Martyna Trajdos Judoka

Martyna Trajdos

Martyna Trajdos

  • Country:Germany
  • Born:5 April 1989 (29 years)
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German judoka Martyna Trajdos won the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017. Trajdos won the European Games in Baku U63 and was flagbearer at the closing ceremony. She won the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2015. In her best year she won bronze at the Grand Slam of Paris in 2015 and silver in Abu Dhabi 2015 as well. She won silver at the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2017. From Hamburg, but lives in Cologne. 2017 German Champion,
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Sagi Muki sets Tel Aviv judo crowd on fire

27 Apr 2018 18:30

The home crowd in Tel Aviv had high expectation for Sagi Muki of Israel to win gold in a relative new weight category U81kg. Muki won European Games gold in 2015 U73kg but could convert success in his category U81kg. However with the European top present in Tel Aviv that assignment was not easy. Read more

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Düsseldorf gearing up for first Grand Slam in new venue

22 Feb 2018 09:05

For the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf starting on Friday 446 athletes are registered, more than the 344 of last year. In the previous years 2015 and 2016 more than 500 athletes competed. This edition judoka from 65 nations will face each other at the ISS Dome a new competition hall at Grand Slam level. Read more

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Fourth Paris Grand Slam is Paris for Clarisse Agbegnenou

10 Feb 2018 20:10

French World champion Clarisse Agbegnenou ruled at her home Grand Slam for the fourth time to provide the hosts with a dream ending to the first day of competition in Paris. Agbegnenou, 25, who has long been one of the most consistent judoka in the sport, dominated Tokyo Grand Slam winner and World Judo Masters winner Tashiro Miku (JPN) who had won their last meeting in December. Read more

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Sisters Stoll battle it out again at German Championships in Stuttgart

21 Jan 2018 20:05

At the second day of the German Championships in the SCHARRena in Stuttgart, five athletes successfully defended their title from the previous year. The most remarkable was the title for Theresa Stoll from TSV Großhadern who won gold U57kg just like last year. Read more

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Clarisse Agbegnenou determined to keep this level until 2020

31 Aug 2017 18:35

Clarisse Agbegnenou conquered reigning Olympic and world champion Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia to become a two-time world champion here in Budapest. The rematch of the Olympic final and the last Worlds final was hotly-anticipated as two most decorated judoka in the category successfully negotiated the preliminary rounds to take their place in the gold medal contest. Read more

Result City Date
3Tel Aviv27 Apr
5Ekaterinburg17 Mar
3Paris10 Feb
1Stuttgart21 Jan
5Budapest2017

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