Tadahiro Nomura Judoka

Tadahiro Nomura

Tadahiro Nomura

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:10 December 1974 (43 years)
  • Popularity
Olympic Judo legend Tadahiro Nomura is the king of judo. He won three Olympic titles from 1996, 2000 and 2004. He was 1997 World Champion but knew exactly when to peak. His uncle had won an Olympic gold medal at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.
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Trendy throw: floating elbow morote-seoi

25 Jun 2018 21:55

We at JudoInside with our partner, JudoCrazy, like to spot new trends as well as old trends that have gone largely unnoticed. A good example of an emerging trend that we spotted early on was the "Reverse Seoi-Nage". Read more

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Tadahiro Nomura won Paris in his Olympic years

8 Feb 2018 16:55

Tadahiro Nomura is still record holder when it comes to Olympic gold medals. The king of judo won the world title in 1997 and has good memories to the French capital. Nomura won the Tournoi de Paris twice, in 2000 and 2004, exactly the years in which he captured the Olympic titles. The IJF interviewed the legendary Nomura about his Paris feelings. Read more

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Twitter shifting to insta also in judo

2 Feb 2016 12:30

Judoka travel a lot, are used to go public and communicate a lot during travelling and to get funding for their activities. One of the most popular social media besides Facebook has always been twitter. But also among the top twitter accounts, twitter isn’t that popular anymore. Read more

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Tadahiro Nomura’s third Olympic Gold in 2004 Athens

14 Aug 2004 23:55

After his success in the 2000 Sydney Olympics Tadahiro Nomura disappeared once again and would re-emerge only in 2003. His first international tournament then was the 2003 Warsaw World Cup where he failed to get any medal (he lost the bronze match to Kenji Uematsu of Spain). Read more

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Tadahiro Nomura’s second Olympic Gold in 2000 Sydney

16 Sep 2000 23:35

Buoyed by his unexpected win in Atlanta, Tadahiro Nomura went on to win the World Championships the following year, in 1997 in Paris. Then he promptly disappeared from the international scene until September 1998 when he competed in the World Team Championships in Minsk that year. After that, he was gone from the international scene again and only re-emerged in 2000 for that year's Tournoi de Paris (now called Paris Grand Slam), which he won. Read more

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1Geneve2013
2Ulaanbaatar2010
3Fukuoka2008
2Hamburg2008
1Fukuoka2007

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