Céline Lebrun Judoka

Céline Lebrun

Céline Lebrun

  • Country:France
  • Born:25 August 1976 (43 years)
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Céline Lebrun is 2000 Olympic finallist U78kg and 2001 World Champion. She won four World medals and 5 times European Champion 1999-2005. 9 TIVP medals 1997-2009 and six titles a the Tournoi de Paris. Céline Lebrun (FRA) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors U78kg in 2009 and 2010.
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Report of the European Championships 2001 in Paris Day 1

18 May 2001 20:05

Exactly 50 years since the first European championships, the tournament returned to it's first home in the romantic city of Paris in France. And romance was on the menu on the opening day of the tournament as Ulla Werbrouck made the headlines by winning her seventh European title. Read more

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Report of the Tournoi de Paris 2001 Day 2

11 Feb 2001 19:30

The Second of the Tournoi de Paris 2001 delivered three gold medals for France and Japan again won two titles. Belgiums Ulla Werbrouck won the women U70kg weight class. Read more

WK 2001 Sara Nichilo-Rosso

France wins the double at European team Championships in Aalst

19 Nov 2000 19:50

There were no surprises in the finals of the most recent European Team Championships for Men and Women held in the town of Aalst in Belgium. The Belgian Judo Federation had gone to great lengths to ensure that the ultimate stadium layout had been created along side the excellent organisation of the event. A tiered series of seating for the Officials and VIP's ensured that referees and media teams were all on one side of the fighting area thus allowing spectators clear viewing from the other three. All medal fights were directly broadcast live on Belgian TV. Read more

OS 2000 Kosei Inoue of the tatami

Throwback to one of the most beautiful ippons ever

21 Sep 2000 22:30

There was never any doubt from the moment that Kosei Inoue stepped off the mat at 21 September 2000 in Sydney, 18 seconds after his first contest had begun, that Kosei Inoue of Japan would dominate the limelight on this special day of the 2000 Sydney Judo competition. JudoInside was with Inoue in a closed area just in advance of the press conference to share some magic moments of that day. In my imagination Inoue launched one of the most beautiful ippons ever. We look back to 21 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more

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Report of the European Championships 2000 in Wroclaw Day 1

20 May 2000 18:55

At the end of a gruelling contest the buzzer sounded; Karina Bryant wheeled around to the photographers and punched the air; she was European champion again. Bryant's gold topped off an outstanding championship for the women's team who plundered another three silvers to finish second behind the French women. But for the odd contentious referee's decision they could even have swaggered home with four golds. Read more

Result City Date
2Baku2011
1the world2010
2Orleans2010
5Tokyo2010
7Tokyo2010

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