European U23 Judo Championships

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European U23 Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2022 European U23 Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserEuropean Judo Union (EJU)
History
First edition2003 in Yerevan, Armenia
Editions20
Most recentBudapest 2021

The European U23 Judo Championships are annual judo competitions organized by the European Judo Union for European judoka aged 23 and younger.

The last contest took place in Budapest, Hungary.[1][2][3] The next contest will be held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[4][5]

Competitions[edit]

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 2003 3–4 November Armenia Yerevan, Armenia [6]
2 2004 27–28 November Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia [7]
3 2005 19–20 November Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine [8]
4 2006 25 November Russia Moscow, Russia [9]
5 2007 24–25 November Austria Salzburg, Austria [10][11]
6 2008 21–23 November Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [12][13]
7 2009 20–22 November Turkey Antalya, Turkey [14][15]
8 2010 19–21 November Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [16][17]
9 2011 18–20 November Russia Tyumen, Russia [18][19]
10 2012 16–18 November Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic [20][21]
11 2013 15–17 November Bulgaria Samokov, Bulgaria [22][23]
12 2014 14–16 November Poland Wrocław, Poland [24][25]
13 2015 13–15 November Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia Eurovia Aréna 36 320 [26][27][28]
14 2016 11–12 November Israel Tel Aviv, Israel Drive in Arena 40 321 [29][30][31]
15 2017 10–12 November Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro Morača Sports Center 40 301 [32][33][34]
16 2018 2–4 November Hungary Győr, Hungary Audi Aréna 37 296 [35][36][37]
17 2019 1–3 November Russia Izhevsk, Russia Izhstal Sport Palace 33 235 [38][39][40]
18 2020 9–10 November Croatia Poreč, Croatia Intersport Hall 36 327 [41][42][43]
19 2021 5–7 November Hungary Budapest, Hungary National University of Public Service 38 297 [1][2][3]
20 2022 28–30 October Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [4][5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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