27th Summer Universiade in Kazan,

July 6-17 2013

Judo. Results of tournament

The judo competitions ended on July 11 at the 27th World Summer University Games


Universiade. Day 6. Judo. © RIA Novosti

Over the course of five days, 415 athletes from 66 countries battled in eight weight classes and the team event, competing for 18 medal events.
In the women's light heavyweight division, Hungary's Abigel Joo was the champion. Madeleine Malonga of France finished second, and in third place were Mami Umeki of Japan and Park Jong-Won of South Korea.

In the men's light heavyweight division, the Czech Republic's Lukas Krpalek won gold, besting silver medallist Zafar Makhmadov of Russia. Bronze medals were awarded to Uzbekistan's Soyib Kurbonov and Brazil's Rafael Buzacarini.

The winner of the women's heavyweight division was Brazil's Rochele Nunes, and in second was Cuba's Idalys Ortiz. The bronze medallists were Ukrainian Maryna Slutskaya and Russian Maria Shekerova.

Hungarian Barna Bor won gold in the men's heavyweight division, Cho Gu-Ham of South Korea won the silver, and third place was occupied by Kyrgyzstan's Looney Krakovetsky and Estonia's Johan Metis.


Universiade. Day 3. Judo. © RIA Novosti

In the women's welterweight division, Maelle Di Cintio of France finished ahead of silver medallist Kayoko Sano of Japan and bronze medallists Marta Labazina of Russia and Kathrin Unterwurzacher of Austria.

Uzbekistan's Yakhio Imamov won the men's welterweight division. Second was Japan's Takanori Nagase, and both Mammadali Mehdiev of Azerbaijan and Laszlo Choknyai of Hungary got bronze medals.

Hwang Ye-Sul of South Korea took the gold in the women's middleweight division. In second was China's Zhao Jia, while France's Fanny Estel Posvite and Cuba's Onix Cortes each captured a bronze.

The winner of the men's middleweight division gold medal was Janchivdorj Bunddorj of Mongolia. Gwak Dong-Han of South Korea was second, while Russian Kirill Voprosov and Czech Alexandr Jurecka were third.


Universiade. Day 6. Judo. © RIA Novosti

In the women's featherweight division, the gold went to Natalia Kuzyutina of Russia, the silver to Cuba's Yanet Bermoy and the bronze to Germany's Romy Tarangul and Japan's Ai Shishime.

Taking the crown in the men's featherweight division was Japan's Tomofumi Takajo. Cho Jun-Hyun of South Korea was second. Russia's Yakub Shamilov and Ukraine's Artem Kharchenko won bronze.

In the women's lightweight division, Ketleyn Quadros of Brazil bested all challengers, leaving the silver to Ukraine's Shushana Hevondian and the bronze to Poland's Agatha Perench and Japan's Shoko Ono.

Wang Ki-Chun of South Korea won the men's lightweight division. Frenchman Jonathan Allardon was second. Portugal's André Alves and Japan's Yuki Nishiyama came in third.

Alesia Kuznetsova of Russia was the women's bantamweight gold medallist. Finishing in second place was Scarlett Gabrielli of France. Third place went to Poland's Eve Konecny and Ukraine's Maryna Chernyak.


Universiade. Day 5. Judo. © RIA Novosti

In the men's bantamweight division, Japan's Shinji Kido stood atop the medal podium. Arsen Galstyan of Russia picked up the silver, and the bronze went to Kim Won-Jin of South Korea and Pavel Petrikov of the Czech Republic.

Cuban Idalys Ortiz won the women's open division over Brazil's Rochele Nunes, the silver medallist. The bronze was awarded to Ukraine's Yelyzaveta Kalanina and Japan's Manami Inoue.

In the same discipline on the men's side, the Czech Republic's Lukas Krpalek prevailed over second-place finisher Masaru Momose of Japan. The winners of the bronze were David Silva of Brazil and  Kim Sung-Min of South Korea.

The winner of the women's team event was South Korea. Second place was held by Poland, and the bronze medallists were the teams from Russia and France.
The men's team competition was won by Japan. South Korea took second, and third place was shared by Russia and Hungary.

Media Department of Kazan 2013 Executive Directorate