Nataliya Komova Judoka

Nataliya Komova

Nataliya Komova

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:28 April 1986 (34 years)
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Nataliya Kondratyeva or Nataliya Komova of Russia won a number of international events. In 2009 she won her first World cup in Minsk and followed up in Cairo. In 2014 she won her first Grand Prix in Tbilisi. Won bronze at the 2007 and 2008 U23 European Championships U48kg. 1.60m with strong Ashi-guruma. Left handed. She changed her name into Nataliya Komova after her marriage end of 2016. She won bronze at the European Open in Minsk in 2017.
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Junior World Champ Tonaki Funa earns first career Grand Slam

16 Jul 2016 17:15

Junior world champion Tonaki Funa of Japan was the top seed in Tyumen in the U48kg category and the youngster was unbeatable on day one in Tyumen. Qingdao Grand Prix winner Tonaki, 20, was matched against world number 28 Nataliya Kondratyeva of Russia in the final. Read more


Finals day one Judo Grand Slam Tyumen between Japan and Russia

16 Jul 2016 11:50

The Grand Slam of Tyumen has a rather poor field in all categories, with a total of 124 participants it is the worst number since 2012 in Rio, also in advance of the Olympic Games. The chance for a medal is 45%, in the women’s division even 55%. Russia and Japan dominate the Grand Slam at day one. Read more

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Sarah Menezes back at highest level with bronze in Tokyo

4 Dec 2015 08:20

For months her fans were waiting for the return of Olympic champion, Sarah Menezes (BRA), who dropped to the 15th place on the world ranking list since her title in London in 2012. Often beaten in the preliminary rounds of tournaments she participated in, she seemed to have great difficulty in trying to return to her best level. Seeded No. 8 here in Tokyo, she looked back on form by making a perfect run to the semi-finals. Read more

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Paula Pareto secures best ever World Rank with gold in Budapest

13 Jun 2015 18:05

Argentine Paulo Pareto won the Grand Prix of Budapest, although she is by far from her best shape. She won four fights and defeated Funa Tonaki in the final by yuko. World silver and Beijing 2008 Olympic bronze medallist Pareto, 29, who was fifth at London 2012, proved too much for the 19-year-old Japanese newcomer who was caught with a ko-uchi-makikomi for a yuko score to secure gold and with it 300 world ranking points. Read more

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World champion Munhkbat strikes first in Baku

9 May 2014 14:55

World champion Munhkbat Urantsetseg (MGL) captured -48kg gold in Baku with victory against Tbilisi Grand Prix bronze medallist Amelie Rosseneu (ISR) who finished fifth at the European Championships in April. Munhkbat, who was targeting her first gold medal since winning the world crown in Rio, took the lead with a yuko and was sharp in ne-waza as she trapped the arm of Rosseneu while on her back and traded places with her opponent to force her to submit after 47 seconds. Read more

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