Hyoga Ota Judoka

Hyoga Ota

Hyoga Ota

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:9 December 1997 (22 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. He claimed a silver medal at the Grand Slam of Osaka in 2019.
  • Inal Tasoev (RUS), Hyoga Ota (JPN) - Grand Slam Osaka (2019, JPN) - © IJF Gabriela Sabau, International Judo Federation
  • Inal Tasoev (RUS), Hyoga Ota (JPN) - Grand Slam Osaka (2019, JPN) - © IJF Gabriela Sabau, International Judo Federation
  • Inal Tasoev (RUS), Hyoga Ota (JPN), Kokoro Kageura (JPN), Alisher Yusupov (UZB) - Grand Slam Osaka (2019, JPN) - © IJF Marina Mayorova, International Judo Federation
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN), Henk Grol (NED), Tamerlan Bashaev (RUS), Rafael Silva (BRA) - Grand Slam Ekaterinburg (2018, RUS) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN) - Grand Slam Ekaterinburg (2018, RUS) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Young-Seo Ju (KOR), Hyoga Ota (JPN) - Grand Slam Tokyo (2016, JPN) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Takeshi Ojitani (JPN), Kokoro Kageura (JPN), Hyoga Ota (JPN), Ryu Shichinohe (JPN) - Grand Slam Tokyo (2016, JPN) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN) - All Japan U21 Championships Saitama (2016, JPN) - © ejudo
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN) - Cadet World Championships Miami (2013, USA) - © Menno Lesterhuis
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN), Harun Sadikovic (BIH) - Cadet World Championships Miami (2013, USA) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Hyoga Ota (JPN), Harun Sadikovic (BIH), Messie Katanga (FRA), Ruslan Shakhbazov (RUS) - Cadet World Championships Miami (2013, USA) - © IJF Media Team, International Judo Federation
  • Tamerlan Bashaev (RUS), Hyoga Ota (JPN), Fedir Panko (UKR), Cemal Erdogan (TUR) - European Cup Cadets Bielsko Biala (2013, POL) - © Stanislaw Michalowski
Result City Date
2Osaka2019
3Fukuoka2019
3Chiba2018
1Ekaterinburg2018
1Vladiwostok2017

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