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Tunisia
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In 2001 Tunisian judoka Anis Lounifi became the frist African World Champion in Munich. Lounifi won bronze in 2003. In 2009 Houda Miled won bronze in Rotterdam for Tunisia and in 2013 Jaicel Jaballah captured bronze. Nihel Cheikh Rouhou, Faicel Jaballah, Houda Miled and Anis Chedly won the African title more than 5 times. In 2000 the World Junior Championships were held in Nabeul. In 2010 and 2011 the IJF Grand Prix in Tunis and in 2016 the African Championships. Iskander Hachicha is President of the Tunisian Judo Federation.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Nihel Cheikh Rouhou 22 3 3
Faicel Jaballah 12 3 5
Anis Chedly 7 5 6
Houda Miled 9 2 3
Nesria Jlassi 5 3 3
Last 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Nihel Cheikh Rouhou 0 0 2
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 African Cup U21 Tunis IJFJun Tunis 8 Sep 2019
2 African Cup U18 Tunis IJFCad Tunis 7 Sep 2019
3 African Championships Tunis AfC Tunis 12 Apr 2018
4 Grand Prix Tunis GP Tunis 19 Jan 2018
5 Cadet African Open Tunis IJFCad Tunis 22 Apr 2017
1.
Judo event African Cup U21 Tunis
Type IJFJun
Place Tunis
Date 8 Sep 2019
2.
Judo event African Cup U18 Tunis
Type IJFCad
Place Tunis
Date 7 Sep 2019
3.
Judo event African Championships Tunis
Type AfC
Place Tunis
Date 12 Apr 2018
4.
Judo event Grand Prix Tunis
Type GP
Place Tunis
Date 19 Jan 2018
5.
Judo event Cadet African Open Tunis
Type IJFCad
Place Tunis
Date 22 Apr 2017
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Oumaima Bedioui 27 Jan 1998 24 years
2 Malek Abdellaoui 28 Jan 1996 26 years
3 Mohamed Aziz Hobbi 2 Feb 1999 23 years
4 Samah Jabnoun 3 Feb 2001 21 years
5 Raoudha Chaari 4 Feb 1973 49 years
1.
Name Oumaima Bedioui
Birthdate 27 Jan 1998
Age 24
2.
Name Malek Abdellaoui
Birthdate 28 Jan 1996
Age 26
3.
Name Mohamed Aziz Hobbi
Birthdate 2 Feb 1999
Age 23
4.
Name Samah Jabnoun
Birthdate 3 Feb 2001
Age 21
5.
Name Raoudha Chaari
Birthdate 4 Feb 1973
Age 49