Rok Drakšič (born 7 June 1987 in Griže, Žalec) is a Slovenian judoka.[1]

Rok Drakšič
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Drakšič (right) in 2008 vs Egusa at the Kano Cup

At the 2008 Summer Olympics he competed in the extra-lightweight category (-60 kg), losing to Masoud Akhondzadeh in his first match.[1]

At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed in the half-lightweight category (-66 kg). He beat Ricardo Valderrama by ko-uchi-gari, but then lost to eventual silver medalist Miklós Ungvári.[1]


Year Tournament Place Weight Class
2013 European Judo Championships 1st –73 kg
2012 European Judo Championships 3rd –66 kg
2011 World Judo Championships 5th –66 kg
2010 European Judo Championships 3rd –66 kg
2009 Mediterranean Games 3rd –66 kg
2007 World Judo Championships 5th Extra lightweight (–60 kg)
European Judo Championships 7th Extra lightweight (–60 kg)
2005 Mediterranean Games 2nd Extra lightweight (–60 kg)


  1. ^ a b c Rok Drakšič in

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