• Craig Fallon Judoka

    Craig Fallon

    Craig Fallon

    • Country:Great Britain
    • Born:18 December 1982
    • Passed away:15 July 2019 (36 years)
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    Judoka Craig Fallon became World Champion in Cairo in 2005. He won silver in 2003 in Osaka, in that year he also won silver at the European Championships. But he took the European title in 2006 in Tampere. In 2004 he was European U23 Champion and participated at the Olympic Games in 2004 and 2008. He was coached by Fitzroy Davies. He was a judo coach himself for two years in Voralberg in (West) Austria and was appointed as coach in Wales in March 2019 but died in July 2019.

    Competitions - Medal overview B S G

    • World Championships
    • 011
    • Continental Championships
    • 011
    • World Cups/Continental Open
    • 107
    • Continental Championships U23
    • 001
    • Continental Championships Juniors
    • 010
    • European Cup Seniors
    • 201
    • European Cup Juniors
    • 002
    • International Tournaments
    • 3111
    • National Championships Seniors
    • 103
    • National Championships Juniors
    • 100

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