Hyoga Ota Judoka

Hyoga Ota

Hyoga Ota

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:9 December 1997 (21 years)
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Japanese judoka Hyoga Ota took bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016 and became World Cadet Champion U18 in 2013 in Miami. Ota won gold at the European Open in Rome in 2017. He won the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2018.
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Also Hyoga Ota can win a Grand Slam

18 Mar 2018 18:05

Japanese youngster Ota Hyoga of Japan won the last final of the Ekaterinburg Grand Slam 2018 with a narrow win triumph over former European champion Henk Grol (NED) at +100kg. Ota, 20, was pitted against one of the most experienced and most accomplished judoka in the entire competition in two-time Olympic bronze medallist Grol. Read more

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Polish victory for Piotr Kuczera gives confidence for European Championships

19 Feb 2017 16:40

Four different nations captured the gold medals the second day in Rome. The opening matches in the final block of the European Open was the U81kg category, where Italy had greatest opportunity to medal, but both Matteo Marconcini, and earlier Antonio Esposito, lost. Read more

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Ojitani Takeshi tops Grand Slam medal podium in Tokyo

4 Dec 2016 14:15

Ojitani Takeshi gave Japan and Tokai University a second heavyweight triumph on the final day having seen his teammate Asahina Sarah win the women’s title. Ojitani, 24, also celebrated his first gold medal success at a Grand Slam and had to overcome domestic opposition to achieve it. Read more

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Dutch Juniors impress at Junior European Cup in Gdynia

18 Jul 2016 15:05

The teams of the Netherlands, Japan and Italy were the best nations at the European Cup for Juniors in Gdynia, the new location for the annual tournament U21 years in Poland. The Dutch juniors collected 12 medals including three titles, the same amount of gold for Japan and Italy. The host nation was a bit unlucky with two lost finals, but a total of 7 medals wasn’t so bad and better than last two years. Read more

Result City Date
3Fukuoka6 Apr
3Chiba2018
1Ekaterinburg2018
1Vladiwostok2017
1Taipei2017

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