Mammadali Mehdiyev Judoka

Mammadali Mehdiyev

Mammadali Mehdiyev

  • Country:Azerbaijan
  • Born:9 April 1993 (26 years)
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Mammadali Mehdiyev of Azerbaijan won silver at the Grand Prix Jeju in 2014 and Grand Slam bronze in Baku in 2014 U81kg. He won the European Open in Prague in 2016. In 2013 he won bronze at the Junior Europeans. He won World junior bronze U81 in 2013. He won silver at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2017. He captured bronze at the Grand Prix in Antalya in 2018. He won the Grand Prix bronze in Zagreb. Mehdiyev won the Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2018. He won gold at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2019.

Azeri ace Mehdiyev stops Japanese Murao

24 Feb 2019 19:50

Azeri Mammadali Mehdiyev defeated 18-year-old Osaka Grand Slam bronze medallist Murao Sanshiro (JPN) to strike Grand Slam gold for the first time in his career. The world number seven denied high school student Murao a first IJF World Judo Tour title after the Japanese caught the eye in the preliminary rounds. Read more


Axel Clerget brings France first gold in Israel

26 Jan 2019 17:05

Frenchman and World Championships bronze medallist Axel Clerget clinched his second Grand Prix title as he defeated Nicholas Mungai of Italy in the U90kg final. The Frenchman submitted his rival with a ude-garami to provide his country with their best result in Israel and will now look forward to his home event, the Paris Grand Slam, in two weeks time. Read more


Mammadali Mehdiyev takes gold for Azerbaijan in Tashkent

11 Nov 2018 17:50

The first final of the day opposed the Hungarian and top seeded athlete, Toth Krisztian, who had to go to the golden score in the semi-final Mikail Ozerler (TUR), to qualify for the last match. But slightly injured during the preliminary rounds, Toth did not compete in the final and the victory went to Mammadali Mehdiyev (AZE). Read more


Krisztian Toth injured before finals in Tashkent

11 Nov 2018 12:35

Toth Krisztian of Hungary is a sort of scarecrow in a category that should not escape him, in theory at least, as in Judo we know that anything is always possible. Nevertheless, the 2014 world silver medalist and finalist of the last Abu Dhabi Grand Slam has all the cards in hand to win the Grand Prix of Tashkent, as he did on August 10 at the Budapest Grand Prix, but a small injury he suffered in the first rounds is preventing him from fighting the final. Read more


Mikhail Igolnikov grinds out Abu Dhabi win over Toth

29 Oct 2018 17:45

Russian European champion Mikhail Igolnikov won his second Grand Slam of the year with a narrow win over Budapest Grand Prix winner Toth Krisztian (HUN). The Düsseldorf Grand Slam winner added the Abu Dhabi title to his collection by edging out his Hungarian rival by a waza-ari score to win Russia’s first gold medal in the U.A.E. Read more

Result City Date
1Düsseldorf22 Feb
3Tel Aviv24 Jan

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