Ronaldo Veitia Judoka

Ronaldo Veitia

Ronaldo Veitia

  • Country:Cuba
  • Born:21 October 1947 (72 years)
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Highly successful and famous judo coach Ronaldo Veitia stands for the Cuban successes of the women’s generation with countless World and Olympic medals. Ronaldo was inducted into the IJF Hall of Fame in 2018.
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19 new Hall of Famers inducted at World Championships opening gala

18 Sep 2018 23:10

The IJF inducted 19 luminaries from the sport into its Hall of Fame on Tuesday at a gala dinner at the Buta Palace in Baku ahead of the 2018 World Judo Championships. Judo legends, Olympic champions, sporting greats and special guests were among those in attendance. Read more

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Ronaldo Veitia awarded by Cuban Sports Institute

23 Jan 2016 23:05

Famous Cuban coach Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie who officially retired from his impressive career as the head coach of the female Cuban national team was honoured at the Grand Prix of Havana. In his path through judo, ‘Ronaldo’ as every one fondly called him, achieved outstanding results. Read more

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Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie awarded with IJF gold plaquette

6 Dec 2015 07:55

At the Grand Slam of Tokyo the famous Cuban coach Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie was presented the IJF plaquette, and the IJF gold card for his entire career and achievements by IJF General Secretary Jean-Luc Rouge, and IJF president Marius Vizer. Read more

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Portrait of a successful coach: Ronaldo Veitia

16 Jul 2015 10:35

Cuban coach Ronaldo Veitia announced he will retire after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. JudoInside.com digged into the success and gives an insight of the Cuban coach. Read more

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Cuban coach Ronaldo Veitia announces retirement

16 Jul 2015 10:15

Famous Cuban coach announced he will go on retirement after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, after several years as the architect of the excellent results achieved by Cuban judokas in the international arena. At the Pan American Games, the successful coach secured three gold medals with the Cuban team. Dayaris Mestre U48, Magdiel Estrada men’s U73kg and Idalys Ortiz +78kg won gold for Cuba. Read more

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