Rotem Shor Judoka

Rotem Shor

Rotem Shor

  • Country:Israel
  • Born:6 November 1993 (26 years)
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Israelian judoka Rotem Shor won the European Open in Belgrade in 2017. She won European Junior bronze in 2012 U63kg. She was a talent at a young age and finished 5th at World Championships and Youth Olympic Games. At senior level she won the European Open in Warsaw in 2014 and took medals in Madrid in 2014, 2016 and Cluj in 2015. Israelian champion in 2011. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2016.
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Israel strong at first day in Tashkent - Preview day 2

6 Oct 2017 16:55

Five winning nations at the first day of the Grand Prix in Tashkent. Israel was the most successful, they have a strong women team and already won three medals. On Saturday Sagi Muki will be fighting U81kg for Israel and Belgrade winner Rotem Shor U63kg, but even more chances for other nations this time. Read the preview by category. Read more

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British Acelya Toprak youngest winner at European Open Belgrade

23 Sep 2017 20:10

Great Britain had a good exercise at the European Open in Belgrade. The British took home four medals including gold for Acelya Toprak, the youngest winner of the day. The 19-year old surprised Amelie Guihur of France in the final U57kg. Host Serbia won four medals today, but just missed out on gold. Read more

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Karolina Talach steals the show U63kg in Zagreb

24 Sep 2016 21:05

Polish judoka Karolina Talach had the measure of Tyumen Grand Slam bronze medallist Diana Dzhigaros of Russia in the first final on day two in Zagreb. This time a big individual title for Talach who helped the Polish team to become European Team Champion. Read more

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Seven winning nations at European Open Warsaw

1 Mar 2014 18:45

The French women collected five medals at the European Open in Warsaw, enough for the victory among nations. The last European Open outside the qualification period for the Olympic Games of 2016 was a success with some surprising victories and good referee work in this tough period. Read more

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Result City Date
7Tbilisi2018
5Abu Dhabi2017
1Belgrade2017
7Minsk2017
3Bucharest2017

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