Judo in Poland

Judo in Poland gained popularity since the judo women became European Champion in 2016. The Polish Judo Assiacation is organiser of the European Championships in 2017. Polish Judo has a tradition with Olympic Champions Waldemar Legien in 1988 and 1992 and Pawel Nastula in 1996. Rafal Kubacki, Beata Maksymow and Pawel Nastula won two world titles. 13 Polish judoka won 19 European judo titles. The European women’s team consists of Agata Perenc, Arleta Podolak, Agata Ozdoba, Katarzyna Klys, Katarzyna Furmanek, Anna Borowska, Karolina Pieńkowska, Karolina Talach and Anna Zaleczna. Successful coach is Aneta Szczepanska.

Judo legends B S G

  • Beáta Maksymow
  • 1035
  • Pawel Nastula
  • 026
  • Waldemar Legien
  • 413
  • Rafal Kubacki
  • 623
  • Janusz Pawlowski
  • 710

Beáta Maksymow - Super star

Waldemar Legien - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Piotr Kuczera
  • 302
  • Anna Borowska
  • 102
  • Damian Szwarnowiecki
  • 201
  • Karolina Pieńkowska
  • 101
  • Karolina Talach
  • 101

Latest videos

Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
European Open KatowiceWCupKatowice4 Mar 2017
Oleśnica Junior tournamentITJunOleśnica16 Oct 2016
Oleśnica Cadet tournamentITCadOleśnica15 Oct 2016
Warsaw Judo Open Junior Tournament ITJunWarsaw24 Sep 2016
Warsaw Judo Open Cadet Tournament ITCadWarsaw24 Sep 2016

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Sebastian Banaszek30 Mar 199522 years
Damian Majda30 Mar 198631 years
Mateusz Bugaj31 Mar 199819 years
Mateusz Gruszczynski31 Mar 198928 years
Magdalena Rainczuk31 Mar 198037 years

Partners

First description Second description Third description Four description
Result City Date
5Düsseldorf26 Feb
1Rio de Janeiro2016
3Guadalajara2016
1Prague2016
2Vienna2015