Sabrina Filzmoser Judoka

Sabrina Filzmoser

Sabrina Filzmoser

  • Country:Austria
  • Born:12 June 1980 (40 years)
  • Popularity
Sabrina Filzmoser is 2005 and 2010 World bronze medallist U57kg She was 2008 and 2011 European Champion and 7th at the 2012 Olympic Games. Filzmoser won the Super World Cup Tournoi de Paris in 2006 and 2008. She contributes to a Judo for peace project in Nepal. She won the Grand Slam in Paris twice. At her comeback she took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Cancun in 2017. She won 39 World Cup medals. In 2019 she took bronze at the Grand Prix in Budapest as oldest medallist ever in the Tour.
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Yvonne Boenisch new headcoach of Judo Austria

24 Nov 2020 13:15

The Austrian national judo team will be trained by a woman from 1 January. When looking for an internationally experienced head coach, the Austrian Judo Association struck gold with Yvonne Bönisch, the most successful German judoka of all time. Most recently, the 39-year-old from Potsdam worked as a women's national coach in Israel. Read more

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German team wins international friendly match against Austria

28 Aug 2020 08:30

The German prevailed 7: 5 in the international friendly match against Austria in the TV studio of the ORF in Vienna on Thursday evening. The victories on the German side were achieved by Helena Grau (up to 48 kg), Theresa Stoll (up to 57 kg), Emil-Johann Hennebach (up to 81 kg), Nadja Bazynski (up to 63 kg), Karl-Richard Frey (up to 100 kg), Luise Malzahn (up to 78 kg) and Johannes Frey (over 100 kg). Read more

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Marko Spittka no longer Austrian head coach

1 Aug 2019 09:40

With less than a year to go, Austria relieved Marko Spittka of his job as head coach. Spittka was coach since 2013 and the face of Austrian judo. The decision was taken by the board of the Austrian Judo Federation, one month in advance of the most important qualification tournament for the Games. Read more

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Sabrina Filzmoser (39) became the oldest ever medallist in the IJF World Tour

12 Jul 2019 23:50

Austrian star Sabrina Filzmoser made history on day one of the Budapest Grand Prix as the veteran won -57kg bronze to edge closer to Tokyo 2020 qualification. The 2005 and 2010 world bronze medallist, who turns 40 next year, replaced Belgium’s Ilse Heylen (38) as the oldest medallist in IJF World Judo Tour history. Read more

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Rafaela Silva is back to Olympic level

12 Jul 2019 19:55

Brazilian Olympic champion Rafaela Silva earned her sixth Grand Prix title with a resounding win over European Games silver medallist Nora Gjakova (KOS) in the U57kg final. Silva took her opportunity with 53 seconds left as she countered a weak uchi-mata on the edge of the contest area by rolling over Kosovo’s star for ippon and gold for Brazil. Read more

Result City Date
1Oberwart18 Oct
5Tashkent2019
3Budapest2019
3Minsk2019
5Ekaterinburg2019

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