Krisztian Toth Judoka

Krisztian Toth

Krisztian Toth

  • Country:Hungary
  • Born:1 May 1994 (23 years)
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Krisztian Toth grew in tremendous speed to world level and reached the World #1 position U90kg. The Hungarian judoka won the World Junior title in 2014 in Miami and finished with silver at the Senior Worlds. Meanwhile he won 13 World Cup medals and 4 victories in Zagreb (2), Abu Dhabi and Budapest. At his comeback he took silver at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg and took the gold medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2017. He won silver at the Grand Prix in Tunis in 2018.

Extraordinary technique for Bozbayev to grab the gold medal

21 Jan 2018 17:00

The first men's final of the third day of the Grand Prix in Tunis was no surprise as top seed and 2014 world silver medallist Toth Krisztian (HUN) was opposed to number two and Baku Grand Slam winner in 2017, Islam Bozbayev (KAZ). The first attack came from Bozbayev who applied a masterpiece of tai-otoshi, like the one you learn at the judo club for a perfect ippon. With a great deal of fairplay, Toth congratulated him at the end of the contest. Read more


Grand Prix Tunis back in the World Tour

19 Jan 2018 01:30

In front of a field of 46 delegations for a total of 335 athletes with 197 men and 138 women, the judo world was gathered for the first time this season. After eight years of absence, the world circuit makes indeed its return to the Tunisian capital. Read more


Krisztian Toth completes triple in Zagreb

1 Oct 2017 17:25

Krisztian Toth of Hungary has a love relation with Zagreb. At the Grand Prix he won his third gold medal. He was the youngest ever winner of the Grand Prix in 2014, he won in 2015 and the 2017 edition. He belongs to a very small group of athletes who one specific Grand Prix three or more times. Read more


Nemanja Majdov surprises the world with first Serbian world title

1 Sep 2017 21:15

Serbia started the day with their greatest opportunity to realise their dream of crowning a world judo champion but instead of world number one Aleksandar Kukolj it was a 21-year-old Worlds debutant who ruled the sport. World number 23 and double Junior European Champion Nemanja Majdov was the first shock finalist in the U90kg category and was then joined by world number 14 Mihael Zgank (SLO). Read more


Hopes of home heroics for Hungary at World Championships

16 Aug 2017 09:00

Since the first joint men’s and women’s World Championships in 1987 the hosts have claimed at least one gold medal in all but four editions. The tradition, which also extends to having home field advantage on the tatami at the Olympics, has been reinforced over the last decade since the Worlds became an annual event in 2007 (except for Olympic years). Read more

Result City Date
2Tunis21 Jan
5St. Petersburg2017
3Wuppertal 2017

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