Sagi Muki Judoka

Sagi Muki

Sagi Muki

  • Country:Israel
  • Born:17 May 1992 (27 years)
  • Popularity
Sagi Muki became first male world champion for Israel in 2019 in Tokyo. Muki opened 2019 with a victory at the Grand Prix in Tel Aviv. He won the Grand Slam of Ekaterinburg in 2019. Muki won the European senior title in 2018 in Tel Aviv. Muki He silver at the IJF World Masters in 2019 in Qingdao.Paris Grand Slam bronze in 2016. Fifth at the Olympic Games in Rio. He an expert in Sode Tsuri Gomi Goshi. He claimed the gold medal at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2019.
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World Champion Sagi Muki aims to Paris gold

4 Feb 2020 08:10

Israel’s man of the moment Sagi Muki has graced every spot on the podium in Paris except the top spot. The owner of the U81kg red backpatch will start as the favourite in Paris in a category which is teeming with world-class judoka. Read more

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Tel Aviv kicks off the World Tour in ultimate judo year

17 Jan 2020 10:20

As soon as 2019 came to end, we all realised that 2020 is the main year in the Olympic cycle and catches all attention of world wide judo fans. Next week, IJF Tour will start its Olympic year in Tel Aviv with the Grand Prix in Israel which will host a huge number of top judokas. Just few weeks before the main plate of this first quarter of the year, the Paris Grand Slam at 8-9 February. Read more

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Sagi Muki concludes successful 2019 as top earner

31 Dec 2019 11:05

The IJF will continue its end-of-year tradition of awarding a prize money bonus to all 14 world number ones on the final IJF World Ranking List for 2019. The bonus, which was first introduced in 2016, will see the world number one’s in each of the 14 weight categories scoop a bonus of $10,000 per judoka. Read more

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Teddy Riner present in Tel Aviv for first Grand Prix of 2020

18 Dec 2019 16:25

Teddy Riner will be attending the Grand Prix in Tel Aviv, the first World Tour event of 2020. The French phenomenon wasn’t in Tokyo nor Qingdao for the Grand Slam and Masters in Asia, but will be expected in Tel Aviv. The 10 time World Champion and double Olympic Champion is hunting his third Olympic title and the record of Tadahiro Nomura. Read more

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Matthias Casse closes best year ever with gold

13 Dec 2019 13:50

World silver medallist Matthias Casse of Belgium won World Judo Masters gold after an impressive day in Qingdao. The 22-year-old became his country’s first Masters winner after a rematch of the World Championships final was not to be today with world champion Sagi Muki (ISR) picking up a rib injury during his semi-final. Read more