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In 1988 Suzanne Williams became Olympic Judo Champion for Australia and Julie Reardon won bronze. But since the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games judo became more popular with bronze for Mária Pékli. Since 2000 Pekli, Daniel Kelly and Cathérine Arlove represented Australia at multple Olympics. New talents such as Joshua and Nathan Katz, Jake Bensted and Katharina Haecker give Australian judo a good outlook for future success. In Oceania Australia dominates the judo medal tables.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Suzanne Williams 4 3 1
Gavin Kelly 4 4 7
Daniel Kelly 7 2 0
Cathérine Arlove 7 1 1
Carly Dixon 5 4 1
Last 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Katharina Haecker 0 1 0
Aoife Coughlan 0 0 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 ACT International Open Canberra IT Canberra 14 Feb 2020
2 ACT International Open U18 Canberra IJFCad Canberra 14 Feb 2020
3 ACT International Open U21 Canberra IJFJun Canberra 14 Feb 2020
4 Oceania Open Perth WCup Perth 3 Nov 2019
5 Oceania Cup Cadet Perth ITCad Perth 2 Nov 2019
1.
Judo event ACT International Open Canberra
Type IT
Place Canberra
Date 14 Feb 2020
2.
Judo event ACT International Open U18 Canberra
Type IJFCad
Place Canberra
Date 14 Feb 2020
3.
Judo event ACT International Open U21 Canberra
Type IJFJun
Place Canberra
Date 14 Feb 2020
4.
Judo event Oceania Open Perth
Type WCup
Place Perth
Date 3 Nov 2019
5.
Judo event Oceania Cup Cadet Perth
Type ITCad
Place Perth
Date 2 Nov 2019
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Jake Mirabito 8 May 1994 27 years
2 Scott Heyworth 9 May 1983 38 years
3 Neil Whitehead 9 May 1972 49 years
4 Tom Bensted 11 May 1994 27 years
5 Vincent Costanzo 11 May 1991 30 years
1.
Name Jake Mirabito
Birthdate 8 May 1994
Age 27
2.
Name Scott Heyworth
Birthdate 9 May 1983
Age 38
3.
Name Neil Whitehead
Birthdate 9 May 1972
Age 49
4.
Name Tom Bensted
Birthdate 11 May 1994
Age 27
5.
Name Vincent Costanzo
Birthdate 11 May 1991
Age 30