2019 Judo Grand Prix Antalya

The 2019 Judo Grand Prix Antalya was held in Antalya, Turkey, from 5–7 April 2019.[1][2]

2019 Judo Grand Prix Antalya
LocationAntalya, Turkey
Dates5–7 April 2019
Competitors479 from 75 nations

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Georgia (GEO)1225
2  Azerbaijan (AZE)1124
3  Cuba (CUB)1102
  Kazakhstan (KAZ)1102
5  Germany (GER)1034
6  Turkey (TUR)*1023
7  France (FRA)1012
  Greece (GRE)1012
  Romania (ROU)1012
  South Korea (KOR)1012
11  Kosovo (KOS)1001
  Moldova (MDA)1001
  Netherlands (NED)1001
  Poland (POL)1001
15  Brazil (BRA)0314
16  China (CHN)0112
  Russia (RUS)0112
18  Italy (ITA)0101
  Mongolia (MGL)0101
  Slovenia (SLO)0101
  Uzbekistan (UZB)0101
22  Great Britain (GBR)0033
23  Ukraine (UKR)0022
24  Belgium (BEL)0011
  Canada (CAN)0011
  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
  Serbia (SRB)0011
  Spain (ESP)0011
  Tajikistan (TJK)0011
  Venezuela (VEN)0011
Totals (30 nations)14142856

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (-60 kg) Yeldos Smetov
  Kazakhstan
Kemran Nurillaev
  Uzbekistan
Ashley McKenzie
  Great Britain
Mihraç Akkuş
  Turkey
Half-lightweight (-66 kg) Denis Vieru
  Moldova
Mikhail Pulyaev
  Russia
Bagrati Niniashvili
  Georgia
Alberto Gaitero
  Spain
Lightweight (-73 kg) An Chang-rim
  South Korea
Rustam Orujov
  Azerbaijan
Guillaume Chaine
  France
Georgios Azoidis
  Greece
Half-middleweight (-81 kg) Luka Maisuradze
  Georgia
Christian Parlati
  Italy
Khasan Khalmurzaev
  Russia
Antoine Valois-Fortier
  Canada
Middleweight (-90 kg) Mihael Žgank
  Turkey
Giorgi Papunashvili
  Georgia
Komronshokh Ustopiriyon
  Tajikistan
Avtandili Tchrikishvili
  Georgia
Half-heavyweight (-100 kg) Alexandre Iddir
  France
Rafael Buzacarini
  Brazil
Elmar Gasimov
  Azerbaijan
Toma Nikiforov
  Belgium
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Roy Meyer
  Netherlands
Levani Matiashvili
  Georgia
Lukáš Krpálek
  Czech Republic
Vlăduț Simionescu
  Romania

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (-48 kg) Distria Krasniqi
  Kosovo
Otgontsetseg Galbadrak
  Kazakhstan
Milica Nikolić
  Serbia
Kang Yu-jeong
  South Korea
Half-lightweight (-52 kg) Andreea Chițu
  Romania
Urantsetseg Munkhbat
  Mongolia
Larissa Pimenta
  Brazil
Gultaj Mammadaliyeva
  Azerbaijan
Lightweight (-57 kg) Julia Kowalczyk
  Poland
Kaja Kajzer
  Slovenia
Wen Zhang
  China
Mariia Skora
  Ukraine
Half-middleweight (-63 kg) Maylín del Toro Carvajal
  Cuba
Tang Jing
  China
Alice Schlesinger
  Great Britain
Amy Livesey
  Great Britain
Middleweight (-70 kg) Elisavet Teltsidou
  Greece
Maria Portela
  Brazil
Miriam Butkereit
  Germany
Elvismar Rodríguez
  Venezuela
Half-heavyweight (-78 kg) Anna-Maria Wagner
  Germany
Kaliema Antomarchi
  Cuba
Luise Malzahn
  Germany
Anastasiya Turchyn
  Ukraine
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Iryna Kindzerska
  Azerbaijan
Beatriz Souza
  Brazil
Kayra Sayit
  Turkey
Jasmin Grabowski
  Germany

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Antalya Grand Prix 2019". JudoInside.com. Retrieved 19 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Antalya Grand Prix 2019". International Judo Federation (IJF). Retrieved 19 April 2021.

External linksEdit