Ingrid Berghmans Judoka
Ingrid Berghmans
Ingrid Berghmans
Country: Belgium | Born: 24 August 1961 (60 years)
Ingrid Berghmans is considered the most successful Belgian judoka, and one of the best ever. She was six times World Champion between 1980-1986 and won the 1988 Olympic title in Seoul. 7 times European Champion 1983-1989 and the first of a great Belgian generation. Hall of Famer bij the IJF.
Judo results
Date Result Judo event Type Cat.   
15 Oct 1989 5 World Championships Belgrade WCh OpenW
11 Oct 1989 1 World Championships Belgrade WCh U72
14 May 1989 3 European Championships Helsinki ECh OpenW
13 May 1989 1 European Championships Helsinki ECh U72
9 Apr 1989 1 British Open London IT U72
10 Dec 1988 3 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT U72
31 Oct 1988 2 European Team Championships Visé ETC O72
30 Sep 1988 1 Olympic Games Seoul OG U72
22 May 1988 1 European Championships Pamplona ECh OpenW
22 May 1988 1 European Championships Pamplona ECh U72
9 Apr 1988 1 British Open London IT U72
14 Feb 1988 2 Tournoi de Paris IT U72
13 Dec 1987 3 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT OpenW
12 Dec 1987 1 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT U72
22 Nov 1987 2 World Championships Essen WCh OpenW
19 Nov 1987 2 World Championships Essen WCh U72
3 Oct 1987 1 British Open Birmingham IT OpenW
3 Oct 1987 1 British Open Birmingham IT U72
13 Sep 1987 1 ASKO World Tournament Leonding IT U72
16 Jun 1987 2 World Military Championships San Diego WMC OpenW
16 Jun 1987 1 World Military Championships San Diego WMC U66
10 May 1987 1 European Championships Paris ECh OpenW
9 May 1987 2 European Championships Paris ECh U72
5 Apr 1987 2 German Open Essen IT U72
14 Feb 1987 1 International Tournament Strasbourg IT U72
14 Dec 1986 3 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT OpenW
14 Dec 1986 1 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT U72
26 Oct 1986 1 World Championships women Maastricht WCh OpenW
24 Oct 1986 2 World Championships women Maastricht WCh U72
27 Sep 1986 1 British Open London IT OpenW
27 Sep 1986 1 British Open London IT U72
6 Sep 1986 3 Dutch Open Nieuwegein IT U72
15 Jul 1986 2 World Military Championships Brussels WMC OpenW
15 Jul 1986 2 World Military Championships Brussels WMC U72
16 Mar 1986 5 European Championships women London ECh OpenW
15 Mar 1986 3 European Championships women London ECh U72
16 Mar 1985 1 European Championships women Landskrona ECh U72
9 Dec 1984 2 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT U72
9 Dec 1984 1 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT OpenW
11 Nov 1984 1 World Championships women Vienna WCh OpenW
10 Nov 1984 1 World Championships women Vienna WCh U72
6 Oct 1984 1 British Open London IT OpenW
6 Oct 1984 1 British Open London IT U72
21 Sep 1984 1 ASKO World Tournament Leonding IT U72
8 Sep 1984 1 Dutch Open The Hague IT U72
11 Dec 1983 1 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT OpenW
11 Dec 1983 1 Fukuoka tournament Japan IT U72
8 Oct 1983 1 British Open London IT U72
8 Oct 1983 1 British Open London IT OpenW
1 Oct 1983 1 Belgian Open Gent IT OpenW
10 Sep 1983 1 Dutch Open The Hague IT U72
27 Aug 1983 1 ASKO World Tournament Leonding IT U72
5 May 1983 1 European Championships women Genoa ECh U72
5 May 1983 1 European Championships women Genoa ECh OpenW
5 Dec 1982 1 World Championships women Paris WCh OpenW
4 Dec 1982 2 World Championships women Paris WCh U72
9 Oct 1982 1 British Open London IT U72
9 Oct 1982 3 British Open London IT OpenW
11 Sep 1982 1 Dutch Open The Hague IT U72
13 Dec 1981 2 Coupe Canada Cup Quebec IT U72
13 Dec 1981 1 Coupe Canada Cup Quebec IT OpenW
10 Oct 1981 3 British Open London IT U72
12 Sep 1981 1 Dutch Open Kerkrade IT U72
29 Mar 1981 2 European Championships women Madrid ECh OpenW
29 Mar 1981 3 European Championships women Madrid ECh U72
21 Feb 1981 3 German Open Jülich IT U72
1 Jan 1981 3 Belgian All Categories NC OpenW
30 Nov 1980 1 World Championships women New York WCh OpenW
29 Nov 1980 3 World Championships women New York WCh O72
16 Mar 1980 2 European Championships women Udine ECh OpenW
16 Mar 1980 2 European Championships women Udine ECh U72
29 Sep 1979 3 Barcelona International Tournament IT U72