Cyrille Maret Judoka

Cyrille Maret

Cyrille Maret

  • Country:France
  • Born:11 August 1987 (30 years)
  • Popularity
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 four consecutive European medals 2013-2017, silver in 2017. 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.
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Cyrille Maret: how to lose 16kg in 5 weeks

16 Dec 2017 11:05

The IJF Masters is the last competition of the judo world tour this year. It is a special event since only the top 16 judoka in each weight category can participate, unlike other competitions in which the limitation is of number of competitors of each country. Read more

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Teddy Riner defeats all hopes, Iliadis gives the fans a smile in prelims

11 Nov 2017 16:35

The preliminary matches of the World Open Championships in Marrakech saw some great battles and surprising results. Especially the lighter judokas such as Nikiforov and Granda excelled in this openweight category and qualified for the semi finals. The return of Ilias Iliadis was just great to see when he was opposed to Roy Meyer. The Greek came back for the new generation and the generous smile after his contest was full of warmth for judo. Read more

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Can Cyrille Maret be the top challenger for Teddy Riner?

10 Nov 2017 09:30

No judoka in the world has had as much randori against Teddy Riner as his teammate and Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Cyrille Maret. Most judo devotees have long believed that the man that can push Riner the most in his homeland is U100kg judoka Maret rather than any other French heavyweights. Read more

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Judo fans warming up for mouthwatering contests at OpenWeight World Championships

9 Nov 2017 09:10

An Openweight competition is a meeting ground of champions from different weight categories and this can create a host of dream matches. A skim through the entry list sets the hearts beating for judo fans as well as judoka as they calculate all the potential mouthwatering clashes. Read more

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Kosei Inoue never stopped pushing for the ippon

30 Oct 2017 16:20

In Japan, where judo is more than just a sport, Kosei Inoue is no ordinary athlete. He is one of the stars from the past and the current head coach of Japan’s Olympic team. Essentially unbeatable between 1999 and 2003, the half-heavyweight judoka won three world titles and Olympic gold, placing him among the greatest of all time. Read more

Result City Date
1Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines2017
1Abu Dhabi2017
3Budapest2017
2Warsaw2017
2Paris2017

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