Masashi Ebinuma Judoka

Masashi Ebinuma

Masashi Ebinuma

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:15 February 1990 (29 years)
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Masashi Ebinuma is triple World Champion in judo U66kg. He won the titles in 2011, 2013 and 2014. Ebinuma won bronze at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. He won the Grand Slam in Paris in 2016 and the GP Dusseldorf in 2015, Grand Prix Abu Dhabi and Grand Slam in Tokyo. He took silver at the Grand Prix in Budapest and took a silver medal at the Grand Slam in Osaka in 2018. He took silver at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2019. He won the Grand Slam of Osaka in 2019.
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Hisayoshi Harasawa defeats Ryu Shichinohe at open title championships

29 Apr 2015 17:05

Hisayoshi Harasawa won his first national judo championship title by beating world silver medalist Ryu Shichinohe in the final at Tokyo’s Budokan. Read more

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Japanese men capture the World team title in Chelyabinsk watched by Vladimir Putin

31 Aug 2014 18:10

The French women's team and the men from Japan have taken the World team Title in Chelyabinsk. France defeated Mongolia and Japan beat the Russian team at home in the Traktor Arena Read more

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Majlinda Kelmendi and Masashi Ebinuma prolong world title

26 Aug 2014 13:55

At the second day of the World Championships, we noted the first current title holders who succeeded to defend their honours. Masashi Ebinuma (JPN) won his third World title in a row U66kg while Majlinda Kelmendi prolonged her second medal of the World Championships. Was it for Kosovo or for the IJF, because this year at the she had IJF at her backnumber and the IOC anthem was played at the ceremony. Read more

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Masashi Ebinuma leaves no doubts about victory in Dusseldorf

21 Feb 2014 17:25

World champion Ebinuma Masashi (JPN) won the gold medal U966kg in Dusseldorf's Grand Prix as he home player Rene Schneider (GER) in the final. Schneider, defeated Oberwart European Open bronze medallist, was guaranteed the first Grand Prix medal of his career, had won all four of his previous contests by ippon in a breakout display. Read more

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Surprising Lasha Shavdatuashvili claims Olympic title in London

29 Jul 2012 17:55

Europe has won a gold medal again. Who would have thought that 20-year youngster Lasha Shavdatuashvili would take the Olympic title? He did and Peter Seisenbacher his coach did and the fantastic Georgian supporters who almost made more noise than the Brits. Read more

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