Stanislav Semenov Judoka

Stanislav Semenov

Stanislav Semenov

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:8 December 1990 (29 years)
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Stanislav Semenov of Russia won a European U23 silver medal in 2012. He won bronze at the Grand Slam Tyumen in 2016. He took a bronze medal at the European Open in Oberwart in 2016. He won the Grand Prix in Tunis in 2018.

Great technical skills by Stanislav Semenov to win gold

20 Jan 2018 19:30

One year after his last victory in Antalya it was Stanislav Semenov who captured the gold U81kg. For the very last final of the second day at the Grand Prix in Tunis Vedat Albayrak of Turkey faced Semenov. Albayrak switched country for a second time. He was born in Georgia, moved to Greece where we all know him as Roman Moustopoulos and now switched to Turkey where he was immediately successful with a final. Read more


Georgian men retain European team title in thriller against Russia

23 Apr 2017 17:45

Georgia is once again crowned as European team champion. In a super thriller the Georgian showed their depth in the team but also struck at the right moment with the right line-up against the Russians that surprisingly kept in line with the scores and came back each time. Read more


Stanislav Semenov adds another gold for Russia in Antalya

8 Apr 2017 20:10

The last final of the day saw Song Minki of Korea and Stanislav Semenov of Russia facing off for gold. Song Minki’s best results so far was only a bronze medal at the Asian Open in Taipei in 2016, when Semenov had already three bronze Grand Slam medals. Read more


New Stream takes gold, Red Star Belgrade thrills homecrowd

17 Dec 2016 21:30

In the final for men Red Star Belgrade had Russian team New Stream as strong opponent. It resulted in a top European Club final with excitement until the last 10 seconds. It was 37-year old veteran Alexandr Mikhailin who claimed the last and decisive victory of the tournament. Read more

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Aslan Lappinagov takes first Grand Slam gold for Russia

17 Jul 2016 19:55

At the Grand Slam in Tyumen, Japan ran away with the medal table with a 15-strong team and not one of them are part of their Rio 2016 team but rather Tokyo 2020 hopes. Their seven-strong women’s team won all seven gold medals available while their male counterparts won two gold medals. Read more

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