Charline Van Snick Judoka

Charline Van Snick

Charline Van Snick

  • Country:Belgium
  • Born:2 September 1990 (28 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. Van Snick won the Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2017 and she took various other medals in the IJF Tour. She won the Grand Prix in The Hague in 2018 and bronze at the 2018 World Masters.
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Judo rivals Pavia vs Receveaux in the semi finals in Kazan

21 Apr 2016 16:05

The first matches at the European Judo Championships in Judo delivered some good surprises in the men’s category U60kg. Amiran Papinashvili was one of the victims of the quarter final when he lost his match against Walide Khyar of France. Papinashvili will get a place in the repechage, but Khyar first opponents Carmine Di Loreto and Ashley McKenzie won’t get that chance and were sent home. Read more


Kazan Judo preview U48kg: Csernoviczki and Van Snick rivals again

20 Apr 2016 11:05

At the European Championships in Kazan Hungarian Eva Csernoviczki and Charline van Snick are separated in the draw. The weight division for women U48kg won’t have any athlete of the top 5 of the World Ranking. The mainly Asian dominated class has an Pan American Olympic Champion and two European Olympic medallists, who this edition in Kazan will also fight for the medals. Csernoviczki is in one pool with Valentina Moscatt. Van Snick with Chernyak. Read more


Olympic year 2016 starts with OTC in Mittersill

4 Jan 2016 13:25

This week the traditional start of the season will take place with the opening of the Olympic Training Centre in Mittersill. The OTC will host about 880 participants from 50 nations of all continents. The Austrian Judo Federation is the proud organizer of the most important and successful training camp in the world. Most athletes will be present in the Austrian mountains. Read more

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Munkhbat continues Mongolian victories in Paris

17 Oct 2015 17:30

Urantsetseg Munkhbat of Mongolia was with Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia the only World Ranking leader who won this edition of the Grand Slam in Paris. In the new AccorHotel Arena she defeated Charline van Snick of Belgium. The 2013 world champion, Munkhbat Urantsetseg was penalised for passivity after one minute and 45 seconds giving a small advantage to Belgium’s Olympic bronze medallist Charline Van Snick, but a few seconds later, Munkhbat engaged a right handed ippon-seoi-nage for yuko. A run against the clock started for Van Snick but the very experienced Mongolian could control the fight until the very last seconds to secure a third Grand Slam gold medal, enough also to reinforce her first place on the world ranking list. Read more

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Vice World Champion Beslan Mudranov blasted away

24 Aug 2015 08:00

Slightly the contours of today’s men’s U60kg division unveil while the World Championships have started the engines on Monday. The first major surprise is Vice World Champion and European Games winner Beslan Mudranov who lost his match against the strong Uzbek Diyorbek Urozboev. It was the most appealing match after Sunday’s draw that came out of the first rounds. Read more

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3Ekaterinburg15 Mar
1The Hague2018

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