Martyna Trajdos Judoka

Martyna Trajdos

Martyna Trajdos

  • Country:Germany
  • Born:5 April 1989 (30 years)
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German judoka Martyna Trajdos claimed bronze at the World Championships in Tokyo in 2019. She 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 European Championships bronze in 2018 in Tel Aviv. Trajdos captured over 25 World Cup medals. She won the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2015. She won silver at the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2017. Trajdos clinched a gold medal at the gold Grand Prix in Hohhot in 2019
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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

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Trstenjak and Agbegnenou as always the favorites, but watch the roadblocks U63kg

31 Aug 2017 00:00

There are two very obvious top contenders in the category U63kg in Budapest and both have won a World title before: Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia and Clarisse Agbegnenou of France. Of the two, Trstenjak has the slight edge. She is the defending Olympic, World, and European Champion and she has won the last four encounters with Agbegnenou. But this time it cannot be the final. Read more

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Trajdos tops Grand Slam podium to boost Worlds intentions

20 May 2017 21:05

German judoka Martyna Trajdos topped the Grand Slam medal podium in Russia to cast herself forward as one of the top contenders for the World Championships. Tokyo 2015 Grand Slam winner Trajdos, 28, held down former European bronze medallist Ekaterina Valkova of Russia for 20 seconds for her 10th Grand Slam medal and most important to date. Read more

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34-year old Miryam Roper qualifies for the final in Ekaterinburg

20 May 2017 12:35

The first day of the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg delivered quite some surprises but an equal distribution of the final position among a number of strong judo nations. The Russian athletes showing good results, especially in the women’s categories where they seemed to get more grip to take some of the medals this year. Brazil and Japan are the two other outperforming nations so far in the tournament. Read more

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Result City Date
3Tokyo28 Aug
5Minsk23 Jun
1Hohhot25 May
3Baku11 May
3Tbilisi29 Mar

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