2015 European Judo Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Judo at the European Games)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

2015 European Judo Championships
VenueHeydar Aliyev Arena
LocationAzerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan
Dates25–28 June 2015
Competitors403 from 49 nations
← 2014 European Championships
Inaugural Games

The 2015 European Judo Championships were organised by the European Judo Union. Initially it was planned that championships will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 9 to 12 April 2015.[1][2] On 21 February 2015, it was announced that competition would be held in Baku, Azerbaijan, during the 2015 European Games.[3] The individual contests took place on 25–27 June 2015.[4][5]

The Organizing Committee announced on 4 April 2014 that visually impaired judo will be included as a medal event. This will make the European Games the first continental games to "fully integrate" a Para-sport discipline into its sports programme.[6]

Medal overview[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg
details
Beslan Mudranov
 Russia
Orkhan Safarov
 Azerbaijan
Ludovic Chammartin
 Switzerland
Amiran Papinashvili
 Georgia
66 kg
details
Kamal Khan-Magomedov
 Russia
Loïc Korval
 France
Mikhail Pulyaev
 Russia
Sebastian Seidl
 Germany
73 kg
details
Sagi Muki
 Israel
Nugzar Tatalashvili
 Georgia
Rok Drakšič
 Slovenia
Dirk van Tichelt
 Belgium
81 kg
details
Avtandili Tchrikishvili
 Georgia
Ivan Nifontov
 Russia
Alexander Wieczerzak
 Germany
Loïc Pietri
 France
90 kg
details
Kirill Denisov
 Russia
Varlam Liparteliani
 Georgia
Ilias Iliadis
 Greece
Guillaume Elmont
 Netherlands
100 kg
details
Henk Grol
 Netherlands
Lukáš Krpálek
 Czech Republic
Toma Nikiforov
 Belgium
Cyrille Maret
 France
+100 kg
details
Adam Okruashvili
 Georgia
Or Sasson
 Israel
Renat Saidov
 Russia
Iakiv Khammo
 Ukraine
Team
details
 France
Pierre Duprat
Alexandre Iddir
Loic Korval
David Larose
Cyrille Maret
Loïc Pietri
Florent Urani
 Georgia
Beka Gviniashvili
Varlam Liparteliani
Ushangi Margiani
Levani Matiashvili
Adam Okruashvili
Amiran Papinashvili
Lasha Shavdatuashvili
Nugzar Tatalashvili
Avtandili Tchrikishvili
 Russia
Kirill Denisov
Denis Iartcev
Kamal Khan-Magomedov
Alan Khubetsov
Ivan Nifontov
Mikhail Pulyaev
Renat Saidov
Kirill Voprosov
 Ukraine
Serhiy Drebot
Vitalii Dudchyk
Oleksandr Gordiienko
Iakiv Khammo
Artem Khomula
Quedjau Nhabali
Vadym Synyavsky
Georgii Zantaraia
Visually impaired +90 kg
details
Ilham Zakiyev
 Azerbaijan
Oleksandr Pominov
 Ukraine
Aleksandr Parasiuk
 Russia
Zakir Mislimov
 Azerbaijan

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Charline Van Snick
 Belgium
Ebru Şahin
 Turkey
Éva Csernoviczki
 Hungary
Irina Dolgova
 Russia
52 kg
details
Andreea Chițu
 Romania
Annabelle Euranie
 France
Mareen Kräh
 Germany
Natalia Kuziutina
 Russia
57 kg
details
Telma Monteiro
 Portugal
Hedvig Karakas
 Hungary
Nora Gjakova
 Kosovo
Miryam Roper
 Germany
63 kg
details
Martyna Trajdos
 Germany
Tina Trstenjak
 Slovenia
Yarden Gerbi
 Israel
Clarisse Agbegnenou
 France
70 kg
details
Kim Polling
 Netherlands
Laura Vargas Koch
 Germany
Bernadette Graf
 Austria
Szaundra Diedrich
 Germany
78 kg
details
Marhinde Verkerk
 Netherlands
Luise Malzahn
 Germany
Anamari Velenšek
 Slovenia
Guusje Steenhuis
 Netherlands
+78 kg
details
Émilie Andéol
 France
Jasmin Külbs
 Germany
Belkıs Zehra Kaya
 Turkey
Svitlana Iaromka
 Ukraine
Team
details
 France
Clarisse Agbegnenou
Émilie Andéol
Laetitia Blot
Gévrise Émane
Annabelle Euranie
Marie-Ève Gahié
Madeleine Malonga
Automne Pavia
 Germany
Szaundra Diedrich
Franziska Konitz
Mareen Kräh
Luise Malzahn
Miryam Roper
Martyna Trajdos
Laura Vargas Koch
Viola Wächter
 Italy
Giulia Cantoni
Assunta Galeone
Odette Giuffrida
Edwige Gwend
Elisa Marchio
Valentina Moscatt
Giulia Quintavalle
 Slovenia
Klara Apotekar
Vlora Beđeti
Nina Milošević
Petra Nareks
Anka Pogačnik
Tina Trstenjak
Anamari Velenšek
Kristina Vršič
Visually impaired 57 kg
details
Inna Cherniak
 Ukraine
Sabina Abdullayeva
 Azerbaijan
Nataliya Nikolaychyk
 Ukraine
Ramona Brussig
 Germany

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Azerbaijan)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France3238
2 Russia31610
3 Netherlands3025
4 Georgia2316
5 Germany14611
6 Azerbaijan*1214
7 Ukraine1146
8 Israel1113
9 Belgium1023
10 Portugal1001
 Romania1001
12 Slovenia0134
13 Hungary0112
 Turkey0112
15 Czech Republic0101
16 Austria0011
 Greece0011
 Italy0011
 Kosovo0011
 Switzerland0011
Totals (20 nations)18183672

Participating nations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presentation of the European Championships 2015 in Glasgow". EJU.net - European Judo Union. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 17 December 2014.
  2. ^ "Glasgow to host 2015 European Judo Championships". britishjudo.org.uk.
  3. ^ "EUROPEAN JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE HELD AT BAKU 2015". EJU.net - European Judo Union. Archived from the original on 21 February 2015. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  4. ^ "2015 European Championships". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 11 June 2021.
  5. ^ "2015 European Judo Championships, Baku". JudoInside.com.
  6. ^ "Visually impaired judo added to Baku 2015 programme". Inside the Games. 4 April 2014. Retrieved 14 June 2021.

External links[edit]