Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir Judoka

Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir

Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:16 March 1996 (24 years)
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Mongolian talent Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir fought the World Junior Championships final in 2014 and in 2015. He won a bronze medal at the World Cadet Championships in 2013. In 2015 he was in the final of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam with great judo. He captured bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017. He won the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2018. He finished fifth at the 2018 World Championships in Baku. He took silver at the Grand Slam in Paris in 2019. He became Asian Pacific Champion in 2019.
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Papinashvili the gold U60kg Tsendochir the hugs

30 Oct 2015 16:30

European Games bronze medallist Amiran Papinashvili of Georgia pipped Junior world silver medallist Tsendochir Tsogtbaatar (MGL) in the first men’s final in Abu Dhabi. Tsendochir, 19, who won four of his five contests a week ago at the Junior World Championships, fell behind to a waza-ari before pulling back a yuko by countering a trademark pick up attempt from the Georgian. Read more

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Japanese Ryuju Nagayama grabs the World Junior title

23 Oct 2015 17:25

Mongolian talent Tsendochir Tsogtbaatar was the most established name in the U60kg category and the Ulaanbaatar Grand Prix bronze medallist progressed to the final only to meet 2011 cadet world champion Nagayama Ryuju of Japan who produced a flurry of ippons on his route to gold. Read more

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Asian juniors superior at first day in Abu Dhabi

23 Oct 2015 17:05

The power of Asian keeps increasing, in all age categories. Asia has shown its best athletes at the first day of the World Junior Championships in Abu Dhabi. With four World champions and 7 Asian finallists, Asia was unstoppable. In the end the strongest continent captured 11 medals, followed by Europe with four medals and Pan America 1. Read more

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Clean sweep U60kg for Mongolia at opening day

3 Jul 2015 14:00

The first gold medal for Mongolia was captured in the category U60kg, an expected title, but World champion Ganbat Boldbaatar (MGL) lost out to Tbilisi Grand Prix bronze medallist Dashdavaa Amartuvshin (MGL). Mongolia won won all four medals in the men’s lightest weight category, a clean sweep for the home nation. Read more

Result City Date
3Düsseldorf22 Feb
3Paris8 Feb
1Ulaanbaatar25 Jan
7Abu Dhabi2019
5Napoli2019

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