Grand Slam Paris 2020 Cees de Haan

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GS Paris 2020 Ceremony "63" 26/02/2020

Grand Slam Paris 2020
Ceremony “63”

Final Results
1. AGBEGNENOU, Clarisse (FRA)
2. NABEKURA, Nami (JPN)
3. TRSTENJAK, Tina (SLO)
3. DOI, Masako (JPN)

Source IJF – International Judo Federation.
Pictures Cees de Haan.

19/02/2020

Grand Slam Paris 2020.
Ceremony “81”

1. SHERAZADISHVILI, Nikoloz (ESP)
2. NAGASAWA, Kenta (JPN)
3. CLERGET, Axel (FRA)
3. SILVA MORALES, Ivan Felipe (CUB)

Pictures Cees de Haan

19/02/2020

Ceremony “81” Grand Slam Paris 2020.

1. CASSE, Matthias (BEL)
2. BOLTABOEV, Sharofiddin (UZB)
3. VALOIS-FORTIER, Antoine (CAN)
3. FUJIWARA, Sotaro (JPN)

Pictures Cees de Haan.

18/02/2020

Grand Slam Paris 2020.

Ceremony “48”

1. BILODID, Daria (UKR)
2. KOGA, Wakana (JPN)
3. CLEMENT, Melanie (FRA)
3. MUNKHBAT, Urantsetseg (MGL)

Picture Cees de Haan.

18/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Results “52”

Kosovo defeats Italy as KRASNIQI steps in for KELMENDI

World Judo Masters winner Distria KRASNIQI (KOS) defeated Olympic silver medallist Odette GIUFFRIDA (ITA) as a late replacement for her injured teammate and Olympic champion Majlinda KELMENDI (KOS). The talk before the tournament centred around the likelihood of seeing one more chapter in the epic rivalry between GIUFFRIDA and KELMENDI but, after Kosovo’s hero had to withdraw for the second competition in a row, it prompted a last-minute reshuffle by Kosovo’s mastermind Driton TONI KUKA as KRASNIQI made the move up from the -48kg category to instead compete in the -52kg division.

KRASNIQI, who trailed 1-3 in her head-to-head series against GIUFFRIDA - having long flirted with the heavier division before firmly settling back into the -48kg category during this Olympic cycle – outfought the Italian as KELMENDI urged her on from the stands. A hiza-guruma from KRASNIQI, who is ranked number two in the -48kg category and number 48 in the -52kg category, gave her a waza-ari score before GIUFFRIDA received her third and final shido for pushing out her rival.

In the first semi-final KRASNIQI outlasted London 2012 Olympic champion Sarah MENEZES (BRA) who received her marching orders for her third penalty in golden score.

In the second semi-final GIUFFRIDA humbled world number 14 Astride GNETO (FRA) who made three mistakes and was disqualified as the Italian lapped up the result and the jeers of the crowd before disappearing into the tunnel to look ahead to her final.

The first bronze medal contest opposed home hope GNETO and former world champion SHISHIME Ai (JPN) who dampened the carnival atmosphere, at least temporarily, by emphatically throwing the French judoka with an uchi-mata for ippon.
In the second bronze medal contest MENEZES lost out to her teammate and world number 15 Larissa PIMENTA (BRA) from a low, left-sided seoi-nage, after 15 seconds of golden score, which was awarded a waza-ari score to put the 20-year-old on the brink of selection for her first Olympic Games.

Final
KRASNIQI, Distria (KOS) vs GIUFFRIDA, Odette (ITA)

Bronze Medal Fights

GNETO, Astride (FRA) vs SHISHIME, Ai (JPN)
MENEZES, Sarah (BRA) vs PIMENTA, Larissa (BRA)

Final Results
1. KRASNIQI, Distria (KOS)
2. GIUFFRIDA, Odette (ITA)
3. SHISHIME Ai (JPN)
3. PIMENTA, Larissa (BRA)
5. GNETO, Astride (FRA)
5. MENEZES, Sarah (BRA)
7. MOSDIER, Anais (FRA)
7. SUROVA, Anna (UKR)

Source IJF – International Judo Federation. Pictures Cees de Haan.

18/02/2020

Grand Slam Paris 2020 Results “57”.

Canada’s first world judo champion DEGUCHI completes Paris Treble

Unstoppable world champion Christa DEGUCHI (CAN) ruled in Paris for the third year in a row as the world number one dispatched former world champion DORJSUREN Sumiya (MGL) in the -57kg final. DEGUCHI earned her fourth Grand Slam title overall by catching DORJSUREN with a tomoe-nage for a waza-ari score and comfortably saw out her advantage to start her season with a customary gold in France. The owner of red backpatch in one of judo’s marquee weight categories took it all in her stride as she marches on towards the Olympics and has undoubtedly been pencilled in as the favourite this summer in Japan where she still resides.

In the first semi-final DEGUCHI defeated world number 10 Sarah Leonie CYSIQUE (FRA) at the halfway point by the maximum score to power her way into the gold medal contest.

In the second semi-final Olympic bronze medallist Telma MONTEIRO (POR) came undone against DORJSUREN after receiving hansoku-make having narrowly avoided the same fate in her quarter-final.

The first bronze medal was won by world number six TAMAOKI Momo (JPN) as MONTEIRO was unable to compete having been disqualified in her previous contest.

The second bronze medal was won by Tel Aviv Grand Prix bronze medallist Nora GJAKOVA (KOS) who pinned CYSIQUE with a sankaku-gatame for 20 seconds and ippon as Kosovo made a major impression on day one in Paris.

Final
DORJSUREN, Sumiya (MGL) vs DEGUCHI, Christa (CAN)

Bronze Medal Fights
MONTEIRO, Telma (POR) vs TAMAOKI, Momo (JPN)
CYSIQUE, Sarah Leonie (FRA) vs GJAKOVA, Nora (KOS)

Final Results
1. DEGUCHI, Christa (CAN)
2. DORJSUREN, Sumiya (MGL)
3. TAMAOKI, Momo (JPN)
3. GJAKOVA, Nora (KOS)
5. MONTEIRO, Telma (POR)
5. CYSIQUE, Sarah Leonie (FRA)
7. NELSON LEVY, Timna (ISR)
7. KLIMKAIT, Jessica (CAN)

Source IJF – International Judo Federation. Pictures Cees de Haan. Watch for more GS on Facebook: Grand Slam Paris 2020 Cees de Haan.

18/02/2020

Grand Slam Paris 2020.
Results under 48.

BILODID remains unbeaten against Japanese Judoka

Double world champion Daria BILODID (UKR) retained her Paris crown with victory over Osaka Grand Slam bronze medallist KOGA Wakana (JPN) to improve to 9-0 against Japanese judoka. BILODID, 19, was lethargic in the earlier rounds as she looked drained and had to dig deep to force her way into the final. The teenage sensation emerged reenergised and refocused in the final block as she was a comfortable winner over Japan’s latest -48kg project KOGA. A waza-ari score from a makikomi effort was the difference for BILODID who was applauded and celebrated by the capacity crowd. The stock of the 18-year-old Japanese prospect will skyrocket after taking silver in her first Paris Grand Slam but it sends her country back to the drawing board, as they’re yet to find a player who can defeat BILODID with only several months to go before the Games.


In the first semi-final BILODID survived a nervy battle against Tel Aviv Grand Prix silver medallist Shirine BOUKLI (FRA) who forced the Ukrainian wonderkid into golden score. BILODID showed her character by staying with the task in hand and never folded with the crowd and a new contender against her as she produced the one and only score of the absorbing contest after four minutes of additional time.


In the second semi-final Tel Aviv Grand Prix bronze medallist Melanie CLEMENT (FRA) slipped to defeat against teenage contender KOGA who countered the home judoka on the edge of the area for a waza-ari score and held down her opponent for 15 seconds to negotiate her way into the final.

The first bronze medal contest saw CLEMENT throw Brasilia Grand Slam bronze medallist Laura MARTINEZ ABELENDA (ESP) for ippon after just 50 seconds to earn the hosts their first medal of the competition.

The second bronze medal contest opposed BOUKLI and former world champion MUNKHBAT Urantsetseg (MGL) in a first-time meeting between the two and unsurprisingly the veteran Mongolian prevailed with a trademark juji-gatame for ippon.

Final
KOGA, Wakana (JPN) vs BILODID, Daria (UKR)

Bronze Medal Fights
CLEMENT, Melanie (FRA) vs MARTINEZ ABELENDA, Laura (ESP)
BOUKLI, Shirine (FRA) vs MUNKHBAT, Urantsetseg (MGL)

Final Results
1. BILODID, Daria (UKR)
2. KOGA, Wakana (JPN)
3. CLEMENT, Melanie (FRA)
3. MUNKHBAT, Urantsetseg (MGL)
5. MARTINEZ ABELENDA, Laura (ESP)
5. BOUKLI, Shirine (FRA)
7. KANG, Yujeong (KOR)
7. RISHONY, Shira (ISR)

Source IJF – International Judo Federation. Pictures Cees de Haan. Watch for More: Grand Slam Paris 2020 Cees de Haan.

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GS Paris 2020 An - Yondonperenlei.

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GS Paris 2020 An - Kim, Final 66.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Agbegnenou Gold!

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GS Paris 2020 Agbegnenou - Nabekura, Final 63.

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GS Paris 2020 Agbegnenou - Leski.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Shmailov - Zantaraia.

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GS Paris 2020 Shmailov - Zantaraia, QF 66.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Shmailov - Yondonperenlei, Final Bronze 66.

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GS Paris 2020 Shmailov - Yondonperenlei, Final Bronze 66.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Shmailov - Aida, The match 66 rnd 04.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Shmailov.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Kim The Match QF 60!

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Kim, QF 60.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Khyar, The match 60 rnd 03.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Nagayama.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Aibek Uulu,The match 60 rnd 02.

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GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Aibek Uulu.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Abuladze, Final 60!

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GS Paris 2020 Nagayama - Abuladze.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Mendes - Pelim, The Match 60 rnd 01.

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GS Paris 2020 Mendes - Pelim, 60 rnd 01.

16/02/2020

GS Paris 2020 Kim - Smetov, The Match Final Bronze 60!

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