Ramziddin Sayidov Judoka

Ramziddin Sayidov

Ramziddin Sayidov

  • Country:Uzbekistan
  • Born:14 April 1982 (38 years)
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Ramziddin Sayidov finished fifth at the Olympic Games in London in 2012. The Uzbek judoka won World Military medals and the Asian title in 2011 and 2012. He won the Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi in 2010 and World Cup in Tashkent in 2011. He won his first Grand Slam in 2012 in Moscow. Ramziddin Sayidov (UZB) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors U100kg in 2013. After his career he became an IJF referee and officiated many IJF World Tour events including finals.

Female IJF referees top the rankings in 2019

19 Dec 2019 14:15

Korean Hyun Sook-Hee is the IJF Referee with the most events this year in the IJF World Tour including the World Championships. It is an appreciation of a female referee being invited so many times. The 1996 Olympic finallist U52kg at the Games in Atlanta, has a good understanding how judo should be interpreted and has an average rating of 7.5 in the Referee list. Read more


Uzbek Olympian Ramziddin Sayidov completes transition to referee

7 Oct 2017 17:05

Former U100kg judoka Ramziddin Sayidov, 35, finished fifth at the London 2012 Olympics and won Grand Prix, Grand Slam and Asian Championships gold during his 12-year run at the international level. Read more

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Egypt remains historically strong U100kg, gold for Ramadan Darwish

18 Oct 2014 17:00

Tashkent's final of the men’s U100kg opposed the winner of the first edition of the Havana Grand Prix this year, Toma Nikiforov of Belgium and the bronze medallist of last week at the Astana Grand Prix, Ramadan Darwish (EGY). None of the two athletes were really able to show something interesting until the very last seconds of the fight when Ramadan Darwish scored a yuko, giving him the first place. Read more

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Maxim Rakov defeats Azerbaijan's world champion Mammadov

11 May 2014 17:50

At the Grand Slam in Baku, former world champion Maxim RAKOV (KAZ) defeated reigning world title winner Elkhan MAMMADOV (AZE) in a dramatic contest which captivated the home crowd. As MAMMADOV entered the arena his fans erupted with a chant of his name as RAKOV looked to dethrone Azerbaijan’s leading man having himself won world gold in 2009. The rivals traded shido penalties in a lethargic contest which was settled in golden score when the home fighter received his fourth shido for passivity. Read more

Result City Date
9Tel Aviv25 Jan
9Abu Dhabi2019

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