Takeshi Ojitani Judoka

Takeshi Ojitani

Takeshi Ojitani

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:9 June 1992 (26 years)
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Takeshi Ojitani won the World Junior Championships U20 in 2010 in Agadir and 2011 in Cape Town. In 2015 he won bronze at the Grand Slam of Paris. He won bronze at the Grand Slam Tyumen in 2016. Ojitani won the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016. In 2017 he won the Grand Slam in Paris. He took silver at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2018 in a remarkable final.
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Amazing field at Asian Games in Jakarta

28 Aug 2018 19:55

The Asian Games delivered a tempting draw in Jakarta. On Wednesday the Asian Games will kick off with a strong field. When you look at the U60kg field the seeded players Dashdavaa, Urozboev, Smetov and Shishime are obviously separated. Read more

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Hisayoshi Harasawa beats Takeshi Ojitani for Japanese title

29 Apr 2018 18:50

Hisayoshi Harasawa earned his second career national championship on Sunday, winning his final against two-time defending champion Takeshi Ojitani in extra time. Read more

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No heavyweight gold as both Japanese finalists disqualified

25 Feb 2018 19:25

Olympic silver medallist Harasawa Hisayoshi and two-time Grand Slam winner Ojitani Takeshi both from Japan were not expected to produce one of best contests of the competition when they were paired together but what materialised was an attack-shy final which culminated with a first double disqualification on this stage. Read more

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Mikhail Igolnikov explodes at Grand Slam Düsseldorf

25 Feb 2018 18:35

At the third day of the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf Mikhail Igolnikov was the sensation of the day. For the first time in his career he won a World Tour event. Not just that, but he defeated Olympic Champion Mashu Baker in the final U90kg. Also Mashu Baker was an outperformer today with excellent judo. Read more

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World Champion Aaron Wolf replaced for Grand Slam Tokyo

29 Nov 2017 11:55

A Strong Japanese team is expected to shine at the Grand Slam in Tokyo this weekend. Nonetheless in the latest moment to World Champions fell off the roster as current U100kg World Champion Aaron Wolf was replaced by Daiki Nishiyama in his new category. 2015 World Champion Ryunosuke Haga will be replaced by Yusuke Kumashiro, both U100kg. Hisayoshi Harasawa won’t compete +100kg as is replaced by Daiki Kamikawa. Read more

Result City Date
5Jakarta31 Aug
2Tokyo29 Apr
3Fukuoka8 Apr
2Düsseldorf25 Feb
7Tokyo2017

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