Judo at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Mixed team

The Mixed team competition in judo at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo was held on 31 July 2021 at the Nippon Budokan.[1][2][3][4][5]

Mixed team
at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad
VenueNippon Budokan
Date31 July 2021
Competitors12 from 12 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s)  France (FRA)
Amandine Buchard
Guillaume Chaine
Sarah-Léonie Cysique
Kilian Le Blouch
Clarisse Agbegnenou
Axel Clerget
Margaux Pinot
Alexandre Iddir
Romane Dicko
Teddy Riner
Madeleine Malonga
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Japan (JPN)
Hifumi Abe
Uta Abe
Shohei Ono
Tsukasa Yoshida
Shoichiro Mukai
Chizuru Arai
Takanori Nagase
Miku Tashiro
Hisayoshi Harasawa
Shori Hamada
Aaron Wolf
Akira Sone
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Germany (GER)
Sebastian Seidl
Katharina Menz
Igor Wandtke
Theresa Stoll
Dominic Ressel
Giovanna Scoccimarro
Eduard Trippel
Martyna Trajdos
Johannes Frey
Jasmin Grabowski
Karl-Richard Frey
Anna-Maria Wagner
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Israel (ISR)
Tohar Butbul
Timna Nelson-Levy
Baruch Shmailov
Shira Rishony
Li Kochman
Gili Sharir
Sagi Muki
Raz Hershko
Peter Paltchik
Inbar Lanir
Or Sasson
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It was the first time a team judo competition was held in the Olympics.

Team Japan is the only team to win this event at the World Judo Championships, with team France winning the last 3 silver medals.

The medals for the competition were presented by Mr. Yasuhiro Yamashita, IOC Member, Japan, Olympian, one Gold Medal; and the medalists' bouquets were presented by Marius L Vizer, IJF President; Austria.

ResultsEdit

FinalsEdit

 
Gold medal
 
  
 
 
 
 
1
  Japan (JPN)
1
 
 
2
  France (FRA)
4
 

RepechageEdit

RepechageBronze medal
      
 
  Germany (GER)
4
 
  Mongolia (MGL)
2
 
  Germany (GER)
4
 
  Netherlands (NED)
2
RepechageBronze medal
      
 
  Israel (ISR)
4
3
  Brazil (BRA)
2
 
  Israel (ISR)
4
4
  ROC
1

Pool AEdit

First roundQuarter-finalsSemi-finals
          
1
  Japan (JPN)
4
 
  Germany (GER)
2
 
  Germany (GER)
4
 
  Refugee Olympic Team (EOR)
0
1
  Japan (JPN)
4
4
  ROC
0
4
  ROC
4
 
  Mongolia (MGL)
2
 
  Mongolia (MGL)
4
 
  South Korea (KOR)
1

Pool BEdit

First roundQuarter-finalsSemi-finals
          
2
  France (FRA)
4
 
  Israel (ISR)
3
 
  Italy (ITA)
3
 
  Israel (ISR)
4
2
  France (FRA)
4
 
  Netherlands (NED)
0
3
  Brazil (BRA)
2
 
  Netherlands (NED)
4
 
  Netherlands (NED)
4
 
  Uzbekistan (UZB)
3

MatchesEdit

First roundEdit

Germany vs Refugee Olympic TeamEdit

Weight Class   Germany (GER) Result   Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) Score
Men +90 kg Johannes Frey 10 – 00 Javad Mahjoub 1 – 0
Women –57 kg Theresa Stoll 10 – 00 Sanda Aldass 2 – 0
Men –73 kg Igor Wandtke 10 – 00 Ahmad Alikaj 3 – 0
Women –70 kg Martyna Trajdos 10 – 00 Muna Dahouk 4 – 0
Men -90 kg Dominic Ressel Popole Misenga
Women +70 kg Jasmin Grabowski Nigara Shaheen
Results[6]


Mongolia vs South KoreaEdit

Weight Class   Mongolia (MGL) Result   South Korea (KOR) Score
Men +90 kg Ölziibayaryn Düürenbayar 00 – 10 Kim Min-jong 0 – 1
Women –57 kg Dorjsürengiin Sumiyaa 01 – 00 Kim Ji-su 1 – 1
Men –73 kg Tsend-Ochiryn Tsogtbaatar 10 – 00 An Chang-rim 2 – 1
Women –70 kg Boldyn Gankhaich 01 – 00 Kim Seong-yeon 3 – 1
Men –90 kg Gantulgyn Altanbagana 10 – 00 Gwak Dong-han 4 – 1
Women +70 kg Otgony Mönkhtsetseg Han Mi-jin
Results[7]

Italy vs IsraelEdit

Weight Class   Italy (ITA) Result   Israel (ISR) Score
Men +90 kg Nicholas Mungai 00 – 10 Peter Paltchik 0 – 1
Women –57 kg Odette Giuffrida 01 – 00 Timna Nelson-Levy 1 – 1
Men -73 kg Fabio Basile 01 – 00 Tohar Butbul 2 – 1
Women –70 kg Maria Centracchio 00 – 10 Gili Sharir 2 – 2
Men –90 kg Christian Parlati 11 – 01 Li Kochman 3 – 2
Women +70 kg Alice Bellandi 00 – 01 Raz Hershko 3 – 3
Women –70 kg Maria Centracchio 00 – 10 Gili Sharir 3 – 4
Results[8]

Netherlands vs UzbekistanEdit

Weight Class   Netherlands (NED) Result   Uzbekistan (UZB) Score
Men +90 kg Henk Grol 00 – 10 Bekmurod Oltiboev 0 – 1
Women –57 kg Sanne Verhagen 10 – 00 Diyora Keldiyorova 1 – 1
Men –73 kg Tornike Tsjakadoea 00 – 10 Khikmatillokh Turaev 1 – 2
Women –70 kg Sanne van Dijke 00 – 10 Gulnoza Matniyazova 1 – 3
Men –90 kg Noël van 't End 10 – 00 Davlat Bobonov 2 – 3
Women +70 kg Guusje Steenhuis 10 – 00 Farangiz Khojieva 3 – 3
Men +90 kg Henk Grol 10 – 00 Bekmurod Oltiboev 4 – 3
Results[9]

QuarterfinalsEdit

Japan vs GermanyEdit

Weight Class   Japan (JPN) Result   Germany (GER) Score
Women -57 kg Uta Abe 00 – 10 Theresa Stoll 0 – 1
Men -73 kg Shohei Ono 00 – 01 Igor Wandtke 0 – 2
Women -70 kg Chizuru Arai 10 – 00 Giovanna Scoccimarro 1 – 2
Men -90 kg Shoichiro Mukai 01 – 00 Eduard Trippel 2 – 2
Women +70 kg Akira Sone 10 – 00 Jasmin Grabowski 3 – 2
Men +90 kg Aaron Wolf 01 – 00 Johannes Frey 4 – 2
Results[10]

ROC vs MongoliaEdit

Weight Class   ROC Result   Mongolia (MGL) Score
Women -57 kg Daria Mezhetskaia 01 – 00 Dorjsürengiin Sumiya 1 – 0
Men -73 kg Musa Mogushkov 00 – 01 Tsend-Ochiryn Tsogtbaatar 1 – 1
Women -70 kg Madina Taimazova 10 – 00 Boldyn Gankhaich 2 – 1
Men -90 kg Mikhail Igolnikov 01 – 10 Saeid Mollaei 2 – 2
Women +70 kg Aleksandra Babintseva 10 – 00 Otgony Mönkhtsetseg 3 – 2
Men +90 kg Tamerlan Bashaev 01 – 00 Ölziibayaryn Düürenbayar 4 – 2
Results[11]

France vs IsraelEdit

Weight Class   France (FRA) Result   Israel (ISR) Score
Women -57 kg Sarah-Léonie Cysique 01 – 11 Timna Nelson-Levy 0 – 1
Men -73 kg Guillaume Chaine 01 – 00 Tohar Butbul 1 – 1
Women -70 kg Margaux Pinot 00 – 01 Gili Sharir 1 – 2
Men -90 kg Axel Clerget 00 – 10 Li Kochman 1 – 3
Women +70 kg Romane Dicko 10 – 00 Raz Hershko 2 – 3
Men +90 kg Teddy Riner 10 – 00 Or Sasson 3 – 3
Women -70 kg Margaux Pinot 10 – 00 Gili Sharir 4 – 3
Results[12]

Brazil vs NetherlandsEdit

Weight Class   Brazil (BRA) Result   Netherlands (NED) Score
Women -57 kg Larissa Pimenta 00 – 10 Sanne Verhagen 0 – 1
Men -73 kg Daniel Cargnin 01 – 00 Tornike Tsjakadoea 1 – 1
Women -70 kg Maria Portela 00 – 10 Sanne van Dijke 1 – 2
Men -90 kg Rafael Macedo 00 – 01 Noël van 't End 1 – 3
Women +70 kg Mayra Aguiar 10 – 00 Guusje Steenhuis 2 – 3
Men +90 kg Rafael Silva 00 – 10 Henk Grol 2 – 4
Results[13]

RepechagesEdit

Germany vs MongoliaEdit

Weight Class   Germany (GER) Result   Mongolia (MGL) Score
Men -73 kg Igor Wandtke 00 – 01 Tsend-Ochiryn Tsogtbaatar 0 – 1
Women -70 kg Giovanna Scoccimarro 10 – 00 Boldyn Gankhaich 1 – 1
Men -90 kg Eduard Trippel 00 – 01 Saeid Mollaei 1 – 2
Women +70 kg Jasmin Grabowski 10 – 00 Otgony Mönkhtsetseg 2 – 2
Men +90 kg Johannes Frey 10 – 00 Ölziibayaryn Düürenbayar 3 – 2
Women -57 kg Theresa Stoll 10 – 00 Dorjsürengiin Sumiya 4 – 2
Results[14]

Israel vs BrazilEdit

Weight Class   Israel (ISR) Result   Brazil (BRA) Score
Men -73 kg Tohar Butbul 10 – 00 Eduardo Barbosa 1 – 0
Women -70 kg Gili Sharir 00 – 10 Maria Portela 1 – 1
Men -90 kg Li Kochman 10 – 00 Eduardo Yudy Santos 2 – 1
Women +70 kg Raz Hershko 00 – 10 Mayra Aguiar 2 – 2
Men +90 kg Peter Paltchik 10 – 00 Rafael Buzacarini 3 – 2
Women -57 kg Timna Nelson-Levy 10 – 00 Larissa Pimenta 4 – 2
Results[15]

SemifinalsEdit

Japan vs ROCEdit

Weight Class   Japan (JPN) Result   ROC Score
Men -73 kg Shohei Ono 10 – 00 Musa Mogushkov 1 – 0
Women -70 kg Chizuru Arai 10 – 00 Madina Taimazova 2 – 0
Men -90 kg Shoichiro Mukai 10 – 00 Mikhail Igolnikov 3 – 0
Women +70 kg Akira Sone 10 – 00 Aleksandra Babintseva 4 – 0
Men +90 kg Aaron Wolf Tamerlan Bashaev
Women -57 kg Tsukasa Yoshida Daria Mezhetskaia
Results[16]

France vs NetherlandsEdit

Weight Class   France (FRA) Result   Netherlands (NED) Score
Men -73 kg Guillaume Chaine 10 – 00 Tornike Tsjakadoea 1 – 0
Women -70 kg Clarisse Agbegnenou 01 – 00 Sanne van Dijke 2 – 0
Men -90 kg Axel Clerget 01 – 00 Noël van 't End 3 – 0
Women +70 kg Romane Dicko 01 – 00 Guusje Steenhuis 4 – 0
Men +90 kg Teddy Riner Michael Korrel
Women -57 kg Sarah-Léonie Cysique Sanne Verhagen
Results[17]

Bronze medal matchesEdit

Germany vs NetherlandsEdit

Weight Class   Germany (GER) Result   Netherlands (NED) Score
Women -70 kg Giovanna Scoccimarro 00 – 10 Sanne van Dijke 0 – 1
Men -90 kg Dominic Ressel 10 – 00 Noël van 't End 1 – 1
Women +70 kg Anna-Maria Wagner 01 – 00 Guusje Steenhuis 2 – 1
Men +90 kg Karl-Richard Frey 00 – 10 Henk Grol 2 – 2
Women -57 kg Theresa Stoll 10 – 01 Sanne Verhagen 3 – 2
Men -73 kg Sebastian Seidl 10 – 00 Tornike Tsjakadoea 4 – 2
Results[18]

Israel vs ROCEdit

Weight Class   Israel (ISR) Result   ROC Score
Women -70 kg Gili Sharir 00 – 01 Madina Taimazova 0 – 1
Men -90 kg Sagi Muki 10 – 00 Mikhail Igolnikov 1 – 1
Women +70 kg Raz Hershko 10 – 00 Aleksandra Babintseva 2 – 1
Men +90 kg Peter Paltchik 01 – 00 Tamerlan Bashaev 3 – 1
Women -57 kg Timna Nelson-Levy 10 – 01 Daria Mezhetskaia 4 – 1
Men -73 kg Tohar Butbul Musa Mogushkov
Results[19]

Gold medal matchEdit

Japan vs FranceEdit

Weight Class   Japan (JPN) Result   France (FRA) Score
Women -70 kg Chizuru Arai 00 – 10 Clarisse Agbegnenou 0 – 1
Men -90 kg Shoichiro Mukai 00 – 10 Axel Clerget 0 – 2
Women +70 kg Akira Sone 10 – 00 Romane Dicko 1 – 2
Men +90 kg Aaron Wolf 00 – 01 Teddy Riner 1 – 3
Women -57 kg Tsukasa Yoshida 00 – 01 Sarah-Léonie Cysique 1 – 4
Men -73 kg Shohei Ono Guillaume Chaine
Results[20]

TeamsEdit

MenEdit

pos. Judoka (#)
Lower third Upper third #
NOC –60 kg –66 kg –73 kg –81 kg –90 kg –100 kg +100 kg
  Japan  . Naohisa Takato (2)  . Hifumi Abe (4)  . Shohei Ono (11)  . Takanori Nagase (13) R16. Shoichiro Mukai (10)  . Aaron Wolf (5)  5. Hisayoshi Harasawa (2) 7
  Brazil R16. Eric Takabatake (10)  . Daniel Cargnin (10) 1R. Eduardo Barbosa (25) 1R. Eduardo Yudy Santos (19) 1R. Rafael Macedo (17) 1R. Rafael Buzacarini (15)  7. Rafael Silva (5) 7
  France  . Luka Mkheidze (14) R16. Kilian Le Blouch (16) R32. Guillaume Chaine (20) R16. Axel Clerget (15) 1R. Alexandre Iddir (10)  . Teddy Riner (10) 6
  Germany R16. Moritz Plafky (19) 1R. Sebastian Seidl (19) R32. Igor Wandtke (17)  5. Dominic Ressel (10)  . Eduard Trippel (13)  7. Karl-Richard Frey (17) 1R. Johannes Frey (16) 7
  Israel  5. Baruch Shmailov (6)  7. Tohar Butbul (6) R16. Sagi Muki (2) R16. Li Kochman (21)  7. Peter Paltchik (4) R16. Or Sasson (8) 6
  Italy  5. Manuel Lombardo (1) R32. Fabio Basile (12) R16. Christian Parlati (12) R32. Nicholas Mungai (20) 4
  Mongolia 1R. Amartuvshin Dashdavaa (15)  7. Baskhuu Yondonperenlei (5)  . Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir (5)  . Saeid Mollaei (6) R32. Altanbagana Gantulga (16) R16. Lkhagvasürengiin Otgonbaatar (13) 1R. Duurenbayar Ulziibayar (18) 7
  Netherlands  5. Tornike Tsjakadoea (9) R16. Frank de Wit (5)  7. Noël van 't End (2) R16. Michael Korrel (3) R16. Henk Grol (6) 5
  South Korea  5. Kim Won-jin (6)  . An Baul (2)  . An Changrim (3) R16. Lee Sung-ho (21) R16. Gwak Dong-han (14)  . Cho Gu-ham (6) R16. Kim Min-jong (9) 7
  Uzbekistan R16. Sharafuddin Lutfillaev (5) 1R. Sardor Nurillaev (8) R16. Khikmatillokh Turaev (9)  7. Sharofiddin Boltaboev (7)  . Davlat Bobonov (5) R16. Mukhammadkarim Khurramov (12)  7. Bekmurod Oltiboev (15) 7
  Refugee Olympic Team 1R. Ahmad Alikaj (34) R32. Popole Misenga (33) R16. Javad Mahjoub (22) 3
  ROC R16. Robert Mshvidobadze (1) R16. Yakub Shamilov (9) R32. Musa Mogushkov (13)  7. Alan Khubetsov (8)  5. Mikhail Igolnikov (8)  . Niyaz Ilyasov (7)  . Tamerlan Bashaev (1) 7
Total teams: 12 9 10 11 10 12 10 11 73
References [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27]
Middle third

WomenEdit

pos. Judoka (#)
Lower third Upper third #
NOC –48 kg –52 kg –57 kg –63 kg –70 kg –78 kg +78 kg
  Japan  . Funa Tonaki (3)  . Uta Abe (2)  . Tsukasa Yoshida (2) R16. Miku Tashiro (3)  . Chizuru Arai (3)  . Shori Hamada (2)  . Akira Sone (3) 7
  Brazil R16. Gabriela Chibana (19) R16. Larissa Pimenta (11)  7. Ketleyn Quadros (5) R16. Maria Portela (7)  . Mayra Aguiar (6)  7. Maria Suelen Altheman (4) 6
  France 1R. Shirine Boukli (9)  . Amandine Buchard (1)  . Sarah-Léonie Cysique (4)  . Clarisse Agbegnenou (1) R16. Margaux Pinot (2)  . Madeleine Malonga (1)  . Romane Dicko (5) 7
  Germany 1R. Katharina Menz (15) R16. Theresa Stoll (5) 1R. Martyna Trajdos (6)  5. Giovanna Scoccimarro (6)  . Anna-Maria Wagner (3) 1R. Jasmin Grabowski (19) 6
  Israel  5. Shira Rishony (12) R16. Gili Cohen (10)  7. Timna Nelson-Levy (7) 1R. Gili Sharir (18) R16. Inbar Lanir (18) R16. Raz Hershko (16) 6
  Italy 1R. Francesca Milani (14)  . Odette Giuffrida (3)  . Maria Centracchio (19)  7. Alice Bellandi (21) 4
  Mongolia  . Urantsetseg Munkhbat (4) R16. Lkhagvasürengiin Sosorbaram (13) 1R. Sumiya Dorjsuren (10) R16. Gankhaich Bold (15) 1R. Munkhtsetseg Otgon (23) 5
  Netherlands R16. Sanne Verhagen (21)  5. Juul Franssen (8)  . Sanne van Dijke (1)  7. Guusje Steenhuis (4) 1R. Tessie Savelkouls (14) 5
  South Korea 1R. Kang Yu-jeong (18)  7. Park Da-sol (17) R16. Kim Ji-su (16) 1R. Han Hee-ju (20) R16. Kim Seong-yeon (20)  5. Yoon Hyun-ji (16)  7. Han Mi-jin (15) 7
  Uzbekistan 1R. Diyora Keldiyorova (9) 1R. Farangiz Khojieva (29) R16. Gulnoza Matniyazova (17) 3
  Refugee Olympic Team 1R. Sanda Aldass (25) 1R. Muna Dahouk (30) 1R. Nigara Shaheen (28) 3
  ROC R16. Irina Dolgova (8) R16. Natalia Kuziutina (8) 1R. Daria Mezhetskaia (13) 1R. Daria Davydova (10)  . Madina Taimazova (9)  7. Aleksandra Babintseva (13) 6
Total teams: 12 9 9 9 12 10 9 7 65
References [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34]
Middle third

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