Taciana Cesar Judoka

Taciana Cesar

Taciana Cesar

  • Country:Guinea-Bissau
  • Born:17 December 1983 (36 years)
  • Popularity
Taciana Lima or Taciana Cesar was born in Brazil, but switched to Guinéa-Bissau in 2013. She won 6 World Cups, for both Brazil as Guinee. Taciana Lima-Baldé or Taciana Reze has a strong Ouchi-gari and she won 6 consecutive African titles since 2013. She was PanAm Champion in 2001. Reached the world ranking top 5. She changed her name to Taciana Cesar after her marriage in 2017. She took bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017. She captured the gold medal at the African Open in Dakar in 2019.
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Reaching the last eight in judo is artwork

20 Dec 2019 16:55

It's not easy to find the pace to deliver each event over and over again. American judoka Chantal Wright is the athlete with most Olympic qualification events without reaching the quarter finals. In 13 World Cups she couldn’t reach the last eight, meaning quarter final or repechage match. Taciana Cesar, Aisha Gurbanli and Alexandru Raicu were also a bit unlucky in their first rounds. Read more

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South Africa celebrates first continental gold since 2014

26 Apr 2019 09:25

South Africa’s Geronay Whitebooi delighted the home crowd by claiming the women’s U48 kilograms gold medal on the opening day of the African Senior Judo Championships in Cape Town. Whitebooi beat Algeria’s Hadjer Mecerem in the final at Cape Town University's Indoor Sports Hall. It was for the first time since 2014 South African won a continental title. Read more

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Africa seeking for talent to replace old success generation

25 Apr 2019 10:45

Tunisia, Algeria are always the top nations at African Championships. Usually followed by Egypt, Morocco and a big midfield that includes South Africa that is the host for the 2019 edition of the African Senior Judo Championships. Read more

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Judo is a lifestyle, but coming back as a mother is tough

5 Nov 2018 09:00

After having a baby, Japan's Kaori Matsumoto declared that she was ready to make a comeback for Tokyo 2020. Getting back as a mother isn't that easy. Just a hand full of strong judo women had a successful comeback, but most struggle or their mind has changed. It let's admit, there's more important than judo, but there's nothing more important for our lifestyle. Read more

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Switching judokas increase in the road to Tokyo2020

20 Feb 2018 16:40

Switching nations seems are still a trend, as judo is overwhelmed with judoka who switch nation, either to get a chance, either to get better financial circumstances. Although switches all from all times, but this Olympic cycle it's a method. With the latest three Mongolian athletes a new wave of many has started with the Tokyo 2020 Games ahead more will follow Read more

Result City Date
1Coimbra26 Sep
1Dakar2019
2Coimbra2019
1Cape Town2019
5Marrakech2019

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