In Hyuk Choi Judoka

In Hyuk Choi

In Hyuk Choi

  • Country:South Korea
  • Born:23 February 1994 (25 years)
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Korean judoka Choi In Hyuk won a gold meda at the Grand Prix in Qingdao in 2013 U60kg. He also won a medal at World Junior Championships. Choi finished seventh at the 2014 World Championships in Astana. Choi took bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016. He clinched a bronze medal at the gold Grand Prix in Hohhot in 2019
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Kim Won Jin stars on return

24 May 2019 15:10

Double world medallist Kim Won Jin of Korea stole the show in Hohhot with the ippon of the day as he beat Asian Championships silver medallist Yang Yung Wei (TPE) to win the U60kg final. Read more

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Despite absences lots of fast judoka 60kg in Baku

7 Sep 2018 15:00

Without Ganbat boldbaatar, Amartuvshin dashdavaa, Yeldos Smetov, Walide Khyar, Diyorbek Urozboev and Elios Manzi the U60kg weight class in Baku is a bit devaluated. Nonetheless still enough spectacular judo with the Japanese input of World Champion Naohisa Takato, World number one Ryuji Nagayama and Olympic Champion Beslan Mudranov. Read more

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Junior World champion Nagayama Ryuju steals the show U60kg

2 Dec 2016 13:30

Junior world champion Nagayama Ryuju shocked Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Takato Naohisa to win U60kg gold on day one in Tokyo. The teammates who train together every day at Tokai University met in one of Japan’s four finals as Nagayama threw spectacularly with an uchi-mata for ippon with 44 seconds remaining as he lifted up Takato from his knees and over onto this back. The silver medallist gave Nagayama a pat on his back after the contested was awarded and both judoka will be in contention in 2017 on the IJF World Judo Tour. Read more

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Vice World Champion Beslan Mudranov blasted away

24 Aug 2015 08:00

Slightly the contours of today’s men’s U60kg division unveil while the World Championships have started the engines on Monday. The first major surprise is Vice World Champion and European Games winner Beslan Mudranov who lost his match against the strong Uzbek Diyorbek Urozboev. It was the most appealing match after Sunday’s draw that came out of the first rounds. Read more

Result City Date
3Hohhot2019
3Baku2018
5Tokyo2017
3Tokyo2016
7Astana2015

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