Judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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This article details the qualifying phase for judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics. The competition at these Games will comprise a total of 386 athletes coming from their respective NOCs; each has been allowed to enter a maximum of 14 (seven each for both men and women per division).[1] Host nation Brazil has reserved a spot in each of all 14 events, while twenty are made available to NOCs through a Tripartite Commission Invitation.

The remaining judoka must undergo a qualifying process to earn a spot for the Games through the world ranking list prepared by International Judo Federation that begins on May 30, 2014 and then concludes two years later on the same date.[1]

The top 22 men and top 14 women from the world rankings in each division must directly qualify, ensuring that the NOC is subjected to a limit of 1 judoka per division.[2] If an NOC contains more than a single male athlete ranked in the top 22 and a single female in the top 14 of the world ranking list, the NOC can decide which of their athletes obtain the quota places. Further continental quotas (Europe 25, Africa 24, Pan America 21, Asia 20 and Oceania 10 across both sexes and all divisions) are also subjected to an overall limit to one judoka per NOC and two judoka per division from each continent.[1][3]

Summary[edit]

NOC Men Women Total
60 kg 66 kg 73 kg 81 kg 90 kg 100 kg +100 kg 48 kg 52 kg 57 kg 63 kg 70 kg 78 kg +78 kg
 Afghanistan X 1
 Andorra X 1
 Algeria X X X X X 5
 American Samoa X 1
 Angola X 1
 Argentina X X 2
 Armenia X 1
 Aruba X 1
 Australia X X X X X X X 7
 Austria X X X X X 5
 Azerbaijan X X X X X X 6
 Belarus X X 2
 Belgium X X X X X 5
 Belize X 1
 Benin X 1
 Bolivia X 1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina X 1
 Botswana X 1
 Brazil X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Bulgaria X X 2
 Burkina Faso X 1
 Burundi X 1
 Cameroon X 1
 Canada X X X X X X X 7
 Chile X 1
 China X X X X X X X X 8
 Colombia X X 2
 Republic of the Congo X 1
 Costa Rica X 1
 Croatia X 1
 Cuba X X X X X X X X X 9
 Czech Republic X X X 3
 Dominican Republic X 1
 Democratic Republic of the Congo X 1
 Djibouti X 1
 Ecuador X X X 3
 Egypt X X X X X 5
 El Salvador X 1
 Estonia X 1
 Fiji X 1
 Finland X 1
 France X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Gabon X X 2
 The Gambia X 1
 Georgia X X X X X X X X 8
 Germany X X X X X X X X X X X X X 13
 Ghana X 1
 Great Britain X X X X X X X 7
 Greece X X 2
 Guatemala X 1
 Guinea X 1
 Guinea-Bissau X 1
 Haiti X 1
 Honduras X 1
 Hungary X X X X X X X X 8
 Iceland X 1
 India X 1
 Iran X X X 2
 Iraq X 1
 Israel X X X X X X X 7
 Italy X X X X X X 6
 Ivory Coast X 1
 Japan X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Jordan X 1
 Kazakhstan X X X X X X 6
 Kenya X 1
 Kosovo X X 2
 Kyrgyzstan X X 2
 Laos X 1
 Latvia X X 2
 Lebanon X 1
 Libya X 1
 Lithuania X 1
 Macedonia X 1
 Madagascar X 1
 Mali X 1
 Mauritius X 1
 Mexico X X 2
 Moldova X 1
 Monaco X 1
 Mongolia X X X X X X X X X X X X X 13
 Montenegro X 1
 Morocco X X X 3
 Mozambique X 1
 Myanmar X 1
 Nauru X 1
 Nepal X 1
 Netherlands X X X X X X X X X X X 11
 New Zealand X 1
 Niger X 1
 North Korea X X X 3
 Pakistan X 1
 Palestine X 1
 Papua New Guinea X 1
 Peru X 1
 Philippines X 1
 Poland X X X X 4
 Portugal X X X X X X 6
 Puerto Rico X X 2
 Qatar X 1
 Refugee Olympic Team X X 2
 Romania X X X X 4
 Russia X X X X X X X X X X X 11
 Samoa X 1
 San Marino X 1
 Saudi Arabia X 1
 Senegal X 1
 Serbia X 1
 Seychelles X 1
 Slovenia X X X X X 5
 South Africa X 1
 South Korea X X X X X X X X X X X X 12
 Spain X X X X X 5
 Sri Lanka X 1
 Sudan X 1
 Suriname X 1
 Sweden X X X X 4
 Switzerland X X X 3
 Syria X 1
 Chinese Taipei X X 2
 Tajikistan X X 2
 Tanzania X 1
 Thailand X 1
 Trinidad and Tobago X 1
 Tunisia X X X X 4
 Turkey X X X X 4
 Turkmenistan X X 2
 Ukraine X X X X X X X 7
 United Arab Emirates X X X 3
 United States X X X X X X 6
 Uruguay X 1
 Uzbekistan X X X X X X X 7
 Vanuatu X 1
 Venezuela X 1
 Vietnam X 1
 Yemen X 1
 Zambia X 1
Total: 137 NOCs 35 35 35 32 35 35 31 23 21 22 26 24 18 17 389

Men's events[edit]

[4]

Extra-lightweight (60 kg)[edit]

[5]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Felipe Kitadai
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  South Korea Kim Won-jin
 Azerbaijan Orkhan Safarov
 Kazakhstan Yeldos Smetov
 Japan Naohisa Takato
 Georgia Amiran Papinashvili
 Uzbekistan Diyorbek Urozboev
 Russia Beslan Mudranov
 Armenia Hovhannes Davtyan
 France Walide Khyar
 Great Britain Ashley McKenzie
 Turkey Bekir Özlü
 Netherlands Jeroen Mooren
 Mongolia Tsogtbaataryn Tsend-Ochir
 Australia Joshua Katz
 Ecuador Lenin Preciado
 Czech Republic Pavel Petříkov
 Switzerland Ludovic Chammartin
 Austria Ludwig Paischer
 Spain Francisco Garrigós
 Germany Tobias Englmaier
 Italy Elios Manzi
 Canada Sérgio Pessoa
Additional places (Europe) 2  Bulgaria Yanislav Gerchev
 Finland Juho Reinvall
Additional places (Africa) 2  Egypt Ahmed Abelrahman
 Libya Mohamed El-Kawisah
Additional places (America) 2  Guatemala José Ramos
 Peru Juan Postigos
Additional places (Asia) 2  Kyrgyzstan Otar Bestaev
 Chinese Taipei Tsai Ming-yen
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational 4  Botswana Gavin Mogopa
 Laos Soukphaxay Sithisane
 Monaco Yann Siccardi
 Palestine Simon Yacoub
Total 35

Half-lightweight (66 kg)[edit]

[6]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Charles Chibana
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  South Korea An Ba-ul
 Mongolia Davaadorjiin Tömörkhüleg
 Russia Mikhail Pulyaev
 Ukraine Georgii Zantaraia
 Japan Masashi Ebinuma
 Israel Golan Pollack
 Azerbaijan Nijat Shikhalizade
 Georgia Vazha Margvelashvili
 Uzbekistan Rishod Sobirov
 Belarus Dzmitry Shershan
 Germany Sebastian Seidl
 Great Britain Colin Oates
 Spain Sugoi Uriarte
 Kazakhstan Zhansay Smagulov
 Canada Antoine Bouchard
 Portugal Sergiu Oleinic
 Australia Nathan Katz
 France Kilian Le Blouch
 China Ma Duanbin
 Algeria Houd Zourdani
 Italy Fabio Basile
 Morocco Imad Bassou
Additional places (Europe) 2  Slovenia Adrian Gomboc
 Belgium Jasper Lefevere
Additional places (Africa) 2  South Africa Siyabulela Mabulu
 Zambia Mathews Punza
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Rodrick Kuku
Additional places (America) 2  Dominican Republic Wander Mateo
 Aruba Jayme Mata
Additional places (Asia) 2
1
 Iran Alireza Khojasteh[note 1]
 Saudi Arabia Sulaiman Hamad
Additional places (Oceania) 2  Papua New Guinea Raymond Ovinou
 Vanuatu Joe Mahit
Invitational 2  Djibouti Anass Houssein
 Suriname Yigal Kopinsky
Total 34

Lightweight (73 kg)[edit]

[9]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Alex Pombo
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  South Korea An Chang-rim
 Azerbaijan Rustam Orujov
 Israel Sagi Muki
 Georgia Lasha Shavdatuashvili
 Japan Shohei Ono
 Russia Denis Iartcev
 Mongolia Ganbaataryn Odbayar
 Uzbekistan Mirali Sharipov
 Hungary Miklós Ungvári
 Canada Arthur Margelidon
 Germany Igor Wandtke
 Belgium Dirk van Tichelt
 Slovenia Rok Drakšič
 North Korea Hong Kuk-hyon
 Netherlands Dex Elmont
 France Pierre Duprat
 United Arab Emirates Victor Scvortov
 Egypt Mohamed Mohy Eldin
 China Sai Yinjirigala
 Australia Jake Bensted
 Cuba Magdiel Estrada
 United States Nicholas Delpopolo
Additional places (Europe) 2  Czech Republic Jaromír Ježek
 Portugal Nuno Saraiva
Additional places (Africa) 2  The Gambia Faye Njie
 Niger Ahmed Goumar
Additional places (America) 2  Costa Rica Miguel Murillo
 Haiti Josue Deprez
Additional places (Asia) 1  Qatar Morad Zemouri
Additional places (Oceania) 1  American Samoa Benjamin Waterhouse
Invitational 4  Sri Lanka Chamara Repiyallage
 Syria Mohamad Kasem
 Tanzania Andrew Thomas Mlugu
 Yemen Zeyad Mater
Total 35

Half-middleweight (81 kg)[edit]

[10]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Victor Penalber
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  Georgia Avtandili Tchrikishvili
 Japan Takanori Nagase
 Canada Antoine Valois-Fortier
 Bulgaria Ivaylo Ivanov
 United States Travis Stevens
 Russia Khasan Khalmurzaev
 Belgium Joachim Bottieau
 Greece Roman Moustopoulos
 United Arab Emirates Sergiu Toma
 Egypt Mohamed Abdelaal
 South Korea Lee Seung-soo
 Mongolia Uuganbaataryn Otgonbaatar
 Cuba Iván Felipe Silva
 France Loïc Pietri
 Hungary László Csoknyai
 Uzbekistan Shakhzodbek Sabirov
 Germany Sven Maresch
 Australia Eoin Coughlan
 Lebanon Nacif Elias
 Sweden Robin Pacek
 Netherlands Frank de Wit
 Iran Saeid Mollaei
Additional places (Europe) 2  Italy Matteo Marconcini
 Moldova Valeriu Duminică
Additional places (Africa) 2  Mozambique Marlon Acácio
 Gabon Paul Kibikai
Additional places (America) 2  Argentina Emmanuel Lucenti
 El Salvador Juan Diego Turcios
Additional places (Asia) 1  Iraq Hussein Al-Aameri
Additional places (Oceania) 1  Fiji Josateki Naulu
Invitational 2  Montenegro Srđan Mrvaljević
 Philippines Kodo Nakano[note 1]
Total 33

Middleweight (90 kg)[edit]

[11]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Tiago Camilo
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  Japan Mashu Baker
 South Korea Gwak Dong-han
 Georgia Varlam Liparteliani
 Hungary Krisztián Tóth
 Sweden Marcus Nyman
 Netherlands Noël van 't End
 Russia Kirill Denisov
 France Alexandre Iddir
 Mongolia Lkhagvasürengiin Otgonbaatar
 Tajikistan Komronshokh Ustopiriyon
 Cuba Asley González
 Serbia Aleksandar Kukolj
 Greece Ilias Iliadis
 Algeria Abderahmane Benamadi
 Slovenia Mihael Žgank
 Portugal Célio Dias
 Switzerland Ciril Grossklaus
 South Africa Zack Piontek
 China Cheng Xunzhao
 Azerbaijan Mammadali Mehdiyev
 United States Colton Brown
 Uzbekistan Sherali Juraev
Additional places (Europe) 2  Germany Marc Odenthal
 Ukraine Quedjau Nhabali
Additional places (Africa) 2  Kenya Kiplangat Sang
 Benin Celtus Dossou Yovo
Additional places (America) 2  Chile Thomas Briceño
 Bolivia Martín Michel
Additional places (Asia) 2  Jordan Ibrahim Khalaf
 India Avtar Singh
Additional places (Oceania) 1  Nauru Ovini Uera
Invitational 3  Refugee Olympic Team Popole Misenga
 Belize Renick James
 Sudan Iszlam Monier Suliman
Total 35

Half-heavyweight (100 kg)[edit]

[12]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Rafael Buzacarini
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22
 Azerbaijan Elmar Gasimov
 France Cyrille Maret
 Czech Republic Lukáš Krpálek
 Sweden Martin Pacek
 Germany Karl-Richard Frey
 Japan Ryunosuke Haga
 Belgium Toma Nikiforov
 Egypt Ramadan Darwish
 Cuba José Armenteros
 South Korea Cho Gu-ham
 Netherlands Henk Grol
 Georgia Beka Gviniashvili
 Mongolia Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar
 Algeria Lyès Bouyacoub
 Canada Kyle Reyes
 Russia Tagir Khaibulaev
 Kazakhstan Maxim Rakov
 Ukraine Artem Bloshenko
 Hungary Miklós Cirjenics
 Portugal Jorge Fonseca
 Iran Javad Mahjoub
 Latvia Jevgeņijs Borodavko
Additional places (Europe) 2  Great Britain Benjamin Fletcher
 Estonia Grigori Minaskin
Additional places (Africa) 2  Seychelles Dominic Dugasse
 Mali Ayouba Traoré
Additional places (America) 2  Trinidad and Tobago Christopher George
 Uruguay Pablo Aprahamian
Additional places (Asia) 2  United Arab Emirates Ivan Remarenco
 Pakistan Shah Hussain Shah
Invitational 3  Afghanistan Mohammad Tawfiq Bakhshi
 Myanmar Yan Naing Soe
 San Marino Karim Gharbi
Re-allocation of unused quota 1  Uzbekistan Soyib Kurbonov
Total 35

Heavyweight (+100 kg)[edit]

[13]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Rafael Silva
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
22  France Teddy Riner
 Japan Hisayoshi Harasawa
 Ukraine Yakiv Khammo
 Netherlands Roy Meyer
 Israel Or Sasson
 Romania Daniel Natea
 Hungary Barna Bor
 Tunisia Faicel Jaballah
 Georgia Adam Okruashvili
 Russia Renat Saidov
 South Korea Kim Sung-min
 Germany André Breitbarth
 Poland Maciej Sarnacki
 Algeria Mohamed-Amine Tayeb
 Uzbekistan Abdullo Tangriev
 Mongolia Temuulen Battulga
 Kyrgyzstan Iurii Krakovetskii
 Azerbaijan Ushangi Kokauri
 Egypt Islam El Shehaby
 Austria Daniel Allerstorfer
 Cuba Alex García Mendoza
 Ecuador Freddy Figueroa
Additional places (Europe) 2  Iceland Thormodur Jonsson
 Latvia Artūrs Ņikiforenko
Additional places (Africa) 2  Burkina Faso Rachid Sidibe
 Republic of the Congo Deo Gracia Ngokaba
Additional places (America) 1  Honduras Ramón Pileta
Additional places (Asia) 2  Tajikistan Mukhamadmurod Abdurakhmonov
 Thailand Kunathip Yea-on
Additional places (Oceania) 1  Samoa Derek Sua
Invitational 0
Total 31

Women's events[edit]

[14]

Extra-lightweight (48 kg)[edit]

[15]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Sarah Menezes
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  Mongolia Mönkhbatyn Urantsetseg
 Argentina Paula Pareto
 Japan Ami Kondo
 Spain Julia Figueroa
 Kazakhstan Galbadrakhyn Otgontsetseg
 Hungary Éva Csernoviczki
 South Korea Jeong Bo-kyeong
 Belgium Charline van Snick
 Guinea-Bissau Taciana Lima
 Romania Monica Ungureanu
 Russia Irina Dolgova
 Turkey Dilara Lokmanhekim
 Ukraine Maryna Cherniak
 Cuba Dayaris Mestre
Additional places (Europe) 2  France Laëtitia Payet
 Israel Shira Rishony
Additional places (Africa) 1  Madagascar Asaramanitra Ratiarison
Additional places (America) 1  Mexico Edna Carrillo
Additional places (Asia) 2  North Korea Kim Sol-mi
 Vietnam Văn Ngọc Tú
Additional places (Oceania) 1  Australia Chloe Rayner
Invitational 0
Re-allocation of unused quota 1  Italy Valentina Moscatt
Total 23

Half-lightweight (52 kg)[edit]

[16]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Érika Miranda
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  Romania Andreea Chițu
 Kosovo Majlinda Kelmendi
 Japan Misato Nakamura
 China Ma Yingnan
 Russia Natalia Kuziutina
 Italy Odette Giuffrida
 Israel Gili Cohen
 France Priscilla Gneto
 Germany Mareen Kräh
 Turkmenistan Gulbadam Babamuratova
 Portugal Joana Ramos
 Mongolia Adiyaasambuugiin Tsolmon
 Tunisia Hela Ayari
 Switzerland Evelyne Tschopp
Additional places (Europe) 2  Belarus Darya Skrypnik
 Spain Laura Gómez
Additional places (Africa) 1  Mauritius Christianne Legentil
Additional places (America) 2  Canada Ecaterina Guica
 United States Angelica Delgado
Additional places (Asia) 0
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational 1  Burundi Antoinette Gasongo
Total 21

Lightweight (57 kg)[edit]

[17]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Rafaela Silva
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  Mongolia Dorjsürengiin Sumiyaa
 South Korea Kim Jan-di
 United States Marti Malloy
 Japan Kaori Matsumoto
 France Automne Pavia
 Romania Corina Căprioriu
 Canada Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard
 Portugal Telma Monteiro
 Great Britain Nekoda Smythe-Davis
 Chinese Taipei Lien Chen-ling
 Hungary Hedvig Karakas
 Austria Sabrina Filzmoser
 Germany Miryam Roper
 Kosovo Nora Gjakova
Additional places (Europe) 2  Netherlands Sanne Verhagen
 Poland Arleta Podolak
Additional places (Africa) 2  Senegal Hortense Diédhiou
 Ivory Coast Zouleiha Abzetta Dabonne
Additional places (America) 1  Colombia Yadinis Amaris
Additional places (Asia) 1  Turkmenistan Rushana Nurjavova
Additional places (Oceania) 1  New Zealand Darcina Manuel
Invitational 0
Total 22

Half-middleweight (63 kg)[edit]

[18]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Mariana Silva
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  Slovenia Tina Trstenjak
 France Clarisse Agbegnenou
 Israel Yarden Gerbi
 Germany Martyna Trajdos
 Austria Kathrin Unterwurzacher
 Mongolia Tsedevsürengiin Mönkhzayaa
 Japan Miku Tashiro
 Great Britain Alice Schlesinger
 Netherlands Anicka van Emden
 Italy Edwige Gwend
 China Yang Junxia
 Russia Ekaterina Valkova
 Cuba Maricet Espinosa
 Australia Katharina Haecker
Additional places (Europe) 2  Sweden Mia Hermansson
 Turkey Büşra Katipoğlu
Additional places (Africa) 2  Ghana Szandra Szögedi
 Morocco Rizlen Zouak
Additional places (America) 1  Ecuador Estefania García
Additional places (Asia) 2  South Korea Bak Ji-yun
 Kazakhstan Marian Urdabayeva
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational 4  Andorra Laura Sallés
 Guinea Mamadama Bangoura
 Macedonia Katerina Nikoloska
 Nepal Phupu Lhamu Khatri
Total 26

Middleweight (70 kg)[edit]

[19]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Maria Portela
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  Netherlands Kim Polling
 France Gevrise Emane
 Germany Laura Vargas Koch
 Colombia Yuri Alvear
 Spain María Bernabéu
 Austria Bernadette Graf
 South Korea Kim Seong-yeon
 Canada Kelita Zupancic
 Israel Linda Bolder
 Japan Haruka Tachimoto
 Great Britain Sally Conway
 Morocco Assmaa Niang
 Poland Katarzyna Kłys
 Mongolia Tsend-Ayuushiin Naranjargal
Additional places (Europe) 2  Croatia Barbara Matić
 Georgia Esther Stam
Additional places (Africa) 2  Angola Antonia Moreira
 Tunisia Houda Miled
Additional places (America) 2  Puerto Rico María Pérez
 Venezuela Elvismar Rodríguez
Additional places (Asia) 2  China Zhou Chao
 Uzbekistan Gulnoza Matniyazova
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational 1  Refugee Olympic Team Yolande Mabika
Total 24

Half-heavyweight (78 kg)[edit]

[20]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Mayra Aguiar
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  United States Kayla Harrison
 France Audrey Tcheumeo
 Netherlands Marhinde Verkerk
 Germany Luise Malzahn
 Slovenia Anamari Velenšek
 Great Britain Natalie Powell
 Japan Mami Umeki
 Hungary Abigél Joó
 North Korea Sol Kyong
 Ukraine Viktoriya Turks
 China Zhang Zhehui
 Poland Daria Pogorzelec
 Australia Miranda Giambelli
 Gabon Sarah Myriam Mazouz
Additional places (Europe) 0
Additional places (Africa) 1  Cameroon Hortence Atangana
Additional places (America) 1  Cuba Yalennis Castillo
Additional places (Asia) 1  Mongolia Pürevjargalyn Lkhamdegd
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational 0
Total 18

Heavyweight (+78 kg)[edit]

[21]

Section Places NOC Qualified judoka
Host nation 1  Brazil Maria Suellen Altheman
IJF World Ranking List
(as of May 30, 2016)
14  China Yu Song
 Cuba Idalys Ortíz
 France Émilie Andéol
 Japan Kanae Yamabe
 Tunisia Nihal Chikhrouhou
 Ukraine Svitlana Iaromka
 Germany Jasmin Külbs
 South Korea Kim Min-jung
 Turkey Kayra Sayit
 Netherlands Tessie Savelkouls
 Mexico Vanessa Zambotti
 Russia Ksenia Chibisova
 Puerto Rico Melissa Mojica
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Larisa Cerić
Additional places (Europe) 1  Lithuania Santa Pakenytė
Additional places (Africa) 1  Algeria Sonia Asselah
Additional places (America) 0
Additional places (Asia) 0
Additional places (Oceania) 0
Invitational
Total 17

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Alireza Khojasteh withdrew from the Olympics.[7] With the withdrawal of an Iranian judoka, the International Judo Federation invited Kodo Nakano of the Philippines to participate at the 81 kg event.[8]

References[edit]

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  16. ^ Half-lightweight 52kg. "IJF World Rankings 30 May 2016". Judobase.org. International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.
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  18. ^ Half-middleweight 63kg. "IJF World Rankings 30 May 2016". Judobase.org. International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.
  19. ^ Middleweight 70kg. "IJF World Rankings 30 May 2016". Judobase.org. International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.
  20. ^ Half-heavyweight 78kg. "IJF World Rankings 30 May 2016". Judobase.org. International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.
  21. ^ Heavyweight +78kg. "IJF World Rankings 30 May 2016". Judobase.org. International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.