Charline Van Snick Judoka

Charline Van Snick

Charline Van Snick

  • Country:Belgium
  • Born:2 September 1990 (27 years)
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Belgian Charline van Snick is Olympic Games bronze medallist in 2012, 2013 World bronze medallist and 2015 European Games winner after two lost European finals. In 2015 she won the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf and took silver at the Grand Slam of Paris. She won a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2017 U52kg. She took bronze at the Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2017. Van Snick won the Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2017. She captured bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017.
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Grand Slam Paris delivers good discussions about judo

15 Feb 2018 10:30

It’s always great to analyse judo and the most recent development in our sport. Whether they are critical or not, at least discussion leads to a good modus in which it should direct. The Paris Grand Slam has been such a milestone event that should be the benchmark. Still there have been some interesting situations that need more attention for the discussion among coaches and athletes. Read more

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Distria Krasniqi moves the into top 10 after gold in The Hague

17 Nov 2017 18:30

Distria Krasniqi of Kosovo celebrated winning her third Grand Prix gold medal as the 21-year-old can now already count herself as one of the world’s elite judoka in the U52kg category. European U23 Championships winner Krasniqi starred in the absence of her teammate and Olympic champion Majlinda Kelmendi (KOS) who will be a long-term absentee after recently undergoing surgery. Read more

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Preview Day 1: Grand Prix The Hague enjoys comeback of Olympic Champion Mudranov

16 Nov 2017 23:15

At the opening day of the Grand Prix in the Hague, the Dutch home crowd will be witnessing the return of Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov. The Russian lightweight hasn’t done any event since his victory in Rio. In The Hague the current number 41 of the World Ranking will start up his engines against young Dutchman Tibo Volleman. In The Hague Mudranov can win his tenth World Cup and sixth Grand Prix. However Spaniard Francisco Garrigos starts as the top seed in the men’s lightest weight category. Read more

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Draw The Hague Grand Prix shows return of Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov

16 Nov 2017 17:00

The Netherlands is proud to host an Grand Prix for the first since 2011. The Hague Grand Prix is the last Grand Prix of the year. The organisers of the World Championships in 2009 will start in The Hague with a fine field of 231 athlete from 43 nations. Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov of Russia is the most remarkable name in the field, he makes his comeback, the Olympics were his last event. Read more

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Belgium’s Van Snick signals arrival at U52kg after first Grand Slam win

26 Oct 2017 18:45

Belgian Charline Van Snick accomplished a career first to put her rivals on notice as the long-time U48kg star won her first Grand Slam gold medal. World number three Erika Miranda (BRA), one of the most consistent judoka in the category, took bronze at the World Championships in August but was not prepared for Tashkent Grand Prix bronze medallist Van Snick. Read more

Result City Date
5Paris10 Feb
3The Hague2017
1Abu Dhabi2017
3Tashkent2017
5Tbilisi2017

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