Telma Monteiro

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Telma Monteiro
Medal record
Competitor for  Portugal
Women's Judo
World Championships
Silver 2010 Tokyo -57 kg
Silver 2009 Rotterdam -57 kg
Silver 2007 Rio de Janeiro -52 kg
Bronze 2005 Cairo -52 kg
European Championships
Gold 2012 Chelyabinsk -57 kg
Gold 2009 Tbilisi -57 kg
Silver 2011 Istanbul -57 kg
Bronze 2014 Montpellier -57 kg
Bronze 2013 Budapest -57 kg
Bronze 2010 Vienna -57 kg
Gold 2007 Belgrade -52 kg
Gold 2006 Tampere -52 kg
Bronze 2005 Rotterdam -52 kg
Bronze 2004 Bucharest -52 kg

Telma Monteiro (born 27 December 1985) is a Portuguese judoka from Almada. She is a multiple medal winner in both World and European Championships and Cups. On 21 July 2007, Telma joined Benfica.[1]

Achievements[edit]

-57 kg[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

  • GoldEuropean Championships
  • Silver — World Championships
  • Gold — World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Gold — World Cup (Sofia)
  • Gold — Grand Prix (Hamburg)
  • Gold — Grand Slam (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Bronze — Grand Slam (Moscow)

-52 kg[edit]

2008[edit]

2007[edit]

2006[edit]

1st — World Ranking -52 kg

  • GoldEuropean Championships
  • Gold — World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Silver — Fukuoka International Championships (Fukuoka)
  • Gold — Super A Tournament (Moscow)
  • Gold — Under-23 European Championships (Moscow)

2005[edit]

2004[edit]

2nd — European Ranking -52 kg

  • 12th — Olympic Games
  • Silver — Juniors World Championship (Budapest)
  • Gold — Junior European Championship (Sofia)
  • Gold — European Open (Germany)
  • Gold — World Cup (Leonding)
  • Gold — World Cup (Rome)
  • Bronze — World Cup (Tallinn)
  • Bronze — World Cup (Warsaw)

2003[edit]

  • Gold — Portuguese Championship
  • Bronze — Juniors European Championships (Sarajevo)
  • Gold — Juniors A Championship (Sweden)
  • Gold — Juniors A Championship (Hungary)
  • Gold — Juniors A Championship (Portugal)
  • Bronze — Juniors A Championship (Czech Republic)

2002[edit]

  • 9th — Juniors European Championship
  • Gold — Juniors Portuguese Championship
  • Silver — Portugal Juniors A Tournament

2001[edit]

  • Silver — Esperanças Portuguese Championship

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.abola.pt/nnh/index.asp?op=ver&noticia=125382&tema=3 Telma Monteiro joins Benfica
Awards
Preceded by
Michelle Larcher de Brito
Portuguese Sportswoman of the Year
2010, 2011
Succeeded by
Jéssica Augusto
Olympic Games
Preceded by
Nelson Évora
Flagbearer for  Portugal
London 2012
Succeeded by
Incumbent