Aibek Imashev Judoka

Aibek Imashev

Aibek Imashev

  • Country:Kazakhstan
  • Born:18 May 1992 (27 years)
  • Popularity
Lightweight Aibek Imashev from Kazakhstan won his first World Cup in 2014 in Prague. At the world championships in 2014 he finished 5th. He won Grand Prix medals in Almaty and Budapest and won bronze at the Grand Slam in Tyumen in 2015.
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Shinji Kido prolongs Tyumen title

18 Jul 2015 18:05

Kido Shinji op Japan successfully defended his 2014 gold medal as he beat former European bronze medallist Ashley McKenzie (GBR) in the U60kg final. World number28 McKenzie, who celebrated his 26th birthday on Friday, had never won a Grand Slam before day and needed a strong showing to book his ticket to the World Championships. Kido, All Japan Championships winner, proved his quality on the international stage once again as he submitted the British judoka with shime-waza after leading with a yuko. Read more

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Yeldos Smetov takes gold and congratulates countryman Imashev in final

13 Jun 2015 17:30

What a tremendous domination by Kazakhstan at the Judo Grand Prix of Budapest. Gold and silver for the lightweights of the host country for the forthcoming World Championships in Astana. The winner was Yeldos Smetov who defeated his compatriot Aibek Imashev. Smetov was the star man U60kg utilising an ashi-waza to score a yuko and added a waza-ari with sutemi-waza before a second waza-ari sealed the victory. Read more

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Elio Verde wins European Open in Prague

1 Mar 2014 18:30

255 judoka from 40 countries are fighting in Prague at the European Open tournament. The tournament was opened by the EJU president Sergey Soloveychik who also presented the honorary EJU medal to the Czech Judo Federation honorary president Letosnik who has celebrated his 75th birthday recently. Read more

Result City Date
5Almaty2016
5Qingdao2015
3Tyumen2015
2Budapest2015
7Abu Dhabi2014

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