Judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's 48 kg

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Women's 48 kg
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
VenueSydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Date16 September
Competitors23 from 23 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ryoko Tamura  Japan
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lyubov Bruletova  Russia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anna-Maria Gradante  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ann Simons  Belgium
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These are the results of the women's 48 kg (also known as extra-lightweight) competition in judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. A total of 23 women qualified for this event, limited to jūdōka whose body weight was less than, or equal to, 48 kilograms. Competition took place in the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on 16 September.[1]

Competitors[edit]

Athlete Nation
Tania Tallie  South Africa
Zhao Shunxin  China
Ryoko Tamura  Japan
Lyudmyla Lusnikova  Ukraine
Lauren Meece  United States
Neşe Şensoy Yıldız  Turkey
Maarit Kallio  Finland
Adriana Angeles Lozada  Mexico
Vanesa Arenas  Spain
Sarah Nichollo-Rosso  France
Cha Hyon-Hyang  North Korea
Galina Atayeva  Turkmenistan
Park Sung-Ja  South Korea
Laura Manuela Moise  Romania
Amarilis Savón  Cuba
Natalya Kuligina  Kyrgyzstan
Victoria Dunn  Great Britain
Lyubov Bruletova  Russia
Ann Simons  Belgium
Hayet Rouini  Tunisia
Jenny Hill  Australia
Anna-Maria Gradante  Germany
Mariana Martins  Brazil

Main Bracket[edit]

The gold and silver medalists were determined by the final match of the main single-elimination bracket.

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold medal final
 Tania Tallie (RSA) L
 Zhao Shunxin (CHN) W  Zhao Shunxin (CHN) L
 Ryoko Tamura (JPN) W
 Ryoko Tamura (JPN) W
 Lyudmyla Lusnikova (UKR) W  Lyudmyla Lusnikova (UKR) L
 Lauren Meece (USA) L  Lyudmyla Lusnikova (UKR) W
 Neşe Şensoy Yıldız (TUR) L
 Ryoko Tamura (JPN) W
 Maarit Kallio (FIN) L  Cha Hyon-Hyang (PRK) L
 Adriana Angeles (MEX) W  Adriana Angeles Lozada (MEX) L
 Vanesa Arenas (ESP) W
 Vanesa Arenas (ESP) L
 Sarah Nichollo-Rosso (FRA) L  Cha Hyon-Hyang (PRK) W
 Cha Hyon-Hyang (PRK) W  Cha Hyon-Hyang (PRK) W
 Galina Atayeva (TKM) L
 Ryoko Tamura (JPN) W
 Park Sung-Ja (KOR) L  Lyubov Bruletova (RUS) L
 Laura Moise (ROU) W  Laura Manuela Moise (ROU) L
 Amarilis Savón (CUB) W
 Amarilis Savón (CUB) L
 Natalya Kuligina (KGZ) L  Lyubov Bruletova (RUS) W
 Victoria Dunn (GBR) W  Victoria Dunn (GBR) L
 Lyubov Bruletova (RUS) W
 Lyubov Bruletova (RUS) W
 Ann Simons (BEL) W  Anna-Maria Gradante (GER) L
 Hayet Rouini (TUN) L  Ann Simons (BEL) W
 Jenny Hill (AUS) L
 Ann Simons (BEL) L
 Anna-Maria Gradante (GER) W
 Anna-Maria Gradante (GER) W
 Mariana Martins (BRA) L

Repechage[edit]

The losing semifinalists as well as those judoka eliminated in earlier rounds by the four semifinalists of the main bracket advanced to the repechage. These matches determined the two bronze medalists for the event.

First round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Bronze medal finals
     Nichollo-Rosso (FRA) W        Zhao (CHN) L
 Nichollo-Rosso (FRA) W      Atayeva (TKM) L          Gradante (GER) W
Bye L        Nichollo-Rosso (FRA) L
     Zhao (CHN) W  
     Zhao (CHN) W
 Zhao (CHN) W      Lusnikova (UKR) L  
Bye L  
 
     Dunn (GBR) L        Simons (BEL) W
 Dunn (GBR) W      Savon (CUB) W          Cha (PRK) L
Bye L        Savon (CUB) L
     Simons (BEL) W  
     Martins (BRA) L
 Martins (BRA) W      Simons (BEL) W  
Bye L  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Judo at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games: Women's Extra-Lightweight". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 June 2018.

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