World Championships Tokyo - Event

World Championships Tokyo

  • Date: 25 Aug 2019 - 1 Sep 2019
  • Place: Tokyo, Japan
  • Type: World Championships
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We are All with Saeid Mollaei

16 Sep 2020 14:00

2019 World Champion Sagi Muki supported 2018 World Champion Saeid Mollaei on social media in advance of the trial at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Thursday. The Iran Judo Federation were suspended by the International Judo Federation (IJF) last October until they give guarantees that they will not boycott matches against Israeli opponents. Read more


Sharafuddin Lutfillaev receives honourable State prize

28 Aug 2020 10:30

At 27 August World Championships silver medallist Sharafuddin Lutfillaev from Uzbekistan was awarded the State prize “Mard O’g’loni” – “Brave Son of the Motherland” - by Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Only three athletes have ever received this award, Lutfillaev is the first judoka in this elite club. Read more


Te-Wazalyzed: Michael Korrel’s Sleeve Seoi Overshoot

27 Aug 2020 12:05

Just because a technique looks sloppy doesn’t mean it’s that way by accident. Sometimes, it’s intentional and serves a purpose. This seems to definitely apply in the case of Michael Korrel’s seoi-nage overshoot that’s done off uke’s sleeve. Get Te-Wazalyzed by Oon Yeoh. Read more


Sharafuddin Lutfillaev eager to win the gold medal at highest level

3 Aug 2020 11:20

Sharafuddin Lutfillaev took silver at the 2019 World Championships in Tokyo where he had a great day, but in fact forgot to win the gold medal. The spectacular judoka from Uzbekistan is for years one of the sensations in the lightweight division U60kg. Together with Diyorbek Urozboev, who won the bronze medal at the 2016 Olympic Games, Lutfillaev confirms the strong presence of former Soviet countries like Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Russia. Read more


Humble champion Tina Trstenjak wants to enjoy more

22 Jul 2020 10:15

Tina Trstenjak has won everything. At European Championships, World Championships and the Olympic Games she stood on the highest step of the podium. But the road to this goal was not always a walk in the park and it is not over yet. In social media we saw Tina more from another side and perhaps this is the new Tina, a woman who enjoys what she is doing, more aware who she is. JudoInside's Diana Suess got to know her a bit better. Read more