Luise Malzahn Judoka

Luise Malzahn

Luise Malzahn

  • Country:Germany
  • Born:9 June 1990 (27 years)
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German Luise Malzahn belongs to the world class athletes U78kg. Malzahn won World Chs bronze in 2015 in Astana. She won two European medals and multiple German titles similar to her sister Claudia. Junior World medal in 2009 but the senior medal and Olympic medal are yet to achieve. Club: SV Halle. She finished fifth at the Olympic Games in Rio. She made her comeback and captured a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2017. She captured bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017.
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Mayra Aguiar is back as Olympic medal favourite in Rio

7 Feb 2016 18:30

They are enemies, they are colleagues, they are winners, but one had to lose today, they met 15 times and they are the best. Mayra Aguiar and Kayla Harrison showed that the weight category U78kg is the only category where Pan America can really dominate. Don’t say it too loud in Japan, but World Champion Umeki Mami was out quickly, or don’t say it too loud U48kg where Paula Pareto is World Champion and Sarah Menezes is the current Olympic Champion. Read more

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Hungry Abigel Joo climbs back to the top

24 Jan 2016 23:35

Abigel Joo was one of the super athletes at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, in the final phase the injured her knee and finished fifth, but the skills and grace of Joo were on the map since then. Four years later she seems to mingle among the best. The four years in between have given her an insight in herself, coming back from the injury, a mental dip and now crawling back to the world top. Read more

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New World Ranking deliver new runners-up

12 Oct 2015 15:00

In the latest edition of the IJF World Ranking some small changes in the top. In the category +100kg Japanese heavyweight Ryu Shichinohe climed to the second place behind leader Teddy Riner. Last week Hungarian Barna Bor was second, Bor is now ranked fourth behind Faicel Jaballah (TUN). The second best behind Kayla Harrison (USA) in the category U78kg is now Luise Malzahn. Read more

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Japan women take the team world title

30 Aug 2015 15:00

The Japanese women have won the world title for teams. In the final the Japanese dominated the team of Poland. For Poland the best ever performance and a miracle to get that far. The Japanese women however were much too strong. The Japanese won by 5-0, although Katarzyna Klys gave a good match and kept the match at 0-0 but with one penalty behind against Chizuru Arai. Daria Pogorzelec couldn’t hold Kanae Yamabe and lost the last match in 25 seconds, 5-0 to Japan. The final team consisted of Misato Nakamura, Anzu Yamamoto who hadn’t competed in the individual tournament U57kg, Miku Tashiro U63 and Arai and Yamabe as last two weight categories. Read more

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Mami Umeki youngest World Champion of 2015

28 Aug 2015 16:00

Japanese Umeki Mami won the world title for Japan for women U78kg. An absolute sensation at a sensational day. Umeki also became the youngest winner of the tournament so far with just 20 years of age. The last final of the day opposed Umeki Slovenian Ana Velensek. Would Velensek be able to imitate her teammate Tina Trstenjak from the U63kg weight category or was Japan able to win a fifth gold medal this event. Umeki gave the answer to that question. Read more

Result City Date
3The Hague2017
7Abu Dhabi2017
1Bottrop2017
3Zagreb2017
5Rio de Janeiro2016

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