European Junior Judo Championships

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European Junior Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2022 European Junior Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserEuropean Judo Union (EJU)
History
First edition1960 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Editions63
Most recentLuxembourg 2021

The European Junior Judo Championships are annual judo competitions organized by the European Judo Union for European judoka aged 21 and younger.

The last contest took place in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.[1][2][3][4] The next will take place in Prague, Czech Republic.[5][6]

Competitions[edit]

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 1960 14–15 May Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands [7]
2 1961 10– March Italy Milan, Italy [8]
3 1962 West Germany Essen, West Germany [9]
4 1963 10 May Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland [10]
5 1964 25–26 April East Germany Berlin, East Germany [11]
6 1965 13 May Netherlands Scheveningen, Netherlands [12]
7 1966 19–20 March France Lyon, France [13]
8 1967 1–2 April Portugal Lisbon, Portugal [14]
9 1968 9–10 March United Kingdom London, United Kingdom [15]
10 1969 21–22 March West Germany West Berlin, West Germany [16]
11 1970 14– March France Bordeaux, France [17]
12 1971 13 March Italy Napoli, Italy [18]
13 1972 11–12 March Soviet Union Leningrad, Soviet Union [19]
14 1973 10–11 March Belgium Ostend, Belgium [20]
15 1974 15–16 November Israel Tel Aviv, Israel [21]
16 1975 15–16 November Finland Turku, Finland [22]
17 1976 13–14 November Poland Łódź, Poland [23]
18 1977 5–6 November East Germany Berlin, East Germany [24]
19 1978 15–19 November Hungary Miskolc, Hungary [25]
20 1979 1–4 November Scotland Edinburgh, Scotland [26]
21 1980 14–16 November Portugal Lisbon, Portugal [27]
22 1981 30 Oct – 1 Nov San Marino San Marino, San Marino [28]
23 1982 29–31 October Romania Târgoviște, Romania [29]
24 1983 11–13 November Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands [30]
25 1984 2–4 November Spain Cádiz, Spain [31]
26 1985 15–17 November Switzerland Delémont, Switzerland [32]
27 1986 7–9 November Austria Leonding, Austria [33]
28 1987 5–8 November Poland Wrocław, Poland [34]
29 1988 24–27 November Austria Vienna, Austria [35]
30 1989 23–26 November Greece Athens, Greece [36]
31 1990 15–18 November Turkey Ankara, Turkey [37]
32 1991 14–17 November Finland Pieksämäki, Finland [38]
33 1992 23–26 November Israel Jerusalem, Israel [39]
34 1993 18–21 November Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands [40]
35 1994 17–20 November Portugal Lisbon, Portugal [41]
36 1995 16–19 November Spain Valladolid, Spain [42]
37 1996 14–17 November Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco [43]
38 1997 13–16 November Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia [44]
39 1998 19–22 November Romania Bucharest, Romania [45]
40 1999 19–21 November Italy Rome, Italy [46]
41 2000 8–10 December Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus [47]
42 2001 16–18 November Hungary Budapest, Hungary [48]
43 2002 14–17 November Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands [49]
44 2003 21–23 November Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [50]
45 2004 10–12 September Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria [51]
46 2005 30 Sep – 7 Oct Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [52]
47 2006 8–10 September Estonia Tallinn, Estonia [53]
48 2007 5–7 October Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic [54][55]
49 2008 12–14 September Poland Warsaw, Poland [56][57]
50 2009 11–13 September Armenia Yerevan, Armenia [58][59]
51 2010 17–19 September Bulgaria Samokov, Bulgaria [60][61]
52 2011 16–18 September Belgium Lommel, Belgium Arena De Soeverein [62][63]
53 2012 21–23 September Croatia Poreč, Croatia Žatika Sport Centre [64][65]
54 2013 20–22 September Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Zetra Olympic Hall [66][67]
55 2014 19–21 September Romania Bucharest, Romania Polyvalent Hall 40 409 [68][69][70][71][72]
56 2015 18–20 September Austria Oberwart, Austria Burgenlandhalle Exhibition Hall 41 396 [73][74][75][76]
57 2016 16–18 September Spain Málaga, Spain José María Martín Carpena Arena 41 405 [77][78][79][80]
58 2017 15–17 September Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia Ljudski vrt Sports Hall 41 402 [81][82][83][84]
59 2018 13–16 September Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria Asics Arena Sports Hall 42 404 [85][86][87][88]
60 2019 12–15 September Finland Vantaa, Finland Energia Areena 44 342 [89][90][91][92]
61 2020 4–6 November Croatia Poreč, Croatia Intersport Hall 37 356 [93][94][95][96]
62 2021 9–12 September Luxembourg Luxembourg, Luxembourg d'Coque 43 351 [1][2][3][4]
63 2022 15–18 September Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic UNYP Arena 39 349 [5][6]
64 2023 7–10 September Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands [97]

Team competitions[edit]

Mixed team
Year Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2018  Russia  France  Germany  Netherlands [107][108]
2019  Russia  Italy  Germany  Georgia [109][110]
2021  France  Turkey  Russia  Netherlands [111][112][113]
2022  France  Turkey  Georgia  Azerbaijan [114]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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