Grand Prix The Hague - Event

Grand Prix The Hague

  • Date: 17 Nov 2017 - 19 Nov 2017
  • Place: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Type: Grand Prix
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Judo in the time of Covid-19: Amber Gersjes

22 May 2020 08:25

Being a European and World Junior Champion doesn't guarantee success at the Senior level. Read Amber Gersjes’ story by Oon Yeoh of JudoCrazy. Read more

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Judo in the time of Covid-19: Aleksandar Kukolj

16 May 2020 11:40

Serbian judoka Aleksandar Kukolj became European Champion in the same year as his rival Nemanja Majdov won the World title, both unexpected, both indescribable and unique surprises for their country. It set Serbia on the Judo map. Former World number one Kukolj is a gifted technician and can concentrate until he imagines the film of the fight that is yet to come. With JudoCrazy’s Oon Yeoh Aleksandar Kukolj talks about his motivation, his academics, his rival ad his future. Read more

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The Hague Grand Prix cancelled

14 Jun 2019 13:10

The IJF have pulled back the license for the Grand Prix in The Hague due to expected financial losses for both contracted editions in 2019 and 2020. A severe loss for the Dutch Judo Association where in 2017 the city council of The Hague announced the top event in the World Tour for a period of four years. The Grand Prix was scheduled from 15-17 November. Read more

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Israel’s first World Champion Yarden Gerbi continues to inspire

22 Nov 2017 10:30

Israel’s first world judo champion and Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Yarden Gerbi of Israel was in The Hague to deliver a masterclass on Saturday and Sunday. The 28-year-old retired in October but was back on the mat in the Netherlands to teach local children some new skills and to share her remarkable story. Read more

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Roy Meyer celebrates gold with home crowd at Grand Prix The Hague

19 Nov 2017 20:20

The Netherlands dominated the last day of the Grand Prix in The Hague. With three gold medals and eight in total on Sunday it was clear that the Dutch are still a powerhouse in judo. With five gold medals over three days and twelve medals in total the Dutch have a great showcase. The Grand Prix in The Hague will for sure have more athletes next year as the organisation set a great inaugural event. Read more