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
−90 kg Georgia (country) Varlam Liparteliani Russia Kirill Voprosov France Alexandre Iddir
Hungary Krisztian Toth
−100 kg Czech Republic Lukáš Krpálek Azerbaijan Elmar Gasimov Russia Adlan Bisultanov
France Cyrille Maret
+100 kg France Teddy Riner Georgia (country) Adam Okruashvili Germany Andre Breitbarth
Lithuania Marius Paskevicius
Teams
 Georgia (GEO)  Russia (RUS)  Germany (GER)
 France (FRA)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−48 kg Hungary Éva Csernoviczki France Amandine Buchard 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
Croatia Barbara Matić
−78 kg France Audrey Tcheumeo Netherlands Marhinde Verkerk Hungary Abigél Joó
France Lucie Louette Kanning [fr]
+78 kg France Émilie Andéol Bosnia and Herzegovina Larisa Cerić Germany Franziska Konitz
Germany Jasmin Kuelbs
Teams
 France (FRA)  Germany (GER)  Poland (POL)
 Slovenia (SLO)

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (France)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)*74415
2 Georgia (GEO)3205
3 Netherlands (NED)2114
4 Russia (RUS)1337
5 Hungary (HUN)1045
6 Czech Republic (CZE)1001
 Kosovo (KOS)1001
8 Germany (GER)0358
9 Slovenia (SLO)0123
10 Azerbaijan (AZE)0112
11 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0101
12 Austria (AUT)0022
 Poland (POL)0022
14 Armenia (ARM)0011
 Belarus (BLR)0011
 Croatia (CRO)0011
 Israel (ISR)0011
 Lithuania (LTU)0011
 Portugal (POR)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
 Ukraine (UKR)0011
Totals (21 nations)16163264


Results overview[edit]

Men[edit]

–60 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Beslan Mudranov  Russia
2. Amiran Papinashvili  Georgia
3. Hovhannes Davtyan  Armenia
3. Ilgar Mushkiyev  Azerbaijan
5. Ashley McKenzie  Great Britain
5. Orkhan Safarov  Azerbaijan
7. Arsen Galstyan  Russia
7. Ludwig Paischer  Austria

–66 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Loic Korval  France
2. David Larose  France
3. Mikhail Pulyaev  Russia
3. Dzmitry Shershan  Belarus
5. Sugoi Uriarte Marcos  Spain
5. Georgii Zantaraia  Ukraine
7. Adrian Gomboc  Slovenia
7. Nijat Shikhalizada  Azerbaijan

–73 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Dex Elmont  Netherlands
2. Ugo Legrand  France
3. Rok Drakšič  Slovenia
3. Miklós Ungvári  Hungary
5. Rustam Orujov  Azerbaijan
5. Nugzari Tatalashvili  Georgia
7. Enrico Parlati  Italy
7. Zebeda Rekhviashvili  Georgia

–81 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Avtandil Tchrikishvili  Georgia
2. Loic Pietri  France
3. Szabolcs Krizsán  Hungary
3. Sven Maresch  Germany
5. Roman Moustopoulos  Greece
5. Aliaksandr Stsiashenka  Belarus
7. Antonio Ciano  Italy
7. Diogo Lima  Portugal

–90 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Varlam Liparteliani  Georgia
2. Kirill Voprosov  Russia
3. Alexandre Iddir  France
3. Krisztian Toth  Hungary
5. Joakim Dvarby  Sweden
5. Shahin Gahramanov  Azerbaijan
7. Karolis Bauza  Lithuania
7. Zviad Gogotchuri  Georgia

–100 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Lukáš Krpálek  Czech Republic
2. Elmar Gasimov  Azerbaijan
3. Adlan Bisultanov  Russia
3. Cyrille Maret  France
5. Karl-Richard Frey  Germany
5. Toma Nikiforov  Belgium
7. Artem Bloshenko  Ukraine
7. Elkhan Mammadov  Azerbaijan

+100 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Teddy Riner  France
2. Adam Okruashvili  Georgia
3. Andre Breitbarth  Germany
3. Marius Paskevicius  Lithuania
5. Matjaz Ceraj  Slovenia
5. Levani Matiashvili  Georgia
7. Stanislav Bondarenko  Ukraine
7. Roy Meyer  Netherlands

Teams[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Georgia  Georgia
2. Russia  Russia
3. Germany  Germany
3. France  France
5. Czech Republic  Czech Republic
5. Slovenia  Slovenia
7. Ukraine  Ukraine
7. Portugal  Portugal

Women[edit]

–48 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Éva Csernoviczki  Hungary
2. Amandine Buchard  France
3. Maryna Cherniak  Ukraine
3. Kristina Rumyantseva  Russia
5. Valentina Moscatt  Italy
5. Amelie Rosseneu  Israel
7. Sumeyye Akkus  Turkey
7. Julia Figueroa Pena  Spain

–52 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Majlinda Kelmendi Kosovo KOS
2. Natalia Kuziutina  Russia
3. Andreea Stefania Chitu  Romania
3. Gili Cohen  Israel
5. Mareen Kraeh  Germany
5. Yulia Ryzhova  Russia
7. Laura Gomez Ropinon  Spain
7. Zhanna Stankevich  Armenia

–57 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Automne Pavia  France
2. Miryam Roper  Germany
3. Sabrina Filzmoser  Austria
3. Telma Monteiro  Portugal
5. Corina Oana Caprioriu  Romania
5. Ivelina Ilieva  Bulgaria
7. Hedvig Karakas  Hungary
7. Irina Zabludina  Russia

–63 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Clarisse Agbegnenou  France
2. Tina Trstenjak  Slovenia
3. Agata Ozdoba  Poland
3. Anicka Van Emden  Netherlands
5. Hilde Drexler  Austria
5. Edwige Gwend  Italy
7. Martyna Trajdos  Germany
7. Kathrin Unterwurzacher  Austria

–70 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Kim Polling  Netherlands
2. Laura Vargas-Koch  Germany
3. Bernadette Graf  Austria
3. Barbara Matić  Croatia
5. Maria Bernabeu Avomo  Spain
5. Fanny Estelle Posvite  France
7. Sally Conway  Great Britain
7. Juliane Robra   Switzerland

–78 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Audrey Tcheumeo  France
2. Marhinde Verkerk  Netherlands
3. Abigél Joó  Hungary
3. Lucie Louette Kanning  France
5. Luise Malzahn  Germany
5. Guusje Steenhuis  Netherlands
7. Anastasia Dmitrieva  Russia
7. Ivana Maranic  Croatia

+78 kg[edit]

Position Team Country
1. Émilie Andéol  France
2. Larisa Ceric  Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. Franziska Konitz  Germany
3. Jasmin Kuelbs  Germany
5. Sandra Jablonskytė  Lithuania
5. Maryna Slutskaya  Belarus
7. Gulsah Kocaturk  Turkey
7. Lucija Polavder  Slovenia

Teams[edit]

Position Team Country
1. France  France
2. Germany  Germany
3. Poland  Poland
3. Slovenia  Slovenia
5. Russia  Russia
5. Great Britain  Great Britain
7. Bosnia and Herzegovina  Bosnia and Herzegovina
7. Hungary  Hungary

References[edit]

  • "2014 European Judo Championships, Montpellier". JudoInside.com.

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