Grand Prix The Hague - Event

Grand Prix The Hague

  • Date: 16 Nov 2018 - 18 Nov 2018
  • Place: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Type: Grand Prix
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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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The Hague’s 14 gold medals are claimed by 12 countries

20 Nov 2018 11:45

Serbia, Israel and Belarus added to their names to the list of winners on Sunday in the Netherlands as Russia and Ukraine were the only countries to win more than one title in The Hague. Read more

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Peter Paltchik wins back-to-back IJF gold

19 Nov 2018 11:40

Peter Paltchik of Israel took U100kg gold to extend his winning run to nine consecutive contests on the IJF World Judo Tour. Abu Dhabi Grand Slam winner Paltchik has excelled this year and moved closer to the leading judoka in the category with a blistering display on Sunday. World number 36 Sviryd claimed his first IJF medal despite going over after 89 seconds of golden score from a seoi-nage before both men shared a lengthy embrace. Read more

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Heavyweight Yakiv Khammo back to his best level

19 Nov 2018 10:55

Former World Championships bronze medallist Yakiv Khammo (UKR) ruled the men’s heavyweight category as he defeated world number 39 Vladut Simionescu (ROU) in the last contest of The Hague Grand Prix 2018. Khammo won his third Grand Prix title and his first IJF gold since the Baku Grand Slam in 2016. Read more

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Aleksandar Kukolj defeats world champion Sherazadishvili in The Hague final

18 Nov 2018 21:40

Serbian technician Aleksandar Kukolj had the measure of world champion Nikoloz Sherazadishvili of Spain in the U90kg category as the anticipated and mouthwatering final lived up to its expectations. Ekaterinburg Grand Slam winner Kukolj needed only 39 seconds to defeat the owner of the red backpatch at U90kg by ippon from a low seoi-otoshi. Read more