• Hifumi Abe Judoka

    Hifumi Abe

    Hifumi Abe

    • Country:Japan
    • Born:9 August 1997 (23 years)
    • Popularity
    Hifume Abe became World Champion in 2018 in Baku and 2017 in Budapest. He took bronze in Tokyo in 2019. Abe became well known since he won the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing in 2014. He fought the World Junior Championships final in 2014. Won silver at the World Cadet Championships in Miami. He won the Grand Slam in Tyumen and Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016 as youngest winner. In 2017 he won the Grand Slams in Paris, Tokyo, Ekaterinburg and Düsseldorf. World Mixed team gold in Tokyo in 2019.
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    Hifumi Abe spectular but not surprising

    1 Apr 2021 21:50

    An eagerly awaited gold medal for Hifumi Abe as judo fans around the globe simply had a desire to see Hifumi Abe at his comeback in the IJF World Tour in Antalya, Turkey Read more

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    Japanese team in full force with six top athletes

    31 Mar 2021 22:05

    Abe Hifumi is back on the World Judo Tour, after winning his ticket to the Olympics, but in his first march he could face the current Olympic champion Beslan Mudranov (RUS). For both men this is a challenging start. Read more

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    Hifumi Abe returns in the IJF World Judo Tour in Antalya

    30 Mar 2021 17:55

    The Japanese team will come to the Grand Slam of Antalya with a strong team of 5 Olympic Games athletes. Among the athletes the last man who was nominated for the Games Hifumi Abe. In a year with very few judo competitions, Hifumi Abe battled against Joshiro Maruyama for the U66kg spot on the Japanese Olympic team, which could easily be described as the “match of the year” 2020. Hifumi Abe earned the spot in the Japanese team for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Read more

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    Japanese siblings be plan double act at Tokyo 2021 Olympics

    19 Jan 2021 09:30

    Top judo athletes Hifumi Abe and his younger sister Uta will compete together this Summer at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The unprecedented cancellation of last years Olympic Games due to the actual world context was a huge disappointment to sports fans worldwide, and we wait with baited breath to hear if Japan will go ahead and stage the worlds biggest sporting even this year. Read more

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    Opinion: The harsh reality of the road to the Olympics

    16 Dec 2020 08:30

    There was a special duel in Japan on Sunday. Hifumi Abe and Joshiro Maruyama - two great judo masters from the Land of the Rising Sun battled for one spot in Tokyo on the tatami. The stake in this spectacular fight was promotion to the Games. It could easily be a premature Olympic final. But one of these players will watch the Tokyo 2020 tournament on TV, and the judo level at the games will suffer. It's outrageous. Read more

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    1Antalya1 Apr
    1Düsseldorf2020
    1Osaka2019
    1Tokyo2019
    3Tokyo2019

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