2015 European Judo Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The 2015 European Judo Championships is the 26th edition of the European Judo Championships, organised by the European Judo Union. Initially it was planned that championships will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from April 9 to 12 April 2015.[1][2] On 21 February 2015, it was announced that competition would be held in Baku, Azerbaijan, during the 2015 European Games.[3]

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−60 kg Russia Beslan Mudranov Azerbaijan Orkhan Safarov Switzerland Ludovic Chammartin
Georgia (country) Amiran Papinashvili
−66 kg Russia Kamal Khan-Magomedov France Loïc Korval Russia Mikhail Pulyaev
Germany Sebastian Seidl
−73 kg Israel Sagi Muki Georgia (country) Nugzar Tatalashvili Slovenia Rok Drakšič
Belgium Dirk Van Tichelt
−81 kg Georgia (country) Avtandil Tchrikishvili Russia Ivan Nifontov France Loïc Pietri
Germany Alexander Wieczerzak
−90 kg Russia Kirill Denisov Georgia (country) Varlam Liparteliani Netherlands Guillaume Elmont
Greece Ilias Iliadis
−100 kg Netherlands Henk Grol Czech Republic Lukáš Krpálek France Cyrille Maret
Belgium Toma Nikiforov
+100 kg Georgia (country) Adam Okruashvili Israel Or Sasson Ukraine Iakiv Khammo
Russia Renat Saidov
Team  France
Pierre Duprat
Alexandre Iddir
Loic Korval
David Larose
Cyrille Maret
Loic Pietri
Florent Urani
 Georgia
Beka Gviniashvili
Varlam Liparteliani
Ushangi Margiani
Levani Matiashvili
Adam Okruashvili
Amiran Papinashvili
Lasha Shavdatuashvili
Nugzar Tatalashvili
Avtandili Tchrikishvili
 Russia
Kirill Denisov
Denis Iartcev
Kamal Khan-Magomedov
Alan Khubetsov
Ivan Nifontov
Mikhail Pulyaev
Renat Saidov
Kirill Voprosov
 Ukraine
Serhiy Drebot
Vitalii Dudchyk
Oleksandr Gordiienko
Iakiv Khammo
Artem Khomula
Quedjau Nhabali
Vadym Synyavsky
Georgii Zantaraia

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−48 kg Belgium Charline Van Snick Turkey Ebru Sahin Hungary Éva Csernoviczki
Russia Irina Dolgova
−52 kg Romania Andreea Chițu France Annabelle Euranie Germany Mareen Kräh
Russia Natalia Kuziutina
−57 kg Portugal Telma Monteiro Hungary Hedvig Karakas Kosovo Nora Gjakova
Germany Miryam Roper
−63 kg Germany Martyna Trajdos Slovenia Tina Trstenjak France Clarisse Agbegnenou
Israel Yarden Gerbi
−70 kg Netherlands Kim Polling Germany Laura Vargas Koch Germany Szaundra Dietrich
Austria Bernadette Graf
−78 kg Netherlands Marhinde Verkerk Germany Luise Malzahn Netherlands Guusje Steenhuis
Slovenia Anamari Velenšek
+78 kg France Emilie Andeol Germany Jasmin Kuelbs Turkey Belkıs Zehra Kaya
Ukraine Svitlana Iaromka
Team
 France
Clarisse Agbegnenou
Emilie Andeol
Laetitia Blot
Gevrise Emane
Annabelle Euranie
Marie Eve Gahie
Madeleine Malonga
Automne Pavia
 Germany
Szaundra Diedrich
Franziska Konitz
Mareen Kraeh
Luise Malzahn
Miryam Roper
Martyna Trajdos
Laura Vargas Koch
Viola Waechter
 Italy
Giulia Cantoni
Assunta Galeone
Odette Giuffrida
Edwige Gwend
Elisa Marchio
Valentina Moscatt
Giulia Quintavalle
 Slovenia
Klara Apotekar
Vlora Bedeti
Nina Milosevic
Petra Nareks
Anka Pogacnik
Tina Trstenjak
Anamari Velenšek
Kristina Vrsic

Medal table[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presentation of the European Championships 2015 in Glasgow". EJU.net - European Judo Union.
  2. ^ "Glasgow to host 2015 European Judo Championships". britishjudo.org.uk.
  3. ^ "EUROPEAN JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE HELD AT BAKU 2015". EJU.net - European Judo Union.

External links[edit]