Joachim Bottieau Judoka

Joachim Bottieau

Joachim Bottieau

  • Country:Belgium
  • Born:20 March 1989 (30 years)
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Belgian judoka Joachim Bottieau won European bronze in 2012 and 2013. He won World Cups in Sao Paolo (2011) and Bucharest (2013-2017) and won the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2015 and 2016. Joachim comes from a true judo family in Belgium. He is five time Belgian champion. In total he calied 13 World Cup medals. He won two bronze medals at the Junior European Championships and two U23 Euro medals. He competed at six World Championships and two Olympics. Due to injuries he retired in August 2019.
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Injuries force Joachim Bottieau to retire before Tokyo worlds

8 Aug 2019 14:50

Belgian judoka Joachim Bottieau will retire with immediate effect due to injuries. Bottieau fought U81kg with some of the best players and competed at the Olympic Games in 2012 and 2016. In 2016 he won the World Masters in Guadalajara in the final against Travis Stevens who later won Olympic silver. Read more

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Aleksandar Kukolj defeats world champion Sherazadishvili in The Hague final

18 Nov 2018 21:40

Serbian technician Aleksandar Kukolj had the measure of world champion Nikoloz Sherazadishvili of Spain in the U90kg category as the anticipated and mouthwatering final lived up to its expectations. Ekaterinburg Grand Slam winner Kukolj needed only 39 seconds to defeat the owner of the red backpatch at U90kg by ippon from a low seoi-otoshi. Read more

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Khusen Khalmurzaev takes gold, brother Khasan bronze

11 Mar 2018 18:05

After the defeat of the current Olympic Champion, Khasan Khalmurzaev, on Saturday in U81kg of the Grand Prix in Agadir, the hecatomb continued for international title holders as current world champion, Nemanja Majdov of Serbia, was defeated in the semifinal by Ciril Grossklaus (SUI). Read more

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Bernadette Graf celebrates comeback with gold U78kg

4 Jun 2017 17:25

The two favourite Romanian athletes for the European Open in Bucharest met the expectations taking two gold medals. Other interesting topics were the return of Austrian Bernadett Graf who started in the U70kg category and was immediately successful with gold and a victory against European Champion Audrey Tcheumeo. Most likely she is still the best option U70kg. Read more

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Rio2016 Olympic Judo Preview men U81kg

8 Aug 2016 23:55

For many people Avtandili Tchrikishvili is the undisputed favourite for the Olympic title. However, for others, Takanori Nagase is the man to beat. If you’re from Pan America, maybe Stevens or Valois-Fortier is your pick. Athletes from all over the world can win in Rio. The U81kg category will take place on 9 August and will definitely be fantastic. It’s the category with the most participants amongst the events. Here only the top men will battle, like the World Championships in Astana, with Nagase winning over 76 other men. Read more

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Result City Date
2Cluj2 Jun
5Düsseldorf22 Feb
1Tergnier27 Jan
5The Hague2018
1Antwerp2018

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