Kokoro Kageura Judoka

Kokoro Kageura

Kokoro Kageura

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:6 December 1995 (24 years)
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Judoka from Japan Kageura Kokoro won the Grand Slam of Paris in 2018. He won the Grand Prix in Budapest. He took silver at the Grand Slam in Tokyo in 2016 and bronze in 2017 and 2018. In 2017 he won the Grand Prix Düsseldorf. Kageura was Asian champion in 2016 and took bronze at the Kodokan Cup. He took a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Paris in 2019 and silver in 2020. He captured a silver medal at the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2019. World Mixed team gold in Tokyo in 2019.
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Gviniashvili defeats Khalmurzaev in super final U90kg

26 Feb 2017 19:25

Two top level athletes were in the final of the Grand Prix: Beka Gviniashvili and Khusen Khalmurzaev. Almost a year ago both won the Grand Prix in Samsun in different weight categories; now, both competitors stepped onto the tatami at U90kg. Their last encounter was in 2012 at European Junior Championships when the Georgian won the contest. As it happened, the 2017 edition of their matchup left the judo fans as winner, as well. Read more

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Japan’s Kokoro Kageura joins Japans heavyweight candidates

26 Feb 2017 19:25

Japanese heavyweight Kageura Kokoro won the final contest of the first Grand Prix in Dusseldorf of the year as he unexpectedly defeat Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist Harasawa Hisayoshi. Read more

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Ojitani Takeshi tops Grand Slam medal podium in Tokyo

4 Dec 2016 14:15

Ojitani Takeshi gave Japan and Tokai University a second heavyweight triumph on the final day having seen his teammate Asahina Sarah win the women’s title. Ojitani, 24, also celebrated his first gold medal success at a Grand Slam and had to overcome domestic opposition to achieve it. Read more

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Naidan Tuvshinbayar still good enough for Asian title

16 Apr 2016 17:10

Mongolian judo hero Naidan Tuvshinbayar is still ambitious enough to reach new goals. For the first time in his career the 31-year Olympic champion of Beijing claimed the Asian title. At the Asian Championships in Tashkent in Uzbekistan, Naidan defeated home favourite Soyib Kurbonov in the final U100kg. Naidan won all his four matches including the semi final against strong Iranian medal hope Javad Mahjoub who finished fifth in the end. Read more

Result City Date
2Paris9 Feb
3Qingdao2019
3Osaka2019
1Tokyo2019
2Budapest2019

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