Miklós Cirjenics Judoka

Miklós Cirjenics

Miklós Cirjenics

  • Country:Hungary
  • Born:11 March 1990 (29 years)
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Judoka Miklos Cirjenics of Hungary noted his biggest win at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017. He took the gold medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2017. He won a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2017. Cirjenics took a bronze medal U100kg at the Grand Prix of Havana in 2016. His highlights were silver at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2016 and bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2017. He took a bronze medal at the IJF Masters in St. Petersburg in 2017.
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Varlam Liparteliani wins new honour with masters title

18 Dec 2017 09:10

World silver medallist Varlam Liparteliani of Georgia won a new honour as the captain of the Georgian team helped to inspire his country to a stunning last day performance at the IJF World Masters in St. Petersburg. Another great performance for Georgia that won three gold medals this weekend. Read more

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Cho Guham wins in Tokyo for the second time in first outing of 2017

3 Dec 2017 11:05

Two-time Grand Prix winner Cho Guham of Korea marked his return to competition by winning the Tokyo Grand Slam for the second time as he found a solution to the Japanese conundrum. Cho, 25, had not fought since the Rio 2016 Olympics but is always committed to the cause for his country and could never let something like a lack of match readiness hold him back from taking honours back to South Korea. Read more

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Miklos Cirjenics grabs gold in attractive final U100kg

1 Oct 2017 19:15

The U100kg weight category at the Grand Prix in Zagreb proposed a particularly high level of top class judoka, but surprisingly the top three athletes of the category, Elkhan Mammadov (AZE), Elmar Gasimov (AZE) and Varlam Liparteliani (GEO) were eliminated during the preliminary rounds opening the road to less well ranked athletes to reach the final, which opposed the explosive Jorge Fonseca (POR) and Cirjenics Miklos of Hungary. Read more

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The category U100kg is a true battlefield for the world title

2 Sep 2017 09:25

The 100kg weight class is super competitive and definitely among the most sensational match days at the World Championships in Budapest. Many questions, many opportunities for many athletes. Defending World Champion Ryonosuke Haga of Japan is one of the candidates. But since the Olympic reduction, Haga lost half of his points and is unseeded for Budapest. Read more

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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
5The Hague2018
5Antalya2018
7Ekaterinburg2018
3St. Petersburg2017
3Tokyo2017

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