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Mongolia Wins One Gold and Two Bronze in World Judo Masters

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Eleven best judo players represented Mongolia successfully in World Judo Masters, run in Baku, Azerbaijan on January 15-16, 2011.


Mongolia ranked the sixth place out of 41 countries with one gold, two bronze medals and in individual category three judokas gets fifth places at the tournament.

Japan took first place in overall title with three gold, five silver, six bronze medals and followed by France (3 gold, 1silver medals) and Azerbaijan (2 gold, 2 bronze medals).

 

In men’s 66kg weight category, Kh,Tsagaanbaatar, top ranking 66kg wrestlers, bagged gold medal and US$6,000 cash prize when he defeated Rok Draksic from Slovenia by ippon at the gold medal’s match. Azerbaijan’s Tarlan Karimov and Sugoi Uriarte from Spain shared the bronze medals in the event S.Myaragchaa lost his opening match to silver medalist of World Championship Sugoi Uriarte by yuko score in the men’s 66kg event.

In addition, Myaragchaa took the gold medal in World Masters 2010.

B.Temuulen grabbed bronze medal with US$ 2,000 cash prize when he defeated Elmar Gasimov from Azerbaijan in men’s -100kg semifinal.

 

Sergey Samoylovich and Tagir Khaybulaev both from Russia snatched up gold and silver medals in the men’s -100kg weight category M.Bundmaa won women’s 52kg weight category bronze medal match by overpowering Ana Carrascosa from Spain by wazari score.

Misato Nakamura and Yuka Nishida both from Japan received gold and silver medals in the women’s event.

In men’s 60kg weight division, Ch.Boldbaatar took fifth place who overpowered Felipe Kitadai from Brazil in his first match and after then he had been beaten by Russian World Championship’s bronze medalist Arsen Galstyan by yuko score.

 

Gold medal was secured by Rishod Sobirov from Uzbekistan; silver medal went to Arsen Galstyan; Russian Beslan Mudranov and Ilgar Mushkiyev from Azerbaijan shared the bronze medals in that event.

Mongolian G.Boldbaatar and D.Tumurkhuleg lost their opening matches in the men’s 60kg weight event.

S.Nyam-Ochir placed the fifth; he had been beaten by World Championship’s bronze medalist Mansur Isaev from Russia in men’s 73kg weight event. Gold medal went to Wang, Ki-Chun from South Korea.

In women’s 48kg weight class, M.Urantsetseg took fifth place to win Amerli Rosseneu from Belgium. Haruna Asami and Emi Yamagishi both from Japan won gold and silver medals in that event.

A total of 110 men and 96 women selected judokas from 41 countries competed in the World Masters 2011.

 

Written by Kh.Ganchimeg   

 

 

January 18, 2011

Source: ubpost.mongolnews.mn

02.02.2011


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