Judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's 63 kg

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Women's 63 kg
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
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Brazil's Mariana Silva faces Germany's Martyna Trajdos, during Pool B's second round.
VenueCarioca Arena 2
Date9 August 2016
Competitors26 from 26 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Tina Trstenjak  Slovenia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Clarisse Agbegnenou  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yarden Gerbi  Israel
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anicka van Emden  Netherlands
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The women's 63 kg competition in judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was held on 9 August at the Carioca Arena 2.

The gold and silver medals were determined by a single-elimination tournament, with the winner of the final taking gold and the loser receiving silver. Judo events awarded two bronze medals. Quarterfinal losers competed in a repechage match for the right to face a semifinal loser for a bronze medal (that is, the judokas defeated in quarterfinals A and B competed against each other, with the winner of that match facing the semifinal loser from the other half of the bracket).[1]

The medals were presented by Alex Gilady, IOC member from Israel, and the gifts were presented by Mr. Habib Sissoko, member of the International Judo Federation Executive Committee.

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
 Tina Trstenjak (SLO)101
 
 
 
 Mariana Silva (BRA)000
 
 Tina Trstenjak (SLO)101
 
 
 
 Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA)000
 
 Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA)000
 
 
 Miku Tashiro (JPN)000
 

Repechages[edit]

Repechage Bronze medal
 Yang Junxia (CHN) 000  
 Yarden Gerbi (ISR) 010      Yarden Gerbi (ISR) 011
         Miku Tashiro (JPN) 000
     
Repechage Bronze medal
 Anicka van Emden (NED) 001  
 Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT) 000      Anicka van Emden (NED) 001
         Mariana Silva (BRA) 000
     

Pool A[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
     
         Tina Trstenjak (SLO) 001  
 Edwige Gwend (ITA) 101      Edwige Gwend (ITA) 000  
 Mia Hermansson (SWE) 000        Tina Trstenjak (SLO) 101
 Tsedevsürengiin Mönkhzayaa (MGL) 101        Yang Junxia (CHN) 000
 Rizlen Zouak (MAR) 000      Tsedevsürengiin Mönkhzayaa (MGL) 001
 Marian Urdabayeva (KAZ) 000      Yang Junxia (CHN) 100    
 Yang Junxia (CHN) 100  

Pool B[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
     
         Yarden Gerbi (ISR) 100  
 Phupu Lhamu Khatri (NEP) 000      Maricet Espinosa (CUB) 001  
 Maricet Espinosa (CUB) 011        Yarden Gerbi (ISR) 000
           Mariana Silva (BRA) 001
         Martyna Trajdos (GER) 000
 Szandra Szögedi (GHA) 000      Mariana Silva (BRA) 001    
 Mariana Silva (BRA) 100  

Pool C[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
     
         Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA) 102  
 Büşra Katipoğlu (TUR) 001      Büşra Katipoğlu (TUR) 000  
 Katerina Nikoloska (MKD) 000        Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA) 101
 Anicka van Emden (NED) 001        Anicka van Emden (NED) 000
 Ekaterina Valkova (RUS) 000      Anicka van Emden (NED) 001
 Alice Schlesinger (GBR) 100      Alice Schlesinger (GBR) 000    
 Bak Ji-yun (KOR) 000  

Pool D[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
     
         Miku Tashiro (JPN) 111  
 Katharina Haecker (AUS) 100      Katharina Haecker (AUS) 000  
 Laura Sallés (AND) 000        Miku Tashiro (JPN) 001
           Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT) 000
         Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT) 010
 Mamadama Bangoura (GUI) 000      Estefania García (ECU) 000    
 Estefania García (ECU) 100  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Judo – Women's 63 kg". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 20 August 2016. Retrieved 8 August 2016.