Judo in Germany

Germany celebrated three Judo Olympic Champions: Ole Bischof in 2008, Yvonne Bönisch in 2004 and Udo Quellmalz in 1996. Germany won 18 Olympic judo medals and the last one was bronze by Laura Vargas Koch in Rio2016. Germany had five World Champions Florian Wanner was the last judo world champion in 2003. Also Johanna Hagn, Daniel Lascau and Udo Quellmalz who won two world titles. Quellmalz is the most successful German judoka. The IJF Judo Grand Prix is held in Düsseldorf, from 2018 a Grand Sl. Also European Cups for cadets, juniors and seniors are organised by the DJB, the Deutsche Judo Bund. The Junior women of Germany are European Team Champion.

Judo legends B S G

  • Udo Quellmalz
  • 303
  • Ole Bischof
  • 222
  • Yvonne Boenisch
  • 041
  • Frank Moeller
  • 721
  • Andreas Toelzer
  • 521

Udo Quellmalz - Super star

Ole Bischof - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Szaundra Diedrich
  • 002
  • Theresa Stoll
  • 021
  • Martyna Trajdos
  • 011
  • Alexander Wieczerzak
  • 001
  • Dominic Ressel
  • 020

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
European Club Championships Wuppertal men ECCWuppertal 25 Nov 2017
European Club Championships Wuppertal women ECCWuppertal 25 Nov 2017
Bundesliga finals 2017 men LeipzigNTCLeipzig4 Nov 2017
International Bayer Cup Leverkusen U17ITCadLeverkusen21 Oct 2017
International Bayer Cup Leverkusen U20ITJunLeverkusen21 Oct 2017

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Sophia Stueber13 Dec 199720 years
Miriam Schneider13 Dec 199621 years
Nadja Nick13 Dec 198928 years
Niklas Von Freeden13 Dec 198829 years
Katharina Marzok13 Dec 198037 years

Partners

First description Second description Third description Four description
Result City Date
2Tokyo3 Dec
1Hohhot2 Jul
3Warsaw22 Apr
1Antalya9 Apr
5Düsseldorf26 Feb