Soichi Hashimoto Judoka

Soichi Hashimoto

Soichi Hashimoto

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:24 August 1991 (29 years)
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Soichi Hashimoto became the world champion in 2017 in Budapest and took silver in 2018 in Baku. Hashimoto won the Masters in Guadalajara in 2016. In 2017 he won the Grand Slam in Paris in 2017, 2019 and 2020 and Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg and IJF Masters in 2017 and 2019. Soichi Hashimoto (JPN) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors U73kg from 2017-2019. In 2019 he won the Grand Prix in Montreal. World Mixed team gold in Tokyo in 2019. He took bronze at the Grand Slam Brasilia in 2019
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An Chang-Rim defeats Hashimoto and offers Korea third gold

13 Jan 2021 07:25

The 2017 world champion, Hashimoto Soichi (JPN) was the big favourite before the start of the day and without a hitch he made the final, to meet the 2018 world champion An Chang-Rim (KOR), in a match that promised to be explosive. Read more

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Men's IJF Masters in Doha exciting an full of top stars

9 Jan 2021 15:20

Judo is back and with the IJF Masters in Doha the world’s top athletes will be finally in the mood for some smashing. JudoInside and JudoCrazy analysed the top favourites which will give you a guide to watch out for. Read more

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Soichi Hashimoto hat-trick in Paris

8 Feb 2020 19:30

Former world champion Hashimoto Soichi of Japan lived up to his billing as the top seed by defeating three-time Grand Prix winner Zhansay Smagulov (KAZ) to win the -73kg final. The Paris crowd saw Hashimoto crowned the champion for the third time as he repeated his 2017 and 2019 wins to be the last man standing from a field of 76 judoka. Read more

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Soichi Hashimoto returns to glory to complete Masters hat-trick

13 Dec 2019 12:50

Former world champion Hashimoto Soichi of Japan won the World Judo Masters for the third time as he returned to being Japan’s number two behind Olympic and world champion Ono Shohei (JPN). Hashimoto was awarded the victory after Zagreb Grand Prix winner Tohar Butbul (ISR) could not compete in the -73kg final due to injury. The Park 24 judoka topped the Masters podium as he did in 2016 and 2017 and will hang on to his slim chances of making the Olympics team with major selections still likely for him in 2020. Read more

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Masters in Qingdao with promising Japanese team

9 Dec 2019 11:15

The last event for this year is preparing for the ultimate Masters in Qingdao, in the year in advance of the Olympic Games next year in Tokyo. This time Japan sent an awesome team of 10 men and 10 women. Some super clashes may again lead to an all Japanese final. Read more

Result City Date
2Doha12 Jan
1Paris2020
1Qingdao2019
2Osaka2019
3Brasilia2019

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