Daria Bilodid Judoka

Daria Bilodid

Daria Bilodid

  • Country:Ukraine
  • Born:10 October 2000 (19 years)
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Daria Bilodid of the Ukraine became 2019 World Champion in Tokyo and won her first title in Baku as youngest ever gold medallist. Bilodid became European Senior Champion in 2017 and won European Games gold in Minsk and GS Abu Dhabi in 2019. At 16 she was the 2nd youngest female ever. Bilodid became World Cadet Champion in Sarajevo in 2015 and won the 2018 Junior world title in Nassau. The only judoka to take both the Cadet, Junior and Senior European title in 1 year. Daughter of Gennady Bilodid.
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Daria Bilodid remains unbeaten against Japanese judoka

8 Feb 2020 17:50

Double world champion Daria Bilodid (UKR) retained her Paris crown with victory over Osaka Grand Slam bronze medallist Koga Wakana (JPN) to improve to 9-0 against Japanese judoka. Bilodid, 19, was lethargic in the earlier rounds as she looked drained and had to dig deep to force her way into the final. Read more

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Daria Bilodid starts her ultimate year in Paris

6 Feb 2020 07:55

Double world champion Daria Bilodid, 19, is mere months away from her first Olympic Games and her first opportunity to capture the sport’s greatest prize. Not many athletes have found the key to defeat the teenager. The Japanese suffer from a 0-8 against Bilodid. The super Ukrainian talent is tipped to meet new opposition in the form of Paris debutant Koga Wakana. Read more

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The Bilodid Kuznetsova family continues in Paris

3 Feb 2020 10:00

The student surpasses the teacher reads an old adage but Daria Bilodid has given a new meaning to this phrase, trained by her mother Svetlana Kuznetsova, a Russian-born judoka who participated in several local tournaments, has a higher bar on her father Gennady Bilodid. Read more

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Sagi Muki concludes successful 2019 as top earner

31 Dec 2019 11:05

The IJF will continue its end-of-year tradition of awarding a prize money bonus to all 14 world number ones on the final IJF World Ranking List for 2019. The bonus, which was first introduced in 2016, will see the world number one’s in each of the 14 weight categories scoop a bonus of $10,000 per judoka. Read more

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French women lead the last World Ranking of 2019

19 Dec 2019 09:00

Looking at the World Ranking, this year wasn’t so different than 2018. Especially in the women’s division some of the same leaders top the IJF World Ranking. Not surprisingly World Champions Daria Bilodid and Clarisse Agbegnenou who retained title in Tokyo reign in their categories. Read more

Result City Date
1Paris8 Feb
1Budapest2019
1Abu Dhabi2019
1Tokyo2019
1Minsk2019

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