Pierre Duprat Judoka

Pierre Duprat

Pierre Duprat

  • Country:France
  • Born:26 November 1989 (28 years)
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French judoka Pierre Duprat participated at World and European Championships. He was European Junior Champ in 2008 and won European team. Duprat won his first World Cup in 2012 in Oberwart followed by Dusseldorf in 2013 and Grand Prix Astana in 2014. Won the European Games team title with France. In 2017 he won gold at the African Open in Casablanca. He took bronze at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017. He took bronze at the European Cup in Sarajevo in 2018.
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European judo season for men opens in Sofia

1 Feb 2018 09:25

At the European Open this weekend in Sofia The Canadian and French team have the best papers to take the titles. The Canadians sent a team with some of the top athletes. Three Canadians are seeded first such as the competitive category U81kg with Etienne Briand who’s ranked 13th in the World. Also Antoine Valois-Fortier is listed high and will be protected, but they may see each-other in the semi finals. Read more

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Japanese sensation Soichi Hashimoto favourite for Worlds glory

20 May 2017 20:20

Sensational Japanese judoka Hashimoto Soichi won his third career Grand Slam medal as Japan were irresistible on day one in Russia. World number two Hashimoto, who is undefeated on the tour since 2015, maintained his unbeaten run that could well extend beyond his first World Championships in August. Read more

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French judoka collect eight titles at African Open Casablanca

19 Mar 2017 19:30

The French judoka captured eight gold medals at the African Open in Casablanca this weekend. Frenchman Julian Kermarrec is one of those judoka who is in a good shape. He won his second African Open this season, he also won the edition in Tunis. Read more

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French Olympic selection with Gneto, Pavia, Khyar and Le Blouch

1 Jun 2016 15:50

Some surprising names in the French selection for Rio. Some nasty decision had to be taken with just one judoka in each weight category. Hardest choices were made in the women’s divisions were in the category U52kg Priscilla Gneto was chosen over Annabelle Euranie. The French opted for the future instead of the highest rank, something we saw in other occasions as well. Read more

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Preview World Championships U73kg

25 Aug 2015 22:05

The categories for men U73kg and 81kg have the toughest field of the World Championships, in terms of participants, but also in terms of the number of candidates for the world title. Anything can happen as demonstrated at the first days, where reigning World Championships were kicked out all of a sudden. Read more

Result City Date
3Sarajevo6 May
3Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines2017
3Budapest2017
3Ekaterinburg2017
1Casablanca2017

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