• Ryuju Nagayama Judoka

    Ryuju Nagayama

    Ryuju Nagayama

    • Country:Japan
    • Born:15 April 1996 (24 years)
    • Popularity
    Japanese judoka Ryuju Nagayama took bronze at the 2019 World Championships in Tokyo against Takato, fifth in 2018 in Baku. Nagayama was World Junior Champion U60kg in 2015 and he won the World Cadet Championships in 2011 in Kiev U50kg. In 2016 and 2018 he won the Grand Slam of Japan and in Ekaterinburg in 2017. He took bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2017. He took gold at the IJF Masters in 2017 and 2019. He won the IJF Tour in Düsseldorf four times. In 2020 he won the Grand Slam in Paris.
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    Ryuju Nagayama shows his best in Tashkent

    5 Mar 2021 20:25

    World Number one, Nagayama Ryuju of Japan, could scare all his opponents in Tashkent and they would have been forgiven. While the Japanese team, despite his world ranking, did not select him for the Olympic Games, with the AJJF selecting Takato Naohisa, Nagayama nonetheless retains the necessary motivation to perform at the highest level. Read more

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    Trendy throw: floating elbow morote-seoi

    23 Aug 2020 21:55

    We at JudoInside with our partner, JudoCrazy, like to spot new trends as well as old trends that have gone largely unnoticed. A good example of an emerging trend that we spotted early on was the "Reverse Seoi-Nage". Read more

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    Ryuju Nagayama puts pressure on Takato

    8 Feb 2020 17:50

    World number one Nagayama Ryuju (JPN) came through his latest test to lay claim to being in pole position for Tokyo 2020 as his teammate Takato Naohisa will have to wait for his turn to impress in two weeks-time in Germany at the Düsseldorf Grand Slam. Read more

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    Ryuju Nagayama smells his chance in Paris

    30 Jan 2020 07:55

    Nagayama afforded the chance to strike first in 2020 as Takato awaits Dusseldorf chance. World number one Nagayama Ryuju (JPN) gets a headstart on his teammate Takato Naohisa and rival for Japan’s U60th berth in Tokyo, as he, and he alone, has received the call-up for Paris. Read more

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    Ryuju Nagayama wins second Masters crown

    12 Dec 2019 13:00

    World number one Nagayama Ryuju of Japan conquered a star-laden U60kg field to repeat his 2017 Masters victory as he beat world number seven Francisco Garrigos (ESP) by ippon in the final. Tokai University member Nagayama opened the scoring with a sumi-otoshi and ended the final in style with a uchi-mata-sukashi to put the pressure back on his teammate and three-time world champion Takato Naohisa (JPN) in the race for Tokyo 2020 selection. Read more

    Result City Date
    1Tashkent5 Mar
    1Paris2020
    1Budapest2019
    1Qingdao2019
    2Osaka2019

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