Sabina Giliazova Judoka

Sabina Giliazova

Sabina Giliazova

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:30 September 1994 (25 years)
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Sabina Giliazova of Russia claimed the gold medal at the Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2019. She won bronze at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2020 and Grand Slam Tyumen in 2016 and silver at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017. She won a bronze medal at the European Cup in Belgrade in 2016. She won a bronze medal at the European Cup in Orenburg in 2015. World Mixed team bronze in Tokyo in 2019.

Shirine Boukli takes revenge for Paris golden opportunity

21 Feb 2020 18:30

French youngster Shirine Boukli shone in the women’s lightest weight category in Düsseldorf as the fast-rising star shocked former world champion Tonaki Funa (JPN) to claim gold. In only her third Grand Slam outing Boukli countered Tonaki with her patented sumi-gaeshi for a waza-ari score. Read more


Sabina Giliazova wins her first Grand Prix

20 Sep 2019 16:05

Russian lightweight Sabina Giliazova opened the Grand Prix inTashkent in the final for the Russian team against Leyla Aliyeva of Azerbaijan. Less than a minute was needed for the Russian to win her first gold medal in a Grand Prix. Read more


Outstanding line-up with horrifying first round clashes U48kg

19 Sep 2018 15:20

The draw of the World Championships held in Baku delivered a few awesome matches in the first rounds. Some even horror matches as some of the expected favourites will meet each-other in a battle to continue the tournament or leave soon. Read more


Fourth Grand Slam gold for Worlds-ready Ami Kondo

20 May 2017 16:45

Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Kondo Ami of Japan showed that she is ready to challenge for a third consecutive Worlds medal this summer after a straightforward win in Ekaterinburg. Antalya Grand Prix bronze medallist Sabina Giliazova of Russia was unable to impose herself as class act Kondo held down the Russian with a ushiro-kesa-gatame hold for 20 seconds to clinch the gold medal. Read more


34-year old Miryam Roper qualifies for the final in Ekaterinburg

20 May 2017 12:35

The first day of the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg delivered quite some surprises but an equal distribution of the final position among a number of strong judo nations. The Russian athletes showing good results, especially in the women’s categories where they seemed to get more grip to take some of the medals this year. Brazil and Japan are the two other outperforming nations so far in the tournament. Read more

Result City Date
3Düsseldorf21 Feb
5Abu Dhabi2019

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