Yulia Kazarina Judoka

Yulia Kazarina

Yulia Kazarina

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:7 October 1989 (30 years)
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Russian judoka Yulia Ryzhova won bronze at the European Championships in 2016. She fought U57kg and since 2013 U52kg. Ryzhova won two World Cups and participated at World Championships. She won silver at the Grand Slam in Tyumen in 2016. She changed her name into Yulia Kazarina after her marriage end of 2016. She won the European Cup in Saarbrücken in 2018.

European Cup in Saarbrücken useful test for top athletes

15 Jul 2018 16:30

Russia have won four gold medals at the European Cup in Saarbrücken. France, Germany and Azerbaijan all won two gold medals. The tournament is followed by a training camp where many international athletes will attend. Read more

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Ai Shishime takes second IJF World Tour gold in 2016

16 Jul 2016 17:40

Japanese World number 10 Shishime Ai won her first Grand Slam gold medal as she defeated European bronze medallist Yulia Ryzhova of Russia in the U52kg final. Shishime, who has been behind Nakamura Misato and Nishida Yuka in the Japanese pecking order, is now established as the number one candidate for Tokyo 2020 albeit at this early stage. Read more


Finals day one Judo Grand Slam Tyumen between Japan and Russia

16 Jul 2016 11:50

The Grand Slam of Tyumen has a rather poor field in all categories, with a total of 124 participants it is the worst number since 2012 in Rio, also in advance of the Olympic Games. The chance for a medal is 45%, in the women’s division even 55%. Russia and Japan dominate the Grand Slam at day one. Read more


European title for Kosovos Majlinda Kelmendi in Kazan

21 Apr 2016 18:50

Majlinda Kelmendi regained her European title in Kazan. The Kosovarian super woman defeated French Olympic medallist Priscilla Gneto in the final by ippon. In the semi final she defeated French most likely Olympian in this weight class Annabelle Euranie. 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

Result City Date
2Rio de Janeiro2018

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