Judo at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's 70 kg

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Women's 70 kg
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Ano Liossia Olympic Hall
Dates 18 August
Competitors 23 from 23 nations
Winning score 1000
Medalists
Gold medal    Japan
Silver medal    Netherlands
Bronze medal    China
Bronze medal    Germany
«2000 2008»
Judo at the
2004 Summer Olympics
Judo pictogram.svg
Men Women
  60 kg     48 kg  
66 kg 52 kg
73 kg 57 kg
81 kg 63 kg
90 kg 70 kg
100 kg 78 kg
+100 kg +78 kg

Women's 70 kg competition in judo at the 2004 Summer Olympics was held on August 18 at the Ano Liossia Olympic Hall.

This event was the third-heaviest of the women's judo weight classes, limiting competitors to a maximum of 70 kilograms of body mass. Like all other judo events, bouts lasted five minutes. If the bout was still tied at the end, it was extended for another five minute, sudden-death period; if neither judoka scored during that period, the match is decided by the judges. The tournament bracket consisted of a single-elimination contest culminating in a gold medal match. There was also a repechage to determine the winners of the two bronze medals. Each judoka who had lost to a semifinalist competed in the repechage. The two judokas who lost in the semifinals faced the winner of the opposite half of the bracket's repechage in bronze medal bouts.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Greece Standard Time (UTC+2)

Date Time Round
Wednesday, 18 August 2004 10:30
13:00
17:00
Preliminaries
Repechage
Final

Tournament results[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
     
1  Edith Bosch (NED) 0001
2  Masae Ueno (JPN) 1000

Mat 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals
      
           Alexia Kourtelesi (GRE) 0000  
           Elizabeth Copes (ARG) 1021  
             Elizabeth Copes (ARG) 0000  
             Edith Bosch (NED) 1000  
           Edith Bosch (NED) 0111  
  Friba Razayee (AFG) 0000       Cecilia Blanco (ESP) 0101  
  Cecilia Blanco (ESP) 1000         Edith Bosch (NED) 0110
  Nasiba Salayeva (TKM) 0000         Annett Böhm (GER) 0000
  Kate Howey (GBR) 1011       Kate Howey (GBR) 0001  
           Catherine Roberge (CAN) 0010  
             Catherine Roberge (CAN) 0000  
  Qin Dongya (CHN) 0110         Annett Böhm (GER) 0011  
  Rachida Ouerdane (ALG) 0010       Qin Dongya (CHN) 0001       
           Annett Böhm (GER) 1011       
      

Mat 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals
      
           Raša Sraka (SLO) 0001  
  Masae Ueno (JPN) 1000       Masae Ueno (JPN) 0012  
  Celita Schutz (USA) 0001         Masae Ueno (JPN) 1000  
             Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0000  
           Liu Shu-Yun (TPE) 0010  
  Kim Mi-Jung (KOR) 0010       Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0220  
  Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0011         Masae Ueno (JPN) 1002
             Catherine Arlove (AUS) 0000
           Kim Ryon-Mi (PRK) 1010  
  Anaysi Hernandez (CUB) 0000       Antonia Moreira (ANG) 0000  
  Antonia Moreira (ANG) 1000         Kim Ryon-Mi (PRK) 0100  
             Catherine Arlove (AUS) 1000  
           Catherine Arlove (AUS) 1000       
  Andrea Pažoutová (CZE) 1111       Andrea Pažoutová (CZE) 0000       
  Adriana Dadci (POL) 0102  

Repechage[edit]

Those judoka eliminated in earlier rounds by the four semifinalists of the main bracket advanced to the repechage. These matches determined the two bronze medalists for the event.

Repechage 1 Repechage 2 Repechage 3 Bronze medal finals
         Cecilia Blanco (ESP) 1011
         Elizabeth Copes (ARG) 0000       Cecilia Blanco (ESP) 0000     Qin Dongya (CHN) 0202
         Qin Dongya (CHN) 1001       Qin Dongya (CHN) 1002     Catherine Arlove (AUS) 0000
         Catherine Roberge (CAN) 0000
  Celita Schutz (USA) 0000     Raša Sraka (SLO) 0000
  Raša Sraka (SLO) 0010     Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0200       Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0110     Catherine Jacques (BEL) 0000
         Andrea Pažoutová (CZE) 0011       Kim Ryon-Mi (PRK) 0030     Annett Böhm (GER) 1000
         Kim Ryon-Mi (PRK) 0100

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