Enkhriilen Lkhagvatogoo Judoka

Enkhriilen Lkhagvatogoo

Enkhriilen Lkhagvatogoo

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:28 December 1998 (21 years)
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Mongolian judoka Enkhriilen Lkhagvatogoo claimed a silver medal at the World Junior Championships in Zagreb in 2017. She won the Grand Prix Ulaanbaatar in 2016 U57kg. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Düsseldorf in 2018. She won the Champions League with Flam'91 in 2018. She took a bronze medal at the Asian Pacific Championships in Fujairah in 2019.

Mongolian Championships kick-off the season

7 Jan 2019 16:30

The first national championships are a fact. In one of the most promising judo countries of the world, in Mongolia the championships are held this week. Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir and Gankhaich Bold prolonged their titles at the first day where the light- and middle weights fought. In Ulaanbaatar some of the categories where amazingly strong. Read more


Nekoda Smythe-Davis continues to prosper in 2018

23 Feb 2018 21:45

Paris Grand Slam bronze medallist Nekoda Smythe-Davis (GBR) started as the number one seed in Germany in a category which housed two Japanese judoka and a host of world medallists. Londoner Smythe-Davis, 24, who hails from Ealing Judo Club, took her career to a new level last year with bronze at the World Championships and has made a blistering start to the new season. Read more


Haruka Funakubo retains Junior world title for Japan after perfect day

19 Oct 2017 19:10

Defending Junior world champion Funakubo Haruka successfully retained her Junior World title in Zagreb with a virtuoso display as she won all five of her contests by ippon. The 19-year-old is undefeated in international competition and looks poised for inclusion in this year’s Tokyo Grand Slam at the beginning of December. Read more

20160701_MGL_IJF_57 LKHAGVATOGOO, Enkhriilen ISHIKAWA, Megumi

Teen Lkhagvatogoo Enkhriilen books records with gold U57kg

1 Jul 2016 19:45

New Mongolian kid on the block Lkhagvatogoo Enkhriilen was a shock winner in Ulaanbaatar as she bested former Asian Championships winner Ishikawa Megumi (JPN) in the U57kg final. Lkhagvatogoo is the fourth youngest ever winner of an IJF Tour. Megumi Tsugane (JPN), Hifumi Abe (JPN) and Da Sol Park (KOR) were just a few days younger than the Mongolian starlet. Read more

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