2017 European Judo Championships

The 2017 European Judo Championships were held in Warsaw, Poland from 20–23 April 2017.[1]

2017 European Judo Championships
2017 European Judo Championships.png
VenueTorwar Hall
LocationWarsaw, Poland
Dates20–23 April
Competitors369 from 41 nations
← 2016

Medal overviewEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−60 kg
details
  Robert Mshvidobadze (RUS)   Yanislav Gerchev (BUL)   Orkhan Safarov (AZE)
  Francisco Garrigós (ESP)
−66 kg
details
  Georgii Zantaraia (UKR)   Adrian Gomboc (SLO)   Nijat Shikhalizade (AZE)
  Matej Poliak (SVK)
−73 kg
details
  Hidayat Heydarov (AZE)   Musa Mogushkov (RUS)   Rustam Orujov (AZE)
  Tommy Macias (SWE)
−81 kg
details
  Alan Khubetsov (RUS)   Dominic Ressel (GER)   Aslan Lappinagov (RUS)
  Dominik Družeta (CRO)
−90 kg
details
  Aleksandar Kukolj (SRB)   Axel Clerget (FRA)   Beka Gviniashvili (GEO)
  Khusen Khalmurzaev (RUS)
−100 kg
details
  Elkhan Mammadov (AZE)   Cyrille Maret (FRA)   Kirill Denisov (RUS)
  Kazbek Zankishiev (RUS)
+100 kg
details
  Guram Tushishvili (GEO)   Adam Okruashvili (GEO)   Lukáš Krpálek (CZE)
  Roy Meyer (NED)
Team
details
  Georgia
Lasha Giunashvili
Vazha Margvelashvili
Lasha Shavdatuashvili
Phridon Gigani
Zebeda Rekhviashvili
Beka Gviniashvili
Ushangi Margiani
Guram Tushishvili
Adam Okruashvili
  Russia
Anzaur Ardanov
Abdula Abdulzhalilov
Uali Kurzhev
Denis Yartsev
Denis Kalinin
Stanislav Semenov
Magomed Magomedov
Khusen Khalmurzaev
Andrey Volkov
Renat Saidov
  Hungary
Ákos Bartha
Frigyes Szabó
László Csoknyai
Gábor Vér
Barna Bor
Miklós Cirjenics

  Ukraine
Gevorg Khachatrian
Dmytro Kanivets
Sergii Krivchach
Quedjau Nhabali
Vadym Synyavsky
Stanislav Bondarenko
Iakiv Khammo

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−48 kg
details
  Daria Bilodid (UKR)   Irina Dolgova (RUS)   Monica Ungureanu (ROU)
  Éva Csernoviczki (HUN)
−52 kg
details
  Majlinda Kelmendi (KOS)   Alesya Kuznetsova (RUS)   Evelyne Tschopp (SUI)
  Joana Ramos (POR)
−57 kg
details
  Priscilla Gneto (FRA)   Theresa Stoll (GER)   Nora Gjakova (KOS)
  Hélène Receveaux (FRA)
−63 kg
details
  Tina Trstenjak (SLO)   Margaux Pinot (FRA)   Alice Schlesinger (GBR)
  Kathrin Unterwurzacher (AUT)
−70 kg
details
  Sanne Van Dijke (NED)   Giovanna Scoccimarro (GER)   Barbara Matić (CRO)
  Marie-Ève Gahié (FRA)
−78 kg
details
  Audrey Tcheumeo (FRA)   Guusje Steenhuis (NED)   Abigél Joó (HUN)
  Natalie Powell (GBR)
+78 kg
details
  Maryna Slutskaya (BLR)   Svitlana Iaromka (UKR)   Carolin Weiß (GER)
  Larisa Cerić (BIH)
Team
details
  France
Amandine Buchard
Mélanie Clément
Priscilla Gneto
Hélène Receveaux
Margaux Pinot
Marie-Eve Gahié
Sama Hawa Camara
Émilie Andéol
  Poland
Agata Perenc
Karolina Pieńkowska
Anna Borowska
Julia Kowalczyk
Agata Ozdoba
Karolina Tałach
Katarzyna Kłys
Sandra Lickun
Beata Pacut
Anna Załęczna
  Croatia
Tena Šikić
Tihea Topolovec
Marijana Mišković Hasanbegović
Maja Blagojević
Barbara Matić
Ivana Maranić
Ivana Šutalo

  Germany
Nieke Nordmeyer
Sappho Coban
Theresa Stoll
Martyna Trajdos
Nadja Bazynski
Giovanna Scoccimarro
Carolin Weiß
Anna-Maria Wagner

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Poland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France3328
2  Russia24410
3  Georgia2114
  Ukraine2114
5  Azerbaijan2035
6  Netherlands1113
7  Slovenia1102
8  Kosovo1012
9  Belarus1001
  Serbia1001
11  Germany0325
12  Bulgaria0101
  Poland*0101
14  Croatia0033
  Hungary0033
16  Great Britain0022
17  Austria0011
  Bosnia and Herzegovina0011
  Czech Republic0011
  Portugal0011
  Romania0011
  Slovakia0011
  Spain0011
  Sweden0011
   Switzerland0011
Totals (25 nations)16163264

Participating nationsEdit

There was a total of 369 participants from 41 nations.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Judo Championships – Individual & Team". eju.net.

External linksEdit