Galatasaray Judo

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Galatasaray
Founded1984
LeagueTurkish Judo Championship
Based inİstanbul, Turkey
ArenaBurhan Felek Sports Complex
ColorsYellow & Red
Judo yellow belt.svgJudo red belt.svg
PresidentMustafa Cengiz
Head coachAli Demir
Championships3
MascotLion
Websitehttp://www.galatasaray.org/amator/judo/

Galatasaray Judo is the Judo section of Galatasaray S.K., a major sports club in Istanbul, Turkey. There is also a Judo school in Burhan Felek Sports Complex.[1]

Female judo champion Majlinda Kelmendi became the first Kosovan athlete to win a Gold Medal at the Olympic Games in 2016 while a member of the Galatasaray team.

Honors[edit]

Turkish Championship[edit]

  • Turkish Judo Team Championship:
    • Winners (3) : 2011, 2012, 2013
  • 1985: Gold
  • 2006: Bronze
  • 2010 Mümine Demir (70 kg) Silver
  • 2010 Derya Çidem (48 kg) Bronze

Turkish Senior Championship[edit]

  • 2007: Silver

İstanbul Championship[edit]

  • 2007: Gold

International[edit]

  • 2014: Gold European Judo Club Championships 2014
  • 2012: Gold Galatasaray Judo Team - 2012 European Judo League[2]
  • 2012: Bronze Bayram Ceylan - 2010 European Under 23 age Judo Championships Men's 73 kg
  • 2010: Bronze Ramila Yusubova - 2010 World Judo Championships Women's 63 kg
  • 2010: Bronze Kifayat Gasimova - 2010 Judo Grandslam - Tokyo, Japan
  • 2011: Bronze Belkıs Zehra Kaya - 2011 World Cup Women - Rome, Italy October 1–2

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Galatasaray Sports Club Judo Section
  2. ^ "Judo Takımlarımız Avrupa Ligi Şampiyonu". Galatasaray SK. Retrieved 20 October 2012.