2017 World Judo Championships

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2017 World Judo Championships
VenueLászló Papp Budapest Sports Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates28 August–3 September
Competitors731 from 126 nations
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The 2017 World Judo Championships was held in Budapest, Hungary, between 28 August and 3 September 2017 at László Papp Budapest Sports Arena in Budapest, Hungary. The announcement of the host city took place on 23 March 2015.[1][2]

Schedule[edit]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)84113
2 France (FRA)2024
3 Brazil (BRA)1225
4 Mongolia (MGL)1146
5 China (CHN)1001
 Germany (GER)1001
 Serbia (SRB)1001
8 Azerbaijan (AZE)0224
9 Slovenia (SVN)0202
10 Russia (RUS)0134
11 Georgia (GEO)0123
12 Italy (ITA)0101
 Puerto Rico (PUR)0101
14 South Korea (KOR)0044
15 Great Britain (GBR)0022
16 Colombia (COL)0011
 Cuba (CUB)0011
 Iran (IRI)0011
 Israel (ISR)0011
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)0011
 Poland (POL)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
 Uzbekistan (UZB)0011
Totals (23 nations)15153060

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (60 kg)
details
Naohisa Takato
 Japan
Orkhan Safarov
 Azerbaijan
Ganbatyn Boldbaatar
 Mongolia
Diyorbek Urozboev
 Uzbekistan
Half-lightweight (66 kg)
details
Hifumi Abe
 Japan
Mikhail Pulyaev
 Russia
Vazha Margvelashvili
 Georgia
Tal Flicker
 Israel
Lightweight (73 kg)
details
Soichi Hashimoto
 Japan
Rustam Orujov
 Azerbaijan
An Chang-rim
 South Korea
Ganbaataryn Odbayar
 Mongolia
Half-middleweight (81 kg)
details
Alexander Wieczerzak
 Germany
Matteo Marconcini
 Italy
Saeid Mollaei
 Iran
Khasan Khalmurzaev
 Russia
Middleweight (90 kg)
details
Nemanja Majdov
 Serbia
Mihael Žgank
 Slovenia
Gwak Dong-han
 South Korea
Ushangi Margiani
 Georgia
Half-heavyweight (100 kg)
details
Aaron Wolf
 Japan
Varlam Liparteliani
 Georgia
Elmar Gasimov
 Azerbaijan
Kirill Denisov
 Russia
Heavyweight (+100 kg)
details
Teddy Riner
 France
David Moura
 Brazil
Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar
 Mongolia
Rafael Silva
 Brazil

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (48 kg)
details
Funa Tonaki
 Japan
Mönkhbatyn Urantsetseg
 Mongolia
Ami Kondo
 Japan
Galbadrakhyn Otgontsetseg
 Kazakhstan
Half-lightweight (52 kg)
details
Ai Shishime
 Japan
Natsumi Tsunoda
 Japan
Natalia Kuziutina
 Russia
Érika Miranda
 Brazil
Lightweight (57 kg)
details
Dorjsürengiin Sumiyaa
 Mongolia
Tsukasa Yoshida
 Japan
Hélène Receveaux
 France
Nekoda Smythe-Davis
 Great Britain
Half-middleweight (63 kg)
details
Clarisse Agbegnenou
 France
Tina Trstenjak
 Slovenia
Agata Ozdoba
 Poland
Baldorjyn Möngönchimeg
 Mongolia
Middleweight (70 kg)
details
Chizuru Arai
 Japan
María Pérez
 Puerto Rico
Yuri Alvear
 Colombia
María Bernabéu
 Spain
Half-heavyweight (78 kg)
details
Mayra Aguiar
 Brazil
Mami Umeki
 Japan
Kaliema Antomarchi
 Cuba
Natalie Powell
 Great Britain
Heavyweight (+78 kg)
details
Yu Song
 China
Sarah Asahina
 Japan
Kim Min-jeong
 South Korea
Iryna Kindzerska
 Azerbaijan

Mixed events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team
details
 Japan
Chizuru Arai
Sarah Asahina
Hisayoshi Harasawa
Soichi Hashimoto
Kenta Nagasawa
Takanori Nagase
Riki Nakaya
Takeshi Ojitani
Saki Niizoe
Akira Sone
Nae Udaka
Tsukasa Yoshida
 Brazil
Maria Suelen Altheman
Eduardo Barbosa
Eduardo Bettoni
Marcelo Contini
Érika Miranda
David Moura
Victor Penalber
Maria Portela
Ketleyn Quadros
Rafael Silva
Rafaela Silva
Beatriz Souza
 France
Clarisse Agbegnenou
Émilie Andéol
Benjamin Axus
Axel Clerget
Romane Dicko
Pierre Duprat
Marie-Eve Gahié
Priscilla Gneto
Cyrille Maret
Loïc Pietri
Hélène Receveaux
Teddy Riner
 South Korea
An Baul
An Chang-rim
Gwak Dong-han
Jeong Hye-jin
Ji Yun-seo
Kim Min-jeong
Kim Sung-min
Kim Seong-yeon
Kwon You-jeong
Lee Jae-yong
Park Yu-jin
Won Jong-hoon

Notable attendees[edit]

Besides Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán, the tournament was visited by President of Russia Vladimir Putin, holder of the eight dan (black belt), and President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga, World Sambo champion and President of the Mongolian Judo Association.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Judo World Championship 2017 will be held in Budapest". EJU.net - European Judo Union.
  2. ^ "Budapest awarded 2017 World Judo Championships". insidethegames.biz.
  3. ^ World Leaders Join Opening Day of the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships

External links[edit]