Antonina Shmeleva Judoka

Antonina Shmeleva

Antonina Shmeleva

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:25 July 1994 (24 years)
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Russian judoka Antonina Shmeleva won the Grand Prix in The Hague in 2018. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2016. She won gold at the European Cup in Belgrade in 2016. She won bronze at the European Open in Sofia in 2017. She won a silver medal at the European Cup in Orenburg in 2015.
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Unfancied Russian Antonina Shmeleva grinds out first IJF title

18 Nov 2018 21:35

Russian Antonina Shmeleva won her maiden IJF title to send her country top of the medal table in The Hague. Hohhot Grand Prix bronze medallist Sama Hawa Camara (FRA) came undone on the ground as the Russian secured a kesa-gatame hold and remained there for 20 seconds and U78kg gold. Read more

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Szabina Gercsak adds another European title to her profile

12 Nov 2016 17:15

Szabina Gercsak remains unbeaten in this age category. The Hungarian super woman added another title at her luxurious profile at the European U23 Championships in Tel Aviv. Hungary, The Ukraine and Croatia were the winning nations for the women in Tel Aviv on Saturday. Read more

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Beka Gviniashvili on course for his first U23 European title

12 Nov 2016 14:10

At the second day of the European U23 Championships in Tel Aviv the final spots are taken. The last six judoka are preparing for the final block. Today four categories for men and three for women. Read more

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Russia tops the table at European Cup in Belgrade

9 Oct 2016 18:10

The organisation of the European Cup can be happy with high level judo with 331 judoka and Russia as strongest nation. The Russians doubled the score of Saturday with another four gold medals. Two German men won gold on Sunday starting with Benjamin Muennich. Read more

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Abigel Joo starts new Olympic bid with gold in Zagreb

25 Sep 2016 18:00

Hungarian Abigel Joo has a short-term goal of winning her home World Championships next year in Budapest and a long-term goal of winning the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Joo, 26, finished seventh at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, having finished fifth at London 2012, while her U78kg final adversary Guusje Steenhuis of the Netherlands was overlooked for Rio 2016 by the Dutch Judo Federation. Read more

Result City Date
7Ekaterinburg17 Mar
7Düsseldorf22 Feb
7Tel Aviv24 Jan
1The Hague2018
7Tbilisi2018

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