Sarah Menezes Judoka

Sarah Menezes

Sarah Menezes

  • Country:Brazil
  • Born:26 March 1990 (29 years)
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Sarah Menezes became Olympic Champion in 2012 in London U48kg. She won the Junior world title in 2008 in Bangkok and 2009 in Paris. She won bronze at the World Championships in 2010, 2011 and 2013. Menezes won 11 World Cup events starting in 2008. 3 time winner of the Grand Slam of Russia. In 2016 she won the Grand Prix of Havana. She won a silver medal at the Grand Prix in Cancun in 2017. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix Tbilisi and Antalya in 2018. She won +30 World Cup medals.
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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

Menezes vs Van Snick

Preview World Championships U48kg

23 Aug 2015 11:10

The draw of the World Championships in Astana delivered great matches to follow this week starting on Monday with the categories men U60kg and women U48kg. An amazing draw for women U48kg with highest seed Munkhbat Urantsetseg of Mongolia. An Incredible draw with almost the full Olympic podium stuck together. Read more

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Sarah Menezes starts well for Brazil with gold in Tyumen

12 Jul 2014 15:10

Japan and Brazil topped the medal table at the Grand Slam of Tyumen. One of the contributors to the success was Brazilian Sarah Menezes. The Olympic champion ruled in Tyumen as she dominated Paris Grand Slam winner Yamagishi Emi with an emphatic win which added to her credentials as she aims for her first senior world title. Read more

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Dayaris Mestre strikes for Cuba at forst day of Judo Grand Prix Havana

6 Jun 2014 19:05

Six-time Pan America Championship medallist Dayaris Mestre (CUB) challenged teammate Maria Celia Laborde (CUB) in the first final of the Havana Grand Prix. The fact that the first gold medal was contested by two Cuban judoka was a testament to the strength of the hosts and their immense support from a crowd who played their part in driving them both forward towards the final. Read more

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Ami Kondo confirms her world level at Tokyo Grand Slam

29 Nov 2013 14:10

The Grand Slam of Tokyo started well for Japan with a gold medal for lightweight prospect and former cadet world champion Ami Kondo. The youngster moved from being the future of Japanese judo to the present defeating world champion Munkhbat Urantsetseg of Mongolia to win the first gold medal of the day. Kondo burst into action in the final as her willingness to go out and force the action against Munkhbat made light of her youth and the quality of her opponent. Kondo started Japan’s dominance by catching the Mongolian with a foot sweep after two minutes for ippon. Read more

Result City Date
5Paris8 Feb
5Odivelas Lisbon1 Feb

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