Stéphane Nomis Judoka
Stéphane Nomis
Stéphane Nomis
Country: France | Born: 23 October 1970 (50 years)
French judoka Stéphane Nomis won the Swiss Open in Basel in 1996 and Polish Open in Warsaw in 1998. He became FFFD President in 2020. He was co founder of and founder and CEO of Ippon Technologies who, trained as a high performance judoka at INSEP from 1990 to 1999 and was part of the French national team under the direction of René Rambier at the French Federation of Judo. He trained with French stars such as David Douillet, Djamel Bouras and Larbi Benboudaoud.
Judo results
Date Result Judo event Type Cat.  
05/04/1998 7 Dutch Open 's-Hertogenbosch WCup U81
15/03/1998 1 Polish Open Warsaw WCup U81
08/02/1998 3 Tournoi de Paris WCup U81
30/11/1997 2 French Championships Paris NC U81
08/11/1997 3 Sungkop Tournament Seoul IT U86
26/10/1997 2 European Team Championships Rome ETC U86
24/06/1997 2 Mediterranean Games Bari MG U86
11/05/1997 5 European Championships Oostende ECh U86
23/03/1997 5 Grand Prix Città di Roma WCup U86
23/02/1997 2 World Masters Munich WCup U86
16/02/1997 3 ASKO World Tournament Leonding WCup U86
08/12/1996 1 Swiss International Basel WCup U86
03/11/1996 2 French Championships Paris NC U86
05/11/1995 2 French Championships Paris NC U86
09/04/1994 2 British Open Birmingham IT U86
05/02/1994 1 Belgian Open Championships Visé IT U86
13/06/1993 1 French Championships 2. Division NC U86