Oumaima Bedioui Judoka

Oumaima Bedioui

Oumaima Bedioui

  • Country:Tunisia
  • Born:27 January 1998 (23 years)
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Tunisian judoka Oumaima Bedioui took bronze at the World Cadet Championships in Sarajevo in 2015. African Junior champion in 2016. She took a silver medal at the Junior World Championships in Nassau in the Bahamas. Oumaima Bedioui (TUN) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for cadets U40kg in 2014. She clinched a bronze medal at the African Championships in Cape Town in 2019.

Junior weight categories U44kg and U55kg cancelled immediately

30 Jan 2019 11:20

The junior categories men U55kg and women U44kg will be cancelled in all events. All technical directors and coaches were officially informed about the new measure. A very drastic rule for all athletes in these categories. Read more


Lightweight specialists Japan start with gold from Todokoro

18 Oct 2018 07:45

IJF debutant Todokoro Chihiro (JPN) was crowned the U44kg Junior World Championships gold medallist with victory over Junior African Championships gold medallist Oumaima Bedioui (TUN). Read more


Daria Bilodid overcomes all pressure and displays mental powers

17 Oct 2018 23:50

It was an unsurprising result for Daria Bilodid as she claimed the junior world title on the opening day of competition at the Junior World Championships, nonetheless proving to the world once again that she is a young phenom. Japan claimed two gold medals of their own, and the crowd was treated to an all-Azeri U55kg final. Read more

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First World Cadet Gold for Russian Olga Borisova

5 Aug 2015 19:05

At the opening day of the World Cadet Championships in Sarajevo the first gold was for Russia. Cadet European Championships Team gold medallist Olga Borisova (RUS) struck individual gold on the highest stage of her career as the 15-year-old defeated Baasansuren Oidovchimed (MGL) in the U40kg final. Both judoka showed their desire for the u18 world title all day long and produced a scoreless but yet entertaining final which saw the Russian youngster win on shido penalties with one against the Mongolian for passivity. Read more

Result City Date
3Cape Town2019

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