Judo Grand Prix Düsseldorf Results


German Heide Wollert (78kg) and Egyptian Islam El Shehaby (+100kg) were the only non-oriental judoka to go in the highest step of the podium in the last day of competition in Düsseldorf.

All other gold medals went to Asia, with Jae-Bum Kim (KOR, 81kg), Yuya Yoshida (JPN, 90kg), Takamasa Anai (JPN, 100kg), Mina Watanabe (JPN, 70kg) and Megumi Tachimoto (JPN, +78kg) winning the remaining categories. Altogether, however, an expressive number of 24 out of 45 participating nations came home with medals (seven becoming gold). And 206 from the 338 combats finished by ippon, the highest score.

RESULTS – GRAND PRIX DÜSSELDORF 2010

Men

-81 kg:
1. Jae-Bum Kim, KOR
2. Euan Burton, GBR
3. Robert Krawczyk, POL
3. Dae-Nam Song, KOR
5. Safouane Attaf, MAR
5. Emmanuel Lucenti, ARG
5. Shokir Muminov, UZB
5. Siarhei Shundzikau, BLR

-90 kg:
1. Yuya Yoshida, JPN
2. Nabiev Khurshid, UZB
3. Timur Bolat, KAZ
3. Dilshod Choriev, UZB
5. Marvin De La Croes, NED
5. Elkhan Mammadov, AZE
5. Hesham Mesbah, EGY
5. Daiki Nishiyama, JPN

-100 kg:
1. Takamasa Anai, JPN
2. Lukas Krpalek, CZE
3. Luciano Correa, BRA
3. Elco Van Der Geest, BEL
5. Benjamin Behrla, GER
5. Hee-Tae Hwang, KOR
5. Daviti Loriashvili, GEO
5. Roman Polosin, RUS

+100 kg:
1. Islam El Shehaby, EGY
2. Keiji Suzuki, JPN
3. Zviadi Khanjaliashvili, GEO
3. Robert Zimmermann, GER
5. Anis Chedly, TUN
5. Lasha Gujejiani, GEO
5. Sung-Min Kim, KOR
5. Renat Saidov, RUS

Full Event Results can be found here.

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~ by admin on February 23, 2010.

2 Responses to “Judo Grand Prix Düsseldorf Results”

  1. which do you guys think are the ten best countries at judo

  2. which weight class, or combined?

    overall my pick would be Japan.

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