Nihel Cheikh Rouhou Judoka

Nihel Cheikh Rouhou

Nihel Cheikh Rouhou

  • Country:Tunisia
  • Born:5 January 1987 (31 years)
  • Popularity
Judoka Nihel Cheikh Rouhou of Tunisia is ranked top 10 and Former World Police Champion. She won countless African titles and major titles such as Grand Prix Budapest in 2015. Coached by 2001 World Champion Anis Lounifi. She won the All African Games in 2007, 2011 and 2015. Current African champion. She finished 7th at the Rio Olympic Games. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Tunis in 2018.
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Maryna Slutskaya makes comeback with gold in Tunis

21 Jan 2018 17:55

Belarussian heavyweight Maryna Slutskaya made a successful comeback at the Grand Prix in Tunis capturing gold. Slutskaya got injured at home at the European Open in Minsk. She couldn’t compete at the World Championships in Budapest and took the time for a well times comeback. Today was the day and with success she claimed gold. Read more

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Japanese Sarah Asahina takes the Open World title

12 Nov 2017 21:15

World number one Asahina Sarah of Japan qualified for the final against world number two Larisa Ceric of Bosnia Herzegovina, who took the advantage over the Dutch Tessie Savelkouls to access the final. Asahina eliminated Ortiz Idalys of Cuba in the semi-final. Asahina was the favourite fought in front of her father, who was cheering from the stands. Read more

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Four top women qualify for semi finals at World Open Championships

12 Nov 2017 16:30

The World Open Championships for women delivered 18 athletes who tried to qualify for the final stage in the late afternoon. The winner will take a lofty prize money figure equal to the men. Despite the absence of some of the best judoka on the international circuit, the level was very high in Marrakech, since the top three in the world rankings were engaged. Read more

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Rio2016 Olympic Judo Preview women +78kg

11 Aug 2016 23:10

In 2012 we saw seven winning nations in the women’s division. It is not unlikely that the same will happen at the Rio Olympic Games. At the end of this exciting week China or Cuba are the main candidates to complete all seven categories. Whether Japan, or Mongolia have captured one of more medals, we will know at 12 August. Read more

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Nami Inamori claims a Grand Slam victory each year

17 Jul 2016 18:30

Tokyo Grand Slam winner Inamori Nami of Japan maintained the Japanese women’s perfect record in Tyumen as they claimed all seven female gold medals. Baku Grand Slam bronze medallist Nihel Cheikh Rouhou of Tunisia fell behind to a waza-ari after 28 seconds and cut the deficit with a yuko but the result was never in doubt and Inamori held firm. Read more

Result City Date
3Tunis21 Jan
3Marrakech2017
7Rio de Janeiro2016
2Tyumen2016
5Guadalajara2016

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