Andreea Chitu Judoka

Andreea Chitu

Andreea Chitu

  • Country:Romania
  • Born:7 May 1988 (30 years)
  • Popularity
Romanian judoka Andreea Chitu won World silver in 2014 and 2015. She is European Champion in 2012 and European Games winner in 2015. She won 3 World Championships medals and was European U23 Champ in 2010. In 2015 she reached the #1 position U52kg in the IJF World Ranking. Coached by Florin Bercean. She finished 7th at the Rio Olympic Games.
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Andreea Chitu makes golden comeback in Madrid

2 Jun 2018 23:40

Italy and France were the winners of the first day of the European Open in Madrid. Both nations won two gold medals, Italy among women, France was strong in the men’s division. Read more

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Watch the 17 candidates for the IJF athletes commission

2 Sep 2017 15:00

At the World Championships in Budapest five judoka will be elected to represent the athletes in the IJF athletes commission. The next four-year period runs from 2017 to 2020 and current chairman Teddy Riner is not on the list. Read more

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European Judo Championships Preview U52kg: Kelmendi for the triple

19 Apr 2017 09:05

Majlinda Kelmendi is the best ambassador of Kosovo. At the European Championships in Warsaw Kelmendi will start as the number one seed and, despite her Olympic title, she will be eager to win her third European championship and keep the title in Kosovo. But even that isn’t as easy as it looks with a few eager challengers seeking revenge. Read more

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Order the Judo Calendar 2017 by Emmeric Le Person

7 Nov 2016 15:10

The latest product in judo is produced by Emmeric Le Person. The French photographer is a welcome photo journalist and recognizable for his typical black and white photos. Usually in the quiet zones of the warm up hall and call room. Le Person is making the best athlete pictures giving an image of the beauty of our sport. Read more

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Rio2016 Olympic Judo Preview women U52kg

7 Aug 2016 12:55

The whole of Kosovo is looking forward to 7 August, the day that Majlinda Kelmendi may win the first ever Olympic medal for the newest country in the IOC. The previous edition was won by An Kum-Ae, who surprisingly won this category which Kelmendi also participated in. Read more

Result City Date
5Budapest10 Aug
1Madrid2 Jun
7Tel Aviv26 Apr
7Rio de Janeiro2016
5Guadalajara2016

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