Tina Trstenjak Judoka

Tina Trstenjak

Tina Trstenjak

  • Country:Slovenia
  • Born:24 August 1990 (30 years)
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Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia won the Olympic title in Rio 2016. Tina won the World title in 2015 in Astana and World bronze in 2014 and 2018. In 2017 she won silver in Budapest. She is 2016 and 2017 European Judo champion and won silver at the European Games in 2015 and six European medals. Trstenjak won the Grand Slams in Paris and Abu Dhabi. GP gold in Düsseldorf, Tunis and Zagreb and more than 35 World Cup medals. She took gold at the Grand Slam in Budapest in 2020.
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World bronze medallist Tina Trstenjak grabs gold

13 Sep 2014 18:10

Four new gold medallists of four different nations at the second day of the Judo Grand Prix, in Zagreb that continued with the focus on the middleweights. Dex Elmont, Sirazhudin Magomedov, TinaTrstenjak and Kelita Zupancic were winning their categories in style. Read more

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Clarisse Agbegnenou is no doubt the strongest European U63kg

25 Apr 2014 18:10

Clarisse Agbegnenou is the strongest woman in this class U63kg. That was clear after the final of the European Championships second day in Montpellier. In the final Agbegnenou foughth againstTina Trstenjak (SLO). Agbegnenou scored a yuko and defended her title successfully in the French harbour city. Read more

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Seven winning nations at first day European Open in Sofia

1 Feb 2014 19:10

On the first day the lightweight categories came together in action and host nation Bulgaria took a gold medal in the category U60kg. Yanislav Gerchev set the tone for the final block, cheered on by many fans and coach Georgi Georgiev, who in 2002 was the last Bugarian to win the tournament. It was a nice gift for the coach who celebrated his birthday at the day of the draw. Read more

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European Open in Sofia 2014 successful practise

1 Feb 2014 18:15

Israel, Hungary and Germany have started off well in the European Open circuit in 2014. All three nations were able to gain two medals at the European Open in Sofia. It was held for both men and women for the first time since 2002. The Netherlands won seven medals and one gold, the Ukraine even nine medals. Eleven nations won a gold medal. Read more

Result City Date
1Tel Aviv19 Feb
7Prague2020
1Budapest2020
1Maribor2020
2Düsseldorf2020

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