Tina Trstenjak Judoka

Tina Trstenjak

Tina Trstenjak

  • Country:Slovenia
  • Born:24 August 1990 (27 years)
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Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia won the Olympic title in Rio 2016 following up Urska Zolnir. Tina won the World title in 2015 in Astana and World bronze in 2014. In 2017 she win silver in Budapest. She is 2016 and 2017 European Judo champion and won silver at the European Games in 2015 and five European medals in total. In 2015 she won the Grand Slam Paris and Grand Prix Düsseldorf in 2016 and continued with the Grand Slam victory in Paris in 2017. She won bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2017.
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Grand Prix Tunis back in the World Tour

19 Jan 2018 01:30

In front of a field of 46 delegations for a total of 335 athletes with 197 men and 138 women, the judo world was gathered for the first time this season. After eight years of absence, the world circuit makes indeed its return to the Tunisian capital. Read more

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1800 points and dollars for grab for the Masters winner in St. Petersburg

12 Dec 2017 09:05

One IJF World Tour event to go this year, the IJF Masters in St. Petersburg and still anything can happen to be ranked first in the World Ranking, good for 50,000 bonus dollars for the leader of 2017. Some of the top athletes will go to Russia to defend their world ranking position and to gain a good starting position for 2018 when the Olympic Qualification will start. 1800 points are for grab in St. Petersburg for the winner. Enough to shake up the current world ranking. Read more

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Miku Tashiro wins her first Grand Slam gold since World Championships

2 Dec 2017 12:30

Double world bronze medallist Tashiro Miku put her disappointment of being left out of her country’s team for the Suzuki World Championships 2017 by confirming her place as not only Japan’s number one judoka at U63kg but also as one of the top judoka at this weight in the world. Read more

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Foreign women facing trouble winning Grand Slam Tokyo

1 Dec 2017 13:55

Only 14 foreign women have ever won the Grand Slam in Tokyo. All other titles were captured by the female home judoka. Kayla Harrison and Urska Zolnir won the Grand Slam twice. Most successful country in France having four women that won the Grand Slam: Decosse, Agbegenou, Emane and Tcheumeo. Last year only Urantsetseg Munkhbat (MGL) and Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT) were able to win the precious title. Read more

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Eleven World Ranking leaders in the starting grid for Tokyo Grand Slam

1 Dec 2017 10:40

The Grand Slam in Tokyo will be looking forward to a clash between Olympic Champion Shohei Ono and World Champion Soichi Hashimoto in their category U73kg. Both stylists will likely only meet in the ideal final. The Grand Slam will host 61 nations including 417 athletes. Only the editions in 2014 and 2015 had more judoka. U73kg will have 46 judoka, only in 2015 there were more. Read more

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3Tokyo2017
3Ankara2017
2Budapest2017
1Warsaw2017
1Prevalje2017

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