Dagvasuren Nyamsuren Judoka

Dagvasuren Nyamsuren

Dagvasuren Nyamsuren

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:22 January 1990 (28 years)
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Dagvasuren Nyamsuren of Mongolia wins World Cup medals since 2012. He won bronze at the Grand Prix Jeju in 2014 and Grand Prix medals in 2015 in Tbilisi and Ulaanbaatar. Nyamsuren won Asian Games bronze U81kg in 2014. He won the Grand Prix Ulaanbaatar in 2016. He took bronze at the Grand Prix in Qingdao in 2016. He captured silver at the Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2017 and bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2017.
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Switching judokas increase in the road to Tokyo2020

20 Feb 2018 16:40

Switching nations seems are still a trend, as judo is overwhelmed with judoka who switch nation, either to get a chance, either to get better financial circumstances. Although switches all from all times, but this Olympic cycle it's a method. With the latest three Mongolian athletes a new wave of many has started with the Tokyo 2020 Games ahead more will follow Read more

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Mongolian trio Davaadorj, Nyamsuren and Battulga switch to UAE

18 Feb 2018 12:50

Three Mongolian athletes make a remarkable switch and not the least. Former World number one Davaadorj Tumurkhuleg and Grand Slam Paris winner will switch to the United Arab Emirates. Read more

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Otgonbaatar Uuganbaatar on top for Mongolia to close in on the leading pack

3 Dec 2017 09:45

Mongolian Otgonbaatar Uuganbaatar closed the gap at the summit of the U81kg weight category with a typically tenacious performance which was full of heart and skill. Abu Dhabi Grand Slam silver medallist Otgonbaatar was able to break the Japanese monopoly on the top spot on the medal podium despite not facing any Japanese judoka as he beat two South Korean’s, a fellow Mongolian and a Brazilian in a vigorous but rewarding day’s work. Read more

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Sagi Muki makes mark in new category to send Israel top of the table

7 Oct 2017 19:35

Israelian Sagi Muki won gold for the first time in his new weight category with a competent display in the U81kg category despite not reaching his usual levels of spectacular ippon judo. Muki, who was fifth at the Rio 2016 Olympics in the U73kg category, faced former Asian Championships winner Nyamsuren Dagvasuren (MGL) in the final in a first meeting between the pair. Read more

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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

Result City Date
7St. Petersburg2017
3Tokyo2017
5Abu Dhabi2017
2Tashkent2017
5Hong Kong2017

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