Amartuvshin Dashdavaa Judoka

Amartuvshin Dashdavaa

Amartuvshin Dashdavaa

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:15 December 1987 (30 years)
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Mongolian judoka Amartuvshin Dashdavaa won various international events such as the Grand Prix in 2015 in Mongolia. He won his first World Cup in 2011 in Almaty. In 2015 he won Grand Slam bronze in Paris and gold at the Grand Prix in Ulaanbaatar and Qingdao in 2016. He won bronze at the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2017 and silver at the Grand Prix in Hohhot.He captured bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague and silver at the Grand Slam in Tokyo and bronze at the Masters.
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Masters newcomer Ryuju Nagayama stars for Japan

16 Dec 2017 17:55

Nagayama Ryuju charged to his first World Judo Masters win with a clinical performance in the U60kg category. The world number nine and Tokyo Grand Slam bronze medallist made a successful World Judo Masters debut on Saturday as he beat Abu Dhabi Grand Slam bronze medallist Francisco Garrigos (ESP) in the men’s lightest final with a majestic ippon seoi-nage after one minute. Read more

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World champion Naohisa Takato earns his eighth Grand Slam gold medal

2 Dec 2017 10:30

Two-time and reigning world champion Takato Naohisa won the U60kg title to celebrate an eighth Grand Slam gold medal and to extend his winning streak to 18 contests. Takato faced former world silver medallist Dashdavaa Amartuvshin (MGL) in the final and both judoka were tentative as they accumulated two shidos apiece in regulation time. Read more

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Bekir Ozlu grabs gold at Grand Prix The Hague

17 Nov 2017 18:10

Bekir Ozlu of Turkey was the star of the show in the U60kg category as he finished unbeaten after four contests in The Hague. World number 17 Ozlu can now wait for his invitation to the World Judo Masters in December after his win will guarantee a shift in position on the World Ranking List inside the top 16 and, on this showing, he will not be going there just to make up the numbers. Read more

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Can Smetov resist the Japanese opposition? World Preview U60kg

27 Aug 2017 22:10

Looking at the U60kg division for the World Championships in Budapest, the player most likely to win is Naohisa Takato of Japan. He has solid traditional judo techniques, like sode-tsurikomi-goshi, drop seoi-nage, and uchimata, but he is also capable of doing unorthodox techniques more commonly associated with European judo, such as side takedown, utsuri-goshi, and sumi-gaeshi. Read more

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Shishime Toru claims Grand Prix title in China

30 Jun 2017 14:10

Shishime Toru of Japan struck in the men’s lightest weight category as he won his third Grand Prix title. Baku Grand Slam winner and Former Paris Grand Slam winner Shishime, 25, is ninth in the world but has two Japanese judokla in front of him with Takato Naohisa second in the world and Nagayama Ryuju sixth with the latter duo both receiving the nod for Budapest. Read more

Result City Date
3St. Petersburg2017
2Tokyo2017
3The Hague2017
2Hohhot2017
7Baku2017

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