Soyib Kurbonov Judoka

Soyib Kurbonov

Soyib Kurbonov

  • Country:Uzbekistan
  • Born:3 February 1988 (31 years)
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Uzbek judoka Soyib Kurbonov won the Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2016 and 2013 U100kg some of his career highlights, among various international World Cup medals. He won multiple national titles in Uzbekistan. He won an Asian senior medal U100kg. He won silver at the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2016.
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Soyib Kurbonov still Uzbekistans strongest

8 Oct 2016 18:05

The experienced Uzbekistan judoka Soyib Kurbonov went unbeaten on the final day of the Grand Prix in Tashkent to be crowned U100kg gold medallist as he defeated Madrid European Open bronze medallist Jalil Shukurov (AZE) in the final. Read more

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Better late than silver for golden Dutchman Michael Korrel

26 Jun 2016 22:45

Dutchman Michael Korrel defeated Asian Championships silver medallist Soyib Kurbonov of Uzbekistan to win his first Grand Prix gold medal and his country’s first title in Hungary. Korrel, European Championships bronze medallist, and Kurbonov were surprise finalists as German top seed Karl-Richard Frey could only manage a fifth-place finish. Read more

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Germany strong at prelims day two at GP Budapest

26 Jun 2016 14:45

German athletes qualified for three finals today at the Grand Prix in Budapest. Laura Vargas-Koch was able to reach the final after a victory against Sanne van Dijke (NED) U70kg, she will now face Rodriguez Elvismar of Venezuela who defeated Karen Nun-Ira of Japan in the semi. Both are qualified for the Olympic Games. Read more

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Elkhan Mammadov convinces with Grand Prix gold

15 May 2016 17:15

Former world champion Elkhan Mammadov of Azerbaijan defeated Samsun Grand Prix silver medallist Rafael Buzacarini of Brazil in the U100kg final for a highly-popular result as the winner had a considerable travelling party of Azerbaijan fans behind him. Read more

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Naidan Tuvshinbayar still good enough for Asian title

16 Apr 2016 17:10

Mongolian judo hero Naidan Tuvshinbayar is still ambitious enough to reach new goals. For the first time in his career the 31-year Olympic champion of Beijing claimed the Asian title. At the Asian Championships in Tashkent in Uzbekistan, Naidan defeated home favourite Soyib Kurbonov in the final U100kg. Naidan won all his four matches including the semi final against strong Iranian medal hope Javad Mahjoub who finished fifth in the end. Read more

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