Olympic Games Sydney - Event

Olympic Games Sydney

  • Date: 16 Sep 2000 - 22 Sep 2000
  • Place: Sydney, Australia
  • Type: Olympic Games
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Nicolas Gill (2)

Nicolas Gill positive about Panam Championships in Canada

23 Apr 2015 21:25

One for the Panam Championships and one day for his 43rd birthday Nicolas Gill's team Canada is in a good shape. Gill reached heights in his sport that no one from Canada had seen. Olympian four times. Medalist twice. Opening ceremonies flag-bearer in 2004. So when Nicolas Gill says that Canadian judo is the best it’s been in a long time, those words carry a lot of weight. Read more

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Hector Lombard wants to return in judo for Australia

3 Apr 2015 14:55

Hector Lombard recently accouned he wants to come back in judo, for Australia at the 2016 Olympic Games. It looked like a rumour but it isn't and Lombard returned his thoughts to 100judo.com Read more

Isabel fernandez SP

Spanish judo legend Isabel Fernandez in Olympic Committee

27 Dec 2014 13:25

The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) has appointed Olympic Champion Isabel Fernández as its vice-president, after the proposal of President Alejandro Blanco. Fernández was crowned Olympic champion of Sydney 2000 in the U57 kilogram category, four years after winning a bronze medal at Atlanta 1996 in the under 56kg. Read more

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Throwback to a controversial win Douillet vs Shinohara

22 Sep 2000 22:45

One became Minister of Sports, the other TV celeb, the final of the Sydney Olympic Games between David Douillet of France and Shinichi Shinohara was a legendary and controversial match. Exactly 15 years later JudoInside looks back to that day at 22 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more

OS 2000 Kosei Inoue of the tatami

Throwback to one of the most beautiful ippons ever

21 Sep 2000 22:30

There was never any doubt from the moment that Kosei Inoue stepped off the mat at 21 September 2000 in Sydney, 18 seconds after his first contest had begun, that Kosei Inoue of Japan would dominate the limelight on this special day of the 2000 Sydney Judo competition. JudoInside was with Inoue in a closed area just in advance of the press conference to share some magic moments of that day. In my imagination Inoue launched one of the most beautiful ippons ever. We look back to 21 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more