Grand Prix Antalya - Event

Grand Prix Antalya

  • Date: 7 Apr 2017 - 9 Apr 2017
  • Place: Antalya, Turkey
  • Type: Grand Prix
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Lukas Krpalek gaining golden confidence in his new category +100kg

9 Apr 2017 20:30

The last and most awaited final of the Grand Prix in Antalya was the one between the current U100kg Olympic Champion, Lukas Krpalek of Czech Republic and Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ). World Champion and Olympic champion in the lower category, Krpalek decided that he had already proved everything in U100KG and decided to move up to meet the ‘big boys’. Read more

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Kayra Sayit gives the home crowd the gold in Antalya

9 Apr 2017 20:05

The third and final day of the Antalya Grand Prix ended in a firework display for the host country, as Turkey added two more medals to its collection, including one in gold with the title of Kayra Sayit. Read more

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Adlan Bisultanov aiming for the number one position in Russia U100kg

9 Apr 2017 18:10

In the final of the Grand Prix of Antalya U100kg Adlan Bisultanov of Russia took the initiative and the victory. His opponent, former World Champion Maxim Rakov was penalised with a shido for passivity after the first minute. Halfway to the end with a superb tai-otoshi, Bisultanov scored a first waza-ari. Read more

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Russian Anastasiya Dmitrieva secures Grand Prix gold in Antalya

9 Apr 2017 18:05

The first women’s final of the third day of the Grand prix in Antalya opposed Yarden Mayersohn of Israel, who so far had no record on World Judo Tour events, and Anastasiya Dmitrieva of Russia, who before the final had an impressive record of eight medals in Grand Prix and Grand Slams. Read more

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Gantulga Altanbagana grabs only gold for Mongolia at Grand Prix in Turkey

9 Apr 2017 17:10

The first male category final of the day opposed Gantulga Altanbagana of Mongolia, who finished only seventh last week in Tbilisi and Komronshokh Ustopiriyon of Tajikistan, who also obtained seventh places in 2017 so far (Paris Grand Slam and Düsseldorf Grand Prix). Read more