2011 World Judo Championships

The 2011 World Judo Championships were held at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, France from 23 to 28 August.[1]

2011 World Judo Championships
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VenuePalais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
LocationParis, France
Dates23–28 August
Competitors871 from 132 nations
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ScheduleEdit

Event Date Starting Time Event Details
23 August 15:30 Men –60 kg
Men –66 kg
Women –48 kg
24 August 15:30 Men –73 kg
Women –52 kg
Women –57 kg
25 August 15:30 Men –81 kg
Women –63 kg
26 August 15:30 Men –90 kg
Women –70 kg
Women –78 kg
27 August 15:30 Men –100 kg
Men +100 kg
Women +78 kg
28 August 15:00 Men team
Women team

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (60 kg)
details
  Rishod Sobirov (UZB)   Hiroaki Hiraoka (JPN)   Ilgar Mushkiyev (AZE)
  Georgii Zantaraia (UKR)
Half-lightweight (66 kg)
details
  Masashi Ebinuma (JPN)   Leandro Cunha (BRA)   Cho Jun-Ho (KOR)
  Musa Mogushkov (RUS)
Lightweight (73 kg)
details
  Riki Nakaya (JPN)   Dex Elmont (NED)   Navruz Jurakobilov (UZB)
  Ugo Legrand (FRA)
Half-middleweight (81 kg)
details
  Kim Jae-Bum (KOR)   Srđan Mrvaljević (MNE)   Leandro Guilheiro (BRA)
  Sergiu Toma (MDA)
Middleweight (90 kg)
details
  Ilias Iliadis (GRE)   Daiki Nishiyama (JPN)   Takashi Ono (JPN)
  Asley Gonzalez (CUB)
Half-heavyweight (100 kg)
details
  Tagir Khaybulaev (RUS)   Maxim Rakov (KAZ)   Irakli Tsirekidze (GEO)
  Lukas Krpalek (CZE)
Heavyweight (+100 kg)
details
  Teddy Riner (FRA)   Andreas Tölzer (GER)   Aleksandr Mikhailine (RUS)
  Kim Sung-Min (KOR)
Team
details
  France   Brazil   South Korea
  Japan

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (48 kg)
details
  Haruna Asami (JPN)   Tomoko Fukumi (JPN)   Eva Csernoviczki (HUN)
  Sarah Menezes (BRA)
Half-lightweight (52 kg)
details
  Misato Nakamura (JPN)   Yuka Nishida (JPN)   Ana Carrascosa (ESP)
  Andreea Chițu (ROU)
Lightweight (57 kg)
details
  Aiko Sato (JPN)   Rafaela Silva (BRA)   Corina Căprioriu (ROU)
  Kaori Matsumoto (JPN)
Half-middleweight (63 kg)
details
  Gevrise Emane (FRA)   Yoshie Ueno (JPN)   Anicka van Emden (NED)
  Urška Žolnir (SLO)
Middleweight (70 kg)
details
  Lucie Décosse (FRA)   Edith Bosch (NED)   Yoriko Kunihara (JPN)
  Anett Mészáros (HUN)
Half-heavyweight (78 kg)
details
  Audrey Tcheuméo (FRA)   Akari Ogata (JPN)   Kayla Harrison (USA)
  Mayra Aguiar (BRA)
Heavyweight (+78 kg)
details
  Tong Wen (CHN)   Qin Qian (CHN)   Mika Sugimoto (JPN)
  Elena Ivashchenko (RUS)
Team
details
  France   Japan   Germany
  Cuba

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (France)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France*6017
2  Japan57517
3  China1102
4  Russia1034
  South Korea1034
6  Uzbekistan1012
7  Greece1001
8  Brazil0336
9  Netherlands0213
10  Germany0112
11  Kazakhstan0101
  Montenegro0101
13  Cuba0022
  Hungary0022
  Romania0022
16  Azerbaijan0011
  Czech Republic0011
  Georgia0011
  Moldova0011
  Slovenia0011
  Spain0011
  Ukraine0011
  United States0011
Totals (23 nations)16163264

Participating nationsEdit

871 competitors from 132 nations compete.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Paris Hosts World Judo Championships". eprtravelnews.com. 2 August 2011. Archived from the original on 18 January 2012. Retrieved 2011-08-02.
  2. ^ Participating nations
  1. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 97 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 112 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.

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