2018 Judo Grand Prix Antalya

The 2018 Judo Grand Prix were held in Antalya, Turkey, from 6 to 8 April 2018.

2018 Judo Grand Prix Antalya
VenueAntalya Arena, Antalya
LocationAntalya, Turkey
Dates6–8 April 2018
Competitors319 from 50 nations

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Kosovo (KOS)3104
2  Russia (RUS)2226
3  Turkey (TUR)*2024
4  Sweden (SWE)2002
5  Georgia (GEO)1113
6  Azerbaijan (AZE)1034
7  Austria (AUT)1023
8  Portugal (POR)1001
  Tajikistan (TJK)1001
10  South Korea (KOR)0213
11  Great Britain (GBR)0123
12  Iran (IRI)0112
  Moldova (MDA)0112
  Ukraine (UKR)0112
  United States (USA)0112
16  Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0101
  Canada (CAN)0101
  Serbia (SRB)0101
19  Mongolia (MGL)0033
20  Brazil (BRA)0022
21  Cuba (CUB)0011
  France (FRA)0011
  Hungary (HUN)0011
  Ireland (IRL)0011
  Israel (ISR)0011
  Slovenia (SLO)0011
Totals (26 nations)14142856

Source: [1]

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (-60 kg) Albert Oguzov
  Russia
Jaba Papinashvili
  Georgia
Amarbold Jagvaraldorj
  Mongolia
Adonis Diaz
  United States
Half-lightweight (-66 kg) Bagrati Niniashvili
  Georgia
Denis Vieru
  Moldova
Ganboldyn Kherlen
  Mongolia
Kilian Le Blouch
  France
Lightweight (-73 kg) Tommy Macias
  Sweden
An Chang-rim
  South Korea
Hidayat Heydarov
  Azerbaijan
Mohammad Mohammadi
  Iran
Half-middleweight (-81 kg) Vedat Albayrak
  Turkey
Jack Hatton
  United States
Dorin Gotonoaga
  Moldova
Tato Grigalashvili
  Georgia
Middleweight (-90 kg) Komronshokh Ustopiriyon
  Tajikistan
Nemanja Majdov
  Serbia
Tural Safguliyev
  Azerbaijan
Mammadali Mehdiyev
  Azerbaijan
Half-heavyweight (-100 kg) Zelym Kotsoiev
  Azerbaijan
Arman Adamian
  Russia
Otgonbaatar Lkhagvasuren
  Mongolia
Benjamin Fletcher
  Ireland
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Inal Tasoev
  Russia
Javad Mahjoub
  Iran
Kim Sung-min
  South Korea
Andy Granda
  Cuba

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (-48 kg) Catarina Costa
  Portugal
Fjolla Kelmendi
  Kosovo
Gülkader Şentürk
  Turkey
Sarah Menezes
  Brazil
Half-lightweight (-52 kg) Distria Krasniqi
  Kosovo
Chelsie Giles
  Great Britain
Anja Štangar
  Slovenia
Réka Pupp
  Hungary
Lightweight (-57 kg) Nora Gjakova
  Kosovo
Kim Jan-di
  South Korea
Sabrina Filzmoser
  Austria
Maayan Greenberg
  Israel
Half-middleweight (-63 kg) Magdalena Krssakova
  Austria
Valentina Kostenko
  Russia
Alexia Castilhos
  Brazil
Büşra Katipoğlu
  Turkey
Middleweight (-70 kg) Anna Bernholm
  Sweden
Kelita Zupancic
  Canada
Sally Conway
  Great Britain
Michaela Polleres
  Austria
Half-heavyweight (-78 kg) Loriana Kuka
  Kosovo
Anastasiya Turchyn
  Ukraine
Natalie Powell
  Great Britain
Niurguiana Nikiforova
  Russia
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Sebile Akbulut
  Turkey
Larisa Cerić
  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Galyna Tarasova
  Ukraine
Anna Gushchina
  Russia

[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Antalya Grand Prix 2018 – Standings". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 28 April 2021.
  2. ^ "2018 Judo Grand Prix Antalya". International Judo Federation. Retrieved 10 April 2018.

External linksEdit