Lincoln Neves Judoka

Lincoln Neves

Lincoln Neves

  • Country:Brazil
  • Born:6 January 1996 (24 years)
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Brazilian judoka Lincoln Neves won bronze at the 2015 World Junior Championships in Abu Dhabi. He was World Junior Ranking leader U73kg. He won a bronze medal at the European Open in Tallinn in 2016. He won bronze at the European Open in Rome in 2017. He won the Pan American Open in Santiago in 2019. Lincoln Neves (BRA) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for juniors U73kg from 2014-2016.
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Marica Perisic and Vanessa Chala complete successful triple in Pan America

24 Mar 2019 23:55

Brazil proved to be the strongest nation at the Pan American Open in Santiago de Chile this weekend. The Brazilians captured three gold medals. Four nations won two titles in Chile. Vanessa Chala of Ecuador and Marica Perisic of Serbia are the only two athletes who won all three Pan American Opens in Santiago, Cordoba and Lima. Read more

20151024_AbuDhabi_66_CARGNIN, Daniel (BRA)

Team Gold for Japanese juniors at Superdesafio in Brazil

8 May 2016 22:00

The Mother's Day celebrations for the international juniors were on the mat of the CBJ Training Center in Lauro de Freitas, and ended with Japan with gold at the Superdesafio, International Cup Selections, a team event for international juniors. Read more

20151025_AbuDhabi_day3_90_GVINIASHVILI, Beka (GEO)

Ilyasov and Gviniashvili dominant leaders at Junior World Rank

27 Oct 2015 09:25

Nine of the 16 World Ranking leaders kept their leading position after the World Junior Championships. Eleven from Europe, four from Brazil and one from Asia, Kazachstan in fact. Despite the fabulous World Championships of Japan none of the youngster became World ranking leader, mainly because usually they don’t appear at Continental Cups where points can be achieved. Read more

20151024_AbuDhabi_73_KANG, Heoncheol (KOR)

Kang conquers opposition for second Korean gold

24 Oct 2015 16:25

Kang Heoncheol starred for South Korea on day two as he won his team’s second gold medal in Abu Dhabi. Georgian Tamazi Kirakozashvili had shone for Georgia in the preliminary rounds but yet when it came to the final he ran out of steam and Kang prevailed. Kirakozashvili was penalised three times which was two more than his opponent and he was inconsolable after the awarding ceremony. Judo’s legendary Yamashita Yasuhiro saw this and made a beeline for him to lift his spirits and say how he has no doubts that the Georgian will move on to a bigger stage in the future. Read more

Result City Date
3Panama City2019
1Santiago2019
3Lima2018
2Lauro de Freitas2017
2Belo Horizonte2017

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