Alexander Mikhailin Judoka

Alexander Mikhailin

Alexander Mikhailin

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:18 August 1979 (41 years)
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Alexander Mikhailin is triple World Champion, 7 World medals, 6 time European Champion (11 medals) and Olympic finallist +100kg at the London Olympic Games. Won various European and World titles with the Russian team. He won 17 World Cup events including the European Open in Sofia in 2018 at the age of 38 Alexander Mikhailin (RUS) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors O100kg in 2009.
WK 2001 Arik Zeevi

Ariel Zeevi: The Judo Day of my Life

4 Jun 2020 09:05

When Ariel “Arik” Zeevi, first stepped onto a judo mat, he was 7 years old. Growing up in a rough neighbourhood in Bnei Brak just East of Tel Aviv in Israel, sporting options were limited. He chose judo because it was near to where he lived. He started training in a shelter inside a local community centre, his first coach was 16 years old and one of his neighbours. Read more

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Teddy Riner defeats all hopes, Iliadis gives the fans a smile in prelims

11 Nov 2017 16:35

The preliminary matches of the World Open Championships in Marrakech saw some great battles and surprising results. Especially the lighter judokas such as Nikiforov and Granda excelled in this openweight category and qualified for the semi finals. The return of Ilias Iliadis was just great to see when he was opposed to Roy Meyer. The Greek came back for the new generation and the generous smile after his contest was full of warmth for judo. Read more

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Alexander Mikhaylin believes in Russian miracle

8 Nov 2017 13:55

Russia are fielding the largest team at the Openweight World Championships 2017. Among their seven-strong team is 2001 Openweight World Championships winner and seven-time world medallist Alexander Mikhaylin (RUS) who lost out to Riner in the London 2012 heavyweight final. Read more

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Record prize money at OpenWeight World Championships with 100,000 Euro for gold

7 Nov 2017 10:45

The Openweight World Championships in Marrakech this weekend represents a new chapter for prize money in judo. A record amount of prize money will be on the table thanks to the IJF's ability to attract new sponsors and partners at a time when the sports market is saturated and more competitive than ever. Gold medallists will earn a record €100,000 with silver medallists scooping €50,000 and bronze medallists taking home €25,000. Sounds like "Marracash." Read more

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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

Result City Date
7The Hague2018
5Agadir2018
1Sofia2018
2Ankara2017
7Marrakech2017

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