Ryunosuke Haga Judoka

Ryunosuke Haga

Ryunosuke Haga

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:28 April 1991 (26 years)
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Ryunosuke Haga is the 2015 World Champion U100kg of Astana. He won Olympic Games bronze in 2016. Haga won the Universiade in Shenzhen (Student World Championships) in 2011. Won the World Junior Championships U20 in 2010 in Agadir. In 2015 he won the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf and Grand Slam in Tokyo. In 2017 he won gold at the Grand Prix in Hohhot.
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The category U100kg is a true battlefield for the world title

2 Sep 2017 09:25

The 100kg weight class is super competitive and definitely among the most sensational match days at the World Championships in Budapest. Many questions, many opportunities for many athletes. Defending World Champion Ryonosuke Haga of Japan is one of the candidates. But since the Olympic reduction, Haga lost half of his points and is unseeded for Budapest. Read more

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World Champion Ryunosuke Haga unseeded for Budapest

13 Aug 2017 18:25

The U100kg weight class is super competitive and will definitely be among the most sensational match days at the World Championships in Budapest. There are many questions and many opportunities for many athletes. Defending World Champion Ryonosuke Haga of Japan is one of the candidates. But since the Olympic reduction, Haga has lost half of his accumulated points and is unseeded for Budapest. Read more

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World champion Haga triumphs in battle of attrition against Denisov

2 Jul 2017 13:30

Japanese World champion Haga Ryunosuke showed his resolve to defeat Tokyo Grand Slam winner Kirill Denisov of Russia in the U100kg final and establish some form before defending his world crown in Budapest. Read more

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Mixed feelings in the Japanese men's team about Rio2016

22 Aug 2016 15:05

The Olympic Games have ended and the Judo Tournament has passed for a week. The Japanese men’s team had the ability to win 5-6 gold medals. In the end they went home with seven medals, but two gold medals. Still a tremendous share in the overall medal table of Japan and hopeful for Tokyo 2020, but they all had mixed feelings. We spoke to all of them. Read more

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Lukas Krpalek immortal after first Olympic title for Czech Republic

12 Aug 2016 00:05

Anyone could become Olympic champion in the men’s U100kg division. The field had so many favourites that each of the participants could knock out the elite. The elite has a short expiry date. The World medallists of Astana last year had no guarantee for a medal. In the field two former Olympic champions, and they were knocked out in the first round. Four World champions and Lukas Krpalek came on top today. Read more

Result City Date
1Hohhot2017
2Fukuoka2017
3Rio de Janeiro2016
1Tokyo2015
1Astana2015

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