1989 European Judo Championships

The 1989 European Judo Championships were held 11-14 May 1989 in Helsinki, Finland.

1989 European Judo Championships
LocationFinland Helsinki, Finland
Dates11-14 May 1989
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ResultsEdit

MenEdit

60 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Amiran Totikashvili   Soviet Union
2. Peter Sedivak   Czechoslovakia
3. Philip Pradayrol   France
3. Carlos Sotillo   Spain
5. Shuki Koaz   Israel
5. József Wagner   Hungary
7. Pavel Botev   Bulgaria
7. Zbigniew Szaforz   Poland

65 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Bruno Carabetta   France
2. Sergey Kosmynin   Soviet Union
3. József Csák   Hungary
3. Pavel Petrikov   Czechoslovakia
5. Allan Fevre   Denmark
5. Fredrik Norén   Sweden
7. Mark Preston   Great Britain
7. Dragomir Becanovic   Yugoslavia

71 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Jorma Korhonen   Finland
2. Bertalan Hajtós   Hungary
3. Marc Alexandre   France
3. Georgy Tenadze   Soviet Union
5. Alparslan Ayan   Turkey
5. Joaquín Ruíz   Spain
7. Miroslav Jocic   Yugoslavia
7. Stefaan Laats   Belgium

78 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Bashir Varaev   Soviet Union
2. Frank Wieneke   West Germany
3. Anthonie Wurth   Netherlands
3. Zsolt Zsoldos   Hungary
5. Jean-Michel Berthet   France
5. Jukka-Pekka Metsola   Finland
7. Olivier Schaffter    Switzerland
7. Lars Adolfsson   Sweden

86 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Fabien Canu   France
2. Vitaly Budyukin   Soviet Union
3. Axel Lobenstein   East Germany
3. Giorgio Vismara   Italy
5. Luc Suplis   Belgium
5. Densign White   Great Britain
7. Petru Anitoaie   Romania
7. Daniel Kistler    Switzerland

95 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Koba Kurtanidze   Soviet Union
2. Jirí Sosna   Czechoslovakia
3. Marc Meiling   West Germany
3. Theo Meijer   Netherlands
5. Marko Valev   Bulgaria
5. Jens Geisler   East Germany
7. Jacek Beutler   Poland
7. Pasi Lind   Finland

95+ kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Rafal Kubacki   Poland
2. Thomas Mueller   East Germany
3. Hans Buiting   Netherlands
3. Grigory Verichev   Soviet Union
5. Josef Schmoeller   Austria
5. Alexander Von der Groeben   West Germany
7. Harry Van Barneveld   Belgium
7. Damyan Stoikov   Bulgaria

Open classEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Juha Salonen   Finland
2. Frank Moeller   East Germany
3. Sergey Kosorotov   Soviet Union
3. Harry Van Barneveld   Belgium
5. Bjarni Fridriksson   Iceland
5. Roger Vachon   France
7. László Tolnai   Hungary
7. Damyan Stoikov   Bulgaria

WomenEdit

48 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Cécile Nowak   France
2. Karen Briggs   Great Britain
3. Malgorzata Roszkowska   Poland
3. Marjo Vilhola   Finland
5. Michaela Bornemann   Austria
5. Giovanna Tortora   Italy
7. Kerstin Emich   West Germany
7. Funda Cansevdi   Turkey

52 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Jaana Ronkainen   Finland
2. Dominique Maaoui-Brun   France
3. Joanna Majdan   Poland
3. Sharon Rendle   Great Britain
5. Alessandra Giungi   Italy
5. Carmen Schuler   West Germany
7. Katalin Parragh   Hungary
7. Ruth Magen   Israel

56 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Cathérine Arnaud   France
2. Maria Gontowicz-Szalas   Poland
3. Miriam Blasco   Spain
3. Jenny Gal   Netherlands
5. Domenica Soraci   Italy
5. Jaana Utriainen   Finland
7. Nicole Flagothier   Belgium
7. Miroslava Janosikova   Czechoslovakia

61 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Cathérine Fleury-Vachon   France
2. Lenka Sindlerova   Czechoslovakia
3. Diane Bell   Great Britain
3. Yael Arad   Israel
5. Marjolein van Dommelen   Netherlands
5. Monica Barbieri   Italy
7. Gabi Ritschel   West Germany
7. Olivia Jesus   Portugal

66 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Emanuela Pierantozzi   Italy
2. Alexandra Schreiber   West Germany
3. Claire Lecat   France
3. Ulla Werbrouck   Belgium
5. Chantal Han   Netherlands
5. Roswitha Hartl   Austria
7. Viktoria Gordeeva   Soviet Union
7. Jane Morris   Great Britain

72 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Ingrid Berghmans   Belgium
2. Elisabeth Karlsson   Sweden
3. Aline Batailler   France
3. Marion van Dorssen   Netherlands
5. Erica Baroncini   Italy
5. Isabel Cortavitarte   Spain
7. Stefania Drzewicka   Poland
7. Heli Syrja   Finland

72+ kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Angelique Seriese   Netherlands
2. Anne Akerblom   Finland
3. Natalina Lupino   France
3. Beáta Maksymow   Poland
5. Maria Teresa Motta   Italy
5. Claudia Weber   West Germany
7. Tsvetana Bozhilova   Bulgaria
7. Angela Medina   Spain

Open classEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Angelique Seriese   Netherlands
2. Beáta Maksymow   Poland
3. Ingrid Berghmans   Belgium
3. Elena Guschina   Soviet Union
5. Katarina Håkanson   Sweden
5. Manuela Tondolo   Italy
7. Christine Cicot   France
7. Tsvetana Bozhilova   Bulgaria

ReferencesEdit

  • "1989 European Judo Championships, Helsinki". JudoInside.com. Retrieved 2019-04-26.