Lukas Krpálek Judoka

Lukas Krpálek

Lukas Krpálek

  • Country:Czech Republic
  • Born:15 November 1990 (28 years)
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Lukas Krpalek became Olympic Champion in 2016 in Rio. Krpalek was World Champion of 2014 and double European Champion in 2013 and 2014 U100kg. He won the European senior title in 2018 in Tel Aviv. He took bronze at the European Championships in Warsaw in 2017. He was double Junior World Champion. Krpalek was 7th at the Olympic Games in London. Coached by Petr Lacina. He won gold at the Grand Prix in Hohhot and took silver at the Grand Slam Tokyo in 2017 and in Osaka in 2018.
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International Belgian Adidas Judo Open best hub for Paris

16 Jan 2019 09:35

The "International Belgian Adidas Judo Open" held in Visé and Herstal was a big success last year. The Federation took the chance to take over the tournament in Herstal for women and simultaneously organised it with the men’s tournament in Visé followed by an international training camp. Read more

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Inal Tasoev next challenge for World Champion Tushishvili?

14 Dec 2018 12:00

World heavyweight champion Tushishvili is the man to beat in the land of the giants and will be a star attraction on Sunday. The defending World Judo Masters champion started 2018 with fifth-place at the Paris Grand Slam in the absence of Teddy Riner (FRA). Read more

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Glory for Henk Grol as oldest Japan winner ever

25 Nov 2018 14:55

Dutch judo legend Henk Grol rolled back the years to win heavyweight gold in the last contest at the Osaka Grand Slam. Grol, who went out in the first round at The Hague Grand Prix a week ago at the hands of Alexander Mikhaylin (RUS), renewed his rivalry with U100kg Olympic champion Lukas Krpalek (CZE) which started in 2009 when they faced off for the first time in the U100kg category. Read more

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Analysed: World Champion Tushishvili in a tough pool

24 Nov 2018 22:20

On Sunday the heavyweights will enter the Maruzen Intec Arena for the Grand Slam of Osaka. The current World Champion will be in the field among many true Japanese heavyweights. Who will survive the shift? JudoCrazy’s Oon Yeoh analysis the various heavyweight pools for us. Read more

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Preview men Grand Slam Osaka

22 Nov 2018 12:35

For the first time the IJF World Tour is welcomed in Osaka. The Japanese city hosted Asian Championships in the past and the 2003 World Championships. Obviously the expectations for the Japanese team are high this weekend and with Oon Yeoh of JudoCrazy we preview the men’s tournament with the major favourites. Read more

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Result City Date
2Osaka2018
2Abu Dhabi2018
1Cancun2018
5Baku2018
1Tel Aviv2018

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