Telma Monteiro Judoka

Telma Monteiro

Telma Monteiro

  • Country:Portugal
  • Born:27 December 1985 (32 years)
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Telma Monteiro won Olympic bronze in 2016 in Rio and is five times European Champion and four times vice World Champion in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2014. Monteiro won 5 World medals and 12 European medals. She won the Grand Slam in Paris in 2012 and 2015. In July 2017 she made her comeback and won won at the European Open in Minsk. She won the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2018.
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Fifth Grand Slam crown for Portuguese ace Telma Monteiro

17 Mar 2018 19:10

Olympic bronze medallist and three-time world silver medallist Telma Monteiro op Portugal topped the U57kg medal podium of the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg with a typically mature and calculated performance. Read more

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Strong presence for Russians at Grand Slam Ekaterinburg

16 Mar 2018 17:20

This weekend the IJF World Judo Tour 2018 landed in Russia with Olympic and world champions among the stars on show at the third Grand Slam of the season, Ekaterinburg 2018. Read more

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Sumiya Dorjsuren gives Mongolia the long desired gold U57kg

30 Aug 2017 18:50

Mongolia finally have what they want; justice. The World title is for Sumiya Dorjsuren who may be the strongest over the last two years including the Olympic Games, but that doesn’t count if you don’t go home with the gold medal, now Dorjsuren does. Read more

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Dorjsuren aims for revenge at World Championships, World Preview U57kg

30 Aug 2017 00:00

Will Mongolia have a second female world champion in 2017? At the Worlds in Budapest Sumiya Dorjsuren is the top favorite in her category U57kg based on her very strong performance at the 2016 Rio Olympics, where she dispatched Matsumoto for ippon like it was child's play. Read more

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Portuguese Monteiro and Siderot gear-up to World Championships form

22 Jul 2017 20:20

Who would have expected Portugal to lead the medal table after Day 1 of the European Open in Minsk? In fact, the Portuguese celebrated two gold medals. A medal for Telma Monteiro was penciled in, but the surprise victory for Maria Siderot brought Portugal the first gold of the day. Read more

Result City Date
3Tel Aviv26 Apr
1Ekaterinburg17 Mar
7Paris10 Feb
5Budapest2017
1Minsk2017

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