European Championships U23 Bratislava - Event

European Championships U23 Bratislava

  • Date: 13 Nov 2015 - 15 Nov 2015
  • Place: Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Type: European U23 Championships
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Judo in the time of Covid-19: Amy Livesey

25 May 2020 08:45

Amy Livesey comes from a judo family with sister Bekky and brother Owen. She’s been all around the world but the Olympic Games are still a dream. Lots of competition for the Livesey’s and in this time of period you can only qualify to stay safe. Oon Yeoh of JudoCrazy asked Amy Livesey how the European U23 Champion of 2015 is dealing with the circumstances these days. Read more

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Russia and Germany add gold to medal victory

15 Nov 2015 16:50

Russia and Germany have again showed they are good in the age category U23 at the European Championships held in Bratislava. Both nations won three gold medals and both nations added a gold medal at the last day of the championships. Read more

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Amazing judo at European U23 Championships in Bratislava

14 Nov 2015 17:30

A great surprise win today by Anthony Zingg, a historic victory for Amy Livesey and a smashing point by number one Lappinagov and dominance by Hungarian Szabina Gercsak is about the story of today at the European U23 Championships in Bratislava. Read more

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Tokyo generation announces ambitions with gold

14 Nov 2015 09:30

For the first time in the Serbian history they welcomed a European U23 Champion. Since 2010 Serbia had a European Champion in one of the age categories. Milica Nikolic is her name and for the insiders no surprise. She is hard to fight and despite her 20 years she has the experience. Last year she finished seventh, but this time she won all her four contests. Read more

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European U23 champions analysed by age

12 Nov 2015 17:15

What is the best age to become European U23 champion? In this age categories most of the medal winners already have senior experience. In the women they have a more solid position compared to the men at the same age where the competition is tougher. Read more