Ami Kondo Judoka

Ami Kondo

Ami Kondo

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:9 May 1995 (24 years)
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Ami Kondo was World Champion seniors in 2014 in Chelyabinsk. Later she won the World Junior Championships U21 in 2014 in Miami. In 2015 she won bronze at the senior worlds in Astana and bronze in 2017. One of the youngest ever World Champions. She won the Grand Slam of Tokyo in 2015 and IJF Masters in 2016 and silver in 2018. Olympic bronze medallist in 2016 in Rio. She won gold at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg and Tokyo and in Paris in 2019.
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Japan dominates Tokyo Grand Slam with 100% conversion

4 Dec 2015 10:35

The first day of the Grand Slam in Tokyo is over with five victories for Japan, stating that this is what we can expect at the Olympic Games. However in Tokyo’s Metropolitan Gymnasium four Japanese fought in each category where in Rio there’s space for one. Read more

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Sarah Menezes back at highest level with bronze in Tokyo

4 Dec 2015 08:20

For months her fans were waiting for the return of Olympic champion, Sarah Menezes (BRA), who dropped to the 15th place on the world ranking list since her title in London in 2012. Often beaten in the preliminary rounds of tournaments she participated in, she seemed to have great difficulty in trying to return to her best level. Seeded No. 8 here in Tokyo, she looked back on form by making a perfect run to the semi-finals. Read more

2015 Golden Team Japan

the Golden team of Japan is BACK

30 Aug 2015 18:10

The team of Japan is fully back in the top of judo. Forget 2012, they’re back. With the double in the team event, for the first time since 2002 and six gold medals, four silver medals and five bronze medals the team impressed like never before. Read more

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Argentine Paula Pareto World Champion U48kg

24 Aug 2015 14:05

Paula Pareto has become World Champion for women U48kg. After a silver medal in 2014 the World #2 on the IJF Rankinglist took revenge on Japan. Ami Kondo blocker her in 2014 to the world title, this time Haruna Asami couldn’t stand the pressure of the small Argentine judoka who steps into the footlight of Daniela Krukower who won the first world title for her country in 2003. Read more

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Vice World Champion Beslan Mudranov blasted away

24 Aug 2015 08:00

Slightly the contours of today’s men’s U60kg division unveil while the World Championships have started the engines on Monday. The first major surprise is Vice World Champion and European Games winner Beslan Mudranov who lost his match against the strong Uzbek Diyorbek Urozboev. It was the most appealing match after Sunday’s draw that came out of the first rounds. Read more