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Belarus
BLR
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 Belarussian who won a World Championships medal. Belarus won 9 World medals, the first two by Natik Bagirov. Also 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. Dzmitry Minkou won the Grand Prix Tashkent in 2017 and the European U23 title. Also Daniel Mukete won European U23 gold against Mikita Sviryd.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Ihar Makarau 2 1 4
Siarhei Shundzikau 1 2 0
Maryna Slutskaya 2 0 1
Andrei Kazusionak 1 0 3
Anatoly Laryukov 1 0 2
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 Belarus Championships Mogilev NC Mogilev 15 Feb 2020
2 European Games Minsk mixed teams ETC Minsk 25 Jun 2019
3 Sambo European Games Minsk SECh Minsk 22 Jun 2019
4 European Games Minsk ECh Minsk 22 Jun 2019
5 Belarus Championships Mogilev NC Mogilev 8 Feb 2019
1.
Judo event Belarus Championships Mogilev
Type NC
Place Mogilev
Date 15 Feb 2020
2.
Judo event European Games Minsk mixed teams
Type ETC
Place Minsk
Date 25 Jun 2019
3.
Judo event Sambo European Games Minsk
Type SECh
Place Minsk
Date 22 Jun 2019
4.
Judo event European Games Minsk
Type ECh
Place Minsk
Date 22 Jun 2019
5.
Judo event Belarus Championships Mogilev
Type NC
Place Mogilev
Date 8 Feb 2019
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Katsiaryna Novikava 30 Nov 1993 29 years
2 Igor Koliev 30 Nov 1967 55 years
3 Anton Kandratsenka 1 Dec 1995 27 years
4 Dzmitry Papok 1 Dec 1989 33 years
5 Ilya Basiankou 4 Dec 1998 24 years
1.
Name Katsiaryna Novikava
Birthdate 30 Nov 1993
Age 29
2.
Name Igor Koliev
Birthdate 30 Nov 1967
Age 55
3.
Name Anton Kandratsenka
Birthdate 1 Dec 1995
Age 27
4.
Name Dzmitry Papok
Birthdate 1 Dec 1989
Age 33
5.
Name Ilya Basiankou
Birthdate 4 Dec 1998
Age 24