World Junior Championships U20 Nabeul - Event

World Junior Championships U20 Nabeul

  • Date: 26 Oct 2000 - 29 Oct 2000
  • Place: Nabeul, Tunisia
  • Type: World Junior Championship
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WK 2001 Arash Miresmaeili

Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 4

29 Oct 2000 19:30

Day 4 of the 2000 Junior World Judo Championships in Nabeul in Tunisia saw the final three categories battle it out on the mats. Competing for gold were the female heavyweights in the +78kg category and the two lightest categories for men: -60kg and -66kg. These last two were also the largest with 46 competitors in each weight class. Read more

20100911_TokyoWCH_TAKAMATSU, Masahiro (JPN) - 9

Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 3

28 Oct 2000 22:10

Triumph for Japan and disappointment for the host nation were two of the main stories today as Japan's dynamic -73kg player, Masahiro Takamatsu captured the first gold medal of these championships for Japan to go along with the 3 silver and 5 bronze that they've amassed after three days of competition here at the 2000 HYUNDAI Junior World Championships. Read more

WK 2001 Zviadauri

Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 2

27 Oct 2000 22:05

Four different countries picked up gold medals on the second day of competition at the 2000 HYUNDAI Junior World Judo Championships, bringing the national anthem count to seven as we hit the half way mark of the tournament. Gold medals went to Cuba (-57kg), France (-63kg), Georgia (-90kg) and Germany (-100kg). Perennial favourites Japan, who has picked up more medals than any other nation with three silvers and three bronzes, has yet to take a gold. Read more

20070811_Braunschweig_Dumitru_Alina

Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 1

26 Oct 2000 22:05

With a record of 65 countries and 435 competitors, the 2000 Hyundai Junior World Judo Championships opened today under beautiful sunny skies in Nabeul, Tunisia. An enthusiastic crowd turned out to cheer on their hometown favourites and almost received a medal for all their efforts as Anis Chedly of Tunisia entered the semi finals of the +100kg category after a strong showing in the preliminaries held earlier in the day. Read more