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    Two more gold medals for Uzbekistan in Tashkent

    Two more gold medals for Uzbekistan in Tashkent

    In Tashkent, the next generation of Uzbek judokas had the opportunity to meet their local heroes and get selfies and autographs, including that of 2022 world champion Davlat Bobonov, who was competing on the third day of Tashkent… the day of the weights heavy.

    It was a beautiful display of judo from start to finish.

    All results here

    Wearing his red World Champion number, Bobonov was very active throughout the day, doing impressive judo, scoring points in each of his bouts. The crowd rose to its feet when he reached the final, where he faced Japan’s Murao Sanshiro.

    Bobonov triumphed in an intense encounter, giving the local public what they had come for. It was a great day for Bobonov.

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    The Minister of Youth Policy and Sports of Uzbekistan, Adkham IkramovHe handed out the medals.

    Davlat Bobonov He highlighted after the victory: “I love home competitions. They are difficult in a way, but the support from the home fans is incredible and that helps me win.”

    the japanese Takayama Rika she faced the Italian Stangherlin. The Japanese did a great job on the ground to block the Italian with her arm and win the title in the category of less than 78 kilos.

    The Director of Education and Training of the International Judo Federation, Mohammed Meridaja, handed out the medals.

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    Takayama Rika has pointed out after the victory: “My goal was to become champion here, so I’m very happy to have won this competition.”

    The public was also enthusiastic about the test of less than 100 kg. The veteran judoka Varlam Liparteliani, from Georgia, took first place. In the final he defeated the Austrian Aaron Fara, first scoring a waza-ari and then holding him for the ippon..

    The Director of Events of the International Judo Federation, Lisa AllanHe handed out the medals.

    In the one of more than 78kg the Japanese tomita wakaba He climbed to the top of the podium by defeating the Chinese Shiyan Xu, getting the fourth gold for the Japan team.

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    The Sports Director of the Federation, Skander HatchetHe handed out the medals.

    In the men’s final over 100 kg, another Uzbek, Alisher Yusupovbeat the Japanese Saito Tatsuru.

    Yusupov snatched victory from the competition’s last gold medalist, sparking a frenzy from the crowd and capping off an incredible three days.

    The Secretary General of the Olympic Committee of Uzbekistan, Oybek Kasimovwas present at the award ceremony.

    Another impressive competition comes to an end in Tashkent. Uzbekistan continues to elevate the sport of judo.

    Source: Euronews Español


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