World Judo Cadets Championships

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World Judo Cadets Championships
Current event or competition:
2022 World Judo Cadets Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeBiannual
OrganiserInternational Judo Federation (IJF)
History
First edition2009 in Budapest, Hungary
Editions7
Most recentSarajevo 2022

The World Judo Cadets Championships are the highest level of international judo competition for juniors, 18 years of age or less. The championships are held every second year by the International Judo Federation, and qualified judoka compete in their respective categories as representatives of their countries. The last edition of the championships took place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2022.[1][2]

Competitions[edit]

Edition Year Dates City and host country Venue # Countries # Athletes Ref.
1 2009 6–9 August Hungary Budapest, Hungary [3][4]
2 2011 11–14 August Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine Sports Palace [5][6]
3 2013 8–11 August United States Miami, United States Trump National Doral 92 603 [7][8][9]
4 2015 5–8 August Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Zetra Olympic Hall 59 481 [10][11][12]
5 2017 9–13 August Chile Santiago, Chile Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos 64 428 [13][14][15][16]
6 2019 25–29 September Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan Baluan Sholak Sports Palace 61 460 [17][18][19]
7 2022 24–28 August Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Arena Hotel Hills 60 483 [20][21]
8 2023 23–27 August Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [22][23]

Team competitions[edit]

Mixed team
Year Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2017  Russia  Brazil  Japan  Georgia [27][28][29]
2019  Japan  Azerbaijan  Russia  Turkey [30][31][32]
2022  France  Azerbaijan  Turkey  Uzbekistan [33][34][35]

References[edit]

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