Judo in Belarus

In 2004 Judo in Belarus celebrated the Olympic Judo title for Ihar Makarau in Athens. In 2000 Anatoly Laryukov won bronze in Sydney. Makarau had won World Championships bronze in 2003. In 2015 Darya Skrypnik was the first Belarus female judoka who won a World Championships medal. Belarus won 9 World medals, the first two by lightweight Natik Bagirov. Also heavyweight Juri Rybak won 2 medals at world level for Belarus. Rashad Mamedov, Anatoly Laryukov, Siarhei Shundzikau, Andrei Kazusionok and Ihar Makarau won the European judo title for Belarus.

Judo legends B S G

  • Ihar Makarau
  • 412
  • Siarhei Shundzikau
  • 021
  • Andrei Kazusionok
  • 301
  • Anatoly Laryukov
  • 201
  • Tatyana Moskvina
  • 320

Ihar Makarau - Super star

Mikita Sviryd - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Maryna Slutskaya
  • 223
  • Aliaksandr Vakhaviak
  • 111
  • Darya Skrypnik
  • 110
  • Viktar Larchanka
  • 010
  • Daniela Kazanoi
  • 200

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
Belarus U21 Championships MogilevNJunMogilev14 Mar 2017
Belarus Championships MogilevNCMogilev28 Jan 2017
Belarus U21 Championships MogilevNJunMogilev18 Mar 2016
Belarus Open Championships MogilevNCMogilev2 Feb 2016
European Open MinskWCupMinsk6 Jun 2015

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Volha Kurkovich31 May 198928 years
Leila Abbasava1 Jun 199027 years
Aliaksei Nihai1 Jun 198829 years
Mariya Kuznetsova1 Jun 198532 years
Rehina Shatrauskaya2 Jun 199225 years

Partners

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Result City Date
3Warsaw22 Apr
1Antalya9 Apr
5Düsseldorf26 Feb
1Rio de Janeiro2016
3Guadalajara2016