Beslan Mudranov Judoka

Beslan Mudranov

Beslan Mudranov

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:7 July 1986 (31 years)
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Beslan Mudranov became Olympic Champion in 2016. He was European Games winner in 2015 and triple European Champion in 2012, 2014 and 2015. He won World silver in 2014 in Chelyabinsk He is the successor of Olympic Champion Arsen Galstyan U60kg since 2012.
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Preview Day 1: Grand Prix The Hague enjoys comeback of Olympic Champion Mudranov

16 Nov 2017 23:15

At the opening day of the Grand Prix in the Hague, the Dutch home crowd will be witnessing the return of Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov. The Russian lightweight hasn’t done any event since his victory in Rio. In The Hague the current number 41 of the World Ranking will start up his engines against young Dutchman Tibo Volleman. In The Hague Mudranov can win his tenth World Cup and sixth Grand Prix. However Spaniard Francisco Garrigos starts as the top seed in the men’s lightest weight category. 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

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About the absent; Beslan Mudranov not in Russian team for Budapest

6 Aug 2017 14:05

Judo is a sensitive sport when it comes to injuries. For the World Championships in Budapest at the end of August some major players will be absent, either due to injuries or simply because they have no match rhythm. Also interesting to watch are those who use the Worlds to make a comeback. Read more

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How judo became one of Russia's main Olympic sports

19 Aug 2016 09:00

In the last eight years Russian judo has made a giant leap forward. And it's not only down to Vladimir Putin being a role model for young judokas. Russian judokas, along with Russian fencers, have been among the top medalists at the Rio Olympics. Beslan Mudranov, who won the gold medal in the under-60kg category, set the tone for the Russian athletes, and three days later Khasan Khalmurzaev won gold in the under-81kg category. Read more

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The Olympic Games judo nations reported by JudoInside.com

17 Aug 2016 13:15

Some nations had spectacular results at the Olympic Games. Some due to a structural policy, some because of individuals or a good generation. Some nations will use the success to breed a new generation, to generate money and follow up on the success. Some countries may face the consequences of poor results. We reported the nations medalling in London and Rio. Read more

Result City Date
1Rio de Janeiro2016
2Bratislava2016
3Düsseldorf2016
2Tokyo2015
1Baku2015

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