Sagi Muki Judoka

Sagi Muki

Sagi Muki

  • Country:Israel
  • Born:17 May 1992 (28 years)
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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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Lasha Shavdatuashvili finishes where an injury stopped him in 2014

2 May 2015 18:50

Olympic champion Lasha SHAVDATUASHVILI (GEO) achieved a career first as he won Grand Prix gold for the first time and in doing so finally looked at home in the -73kg category. SHAVDATUASHVILI emerged victorious against Mongolian legend KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (MGL) to earn much-needed Olympic qualification points and undoubtedly a morale boost after finding the going hard in the category above -66kg where he won gold in London. Read more

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Shohei Ono remains the best and takes gold in Dusseldorf

21 Feb 2015 19:55

If Shohei Ono was not among the favorites of the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf, it is because he was not part of the top 8 seeded athletes of the category. Nevertheless, it was obvious that the 2013 world champion in Rio, had a great chance to reach the final in Düsseldorf, and that's what he did without having to put in too much energy, except against the young Korean AN Changrin in the semi-final, where he eventually won by waza-ari. In the final he was opposed to the world number 12, Georgian Nugzari TATALASHVILI, who made a flawless competition until then. Read more

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An Chang-Rim shows his potential against Muki

28 Nov 2014 14:55

Junior world champion An Chang-Rim from Korea produced a sublime performance on the biggest stage of his blossoming career as he delighted his home crowd. AN defeated the top seed and Baku Grand Slam winner Sagi Muki (ISR) in the final having bested two Mongolian’s Khashbaatar and Ganbaatar in his route to the final. Read more

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Avtandili Tchrikishvili dominates U81, Sagi Muki is fast U73kg

8 Jun 2014 18:55

The first medals were collected in the women categories -48kg, -52kg, -63kg and in men -66kg, -73kg. Olympic Champion Lasha Shavdautashvili was out in the first round of the category U73kg, Leandro Cunha (BRA) finished on a seventh place in his new category. Read more

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Sagi Muki remains unbeatable for Israel in Cuba

7 Jun 2014 20:30

Baku Grand Slam winner Sagi MUKI (ISR) won his second successive IJF World Judo Tour gold medal as he was unbeatable in Havana on Saturday. MUKI extinguished the home crowds gold medal hopes as he threw ESTRADA, who finished fifth at the Miami Grand Prix last year, with an emphatic tsurikomi-goshi for ippon after just 31 seconds. Read more

Result City Date
7Paris9 Feb

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