Sanne Van Dijke Judoka

Sanne Van Dijke

Sanne Van Dijke

  • Country:Netherlands
  • Born:21 July 1995 (22 years)
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Sanne van Dijke of the Netherlands became European Senior Champion in 2017 in Warsaw U70kg followed by the victory at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg. Van Dijke won the European title for Juniors and U23 in 2014. She won her first Grand Prix medal in 2015 in Dusseldorf. She captured silver at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017. Van Dijke won bronze at the Grand Slam in Paris in 2017. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2018.

Yoko Ono again wins Grand Slam U70kg

24 Feb 2018 18:55

Tokyo Grand Slam winner Yoko Ono of Japan won her second Grand Slam title with a resounding triumph over World Judo Masters silver medallist Barbara Matic (CRO). The -70kg category has been a rich means of honours in recent years with Olympic champion Tachimoto Haruka (who has since retired) and world champion Arai Chizuru leading the way in 2016 and 2017. Read more


Juul Franssen makes golden return at The Hague Grand Prix

18 Nov 2017 19:15

Two gold medals for the Netherlands today at the Grand Prix in The Hague with an emotional gold for Juul Franssen who was absent for 13 months. She ended with gold in Abu Dhabi in October last year and after a disastrous period without judo due to a conflict and suspension Franssen wasn’t allowed to fight. Read more


Kim Polling makes a statement by winning domestic duel at home

18 Nov 2017 17:50

Former world number one Kim Polling of the Netherland stole a march on European champion Sanne Van Dijke (NED) as she bombarded her teammate with attacks and scores in a ruthless display which was full of heart and conviction. World number 18 Polling has seen her standing as the Netherlands’ top U70kg judoka in jeopardy after world number seven Van Dijke has travelled far and wide on the IJF World Judo Tour this year. Read more


Draw The Hague Grand Prix shows return of Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov

16 Nov 2017 17:00

The Netherlands is proud to host an Grand Prix for the first since 2011. The Hague Grand Prix is the last Grand Prix of the year. The organisers of the World Championships in 2009 will start in The Hague with a fine field of 231 athlete from 43 nations. Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov of Russia is the most remarkable name in the field, he makes his comeback, the Olympics were his last event. Read more


Preview U70kg Chizuru Arai slight favourite in open category

1 Sep 2017 03:55

The top favourites for the U70kg gold at the World Championships in Budapest are all within the Top 3 in the IJF Rankings, but it's the No. 3, Japan's Chizuru Arai, who looks to be the leading candidate for the top spot in Budapest. Her track record is impressive with 2016 Tyumen Grand Slam gold, 2017 Paris Grand Slam gold, and 2017 Dusseldorf Grand Prix gold. Read more

Result City Date
3Düsseldorf24 Feb
5Paris11 Feb
2The Hague2017

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