Anton Geesink Judoka
Anton Geesink
Anton Geesink
Country: Netherlands | Born: 6 April 1934 | Passed away: 27 August 2010 (76 years)
Judoka Anton Geesink was one of the most legendary judoka every in history. He won the first Olympic title in 1964 as non Japanese fighter. Triple World Champion 1961-1965 and an amazing record of 21 European titles. IOC member, Hall of famer of the IJF and 10th Dan. Geesink passed away in 2010.
Judo videos
24 Jun 2021
Favourite throws of the 1964 Olympic Games
1 Jan 1983
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Jan DE WAAL (NED)
1 Apr 1966
Theo KLEIN (NED) - Willem RUSKA (NED)
23 Mar 1966
1966: Anton Geesink (NED) - Jacques Barthes (FRA)
22 Oct 1965
Anton GEESINK (NED) @ World Championships Rio de Janeiro 1965
30 May 1965
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Peter SNIJDERS (NED) @ Dutch All Categories Amersfoort 1965
2 May 1965
Anton GEESINK (NED) @ Dutch Championships Utrecht 1965
26 Oct 1964
Anton GEESINK (NED) @ Olympic Games Tokyo 1964
20 Oct 1964
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Theodore BORONOVSKIS (AUS) @ Olympic Games Tokyo 1964
1 Jul 1962
Anton GEESINK (NED)
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Akio KAMINAGA (JPN) @ World Championships Paris 1961
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Dimitar SIJAN (YUG) @ World Championships Paris 1961
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Hitoshi KOGA (JPN) @ World Championships Paris 1961
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Hitoshi KOGA (JPN) @ World Championships Paris 1961
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Michel BOURGOIN (FRA) @ World Championships Paris 1961
2 Dec 1961
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Koji SONE (JPN) @ World Championships Paris 1961
13 May 1960
Henny VAN TERGOUW (NED) - Anton GEESINK (NED) @ European Championships Amsterdam 1960
10 Nov 1957
1957: European Championships in Rotterdam (NED)
8 Nov 1957
Daniel OUTELET (BEL) - Walter REITER (GER)
3 May 1956
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Yoshihiko YOSHIMATSU (JPN) @ World Championships Tokyo 1956
3 May 1956
Anton GEESINK (NED) - Vincent TAMURA (USA) @ World Championships Tokyo 1956
Jan DE WAAL (NED) - Anton GEESINK (NED) @ Dutch Kyu Championships Groningen 1956
1984 All Japan Championships: Yasuhiro Yamashita and Hitoshi Saito
Anton GEESINK (NED)
Koos BONTE (NED) - Joop WORMS (NED)