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Croatian coast city Porec will host the 2020 European U23 Championships
4 Nov 2018 19:35
The city of Porec will host the 2020 U23 European Championships. The touristic Croatian city has a judo reputation organising the Junior European Championships in 2012 and the Croatian Judo Federation is a dedicated host of the major judo events in the world. Last year Croatia organized the Junior World Championships and a Grand Prix since 2013 and countless European Cups for cadets and seniors.
In 2010 Porec also hosted the European Veteran Championships and the annual Judo Festival over the last three years. Croatian Judo Federation President Sanda Corac is involved in all these championships and has warm relations with the European and World Judo Federations.
In 2008 Zagreb was host of the U23 European Championships. Together with Russia, Croatia is the only country that will host these championships for a second time.
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