Ariel Zeevi Judoka

Ariel Zeevi

Ariel Zeevi

  • Country:Israel
  • Born:16 January 1977 (42 years)
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Ariel Zeevi is one of the best judoka of Israel. He was 2004 Olympic bronze medallist of Athens. Four times European Champion and World Champion in 2001. Zeevi won the Super A-Tournament Tournoi de Paris in 2004. He is still the oldest European champion ever since 2012.
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Unique distribution of gold medals at European Cadet Championships

3 Jul 2015 20:05

A unique record today at the Cadet European Championships. Never it occurred that all gold medals were captured by eight different nations after the first day. At a normal day over three matchdays 5 or 6 weight categories are held. This edition even 8 as on Sunday the team event takes places. Nonetheless eight different winners for the first time in history. Read more

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Lara Reimann shines for Germany at European Cup Berlin

4 May 2014 18:35

Russia’s six gold medals at the close of day two of the European Cup for Cadets in Berlin saw them top the final medal table. Taking all four medals in the O90kg category the Russians capped a successful visit to what is widely regarded as one of Europe’s strongest cadet competitions. “It’s been a very strong tournament with quite a few very talented youngsters on show” said former British international Winston Gordon who now coaches in Munich. Read more

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Many judoka as flag carriers at Olympic Games London

27 Jul 2012 18:30

According to decision of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine the national flag at the opening ceremony of XXX Olympic Games will be carried by Roman Gontyuk. London Olympics will be the third in a sport career of judoka who represents Ukraine in the weight category under 90 kilograms. He won silver medal in Athens in 2004 and a bronze medal in Beijing in 2008 fighting in the category under 81kg. Read more

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Report of the European Championships 2001 in Paris Day 1

18 May 2001 20:05

Exactly 50 years since the first European championships, the tournament returned to it's first home in the romantic city of Paris in France. And romance was on the menu on the opening day of the tournament as Ulla Werbrouck made the headlines by winning her seventh European title. Read more

Result City Date
1Chelyabinsk2012
5Düsseldorf2012
5Almaty2012
3Qingdao2011
5Rio de Janeiro2011

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