Juul Franssen Judoka

Juul Franssen

Juul Franssen

  • Country:Netherlands
  • Born:18 January 1990 (30 years)
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Juul Franssen won bronze at the World Championships in Tokyo in 2019 and in Baku in 2018. She took gold at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017. She won the Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2016 and 2018. She won European Championships in three age categories U17 (2006), U20 (2008) and U23 (2012 and 2013). Franssen took silver at the Grand Slam of Paris in 2015. Franssen more than 15 World Cup medals including 5 gold medals. In 2019 she claimed a bronze medal at the Grand Slam in Baku.

Tina Trstenjak first World Champion for Slovenia

27 Aug 2015 14:15

Slovenian Tina Trstenjak is the world champion for the next two years. Trstenjak defeated Clarisse Agbegnenou of France in the final for women U63kg. It’s for the first time in history that Slovenia celebrates a world champion. The podium looks quite similar to last year with Tashiro Miku at bronze and Munkhzaya Tsedevsuren who won the bronze for Mongolia in a direct match against last year’s bronze medallist Yarden Gerbi of Israel. Read more

Gerbi vs Agbegnenou

Semi finals women U63kg with red backnumber at stake

27 Aug 2015 12:40

Just one surprise in the semi finals for women U63kg at the World Championships in Astana. Dutch Juul Franssen wasn’t expected to win her pool where Kathrin Unterwurzacher was kicked out after two matches by Croatian Marijana Miskovic. The lady from Split lost to Franssen who personally sent Alice Schlesinger back with empty hands. Then she bested Rizlein Zouak who had perhaps the biggest sensation by knocking out European Games winner Martyna Trajdos in her first match. Read more


German Martyna Trajdos surprises the top four of the world

26 Jun 2015 17:10

An amazing result today at the European Games for Martyna Trajdos of Germany. A fourth medal for Germany, but this time a gold. The funny face from Hamburg, now living in Cologne defeated favourite Tina Trstenjak in the final for women U63kg. Read more

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Top four of the world U63kg present at Baku Games

23 Jun 2015 14:05

The European Games will show some great judo at the second day. The women’s U63kg is a European category with Clarisse Agbegnenou and Yarden Gerbi as the world’s numbers one and two listed. Not just them but also Tina Trstenjak and Kathrin Unterwurzacher are ranked three and four. It’s clear that Baku and all fans can look forward to great judo. A good Yarden Gerbi is capable to regain the title, she has the throw, she has the experience and the motivation for this inaugural Games. Read more

Result City Date
7The Hague2018

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