Cyrille Maret Judoka

Cyrille Maret

Cyrille Maret

  • Country:France
  • Born:11 August 1987 (32 years)
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French heavyweight Cyrille Maret won Olympic bronze in Rio in 2016. He won the Grand Slam of Paris from 2014-2016 and silver in 2017. Maret took six consecutive European medals 2013-2019, silver in 2017 and 2018. He was 2006 World Junior Champion. Maret won European Games gold with the team of France in 2015. He took silver at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016. He is Mulitiple French champion. World Mixed team silver in Tokyo in 2019.
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Arman Adamian sets career best with more to come

24 Jun 2019 20:00

The career of Arman Adamian goes fast but the competition to qualify for the Olympic Games is big Russia. Adamian captured the European Games title in a final against the experienced Varlam Liparteliani who won eight medals at European Championships including three titles, but also the man with four lost finals and Ekaterinburg winner Adamian knew who he was fighting but smelled ahis chances. Read more

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European top U100kg prepared to battle in Minsk

22 Jun 2019 10:50

Irish judo is stronger than ever. Remarkable the Fletcher family consisting of Megan (women’s U70kg) and Ben fighting in the U100kg division switched to their country 18 months ago and since then had a revival. Starting with Ben Fletcher as one of the names for a European Games medal in Minsk is simply well deserved success. Read more

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Maret and Iddir eyecatchers U100kg for French home crowd

9 Feb 2019 10:30

In the category U100kg France will look to the experienced duo of Olympic bronze medallist Cyrille Maret and Tel Aviv Grand Prix winner Alexandre Iddir for inspiration. Read more

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Mikhail Igolnikov strikes with first European senior title

28 Apr 2018 19:05

Mikhail Igolnikov earned Russia’s fourth gold of the European Judo Championships in Tel Aviv today, leaving them top of the final medals table, as he defeated Serbia’s world champion Nemanja Majdov in the U90 kilograms class. Read more

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World number one Michael Korrel takes gold in Paris

11 Feb 2018 19:35

World number one Michael Korrel of the Netherlands won gold in at the Grand Slam in Paris for the first time after his fellow finalist Tokyo Grand Slam winner Cho Guham (KOR) was ruled out by a knee injury. It was the first time since 1999 that a Dutchman won this category in Paris, Ben Sonnemans was the last one. Read more

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Result City Date
2Tokyo1 Sep
3Minsk25 Jun
3Minsk24 Jun
2Bucharest2018
5Cancun2018

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