Henri Courtine Judoka
Henri Courtine
Henri Courtine
Country: France | Born: 11 May 1930 (92 years)
French judoka Henri Courtine was a four time European champion and won 7 European medals. Henri Courtine was 4 time French champion. TIn 1956, Courtine took bronze at first World Championships in Tokyo. He went on to obtain several European titles and became national coach. In 1966, he became the first French 6th dan, along with Bernard Pariset and the same year was appointed National Technical Director of the French Judo Federation, before becoming its administrative director. He died in 2021.
Judo results
Date Result Judo event Type Cat.   
12 May 1962 1 European Championships Essen ECh U80
13 May 1961 2 European Team Championships Milano ETC U80
14 Mar 1960 1 French Championships Paris NC 4th dan
9 May 1959 1 European Championships Vienna ECh 4th dan
9 May 1959 3 European Team Championships Vienna ETC U80
30 Nov 1958 5 World Championships Tokyo WCh OpenM
11 May 1958 1 European Championships Barcelona ECh O80
23 Mar 1958 1 French Championships Paris NC OpenM
10 Nov 1957 2 European Championships Rotterdam ECh 4th dan
3 May 1956 3 World Championships Tokyo WCh OpenM
18 Mar 1956 1 French Championships Paris NC OpenM
4 Dec 1955 2 European Championships Paris ECh 3rd dan
11 Dec 1954 2 European Championships Brussels ECh OpenM
28 Mar 1954 1 French Championships Paris NC OpenM
19 Apr 1953 2 French Championships Paris NC OpenM
11 Dec 1952 1 European Championships Paris ECh U70
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