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 six World Champions Alexander Wieczerzak was the last judo world champion in 2017. Udo Quellmalz won two world titles and is the most successful German judoka. The Judo Grand Slam is held in Düsseldorf, since 2018 it has a Grand Slam status. Also the DJB, the Deutsche Judo Bund, organises European Cups for cadets, juniors and seniors. Dominic Ressel won this year's Grand Slam in Paris. Daniel Keller was elected as new DJB President.

Judo legends B S G

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

Udo Quellmalz - Super star

Dominic Ressel - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Anna-Maria Wagner
  • 232
  • Sven Heinle
  • 002
  • Luise Malzahn
  • 231
  • Giovanna Scoccimarro
  • 211
  • Miriam Butkereit
  • 111

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
Bremen Open International tournamentITBremen7 Dec 2019
Bremen Open U18 International tournamentITCadBremen7 Dec 2019
International U17 tournament HolzwickedeITCadHolzwickede9 Nov 2019
International U17 tournament HerneITCadHerne9 Nov 2019
Bundesliga finals 2019 women WiesbadenNTCWiesbaden9 Nov 2019

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Erik Hobein22 Jan 200218 years
Nikita Krieger22 Jan 200119 years
Maxime Brausewetter22 Jan 199822 years
Christoph Barg22 Jan 199228 years
Gabriel Gillessen22 Jan 198832 years
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