Judo in Spain

Judo in Spain was successful for women: Isabel Fernández won the Olympic title in 2000 in Sydney. Miriam Blasco and Almudena Muñoz in 1992 in Barcelona. Ernesto Pérez was the only man to win an Olympic judo medal, in 1996 in Atlanta where Spain won three Olympic medals by Isabel Fernandez and Yolanda Soler. Miriam Blasco and Isabel Fernandez won the world title for the Spanish judo Federation in 1991 and 1997. Judo Spain had 25 European Champions, Sugoi Uriarte was the last in 2010 in Vienna. The European Open in Madrid is the biggest judo event. In 2018 Nikoloz Sherazadishvili won the first World Title for men and became the hero status.

Judo legends B S G

  • Isabel Fernández
  • 658
  • Miriam Blasco
  • 413
  • Sara Álvarez
  • 422
  • Yolanda Soler
  • 313
  • Almudena Muñoz
  • 012

Isabel Fernández - Super star

Nikoloz Sherazadishvili - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Nikoloz Sherazadishvili
  • 113
  • Sara Rodriguez
  • 002
  • Ana Perez Box
  • 321
  • Julia Figueroa
  • 121
  • Laura Martinez Abelenda
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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
European Cup U21 MalagaIJFJunMalaga18 May 2019
Sambo European Championships GijonSEChGijon17 May 2019
Sambo Combat European Championships GijonSEChGijon17 May 2019
Spanish University Championships ValenciaNUCValencia11 May 2019
Spanish Super Cup Internacional MarinITMarin6 Apr 2019

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Hector Lotero23 May 200019 years
Alejandro Fernandez Tenreiro23 May 200019 years
Garikoitz Sagarzazu23 May 199326 years
Sergio Sanz23 May 198435 years
Miguel Velasco23 May 198435 years