Michael Korrel Judoka

Michael Korrel

Michael Korrel

  • Country:Netherlands
  • Born:27 February 1994 (25 years)
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Dutch judoka Michael Korrel captured bronze at the 2019 World Championships in Tokyo. He took gold at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2017. He won the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2016. Korrel won the Grand Slam of Paris in 2018 and Grand Slam Baku in 2017 and 2019. He took European bronze in 2016. Korrel won 13 medals in the IJF Tour. Korrel took 3 silver medals at European Junior Championships and U23. He is quadruple Dutch champion. He took a silver medal at the IJF Masters in St. Petersburg in 2017.
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France and Netherlands take gold, Livesey gets the cheers

10 Oct 2015 23:10

France and The Netherlands topped the medal table at the European Open in Glasgow. Both nations won two gold medals . Great Britain, Switzerland and Slovenia have one champion in Glasgow. The host nation captured 8 medals in total. Britain's Owen Livesey topped the podium in a strong U81kg category at the Glasgow European Judo Open. France topped the medal table with a total of five medals including two golds. Hosts Great Britain took eight medals with the home crowd enjoying the exciting judo on show at the Emirates Arena. Read more

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Dimitri Peters takes an advance on Frey

3 May 2015 19:05

Olympic bronze medallist Dimitri PETERS (GER) was undefeated in Zagreb on Sunday as Sofia European Open winner Michael KORREL (NED) tasted defeat in the -100kg final. KORREL, 21, who was contesting his first Grand Prix final, gifted a golden chance to his renowned opponent as he appeared unaware of the imminent danger when his inaction on the ground led to PETERS seizing his arm and a juji-gatame settled it. Read more

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Showtime for Holland on day 2 of the European Cup in Wroclaw

20 Jul 2014 19:05

The European Cup for Juniors in Wroclaw closed on a successful note for the Dutch team, with the first 4 national anthems ringing out for the Netherlands who collected 4 gold medals on the second day. It was not quite enough for the overall victory that was captured by Germany who had already won three gold medals on day one. Read more

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Result City Date
3Tokyo30 Aug
1Baku12 May
3Tbilisi29 Mar
5Ekaterinburg17 Mar
7Osaka2018

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