Qian Qin Judoka

Qian Qin

Qian Qin

  • Country:China
  • Born:7 December 1987 (32 years)
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Chinese judoka Qian won silver at the 2011 and 2013 World Championships. She claimed the Asian title in 2012 in Tashkent and won several international IJF events on the heavyweight category. Reached the #1 position in the IJF Ranking. Qian Qin (CHN) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors O78kg in 2010 and 2012.
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Chinese Qian Qin launches herself as world medallist candidate

5 Jul 2015 14:55

The gold medal for heavyweight women at the Grand Prix of Mongolia was taken by Qin Qian (CHN) who delivered the final win against Dusseldorf Grand Prix bronze medallist Carolin Weiss of Germany. The German heavyweight, 22, had to settle for silver on shido penalties as Qin outworked her German foe in the last contest of the category, with two penalties given to the German while the referee did not need to penalise Qin. Read more

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Kanae Yamabe winks to the world top with gold plaque in Tyumen

13 Jul 2014 15:55

World number six Kanae Yamabe Kanae of Japan was the leading woman in the heavyweight category of the Grand Slam in Tyumen as she sealed gold by defeating world bronze medallist Lee Jung Eun (KOR). Paris Grand Slam winner Yamabe who is going to her first World Championships next month, was too strong for Jeju Grand Prix silver medallist Lee, who is best known for her unexpected bronze medal at the last World Championships. The 23-year old Japanese threw her more experienced opponent as she stepped through with her hip in contact with Lee to win by ippon in the second minute. Read more

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Megumi Tachimoto captures Japan's 11th gold medal

1 Dec 2013 14:50

Three-time World Championships bronze medallist Tachimoto Megumi bested Moscow Grand Slam silver medallist Yamabe Kanae (JPN) to win Japan’s 11th and last gold medal medal of the competition. Both judoka were penalised after 30 seconds with shido penalties for passivity before Tachimoto was at fault moments later for the same offence. Yamabe was unable to capitalise and, with the contest failing to ignite, was penalised with two shido penalties which was one more than Tachimoto after the five minutes elapsed. Read more

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