2017 European Judo Championships

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2017 European Judo Championships
VenueTorwar Hall
LocationWarsaw, Poland
Dates20–23 April 2017
Competitors369 from 41 nations
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The 2017 European Judo Championships were the 28th edition of the European Judo Championships, organised by the European Judo Union. It were held in Warsaw, Poland from 20–23 April 2017.[1]

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−60 kg
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 Robert Mshvidobadze (RUS)  Yanislav Gerchev (BUL)  Orkhan Safarov (AZE)
 Francisco Garrigós (ESP)
−66 kg
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 Georgii Zantaraia (UKR)  Adrian Gomboc (SLO)  Nijat Shikhalizade (AZE)
 Matej Poliak (SVK)
−73 kg
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 Hidayat Heydarov (AZE)  Musa Mogushkov (RUS)  Rustam Orujov (AZE)
 Tommy Macias (SWE)
−81 kg
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 Alan Khubetsov (RUS)  Dominic Ressel (GER)  Aslan Lappinagov (RUS)
 Dominik Družeta (CRO)
−90 kg
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 Aleksandar Kukolj (SRB)  Axel Clerget (FRA)  Beka Gviniashvili (GEO)
 Khusen Khalmurzaev (RUS)
−100 kg
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 Elkhan Mammadov (AZE)  Cyrille Maret (FRA)  Kirill Denisov (RUS)
 Kazbek Zankishiev (RUS)
+100 kg
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 Guram Tushishvili (GEO)  Adam Okruashvili (GEO)  Lukáš Krpálek (CZE)
 Roy Meyer (NED)
Team
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Georgia (country) Georgia Russia Russia Hungary Hungary
Ukraine Ukraine

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−48 kg
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 Daria Bilodid (UKR)  Irina Dolgova (RUS)  Monica Ungureanu (ROU)
 Éva Csernoviczki (HUN)
−52 kg
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 Majlinda Kelmendi (KOS)  Alesya Kuznetsova (RUS)  Evelyne Tschopp (SUI)
 Joana Ramos (POR)
−57 kg
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 Priscilla Gneto (FRA)  Theresa Stoll (GER)  Nora Gjakova (KOS)
 Helene Receveaux (FRA)
−63 kg
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 Tina Trstenjak (SLO)  Margaux Pinot (FRA)  Alice Schlesinger (GBR)
 Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT)
−70 kg
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 Sanne Van Dijke (NED)  Giovanna Scoccimarro (GER)  Barbara Matić (CRO)
 Marie-Eve Gahié (FRA)
−78 kg
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 Audrey Tcheumeo (FRA)  Guusje Steenhuis (NED)  Abigél Joó (HUN)
 Natalie Powell (GBR)
+78 kg
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 Maryna Slutskaya (BLR)  Svitlana Iaromka (UKR)  Carolin Weiss (GER)
 Larisa Cerić (BIH)
Team
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France France Poland Poland Croatia Croatia
Germany Germany

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)3328
2 Russia (RUS)24410
3 Georgia (GEO)2114
 Ukraine (UKR)2114
5 Azerbaijan (AZE)2035
6 Netherlands (NED)1113
7 Slovenia (SLO)1102
8 Kosovo (KOS)1012
9 Belarus (BLR)1001
 Serbia (SRB)1001
11 Germany (GER)0325
12 Bulgaria (BUL)0101
 Poland (POL)*0101
14 Croatia (CRO)0033
 Hungary (HUN)0033
16 Great Britain (GBR)0022
17 Austria (AUT)0011
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0011
 Czech Republic (CZE)0011
 Portugal (POR)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
 Slovakia (SVK)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
 Sweden (SWE)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (25 nations)16163264

Participating nations[edit]

There was a total of 369 participants from 41 nations.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Event". eju.net.

External links[edit]