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DAY-1: 2018 JUDO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Azerbaijan BAKU

Judo World Championship Baku 2018 Highlights of day 1

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World Judo Championships 2018: Day 1 - Elimination

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Teenager BILODID (UKR) makes

history while TAKATO (JPN) retains

By Mark Pickering, Gabriela Sabau, Marina Mayorova on 20. Sep 2018
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CLICK HERE: Teenager BILODID (UKR)

makes history while TAKATO (JPN) retains

CLICK HERE: JudoWorlds2018: The Technical Analysis of

Daniel Lascau

-60kg: Japan's TAKATO retains his red backpatch with

his third world title victory

Defending world champion TAKATO Naohisa (JPN) successfully retained his red backpatch and

won Japan’s first gold medal in Baku. TAKATO, who appeared to pick up an leg injury in his

semi-final win, fought through it and was not going to be denied on a stage where he has now

excelled in 2013, 2017 and 2018. The Tokai University judoka extended his unbeaten run to

35 contests with a narrow win over Düsseldorf Grand Slam silver medallist Robert MSHVIDOBADZE

(RUS) in the final. TAKATO produced the only score of the final as he prodded his Russian

opponent with a ko-uchi-gari for a waza-ari and is firmly in pole position in the race for Tokyo

2020 for his country with one World Championships to go before the Games.  

-U60 Gold Medal Interview - Takato Naohisa (JPN)

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Preview -60Kg Men World Champs Baku 2018

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CLICK HERE: Daria Bilodid: The Youth Flag Bearer

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-48kg: Ukraine’s brilliant BILODID becomes the

youngest world judo champion in history

Paris Grand Slam gold medallist Daria BILODID (UKR) was crowned the youngest world judo

champion in history with a sensational performance in Baku. The 17-year-old, who had already

won five won IJF World Judo Tour events this season, won the world title at her second attempt

and added her name to record books. BILODID beat the record set by all-time great TANI Ryoko

(JPN) who was 18 when she won her first world title in 1993. TANI went on to win seven world

titles – at a time when the event was held every other year - and five Olympic medals and is

widely considered as the greatest female judoka of all time.

 

-U48 Gold Medal Interview - Daria Bilodid (UKR)

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#JUDOWORLDS2018 DARIA BILODID

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PREVIEW BAKU WORLD JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018 -48KG

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CLICK HERE: Live results for World Judo Championships Baku #JudoWorlds2018

           #JUDOWORLDS2018 

World Championships Senior and Teams Baku 2018

800 athletes - 129 nations  Azerbaijan, Baku

CLICK HERE: Part - 1 Complete Guide to #JudoWorlds2018

CLICK HERE: Part - 2 Complete Guide to #JudoWorlds2018

CLICK HERE: Part - 3 Complete Guide to #JudoWorlds2018

 #JUDO FOR THE WORLD AZERBAIJAN

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