Arash Miresmaeili Judoka

Arash Miresmaeili

Arash Miresmaeili

  • Country:Iran
  • Born:3 March 1981 (38 years)
  • Popularity
Judoka Arash Miresmaeili of Iran was double World Champion 2001-2003, he won 3 medals in total and three Asian titles. Miresmaeili was born in Khorramabad (Iran) and was coached by Mohammad Reza. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Iranian world champ Arash Miresmaeili was disqualified for weighing in at nearly four pounds above the limit U66kg as he didn’t want to fight Ehud Vaks (ISR). Miresmaili was later awarded $125,000 by the Government, the same amount given to Olympic gold medallists.
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Iran Judo Federation suspended by IJF

18 Sep 2019 11:45

Following what happened during the last World Judo Championships Tokyo 2019, the International Judo Federation pronounces against the Iran Judo Federation a protective suspension from all competitions, administrative and social activities organized or authorized by International Judo Federation and its Unions. Read more

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Historic agreement reached by IJF and Iran

11 May 2019 19:45

After having witnessed on several occasions in recent history a disturbing phenomenon, which involves the sudden “injury” or failure of weigh-in of Iranian athletes, phenomenon which is linked by many observers to the possible obligation of the given athletes to compete against certain countries, the International Judo Federation decided to step up in order to protect the right of athletes to fair competition. Read more

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Arash Miresmaeili elected as President of Iranian Judo Federation

16 Mar 2019 12:30

Former double World Champion Arash Miresmaeili has been elected for a four-year term till 2023 by receiving 32 votes out of 43 votes in the presidential elections held at the Iran’s Academy Olympic in Teheran. Read more

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Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 4

29 Oct 2000 19:30

Day 4 of the 2000 Junior World Judo Championships in Nabeul in Tunisia saw the final three categories battle it out on the mats. Competing for gold were the female heavyweights in the +78kg category and the two lightest categories for men: -60kg and -66kg. These last two were also the largest with 46 competitors in each weight class. Read more

Result City Date
5Abu Dhabi2011
7Guangzhou2010
2Almaty2010
1Jeju2008
3Rio de Janeiro2007

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