2018 World Judo Championships

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2018 World Judo Championships
VenueNational Gymnastics Arena
LocationBaku, Azerbaijan
Dates20–27 September
Competitors756 from 124 nations
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The 2018 World Judo Championships was held between 20 and 27 September 2018 at National Gymnastics Arena in Baku, Azerbaijan.[1]

Schedule[edit]

All times are local (UTC+4).

Date Starting time Event
20 September 10:00 Men −60 kg
Women −48 kg
21 September 10:00 Men −66 kg
Women −52 kg
22 September 10:00 Men −73 kg
Women −57 kg
23 September 10:00 Men −81 kg
Women −63 kg
24 September 10:00 Men −90 kg
Women −70 kg
25 September 10:00 Men −100 kg
Women −78 kg
26 September 10:00 Men +100 kg
Women +78 kg
27 September 10:00 Mixed team

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Azerbaijan)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)85417
2 South Korea (KOR)2024
3 France (FRA)1225
4 Georgia (GEO)1113
5 Iran (IRN)1012
 Ukraine (UKR)1012
7 Spain (ESP)1001
8 Cuba (CUB)0202
9 Russia (RUS)0134
10 Netherlands (NED)0123
11 Azerbaijan (AZE)*0112
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)0112
13 Great Britain (GBR)0101
14 Mongolia (MGL)0033
15 Turkey (TUR)0022
16 Argentina (ARG)0011
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0011
 Brazil (BRA)0011
 Canada (CAN)0011
 Colombia (COL)0011
 Germany (GER)0011
 Slovenia (SLO)0011
Totals (22 nations)15153060

One medal counted for South Korea was won by an unified Korean team.

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (60 kg)
details
Naohisa Takato
 Japan
Robert Mshvidobadze
 Russia
Ryuju Nagayama
 Japan
Amiran Papinashvili
 Georgia
Half-lightweight (66 kg)
details
Hifumi Abe
 Japan
Yerlan Serikzhanov
 Kazakhstan
An Baul
 South Korea
Georgii Zantaraia
 Ukraine
Lightweight (73 kg)
details
An Chang-rim
 South Korea
Soichi Hashimoto
 Japan
Mohammad Mohammadi
 Iran
Hidayat Heydarov
 Azerbaijan
Half-middleweight (81 kg)
details
Saeid Mollaei
 Iran
Sotaro Fujiwara
 Japan
Alexander Wieczerzak
 Germany
Vedat Albayrak
 Turkey
Middleweight (90 kg)
details
Nikoloz Sherazadishvili
 Spain
Iván Felipe Silva
 Cuba
Kenta Nagasawa
 Japan
Axel Clerget
 France
Half-heavyweight (100 kg)
details
Cho Gu-ham
 South Korea
Varlam Liparteliani
 Georgia
Niyaz Ilyasov
 Russia
Lkhagvasürengiin Otgonbaatar
 Mongolia
Heavyweight (+100 kg)
details
Guram Tushishvili
 Georgia
Ushangi Kokauri
 Azerbaijan
Hisayoshi Harasawa
 Japan
Ölziibayaryn Düürenbayar
 Mongolia

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (48 kg)
details
Daria Bilodid
 Ukraine
Funa Tonaki
 Japan
Paula Pareto
 Argentina
Galbadrakhyn Otgontsetseg
 Kazakhstan
Half-lightweight (52 kg)
details
Uta Abe
 Japan
Ai Shishime
 Japan
Érika Miranda
 Brazil
Amandine Buchard
 France
Lightweight (57 kg)
details
Tsukasa Yoshida
 Japan
Nekoda Smythe-Davis
 Great Britain
Christa Deguchi
 Canada
Dorjsürengiin Sumiyaa
 Mongolia
Half-middleweight (63 kg)
details
Clarisse Agbegnenou
 France
Miku Tashiro
 Japan
Tina Trstenjak
 Slovenia
Juul Franssen
 Netherlands
Middleweight (70 kg)
details
Chizuru Arai
 Japan
Marie-Ève Gahié
 France
Yoko Ono
 Japan
Yuri Alvear
 Colombia
Half-heavyweight (78 kg)
details
Shori Hamada
 Japan
Guusje Steenhuis
 Netherlands
Marhinde Verkerk
 Netherlands
Aleksandra Babintseva
 Russia
Heavyweight (+78 kg)
details
Sarah Asahina
 Japan
Idalys Ortiz
 Cuba
Larisa Cerić
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kayra Sayit
 Turkey

Mixed events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team
details
 Japan
Chizuru Arai
Sarah Asahina
Hisayoshi Harasawa
Soichi Hashimoto
Shoichiro Mukai
Kenta Nagasawa
Yusei Ogawa
Yoko Ono
Akira Sone
Momo Tamaoki
Tsukasa Yoshida
Arata Tatsukawa
 France
Clarisse Agbegnenou
Benjamin Axus
Guillaume Chaine
Axel Clerget
Aurelien Diesse
Marie-Ève Gahié
Priscilla Gneto
Alexandre Iddir
Cyrille Maret
Anne Fatoumata M'Bairo
Hélène Receveaux
Audrey Tcheuméo
 Russia
Kamila Badurova
Kseniia Chibisova
Anzhela Gasparian
Natalia Golomidova
Denis Yartsev
Mikhail Igolnikov
Khusen Khalmurzaev
Anastasiia Konkina
Musa Mogushkov
Alena Prokopenko
Inal Tasoev
Kazbek Zankishiev
 Korea
An Baul
An Chang-rim
Ahn Joon-sung
Cho Gu-ham
Choi In-hyuk
Gwak Dong-han
Han Mi-jin
Jeong Hye-jin
Kim Chol-gwang
Kim Ji-jeong
Kim Ji-su
Kim Jin-a
Kim Min-jong
Kim Min-jeong
Kwon Sun-yong
Kwon You-jeong
Lee Seung-soo
Ri Hyo-sun

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Baku to host World Judo Championship 2018". azernews.az. 10 August 2016.

External links[edit]