USA

 

65 kg

1. U. QUELLMALZ  GER

2. Y. Nakamura         JPN

3. I.D. Kim                 KOR

3. B. Demirel              TUR

 

60 kg

1. O. Nikolai                  RUS

2. G. Vazagachvili           GEO

3. B. Natik                     BLG

3. R. Sonoda                  JPN

 

 

 

1997 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

PARIS, FRANCE

OCT. 9-12

US Medallist B. OLSON (-86 kg)

The 1997 World Judo Championships were the 20th edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Paris, France.

 

MEN

Open

1. R. Kubacki               POL

2. Y. Makishi                JPN

3. H. V. Barneveld        BEL

3. D. V. D. Geest         NED

 

+95 kg

1. D. DOUILLET         FRA

2. S. Shinohara              JPN

3. S. Pan                      CHN

3. T. Tmenov                RUS

 

95 kg

1. P. NASTULA        POL

2. A. Miguel               BRA

3. G. Lemaire             FRA

3. Y. Nakamura          JPN

 

 

86 kg

1. K. Y. Jeon             KOR

2. M. Spittka              GER

3. B. OLSON            USA

3. M. Monti                ITA

 

 

78 kg

1. I. C. Cho                  KOR

2. D. Bouras                 FRA

3. O. C. Kwak             PRK

3. P. Reiter                   AUT

 

71 kg

1. K. Nakamura       JPN

2. C. Gagliano          FRA

3. G. Bentes             POR

3. V. Zelenij            LAT

 

65 kg

1. H. Kim                   KOR

2. L. Benboudaoud     FRA

3. G. Vazagashvili       GEO

3. V. Bivol                  MDA

 

60 kg

1. T. Nomura                JPN

2. G. Regazishvili           GEO

3. F. Miyata                  BRA

3. C. Taymans               BEL

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. D. Beltran                 CUB

2. R. Barrientos            SPA

3. M. Ninomiya            JPN

3. H. Yuan                   JPN

 

+72 kg

1. C. Cicot                     FRA

2. M. Ninomiya                JPN

3. B. Maksymow              POL

3. F. Sun                        CHN

 

72 kg

1. N. ANNO           JPN

2. D. Luna                 CUB

3. E. Silva                  BRA

3. U. Werbrouck       BEL

 

66 kg

1. K. Howey                     GB

2. A.V. Rekowski           GER

3. E. PIERANTOZZI       ITA

3. M.S. Cho                     KOR

 

61 kg

1. S. Vandenhende         FRA

2. G. Vandecayeye         BEL

3. S. Alvarez                  ESP

3. S. S. Jung                   KOR

 

56 kg

1. I. Fernandez           ESP

2. D. Gonzalez           CUB

3. C. Tateno               JPN

3. M. Baton               FRA

 

52 kg

1. M.C. RESTOUX      FRA

2. S. H. Kye                  PRK

3. S. H. Hyun                KOR

3. N. Flagothier             BEL

1999 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND

OCT. 7-10

US Medallist J. PEDRO (-73 kg)

The 1999 World Judo Championships were the 21st edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Birmingham, England.

 

 

MEN

 

Open

1. S. Shinohara           JPN

2. S. Tataroglu            TUR

3. D. Vandergeest      NED

3. H. Vanbarneveld   BEL

 

+100 kg

1. Sh. Shinohara            JPN

2. I. Pertelson                EST

3. S. Pan                       CHN

3. S. Tataroglu               TUR

 

100 kg

1. K. INOUE         JPN

2. S.H. Jang            KOR

3. A. Mikhailine      RUS

3. N. GILL CAN

 

90 kg

1. H. Yoshida             JPN

2. V. Florescu          MDA

3. S. Y. Yoo            KOR

3. A. Croitoru          ROM

 

81 kg

1. R. Graeme                      GB

2. T. Farkhod                  UZB

3. O. Ch. Kwak              PRK

3. Ch. Cho                      KOR

 

73 kg

1. J. PEDRO        USA

2. V. Makarov      RUS

3. S. Pereira          BRA

3. G. Revazichvili  GEO

 

66 kg

1. L. Benboudaoud  FRA

2. H. Ozkan            TUR

3. P. Van Kalken     NED

3. J. Arencibia         CUB

 

60 kg

1. M. Poulot                     CUB

2. K. Tokuno                   JPN

3. N. Bahirall                     BUL

3. N. Khergiani                 GEO

 

 

 

 

WOMEN

 

Open

1. D. Beltran            CUB

2. M. Ninomiya        JPN

3. T. Bojilova            BUL

3. S. Choi                KOR

 

+78 kg

1. B. Maksymow                POL

2. H. Yuan                       CHN

3. M. Ninomiya                 JPN

3. K. Bryant                         GB

 

78 kg

1. N. ANNO       JPN

2. Y. Yufeng         CHN

3. C. Lebrun        FRA

3. D. Luna           CUB

 

70 kg

1. S. Veranes          CUB

2. U. Werbrouck     BEL

3. K. Howey              GB

3. Y. Scapin             ITA

 

63 kg

1. K. Maeda                   JPN

2. G. Vandecavey            BEL

3. S. Alvarez                   SPA

3. K. Roberts                    GB

 

57 kg

1. D. Gonzalez       CUB

2. I. Fernandez       SPA

3. J. Gal     NED

3. M. Vernerova     CZE

 

52 kg

1. N. Narasaki         JPN

2. L. Verdecia         CUB

3. S.H. Kye             PRK

3. M. RESTOUX    FRA

 

48 kg

1. R. TAMURA                JPN

2. A. Savon                       CUB

3. R. Nichilo                      FRA

3. A. M. Gradante             GER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2001 World Championship

MUNICH

The 2001 World Judo Championships were the 22nd edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held at Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany

 

Just as they did two years ago in Birmingham, Japan dominated the opening day of the World Judo Championships in Munich on Thursday. And the star of the Japanese team was the prodigiously gifted Kosei INOUE who once again stole the headlines. The first day promised much with two current Olympic champions and three current world champions on display. There was also a sizeable crowd, although it did take time to pick up throughout the day...

MEN

Open

1. A. Mikhailine            RUS

2. A. Zeevi                     ISR

3. F. Möller                   GER

3. D. van der Geest       NED

 

+100 kg

1. A. Mikhailine            RUS

2. S. Tataroglu               TUR

3 M. Miran                      IRI

3.  S. Shinohara               JPN

 

 

100 kg

1. K. Inoue             JPN

2.  A. Kovács        HUN

3.  Sung-Ho           KOR

3.   A. Zhitkeyev    KAZ

 

 

90 kg

1. F. Demontfaucon    FRA

2. Z. Zviadauri            GEO

3. R Salimov               AZE

3. Y Dong-Sik             KOR

 

 

81 kg

1. C. In-Chul           KOR

2. A. Budolin           EST

3. S. Aschwanden    SUI

3. E. Rajabli            AZE

 

 

73 kg

1. V. Makarov         RUS

2. Y: Kanamaru       JPN

3. A. Shakharov      KAZ

3.  K. Wilkomirski    POL

 

 

66 kg

1. A. Miresmaili          ILI

2.M. Nastuyev             UKR

3. Y. Arencibia            CUB

3. K. Hyung-Ju            KOR

 

 

 

60 kg

1. A. Lounifi           TUN

2.C. Taymans           BEL

3. J. Buchanan         GBR

3. K. Tokuno            JPN

 

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. C. Lebrun                 FRA

2. K. Bryant                 GBR

3. C. Rodrigues            POR

3. T. Wen

 

 

+78kg

1. Y. Hua                 CHN

2. M. Shintani           JPN

3. D. Beltrán             CUB

3. S. Köppen             GER

 

 

78 kg

1. N. Anno               JPN

2. Y. Laborde          CUB

3. C. Lebrun            FRA

3. L. So-Yeon          KOR

 

 

70 kg

1. M. Ueno                  JPN

2. K. Howey               GBR

3. R. Leyén                 CUB

3. U. Werbrouck         BEL

 

 

63 kg

1. G. Vandecaveye  BEL

2. S. Álvarez            ESP

3. A. Hernandez      CUB

3. A. Tanimoto        JPN

 

 

57 kg

1. Y. Lupetey          CUB

2. D. Gravenstijn     NED

3. I. Fernandez         ESP

3. K. Kusakabe        JPN

 

 

52 kg

1. K. Sun-Hui             PRK

2. R. Imbriani             GER

3. L. Yuxiang             CHN

3. L. Verdecia             CUB

 

 

48 kg

1. R. Tamura            JPN

2. R. Kyong-Ok       PRK

3. D. Carrión           CUB

3. G. Macri               ITA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2003   World Judo Championships

Osaka, Japan

 

The 2003 World Judo Championships were the 23rd edition of the World Judo Championships, and were held in Osaka, Japan from 11 September to 14 September.

 

MEN

 

Open

1. K. Suzuki                JPN

2. I. Pertelson              EST

3. A. Tangriev             UZB

3. M. Miraliyev           AZE

 

 

+100 kg

1. Y. Muneta            JPN

2. D. van der Geest  NED

3. T. Tmenov           RUS

3. Y. Sotnikov         UKR

 

 

100 kg

1. K. Inoue               JPN

2. G. Lemaire           FRA

3. I. Makaru             BLR

3. M. Sabino            BRA

 

 

90 kg

1. H. Hee-Tae             KOR

2. Z. Zviadauri            GEO

3. S. Kukharenka         BLR

3. C. Honorato             BRA

 

 

81 kg

1. F. Wanner           GER

2. S. Aschwanden    SUI

3. R. Krawczyk       POL

3. A. Budölin           EST

 

 

73 kg

1. L. Won-Hee        KOR

2. D. Fernandes       FRA

3. J.  Neto                POR

3. V. Makarov         RUS

 

 

66 kg

1. A. Miresmaeili          IRI

2. L. Benboudaoud      FRA

3. Y. Arencibia            CUB

3. M. Dhzafarov          RUS

 

 

60 kg

1. C. Min-Ho           KOR

2. C. Fallon              GBR

3. T. Nomura            JPN

3 A. Lounifi            TUN

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. T. Wen                    CHN

2. K. Bryant                 GBR

3. M. Kovacevic          SCG

3. D. Beltran                CUB

 

 

+78 kg

1. S. Fuming            CHN

2. M. Tsukada           JPN

3. T. Donguzashvili  RUS

3. K. Bryant              GBR

 

 

78 kg

1. N. Anno               JPN

2. Y. Laborde          CUB

3. E. Silva                BRA

3. E. San Miguel      ESP

70 kg

1. M. Ueno                  JPN

2. R. Leyen                 CUB

3. E. Bosch                 NED

3. A. Böhm                 GER

 

 

63 kg

1. D. Krukower       ARG

2. D. Gonzales         CUB

3. A. von Harnier     GER

3. Y. Scapin              ITA

 

 

57 kg

1. K. Sun-Hui          PRK

2. Y. Bönisch          GER

3. Y. Lupetey          CUB

3. D. Gravenstij       NED

 

 

52 kg

1. A. Savon                 CUB

2. A. Euranie               FRA

3. R. Imbriani              GER

3. Y. Yokosawa            JPN

 

 

48 kg

1. R. Tamura            JPN

2. F. Jossinet            FRA

3. N. Sensoy            TUR

3. D. Carrion            CUB

 

 

 

 

 

2005 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

September 8-11

Cairo, Egypt

 

The 2005 World Judo Championships were the 24th edition of the Judo World Championships, and were held in Cairo, Egypt from September 8 to September 11.

Brazilian João Derly was voted as best performance of the championship

 

MEN

 

Open

1. D. van der Geest     NED

2. T. Tmenov              RUS

3. J. Rybek                  BLR

3. Y. Takai                  JPN

 

 

+100 kg

1. A. Mikhailine      RUS

2. Y. Muneta            JPN

3. P. Robin               FRA

3. L. Gujejiani         GEO

 

 

100 kg

1. K. Suzuki            JPN

2. V. Bubon            UKR

3. D. Kabanov        RUS

3. L. Correa            BRA

 

 

90 kg

1. H. Izumi                   JPN

2. I. Iliadis                   GRE

3. M. Huizinga            NED

3. A. Kazusenok          BLR

 

 

81 kg

1. G. Elmont           NED

2. A. Benamadi       ALG

3. T. Ono                 JPN

3. R. Gontyuk         UKR

 

 

73 kg

1. Á. Braun             HUN

2. F. Bruyere            ITA

3. K. Uematsu          ESP

3. G. Bilodid            UKR

 

66 kg

1. J. Derly                    BRA

2. M. Uchishida           JPN

3. A. Miresmaili            IRI

3. M. Ungvári             HUN

 

 

 

 

60 kg

1. C. Fallon              GBR

2. L. Paischer           AUT

3. C. Nam-Suk         KOR

3. N. Shikhalizade    AZE

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. M. Shintani              JPN

2. K. Bryant                 GBR

3. C. Uilenhoed           NED

3. A-S. Mondiere         FRA

 

 

+78 kg

1. T. Wen                 CHN

2. K. Bryent              GBR

3. A-S Mondiere       FRA

3. M. Tsukada           JPN

 

 

78 kg

1. Y. Laborde          CUB

2. S. Nakazawa        JPN

3. C. Zwiers             NED

3. C. Lebrun             FRA

70 kg

1. E. Bosch                 NED

2. G. Emane                FRA

3. C. Jacques               BEL

3. R Sraka                   SLO

 

63 kg

1. L. Decosse           FRA

2. A. Tanimoto         JPN

3. D. Gonzalez         CUB

3. U. Zolnir              SLO

 

 

57 kg

1. K. Sun-HUI         PRK

2. Y. Bönisch          GER

3. S. Filzmoser        AUT

3. K. Erdenet-Od    MGL

 

 

52 kg

1. L.Ying                    CHN

2. Y. Yokosawa          JPN

3. A. Kum-Ae             PRK

3. T. Monteiro             POR

 

 

48 kg

1Y. Bermoy             CUB

2. F. Jossinet            FRA

3. A. Dumitru         ROM

3. S. Haddad           ALG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007    World Judo Championships

RIO De JANEIRO

BRAZIL

 

The 2007 World Judo Championships are the 25th edition of the Judo World Championships, and were held at the Rio Olympic Arena, usually called Arena Multiuso, that was built for the 2007 Pan-American Games, in Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from September 13 to September 16, 2007. The competition gathered the sports top athletes in Rio de Janeiro, with only a few exceptions, due to injuries. Among the high-profile injured judokas that were unable to participate were Brazils Flávio Canto, bronze medallist in the -81 kg category at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games, who tore a ligament in his right elbow during the 2007 Pan American Games (during the event, Canto participated as a commentator for the Brazilian paid sports channel, Sportv); and Japans Tadahiro Nomura, the three-time Olympic champion and heavy favorite in the -60 kg category was forced to withdraw only a few weeks before the event due to injury (his replacement was able to place 7th in the competition).

 

MEN

 

Open

1. Y. Muneta               JPN

2. J. Rybak                  BLR

3. M. Bataille              FRA

3. A. Tangriev             UZB

 

 

+100 kg

1. T. Riner                FRA

2. T. Tmenov            RUS

3. L. Gujejiani          GEO

3. J. Schlittler           BRA

 

 

100 kg

1. L. Correa             BRA

2. P. Cousins           GBR

3. D. Hadfi              HUN

3. O. Despaigne       CUB

 

 

90 kg

1. I.Tsirakidze             GEO

2. I. Iliadis                   GRE

3. R. Meloni                 ITA

3. I. Pershin                 RUS

 

 

81 kg

1. T. Camilo            BRA

2. A. Rodriguez       FRA

3. G. Elmont            NED

3. F. Burton             GBR

 

 

73 kg

1. W. KI-Chun        KOR

2. E. Mammadli      AZE

3. Y. Kanamaru       JPN

3. R. Bokijev           TJK

 

 

66 kg

1. J. Derly                    BRA

2. Y. Arencibia            CUB

3. A. Miresmaeili          IRI

3. M. Ungvári             HUN

 

 

 

60 kg

1. R. Houkes            NED

2. N. Khergiani        GEO

3. L. Paischer           AUT

3. C. Min-HO          KOR

 

 

WOMEN

Open

1. M. Tsukada              JPN

2. L. Polavder              SLO

3. A-S. Mondiere         FRA

3. E. Ivashchenko        RUS

 

 

+78 kg

1. T. Wen                 CHN

2. M. Tsukada           JPN

3. S. Köppen             GER

3. C. Uilenholed        NED

 

 

78 kg

1. Y. Laborde          CUB

2. S. Nakazawa        JPN

3. S. Possamai         FRA

3. J. Gyeong-Mi      KOR

70 kg

1. G.Emane                 FRA

2. R. Rousey               USA

3. Y. Scaoin                 ITA

3. A. Mészáros           HUN

 

 

63 kg

1. D. Gonzalez        CUB

2. L. Decosse           FRA

3. E. Willeboordse   NED

3. A. Tanimoto         JPN

 

 

57 kg

1. K. Sun-Hui          PRK

2. T. Monteiro         POR

3. A. Sato                 JPN

3. B. Baczkó           HUN

 

 

52 kg

1. S. Junjie                  CHN

2. T. Monteiro             POR

3. A. Kum-Ae              PRK

3. Y. Nishida                JPN

 

 

 

48 kg

1. R. Tany                JPN

2. Y. Bermoy           CUB

3. F. Jossinet            FRA

3. A. Dumitru          ROU

 

 

 

 

 

 

2009 WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2009 World Judo Championships was held in the Ahoy indoor sporting arena in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on 26 to 30 August.

 

 

 

MEN

 

+100 kg

1. T. Riner                  FRA

2. O. Braison              CUB

3. A. Tangriev            UZB

3. M. Paskevicius       LTU

 

 

 

 

100 kg

1. M. Rakov             KAZ

2. H. Grol                 NED

3. E: Darwish           EGY

3. T. Anai                 JPN

 

 

90 kg

1. L. Kyu-Won       KOR

2. K. Denisov          RUS

3. H. Mesbah          EGY

3. D. Choriev          UZB

 

 

81 kg

1. I. Nifontov               RUS

2. S. Shundzikau          BLR

3. O. Bischof               GER

3. K. Jae-Bum               KOR

 

 

73 kg

1. W. Ki-Chun        KOR

2. K. Chol-Su          PRK

3. D. Van Tichelt     BEL

3. M. Isaev              RUS

 

 

66 kg

1. K. Tsagaanbaatar  MGL

2. S. Uriarte              ESP

3. M. Ungvari           HUN

3. A. Jeong-Hwan     KOR

 

 

60 kg

1. G. Zantaraya            UKR

2. H. Hiraoka                JPN

3. H. Davtyan              ARM

3. E. Verde                   ITA

 

 

 

 

WOMEN

+78kg

1. T. Wen                    CHN

2. K. Bryant                 GBR

3. I. Ortiz                     CUB

3. M. Tsukada              JPN

 

 

78 kg

1. M. Verkerk           NED

2. M. Pryschepa        UKR

3. H. Wollert             GER

3. Y. Sun                   CHN

 

 

70 kg

1. Y. Alvear             COL

2. A. Mészáros        HUN

3. M. Watanabe        JPN

3. H. Miled              TUN

63 kg

1. Y. Ueno               JPN

2. E. Willeboordse     NED

3. C. Malzahn            GER

3. A. Schlesinger       ISR

 

 

57 kg

1. M. Rivout            FRA

2. T. Monteiro         POR

3. K. Gasimova       AZE

3. H. Karakas          HUN

 

 

52 kg

1. M. Nakamura      JPN

2. Y. Bermoy          CUB

3. A. Carrascosa      ESP

3. R. Tarangul         GER

 

 

48 kg

1. T. Fukumi                JPN

2. O. Blanco                 ESP

3. C. Yung-Jeon          KOR

3. F. Jossinet                FRA

 

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