Srdjan Mrvaljevic Judoka

Srdjan Mrvaljevic

Srdjan Mrvaljevic

  • Country:Montenegro
  • Born:16 May 1984 (36 years)
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Srdjan Mrvaljevic of Montenegro won a silver medal at the 2011 World Championships against Kim Jae-Bum. Born and living in Serbia. He competed at two Olympic Games He fought the final of the European U23 Championships in 2006 in Moscow. Mrvaljevic was European Junior Champion in 2003. He won 5 World Cups. He took bronze at the Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi in 2016. He captured gold at the Balkan Championships in 2010 in Trebinje and 2003 in Belgrade.
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Group of Montenegro clubs and athletes protest heavily against current board

10 Aug 2017 17:00

The Montenegro Judo Federation have received a letter of protest signed by some of the best judoka in Montenegro. The federation is organizer of the European U23 Championships in November and will not be pleased with the pressure by their own athletes. Read more

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Sergiu Toma convinces with home gold in Abu Dhabi

29 Oct 2016 19:25

United Arab Emirates judo hero Sergiu Toma was again the man of the moment for his country as he became the first UAE judoka to win a Grand Slam and he was able to do it where it matters the most, at his home event and in front of his federation and supporters. In 2013 when Abu Dhabi was still a Grand Prix Toma and Scvortov won. Read more

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The rookies benefit if the establishment wakes up from Olympic afterparty

7 Oct 2016 23:55

Davlat Bobonov of Uzbekistan underlined his status as one of his country’s top prospects as he won gold on his Grand Prix debut in Tashkent. The 19-year-old Junior Asian champion bested 24-year-old Watanabe Hayato (JPN) who was also making his Grand Prix debut. Read more

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Small participants field in Tashkent but quality still high

5 Oct 2016 19:30

The male judoka in Uzbekistan have always been much more important in history, Armen Bagdasarov was one of the first with a huge success as vice Olympic champion in 1996. Read more

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Grand Prix Tashkent welcomes 2020 generation

5 Oct 2016 14:15

The Grand Prix of Tashkent will show us the new generation aiming for qualification for Tokyo in 2020, although that’s far away. The World Championships in Budapest or European Championships in Warsaw next year are more realistic targets. Read more

Result City Date
7Luxembourg2019
5Cancun2017
3Belgrade2016
3Abu Dhabi2016
3Tashkent2016

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