Laurin Boehler Judoka

Laurin Boehler

Laurin Boehler

  • Country:Austria
  • Born:4 January 1995 (25 years)
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Austrian judoka Laurin Boehler took bronze at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017. He won bronze at the European Open in Tallinn in 2016. Boehler won Austrian titles as cadet, junior and U23 and added the Austrian senior title in 2015. He took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2016. He took bronze at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2018. He claimed a silver medal at the 2018 Grand Prix in Cancun. He won bronze at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2019.

Kentaro Iida overshadows world champion Cho

24 Feb 2019 20:05

World Judo Masters bronze medallist Iida Kentaro of Japan swept away the opposition in Düsseldorf as he secured his second Grand Slam title. The young Japanese star took the final to world champion Cho Guham (KOR) and caught the owner of the red backpatch with a de-ashi-barai that had the crowd purring in satisfaction. Cho relentlessly attempted his low seoi-nage to no avail. Read more


Russia’s Niiaz Bilalov produces perfect outing for first Grand Prix gold medal

15 Oct 2018 10:05

Niiaz Bilalov of Russia won all four of his contests by ippon to win his first Grand Prix title. The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam winner from Russia defeated Ekaterinburg Grand Slam bronze medallist Laurin Boehler (AUT) after 44 seconds of golden score with a ko-uchi-gake which earned ippon. Read more


Russian Niyaz Ilyasov earns best male result at home

18 Mar 2018 17:05

Niyaz Ilyasov of Russia launched his 2018 season with a home gold medal and his maiden Grand Slam title in Ekaterinburg. Ilyasov, 22, repaid the faith team supremo Ezio Gamba showed in the former Junior World Championships winner by marching to the U100kg gold medal by dispatching some of the most experienced judoka in the category. Read more


Outsider Cirjenics surges up the rankings after Grand Slam glory

22 May 2017 07:30

Cirjenics Miklos won the gold U100kg as Hungary’s top performer in the final Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg before his country hosts the World Championships in August. World number 22 Cirjenics won all four of his contests by ippon with the finest display of his career. Read more


Russian Adlan Bisultanov makes fresh start in Zagreb

25 Sep 2016 18:10

Russian Adlan Bisultanov was a leading performer in Zagreb as he defeated Dutch Budapest Grand Prix winner Michael Korrel to win his third Grand Prix gold medal. Korrel could not make it two back-to-back Grand Prix gold medals as he was on the receiving end of a drop seoi-nage which was worth a waza-ari score and was caught with a ko-uchi-gari for a yuko with a minute remaining. Read more

Result City Date
7Paris9 Feb
7Abu Dhabi2018

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