Kengo Takaichi Judoka

Kengo Takaichi

Kengo Takaichi

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:6 April 1993 (24 years)
  • Popularity
Kengo Takaichi won his first Grand Prix in 2014 in Budapest and followed up in Dusseldorf in 2015 U66kg. He finished 5th at the Worlds in 2014 but won the Team World title with Japan. Takaichi won the All Japanese title in 2014. Competed with Masashi Ebinuma for the Olympic Games. He won the IJF Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2016.
20161006_Tashkent_JW_Kengo Takaichi

Takaichi Kengo untouchable for competitors in Tashkent

6 Oct 2016 21:30

Takaichi Kengo of Japan won U66kg gold for Japan at the Grand Prix of Tashkent with a determined display on day one. Takaichi, 23, who was behind Ebinuma Masashi in the domestic pecking order in the race for Rio, looks poised to be in a battle with boy wonder Abe Hifumi on the road to Tokyo 2020. Read more

2016_Tashkent_JudoHeroes

Small participants field in Tashkent but quality still high

5 Oct 2016 19:30

The male judoka in Uzbekistan have always been much more important in history, Armen Bagdasarov was one of the first with a huge success as vice Olympic champion in 1996. Read more

20140912_Zagreb_PAISCHER Ludwig (AUT) - KABA Ahmet (TUR)6

World and Olympic champions grace Oberwart history

10 Feb 2016 09:30

This weekend the European Open will be held for men in Oberwart and women in Rome. The tournament in Oberwart has a rich history starting in Leonding in the eighties, to Vienna in the zeros and since 2011 in Oberwart. Read more

20151204_TokyoGS_action1_Tomofumi Takajo

Takajo Tomofumi outsmarts Ebinuma Masashi in Tokyo final

4 Dec 2015 10:25

For the third time in his career Takajo Tomofumi was awarded with the gold medal and trophy for the victory at the Grand Slam in Tokyo. Although World Champion Ebinuma Masashi was aiming for the golden ippon, it was Takato who was much more efficient in the final U66kg. Read more

Nijat Shikhalizada AZE

Azerbaijan and Japan take double gold in Qingdao

20 Nov 2015 15:45

Japan and Azerbaijan have had an outstanding start of the 2015 Grand Prix in Qingdao. Both nations took two victories, Azerbaijan in the men’s division and Japan won two gold medals in the women. Mongolia’s Number one Sumiya Dorjsuren took the gold for women U57kg. Read more

Result City Date
5Hohhot30 Jun
2Fukuoka1 Apr
1Tashkent2016
1Amagasaki2016
5Düsseldorf2016

Judo birthday