Judo at the 2011 Summer Universiade

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Judo was contested at the 2011 Summer Universiade from August 13 to August 17 at the No. 6, No. 7, and No. 8 Pavilions at the Shenzhen Conference and Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan (JPN) 6 3 6 15
2  South Korea (KOR) 5 4 3 12
3  Russia (RUS) 2 2 3 7
4  Netherlands (NED) 2 0 0 2
5  China (CHN) 1 1 3 5
6  Poland (POL) 1 1 2 4
7  Ukraine (UKR) 1 0 1 2
8  France (FRA) 0 3 7 10
9  Germany (GER) 0 1 1 2
10  Azerbaijan (AZE) 0 1 0 1
10  Mongolia (MGL) 0 1 0 1
10  Uzbekistan (UZB) 0 1 0 1
13  Brazil (BRA) 0 0 5 5
14  Romania (ROU) 0 0 2 2
15  Algeria (ALG) 0 0 1 1
15  North Korea (PRK) 0 0 1 1
15  Turkey (TUR) 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 36 72

Events[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (−60 kg) Kim Won-Jin
 South Korea
Chinbat Otgon
 Mongolia
Robert Mshvidobadze
 Russia
Toru Shishime
 Japan
Half-lightweight (−66 kg) Hwang Bo Bae
 South Korea
Yuito Yoshida
 Japan
Florent Urani
 France
Ma Duanbin
 China
Lightweight (−73 kg) Denis Yartsev
 Russia
Kim Won-Jung
 South Korea
Marcelo Contini
 Brazil
Piotr Kurkiewicz
 Poland
Half-middleweight (−81 kg) Tomohiro Kawakami
 Japan
Rustam Alimli
 Azerbaijan
Murat Khabachirov
 Russia
Victor Oliveira
 Brazil
Middleweight (−90 kg) Abdul Omarov
 Russia
Sherali Juraev
 Uzbekistan
Valentin Radu
 Romania
Ryohei Anai
 Japan
Half-heavyweight (100 kg) Ryunosuke Haga
 Japan
Clement Delvert
 France
Zafar Makhmadov
 Russia
Kim Tae-kyeong
 South Korea
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Kim Soo-Whan
 South Korea
Maciej Sarnacki
 Poland
Mathieu Thorel
 France
Takeshi Ojitani
 Japan
Open category Kim Sung-Min
 South Korea
Renat Saidov
 Russia
Masaru Momose
 Japan
David Silva
 Brazil
Team  Japan (JPN)
Ryunosuke Haga
Ryohei Anai
Takeshi Ojitani
Masaru Momose
Yuito Yoshida
Toru Shishime
Tomohiro Kawakami
Yasuhiro Awano
 France (FRA)
Florent Urani
Antoine Jeannin
Thibault Dracius
Alexandre Iddir
Farid Ben Ali
Mathieu Thorel
Clement Delvert
 Ukraine (UKR)
Andrii Burdin
Anatolii Laskuta
Quedjau Nhabali
Ivan Iefanov
Vitalii Popovych
Razmik Tonoyan
Oleksandr Sizov
 South Korea (KOR)
Hong Suk Woong
Hwang Bo Bae
Song Soo Keun
Kim Won-Jung
Kim Sung-Min

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (−48 kg) Kaori Kondo
 Japan
Kristina Rumyantseva
 Russia
Violeta Dumitru
 Romania
Aurore Climence
 France
Half-lightweight (−52 kg) Zuzanna Pawlikowska
 Poland
Seo Ha Na
 South Korea
Yuki Hashimoto
 Japan
Meriem Moussa
 Algeria
Lightweight (−57 kg) Megumi Ishikawa
 Japan
Kim Jan-Di
 South Korea
Helene Receveaux
 France
Hannah Luise Brueck
 Germany
Half-middleweight (−63 kg) Esther Stam
 Netherlands
Miki Tanaka
 Japan
Hwang Chun-Gum
 North Korea
Lin Meiling
 China
Middleweight (−70 kg) Kim Polling
 Netherlands
Laura Vargas Koch
 Germany
Yuko Imai
 Japan
Natália Bordignon
 Brazil
Half-heavyweight (−78 kg) Viktoriia Turks
 Ukraine
Geraldine Mentouopou
 France
Zhang Jie
 China
Jeong Gyeong-Mi
 South Korea
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Qin Qian
 China
Kim Na-Young
 South Korea
Emilie Andeol
 France
Belkız Zehra Kaya
 Turkey
Open category Kim Ji-Youn
 South Korea
Aya Ishiyama
 Japan
Claudirene César
 Brazil
Emilie Andeol
 France
Team  Japan (JPN)
Kanae Yamabe
Yuko Imai
Aya Ishiyama
Shori Hamada
Yuki Hashimoto
Kaori Kondo
Miki Tanaka
Megumi Ishikawa
 China (CHN)
Ye Meixin
Guan Chunming
Lin Meiling
Yu Song
Zhang Jie
Chen Rong
 France (FRA)
Emilie Andeol
Helene Receveaux
Valeriane Etienne
Geraldine Mentouopou
Aurore Climence
Elodie Grou
Heloise Lacouchie
 Poland (POL)
Joanna Jaworska
Agata Ozdoba
Zuzanna Pawlikowska
Agata Perenc
Katarzyna Furmanek

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