Tina Trstenjak Judoka

Tina Trstenjak

Tina Trstenjak

  • Country:Slovenia
  • Born:24 August 1990 (26 years)
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Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia won the Olympic title in Rio 2016 following up Urska Zolnir. Tina won the World title in 2015 in Astana and World bronze in 2014. She is 2016 European Judo champion and won silver at the European Games in 2015 and four European medals in total. In 2015 she won the Grand Slam Paris and Grand Prix Düsseldorf in 2016 and continued with the Grand Slam victory in Paruis in 2017.
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Tina Trstenjak shows her superiority over arch-rival Agbegnenou

11 Feb 2017 20:50

The anticipated Rio 2016 Olympic final rematch came in the final contest on day one as Tina Trstenjak defeated Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA). In a fitting end to a fantastic day of judo, the world, European and Olympic champion from Slovenia, who is one of the most well-drilled judoka in the sport, shut out powerhouse Agbegnenou at every turn. Read more

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Clash Agbegnenou and Trstenjak expected dream final in Paris

10 Feb 2017 18:05

The Grand Slam in Paris is the first IJF World Tour event in the road to the 2020 Olympic Games. It is comparable to the 2013 edition. In that edition the French and Japanese athletes dominated in Bercy. This weekend the forecast is the same with 28 French women 10 Japanese, a mix of experience and new generation. Read more

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IJF awards 14 World leaders 50,000 USD each

1 Feb 2017 09:15

The International Judo Federation has awarded all 14 judoka who ended 2016 as the world number ones with an extra $50,000 each in prize money. Seven male judoka and seven female judoka received the cash windfall as 10 countries were represented at the top of the final world ranking list for 2016. Read more

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Year overview of the World Leading women judoka of 2016

20 Dec 2016 14:25

Three European athletes, two Asian and two Pan American athletes are leading the last World Ranking of the year, what was called the IJF Prestige ranking. Mongolia is the most dominant nation in the world ranking for women with two leading positions. Former Mongolian, now Kazakh judoka Otgontsetseg Galbadrakh won the most prize money, $15,500 of which 20% went to her coach. Read more

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Austrian Kathrin Unterwurzacher picks up the road of success

3 Dec 2016 12:10

Austria's Kathrin Unterwurzacher won her second career Grand Slam gold medal as she defeated former Junior World Championships winner Minei Miho for U63kg gold. Read more

Result City Date
1Paris11 Feb
1Budapest2016
3Tokyo2016
1Rio de Janeiro2016
2Budapest2016

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