Krisztian Toth Judoka

Krisztian Toth

Krisztian Toth

  • Country:Hungary
  • Born:1 May 1994 (25 years)
  • Popularity
Krisztian Toth reached the World #1 position U90kg. The Hungarian judoka won the World Junior title in 2014 in Miami and took silver at the Senior Worlds. Meanwhile he won more than 20 World Cup medals and won IJF Events in Zagreb (2), Abu Dhabi and Budapest (2). At his comeback he took silver at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg. He won the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2018 and became father in 2017. Silver at the 2018 IJF World Masters in Guangzhou. He won bronze at the Universiade in Napoli.
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Daiki Nishiyama ends Hungarian hopes for gold

22 Jun 2014 16:50

Double world silver medallist Nishiyama Daiki after defeating home fighter Toth Krisztian (HUN) in the -90kg final by a waza-ari score. European bronze medallist Toth, 20, is an exciting talent on the rise and claimed the first Grand Prix medal of his burgeoning career. Read more

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Varlam Liparteliani can take the double in Montpellier

26 Apr 2014 18:30

Varlam Liparteliani and European Championships is a love hate relation. The European Champion of 2012 from Georgia regained his title in Montpellier U90kg. Lipi claims European medals since 2009 and lost the final last year against Denisov. This time no surprise for the Georgian technician who bested another Russian Kirill Voprosov in France by yuko. Read more


Krisztian Toth strikes in dying seconds with gold U90kg

17 Nov 2013 22:10

The last victory of the European Championships U23 was for Russia. It gave the Russians the victory in the medal table. A remarkable number of eleven nations have won a gold medal. At the last day Hungary, Portugal and Russia claimed the titles in the men’s division, the Ukraine and Germany in the female category. Read more


European Championships U23 start in Samokov

14 Nov 2013 16:55

On Thursday evening the European Championships U23 officially started off with the draw. The 11th edition of this championship proves again to be a success. With the startlist of so many quality judoka no one can argue on the quality in advance. Some medallists or even champions of last year were not even seeded this year due to the strong competition in some categories. Read more