European Cadet Judo Championships

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European Cadet Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2022 European Cadet Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserEuropean Judo Union (EJU)
History
First edition1962 in Essen, West Germany
Editions38
Most recentPoreč 2022

The European Cadet Judo Championships are annual judo competitions organized by the European Judo Union for European judoka aged 18 and younger.

The last contest took place in Poreč, Croatia.[1][2] The next will take place in Coimbra, Portugal.[3]

Competitions[edit]

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 1962 West Germany Essen, West Germany [4]
2 1963 10– May Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland [5]
3 1964 26 April East Germany Berlin, East Germany [6]
4 1965 24– April Netherlands Scheveningen, Netherlands [7]
5 1966 19–20 March France Lyon, France [8]
6 1967 1–2 April Portugal Lisbon, Portugal [9]
7 1968 9–10 March United Kingdom London, United Kingdom [10]
8 1969 21 March West Germany West Berlin, West Germany [11]
9 1970 14– March France Bordeaux, France [12]
10 1971 12 March Italy Naples, Italy [13]
11 1972 11–12 March Soviet Union Leningrad, Soviet Union [14]
12 1973 10–11 March Belgium Ostend, Belgium [15]
13 1974 14–15 November Israel Tel Aviv, Israel [16]
14 1975 16 November Finland Turku, Finland [17]
15 1976 13–14 November Poland Łódź, Poland [18]
16 1977 5–6 November East Germany Berlin, East Germany [19]
17 1978 15–19 November Hungary Miskolc, Hungary [20]
18 2000 21–22 July Romania Oradea, Romania [21]
19 2002 29–30 June Hungary Győr, Hungary [22]
20 2003 23–24 August Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan [23]
21 2004 3–4 July Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands [24]
22 2005 18–19 June Austria Salzburg, Austria [25]
23 2006 23–25 June Hungary Miskolc, Hungary [26]
24 2007 6–8 July Malta Valletta, Malta [27]
25 2008 4–6 July Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [28][29]
26 2009 26–28 June Slovenia Koper, Slovenia Arena Bonifika [30][31]
27 2010 25–27 June Czech Republic Teplice, Czech Republic Na Stínadlech [32][33]
28 2011 24–26 June Malta Cottonera, Malta Cottonera Sports Complex [34][35]
29 2012 22–24 June Montenegro Bar, Montenegro Stadion Topolica [36][37]
30 2013 21–23 June Estonia Tallinn, Estonia Saku Suurhall [38][39]
31 2014 4–6 July Greece Athens, Greece Ano Liosia Olympic Hall 43 429 [40][41][42][43]
32 2015 3–5 July Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria Armeets Arena 41 469 [44][45][46][47]
33 2016 1–3 July Finland Vantaa, Finland Energia Areena 41 421 [48][49][50][51]
34 2017 30 Jun – 2 Jul Lithuania Kaunas, Lithuania Žalgiris Arena 42 430 [52][53][54][55]
35 2018 28 Jun – 1 Jul Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Zetra Olympic Hall 42 457 [56][57][58][59]
36 2019 27–30 June Poland Warsaw, Poland Arena COS Torwar 39 431 [60][61][62][63]
37 2021 17–19 August Latvia Riga, Latvia Arena Riga 37 391 [64][65][66][67]
38 2022 23–26 June Croatia Poreč, Croatia Sport Hall Intersport 40 42 [1][2]
39 2023 TBD Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [3]

Team competitions[edit]

Mixed team
Year Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2018  Russia  Netherlands  Turkey  Romania [76][77]
2019  Turkey  Romania  Netherlands  Russia [78][79]
2022  Ukraine  France  Azerbaijan  Georgia [80][81][82]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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