European Cadet Championships U18 Sofia - Event

European Cadet Championships U18 Sofia

  • Date: 3 Jul 2015 - 5 Jul 2015
  • Place: Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Type: European Cadet Championships
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Azerbaijani Judo Federation working to get more on international tatami

5 Nov 2016 14:35

The Azerbaijani Judo Federation is keen to strengthen the squad of the women’s team. Elmar Babanli, Secretary General of the Federation said that women’s team would be able to compete in a number of categories at once. Read more

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Emilia Kanerva opens the treasury for Finland

4 Jul 2015 19:05

At the second and last individual day of the European Cadet Championships, next year’s host of this event could cheer. Emilia Kanerva boosted the event with a gold medal U57kg. The General Secretary of the Finnish Judo Association, Miikka Neuvonen, said: "It was the first time in 15 years that Finland won gold at a Cadet Europeans. It is definitely a boost for next year and we needed that. Everyone needs a role model and an example, and now we have one." Read more

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Unique distribution of gold medals at European Cadet Championships

3 Jul 2015 20:05

A unique record today at the Cadet European Championships. Never it occurred that all gold medals were captured by eight different nations after the first day. At a normal day over three matchdays 5 or 6 weight categories are held. This edition even 8 as on Sunday the team event takes places. Nonetheless eight different winners for the first time in history. Read more

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New judo heroes are made at European Cadet Championships

1 Jul 2015 16:05

This week the European Championships for Cadets will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria. This event is of a particular importance for many reasons. First of all, it is a qualifier for the World Cadet Judo Championships in Sarajevo in August. Secondly, the cadet age group is the first and most challenging step to the higher level, and many young judoka have proved to become a champion such as Arsen Galstyan, Ilias Iliadis, Elnur Mammadli and from the past Angelo Parisi. They all won the Olympic title later in their careers. Read more