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Estonia
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Judo in Estonia became popular because of Indrek Pertelson, Alexei Budolin and Martin Padar. Grigori Minaskin was judoka in Rio2016. Indrek Pertelson won two Olympic medals and current headcoach Alexei Budolin won bronze in 2000 in Sydney. Indrek Pertelson and Alexei Budolin also won two World Championships judo medals. Estonian judoka Juhan Mettis is a good heavyweight for Estonia. Each year the European Open in Tallinn is held.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Indrek Pertelson 1 3 5
Alexei Budolin 1 3 4
Martin Padar 1 1 4
Dmitri Budolin 0 0 1
Grigori Minaskin 0 0 1
Last 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Grigori Minaskin 0 0 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 Tallinn Judo Cup U21 ITJun Tallinn 8 Feb 2020
2 Tallinn Judo Cup U18 ITCad Tallinn 8 Feb 2020
3 Estonian Championships Tartu NC Tartu 18 Jan 2020
4 Estonian U18 Championships Tartu NCadet Tartu 18 Jan 2020
5 Keeraku Children's judo day Tartu ITCad Tartu 16 Nov 2019
1.
Judo event Tallinn Judo Cup U21
Type ITJun
Place Tallinn
Date 8 Feb 2020
2.
Judo event Tallinn Judo Cup U18
Type ITCad
Place Tallinn
Date 8 Feb 2020
3.
Judo event Estonian Championships Tartu
Type NC
Place Tartu
Date 18 Jan 2020
4.
Judo event Estonian U18 Championships Tartu
Type NCadet
Place Tartu
Date 18 Jan 2020
5.
Judo event Keeraku Children's judo day Tartu
Type ITCad
Place Tartu
Date 16 Nov 2019
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Risto Pintman 15 May 1983 38 years
2 Indrek Puhtla 16 May 1976 45 years
3 Erik Peet 17 May 1989 32 years
4 Sven Puusepp 20 May 1998 23 years
5 Sergei Degtjarjov 20 May 1959 62 years
1.
Name Risto Pintman
Birthdate 15 May 1983
Age 38
2.
Name Indrek Puhtla
Birthdate 16 May 1976
Age 45
3.
Name Erik Peet
Birthdate 17 May 1989
Age 32
4.
Name Sven Puusepp
Birthdate 20 May 1998
Age 23
5.
Name Sergei Degtjarjov
Birthdate 20 May 1959
Age 62