2014 European Judo Championships

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The 2014 European Judo Championships were the 25th edition of the European Judo Championships, organised by the European Judo Union, and were held in Montpellier, France from April 24 to April 27, 2014.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−60 kg Russia Beslan Mudranov Georgia (country) Amiran Papinashvili Armenia Hovhannes Davtyan
Azerbaijan Ilgar Mushkiyev
−66 kg France Loïc Korval France David Larose Russia Mikhail Pulyaev
Belarus Dzmitry Shershan
−73 kg Netherlands Dex Elmont France Ugo Legrand Slovenia Rok Drakšič
Hungary Miklós Ungvári
−81 kg Georgia (country) Avtandil Tchrikishvili France Loïc Pietri Hungary Szabolcs Krizsán
Germany Sven Maresch(cs)
−90 kg Georgia (country) Varlam Liparteliani Russia Kirill Voprosov(cs) France Alexandre Iddir
Hungary Krisztian Toth
−100 kg Czech Republic Lukáš Krpálek Azerbaijan Elmar Gasimov Russia Adlan Bisultanov
France Cyrille Maret(fr)
+100 kg France Teddy Riner Georgia (country) Adam Okruashvili Germany Andre Breitbarth
Lithuania Marius Paskevicius
Teams
details
 Georgia (GEO)  Russia (RUS)  Germany (GER)
 France (FRA)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−48 kg Hungary Éva Csernoviczki France Amandine Buchard(fr) Ukraine Maryna Cherniak
Russia Kristina Rumyantseva
−52 kg Kosovo Majlinda Kelmendi Russia Natalia Kuziutina Romania Andreea Stefania Chitu
Israel Gili Cohen
−57 kg France Automne Pavia Germany Miryam Roper Austria Sabrina Filzmoser
Portugal Telma Monteiro
−63 kg France Clarisse Agbegnenou Slovenia Tina Trstenjak Poland Agata Ozdoba
Netherlands Anicka Van Emden
−70 kg Netherlands Kim Polling Germany Laura Vargas-Koch Austria Bernadette Graf(de)
Croatia Barbara Matić
−78 kg France Audrey Tcheumeo Netherlands Marhinde Verkerk Hungary Abigél Joó
France Lucie Louette Kanning(fr)
+78 kg France Émilie Andéol(fr) Bosnia and Herzegovina Larisa Ceric Germany Franziska Konitz
Germany Jasmin Kuelbs
Teams
details
 France (FRA)  Germany (GER)  Poland (POL)
 Slovenia (SLO)

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 7 4 4 15
2  Georgia 3 2 0 5
3  Netherlands 2 1 1 4
4  Russia 1 3 3 7
5  Hungary 1 0 4 5
6  Czech Republic 1 0 0 1
Kosovo Kosovo [a] 1 0 0 1
8  Germany 0 3 5 8
9  Slovenia 0 1 2 3
10  Azerbaijan 0 1 1 2
11  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 1 0 1
12  Austria 0 0 2 2
 Poland 0 0 2 2
14  Ukraine 0 0 1 1
 Belarus 0 0 1 1
 Croatia 0 0 1 1
 Israel 0 0 1 1
 Lithuania 0 0 1 1
 Portugal 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
 Armenia 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64

Results overview[edit]

Men[edit]

–60 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Beslan Mudranov  RUS
2. Amiran Papinashvili  GEO
3. Hovhannes Davtyan  ARM
3. Ilgar Mushkiyev  AZE
5. Ashley McKenzie  GBR
5. Orkhan Safarov  AZE
7. Arsen Galstyan  RUS
7. Ludwig Paischer  AUT

–66 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Loic Korval  FRA
2. David Larose  FRA
3. Mikhail Pulyaev  RUS
3. Dzmitry Shershan  BLR
5. Sugoi Uriarte Marcos  ESP
5. Georgii Zantaraia  UKR
7. Adrian Gomboc  SLO
7. Nijat Shikhalizada  AZE

–73 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Dex Elmont  NED
2. Ugo Legrand  FRA
3. Rok Drakšič  SLO
3. Miklós Ungvári  HUN
5. Rustam Orujov  AZE
5. Nugzari Tatalashvili  GEO
7. Enrico Parlati  ITA
7. Zebeda Rekhviashvili  GEO

–81 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Avtandil Tchrikishvili  GEO
2. Loic Pietri  FRA
3. Szabolcs Krizsán  HUN
3. Sven Maresch(cs)  GER
5. Roman Moustopoulos  GRE
5. Aliaksandr Stsiashenka  BLR
7. Antonio Ciano  ITA
7. Diogo Lima  POR

–90 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Varlam Liparteliani  GEO
2. Kirill Voprosov(cs)  RUS
3. Alexandre Iddir  FRA
3. Krisztian Toth  HUN
5. Joakim Dvarby  SWE
5. Shashin Gahramanov  AZE
7. Karolis Bauza  LTU
7. Zviad Gogotchuri  GEO

–100 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Lukáš Krpálek  CZE
2. Elmar Gasimov  AZE
3. Adlan Bisultanov  RUS
3. Cyrille Maret(fr)  FRA
5. Karl-Richard Frey  GER
5. Toma Nikiforov  BEL
7. Artem Bloshenko  UKR
7. Elkhan Mammadov  AZE

+100 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Teddy Riner  FRA
2. Adam Okruashvili  GEO
3. Andre Breitbarth  GER
3. Marius Paskevicius  LTU
5. Matjaz Ceraj  SLO
5. Levani Matiashvili  GEO
7. Stanislav Bondarenko  UKR
7. Roy Meyer  NED

Teams[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Georgia  GEO
2. Russia  RUS
3. Germany  GER
3. France  FRA
5. Czech Republic  CZE
5. Slovenia  SLO
7. Ukraine  UKR
7. Portugal  POR

Women[edit]

-48 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Éva Csernoviczki  HUN
2. Amandine Buchard  FRA
3. Maryna Cherniak  UKR
3. Kristina Rumyantseva  RUS
5. Valentina Moscatt  ITA
5. Amelie Rosseneu  ISR
7. Sumeyye Akkus  TUR
7. Julia Figueroa Pena  ESP

-52 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Majlinda Kelmendi Kosovo KOS
2. Natalia Kuziutina  RUS
3. Andreea Stefania Chitu  ROU
3. Gili Cohen  ISR
5. Mareen Kraeh  GER
5. Yulia Ryzhova  RUS
7. Laura Gomez Ropinon  ESP
7. Zhanna Stankevich  ARM

-57 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Automne Pavia  FRA
2. Miryam Roper  GER
3. Sabrina Filzmoser  AUT
3. Telma Monteiro  POR
5. Corina Oana Caprioriu  ROU
5. Ivelina Ilieva  BUL
7. Hedvig Karakas  HUN
7. Irina Zabludina  RUS

-63 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Clarisse Agbegnenou  FRA
2. Tina Trstenjak  SLO
3. Agata Ozdoba  POL
3. Anicka Van Emden  NED
5. Hide Drexler  AUT
5. Edwige Gwend  ITA
7. Martyna Trajdos  GER
7. Kathrin Unterwuzacher  AUT

–70 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Kim Polling  NED
2. Laura Vargas-Koch  GER
3. Bernadette Graf  AUT
3. Barbara Matić  CRO
5. Maria Bernabeu Avomo  ESP
5. Fanny Estelle Posvite  FRA
7. Sally Conway  GBR
7. Juliane Robra   SUI

-78 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Audrey Tcheumeo  FRA
2. Marhinde Verkerk  NED
3. Abigél Joó  HUN
3. Lucie Louette Kanning  FRA
5. Luise Malzahn  GER
5. Guusje Steenhuis  NED
7. Anastasia Dmitrieva  RUS
7. Ivana Maranic  CRO

+78 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Émilie Andéol  FRA
2. Larisa Ceric  BIH
3. Franziska Konitz  GER
3. Jasmin Kuelbs  GER
5. Sandra Jablonskyte  LTU
5. Maryna Slutskaya  BLR
7. Gulsah Kocaturk  TUR
7. Lucija Polavder  SLO

Teams[edit]

Position Team Country
1. France  FRA
2. Germany  GER
3. Poland  POL
3. Slovenia  SLO
5. Russia  RUS
5. Great Britain  GBR
7. Bosnia and Herzegovina  BIH
7. Hungary  HUN

Notes and references[edit]

Notes:

  1. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. Kosovo's independence has been recognised by 108 out of 193 United Nations member states.

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