Ushangi Margiani Judoka

Ushangi Margiani

Ushangi Margiani

  • Country:Georgia
  • Born:28 January 1994 (24 years)
  • Popularity
Georgian judoka Ushangi Margiani won world bronze in 2017 in Budapest. He was European Open Team Champion with Georgia in 2014. He was in the final of the Grand Slam Baku in 2015 and 2014 and Grand Prix Samsun in 2015. Ushangi won 5 World Tour medals. He won European Junior silver in 2014. Margiani was Georgian champion in 2015 U81kg. He won a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2017. He won bronze at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2017. He took silver at the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2018.
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Preview men U90kg: Gwak Dong-Han wants to regain the world title

23 Sep 2018 22:55

The men’s tournament U90kg isn’t as strong as a few years ago, still there are many players who have about the same capabilities, so it all depends on the form of the day, the mindset and the skills. Read more

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Georgia powerful judo nation for men

16 Sep 2018 17:05

Georgia is a powerful judo nation, but only for men. For a long time, it had no female players in its World Championships team. Its first female representative, Esther Stam, was not even from Georgia but was an import from the Netherlands when she switched in 2014. Read more

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Terrific Toth wins fifth Grand Prix title

12 Aug 2018 20:05

Toth Krisztian of Hungary chalked up a fifth Grand Prix win and his second in his homeland with a battling display in the -90kg category. Former world silver medallist Toth faced world bronze medallist Ushangi Margiani (GEO) in the gold medal contest and matched his 2017 win over the Georgian to send the home faithful into raptures. Read more

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Kenta Nagasawa wins home Grand Slam for the first time

3 Dec 2017 10:30

Japanese Nagasawa Kenta won an all-Japanese final in Tokyo to win his second Grand Slam of the season. Ekaterinburg Grand Slam winner Nagasawa conquered Zagreb Grand Prix bronze medallist Kobayashi Yusuke (JPN) in the final with an uchi-mata after 30 seconds which had the crowd salivating. Read more

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Nemanja Majdov surprises the world with first Serbian world title

1 Sep 2017 21:15

Serbia started the day with their greatest opportunity to realise their dream of crowning a world judo champion but instead of world number one Aleksandar Kukolj it was a 21-year-old Worlds debutant who ruled the sport. World number 23 and double Junior European Champion Nemanja Majdov was the first shock finalist in the U90kg category and was then joined by world number 14 Mihael Zgank (SLO). Read more

Result City Date
2Budapest12 Aug
3Tokyo2017
3Wuppertal 2017
3Budapest2017
7Minsk2017

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