Judo in Serbia

Judo in Serbia is florishing and the new generation led by the Majdov family celebrated the European Junior title for Nemanja Majdov and bronze for brother Stefan Majdov. At senior level Jovana Rogic had won IJF World Tour medals and Dmitri Gerasimenko competed at the 2012 Olympic Games. Aleksandar Kukolj competed at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. In 2016 Nadezda Petrovic and Anja Obradovic won the European Cadet title, a new impuls for Serbian judo success. Each year the European Open in Belgrade is held as top event hosted by Serbian Judo Federation President Ivan Todorov. In 2016 the European Club Championships are held in Serbia.

Judo legends B S G

  • Nemanja Majdov
  • 111
  • Aleksandar Kukolj
  • 001
  • Milos Mijalkovic
  • 010
  • Mara Kovacevic
  • 100
  • Milica Nikolic
  • 100

Nemanja Majdov - Super star

Milica Nikolic - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Nemanja Majdov
  • 300
  • Nadezda Petrovic
  • 100
  • Bosko Borenovic
  • 100
  • Milica Zabic
  • 100

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
Serbian U18 Championships BelgradeNCadetBelgrade22 Feb 2020
Trofej Zvonko Osmajlic BelgradeNTBelgrade6 Oct 2019
Memorial Zeljko Nikolic U18 BecejITCadBecej5 Oct 2019
Serbian Championships U23 BelgradeN23Belgrade21 Sep 2019
Serbian U21 Championships BelgradeNJunBelgrade15 Jun 2019

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Svetozar Stajkovac5 Jun 199723 years
Nemanja Ruso5 Jun 199228 years
Marina Jelesic5 Jun 198832 years
Evica Jovovic5 Jun 197644 years
Jovan Mirkovic6 Jun 199129 years
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