Judo at the 2016 Summer Paralympics

The Judo competition of the 2016 Summer Paralympics was held in Hall 3 at the Carioca Arena inside the Olympic Training Center in Barra cluster between 8 and 10 September. There were 13 events, corresponding to seven weight classes for men and six for women, and a total of 132 athletes will compete. At the Paralympics, judo is contested by visually impaired athletes.[1]

Judo
at the XV Paralympic Games
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VenueCarioca Arena 3
Dates8–10 September 2016
Competitors132 from 10 nations
2012
2020

QualificationEdit

Qualification will be largely based on the world ranking list prepared by International Blind Sports Federation as of May 30, 2016. A total of 114 athletes will directly qualify through the ranking with only the top 9 men or top 6 women in each division, ensuring that each NPC is subjected to a limit of one judoka per division.

In addition, a quota place will be reserved in each weight category for the host nation, and a place will also be reserved for the NPC of the winners of each weight division at the 2014 IBSA World Championships. finally, the Bipartite Commission will also make one invite per weight division, to complete the field.

Qualification summaryEdit

NPC Men Women Total
-60kg -66kg -73kg -81kg -90kg -100kg +100kg -48kg -52kg -57kg -63kg -70kg +70kg
  Algeria X X X 3
  Argentina X X X X X 5
  Azerbaijan X X X X X X X X X 9
  Belarus X X 2
  Brazil X X X X X X X X X X X X 12
  Canada X X 2
  China X X X X X 5
  Chinese Taipei X X 2
  Croatia X 1
  Cuba X X X X X 5
  France X X 2
  Georgia X 1
  Germany X X X X X 5
  Great Britain X X X X X X 5
  Greece X 1
  Hungary X X 2
  Iran X X X 3
  Iraq X 1
  Japan X X X X X X X X X 9
  Kazakhstan X X 2
  Lithuania X 1
  Mexico X X 2
  Mongolia X X 2
  Portugal X 1
  Puerto Rico X 1
  Romania X 1
  South Korea X X X X X X 6
  Spain X X X X 4
  Sweden X 1
  Thailand X 1
  Turkey X X X X 4
  Ukraine X X X X X X X X X 9
  United States X X X X 4
  Uruguay X X 1
  Uzbekistan X X X X X X X X X X X 11
  Venezuela X X X X 4

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Uzbekistan (UZB)31610
2  China (CHN)2002
  Mexico (MEX)2002
4  Ukraine (UKR)1337
5  South Korea (KOR)1124
6  Azerbaijan (AZE)1113
7  Cuba (CUB)1023
8  France (FRA)1001
  Georgia (GEO)1001
10  Brazil (BRA)0404
11  Germany (GER)0213
12  Japan (JPN)0134
13  Turkey (TUR)0022
  United States (USA)0022
15  Algeria (ALG)0011
  Mongolia (MGL)0011
  Romania (ROU)0011
  Venezuela (VEN)0011
Totals (18 nations)13132652

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg
details
Sherzod Namozov
  Uzbekistan
Makoto Hirose
  Japan
Alex Bologa
  Romania
Bolormaa Uugankhuu
  Mongolia
66 kg
details
Utkirjon Nigmatov
  Uzbekistan
Bayram Mustafayev
  Azerbaijan
Davyd Khorava
  Ukraine
Satoshi Fujimoto
  Japan
73 kg
details
Ramil Gasimov
  Azerbaijan
Dmytro Solovey
  Ukraine
Feruz Sayidov
  Uzbekistan
Nikolai Kornhass
  Germany
81 kg
details
Eduardo Avila Sanchez
  Mexico
Lee Jung-min
  South Korea
Rovshan Safarov
  Azerbaijan
Oleksandr Kosinov
  Ukraine
90 kg
details
Zviad Gogotchuri
  Georgia
Oleksandr Nazarenko
  Ukraine
Dartanyon Crockett
  United States
Shukhrat Boboev
  Uzbekistan
100 kg
details
Choi Gwang-geun
  South Korea
Antônio Tenório
  Brazil
Yordani Fernandez Sastre
  Cuba
Shirin Sharipov
  Uzbekistan
+100 kg
details
Adiljan Tulendibaev
  Uzbekistan
Wilians Silva de Araújo
  Brazil
Kento Masaki
  Japan
Yangaliny Jimenez
  Cuba

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Li Liqing
  China
Carmen Brussig
  Germany
Ecem Taşın
  Turkey
Yuliya Halinska
  Ukraine
52 kg
details
Sandrine Martinet
  France
Ramona Brussig
  Germany
Cherine Abdellaoui
  Algeria
Sevinch Salaeva
  Uzbekistan
57 kg
details
Inna Cherniak
  Ukraine
Lúcia da Silva Teixeira Araújo
  Brazil
Junko Hirose
  Japan
Seo Ha-na
  South Korea
63 kg
details
Dalidaivis Rodriguez Clark
  Cuba
Iryna Husieva
  Ukraine
Jin Song-lee
  South Korea
Tursunpashsha Nurmetova
  Uzbekistan
70 kg
details
Lenia Fabiola Ruvalcaba Alvarez
  Mexico
Alana Martins Maldonado
  Brazil
Naomi Soazo
  Venezuela
Gulruh Rahimova
  Uzbekistan
+70 kg
details
Yuan Yanping
  China
Khayitjon Alimova
  Uzbekistan
Christella Garcia
  United States
Mesme Tasbag
  Turkey

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Paralympic Judo". Rio 2016 Summer Paralympics. Archived from the original on 24 August 2016. Retrieved 22 August 2016.

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