Yohei Takai

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Yohei Takai
Medal record
Competitor for  Japan
Men's Judo
World Championships
Bronze 2005 Cairo Open
Asian Games
Bronze 2006 Doha Open
East Asian Games
Gold 2009 Hong Kong +100 kg
East Asian Championships
Gold 2007 Shenzhen +100 kg
Gold 2008 Taipei +100 kg

Yohei Takai (高井 洋平 Takai Yōhei?, born 27 August 1982) is a Japanese judoka. He won a bronze medal at the open category of the 2005 World Judo Championships.

He is from Kanagawa Prefecture.[1] After graduation from Kokushikan University, He belongs to Asahi Kasei[2] whichi former world champion, Hiroshi Izumi and Masato Uchishiba are also belong to.

Achievements[edit]

Year Date Tournament Place Weight class
2008 1.27 Tbilisi World Cup Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2007 12.9 Jigoro Kano Cup Med 3.png 3rd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
11.30 KRA Cup Korea Open Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
11.18 Kodokan Cup 5th Heavyweight (+100 kg)
10.30 East Asian Championships Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
4.29 All-Japan Championships 5th
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4.12 All-Japan Weight Class Championships Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2.24 Hamburg Super World Cup Round of 16 Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2006 12.5 Asian Games Med 3.png 3rd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
4.29 All-Japan Championships 5th
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4.2 All-Japan Weight Class Championships Med 2.png 2nd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2.11 Paris Super World Cup Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2.4 Tbilisi World Cup Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
1.15 Jigoro Kano Cup Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2005 9.11 World Championships Med 3.png 3rd Openweight
4.29 All-Japan Championships Med 3.png 3rd
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4.3 All-Japan Weight Class Championships Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
1.9 Jigoro Kano Cup 5th
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2004 12.3 KRA Cup Korea Open Med 3.png 3rd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
11.21 Kodokan Cup Med 1.png 1st Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2002  ? The Belgian Judo League Med 2.png 2nd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
9.12 World Junior Championships Med 3.png 3rd Heavyweight (+100 kg)
2001 8.23 Universiade 7th Openweight
1.14 Jigoro Kano Cup 5th
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2000 11.25 Kodokan Cup Med 3.png 3rd Heavyweight (+100 kg)

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