Artsiom Kolasau Judoka

Artsiom Kolasau

Artsiom Kolasau

  • Country:Belarus
  • Born:31 May 2001 (18 years)
  • Popularity
Belarus judo talent Artsiom Kolasau became Youth Olympic Champion in 2018 in Buenos Aires. He won gold at the Youth Olympic Games team event in 2018. In 2018 he won gold at the Cadet European Cup in Zagreb. Artsiom Kolasau (BLR) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for cadets U55kg in 2018. He clinched a bronze medal at the Belarus senior Championships in Mogilev in 2020.
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Artsiom Kolasau takes double gold with Olympic Team Event

10 Oct 2018 22:50

The final of the Team event of the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires delivered a mix of athletes. The teams were named after the host cities of the Olympic Games, it was the Team Beijing that won the tournament ahead of Team Athens for the silver medals and Team London and Team Rio de Janeiro for the bronze medals. Read more

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Youth Olympic Games kick off with three young champions

7 Oct 2018 22:30

At the first day of the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires three young champions were crowned. Artsiom Kolasau (BLR U55kg), Maria Gimenez (VEN -U44kg) and Vugar Talibov (AZE U66kg) took the gold medals. Read more

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Historic medal for Kosovo at Cadet European Championships

28 Jun 2018 21:00

Russia was expected and Russia won. At the first day of the Cadet European Championships in Sarajevo the Russian team leads with three gold medals of the six handed out. In the hall Zetra in Sarajevo where the 1984 Olympic Spirit can still be found around the venue, an inspiring environment for Europe’s biggest talents. Read more

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Zagreb crushes all records with almost 800 youngsters

12 Mar 2018 14:30

Almost 800 judoka from 37 nations and lots of coaches attended the European Cup for Cadets in Zagreb. Not far away from home, the Hungarian judoka performed best with three gold medals, followed by the Croatian talents, also capturing three gold medals but no other medals, very efficient though. Read more