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Cadets Irem Korkmaz and Jovana Obradovic skyhigh to the top
7 Jun 2015 19:05
The team of Japan became the winner of the European Cup for Cadets in Bielsko Biala. With four gold medals, the Japanese men took 50% of all titles. Georgia wasn’t so bad with three titles and Ukraine won gold. Georgia won the most medals.
In the women’s division it was France who was the most dominant with seven medals, but the titles were equally divided among eight nations.
In total there were 21 nations with a medal. Not any winner of last year could prolong his title in Poland.
Irem Korkmaz (TUR) won her third European Cup for Cadets U52kg which gives her a top position this year. The same counts for Jovana Obradovic of Serbia who won the title U63kg.
Watch the statistic of most successful Cadet of this season here:
Host nation Poland won three medals among them one gold medal for Angelika Szymanska U57kg where Anna Dabrowska became third. Paulina Dziopa won bronze U70kg.
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