Roy Meyer Judoka

Roy Meyer

Roy Meyer

  • Country:Netherlands
  • Born:4 June 1991 (27 years)
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Dutch judoka Roy Meyer took gold at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017 and the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2015 as biggest victories. He was European Junior Champion in 2010 and U23 Champion in 2012. He took bronze at the European Championships in Warsaw in 2017. He won bronze at the Paris Grand Slam in 2015 and 2016, IJF Masters and Jeju in 2015. He took silver at the Grand Prix in Tbilisi and Grand Slam in Baku. He took bronze at the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2018.
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Guram Tushishvili can almost touch the gold medal

26 Sep 2018 10:10

Georgia get a second chance on a gold medal as in the heavyweight tournaments most of the favourites are ruled out for the title while Guram Tushishvili had to do everything to reach the semi final, but he achieved where others failed. Read more

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Kokoro Kageura ends Budapest Grand Prix with heavyweight gold

12 Aug 2018 22:05

The Budapest Grand Prix’s men’s heavyweight crown went to Japan and Paris Grand Slam winner Kageura Kokoro who eventually found a way to defeat European Championships bronze medallist Stephan Hegyi (AUT) in golden score to claim Japan’s ninth gold medal in Budapest. Read more

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Roy Meyer celebrates gold with home crowd at Grand Prix The Hague

19 Nov 2017 20:20

The Netherlands dominated the last day of the Grand Prix in The Hague. With three gold medals and eight in total on Sunday it was clear that the Dutch are still a powerhouse in judo. With five gold medals over three days and twelve medals in total the Dutch have a great showcase. The Grand Prix in The Hague will for sure have more athletes next year as the organisation set a great inaugural event. Read more

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The people’s champion Roy Meyer ends The Hague Grand Prix on a high

19 Nov 2017 19:30

The Netherlands’ charismatic heavyweight Roy Meyer (NED) was the main man for the hosts as he turned in the best result from their men’s team. The 26-year-old World Judo Masters bronze medallist showed his power and his personality as he beat Abu Dhabi Grand Slam silver medallist Maciej Sarnacki (POL) in the last contest of The Hague Grand Prix 2017. Read more

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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

Result City Date
7Baku26 Sep
3Budapest12 Aug
5Hohhot27 May
5Tel Aviv28 Apr
5Paris11 Feb

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