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SERBIA CELEBRATES FIRST WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS WIN WHILE JAPAN AND BRAZIL ALSO TASTE GOLD

The fifth day of the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships produced a Serbian winner for the first time in the sport’s history while Japan returned to winning ways and Brazil tasted gold at the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena. Japan’s world number one ARAI Chizuru (JPN) won her country’s sixth world title in Budapest after [..]

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2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships 2017, Budapest – DAY FOUR

The fourth day of the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships belonged to Europe’s elite as France and Germany struck on Thursday at the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena. France and Europe won their first and Europe’s first gold medals in Budapest as Japan missed top spot for the first time and missed the medal podium [..]

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111 Olympic medalists at the 2017 Judo World Championships

Plenty of Olympic medalists gather together in the Papp László Budapest Sport Arena every day during the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships. A total of 111 former and active judokas take part in the event, they have all won at least one medal at the Olympic Games in their career. 45 of them are still [..]

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2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships 2017, Budapest – DAY THREE

President of Mongolia, H.E. BATTULGA Khaltmaa, witnesses heroic Mongolian victory The 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships saw Mongolia break Japan’s strangehold over the gold medals on Wednesday as Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist DORJSUREN Sumiya became their country’s second female world champion in the history of Mongolia and first non-Japanese winner here in Budapest, in front [..]

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