Amy Livesey Judoka

Amy Livesey

Amy Livesey

  • Country:Great Britain
  • Born:31 December 1993 (25 years)
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British judoka Amy Livesey collected various British titles as junior. She won the European U23 title in 2015. Amy won bronze at the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2016. She took bronze at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg in 2017 and in 2018 she won bronze. She took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in The Hague in 2018 and Antalya in 2019 . She took silver at the Grand Prix in Montreal. Sister of Owen and Bekky Livesey. She claimed bronze at the Grand Slam in Brasilia in 2019.
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Korean Cho Mok-Hee grabs first World Tour gold U63kg

7 Jul 2019 04:05

Quite unexpected Korean judoka Cho Mok-Hee took the gold medal U63kg at the Grand Prix in Montreal. She defeated Amy Livesey (GBR) and in the semi final Gili Sharir (ISR). Read more

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Cuban Maylin Del Toro Carvajal closes in on Tokyo 2020

6 Apr 2019 17:10

Cuban Maylin Del Toro Carvajal won her first IJF World Judo Tour gold medal with a hard-fought win over Asian Games bronze medallist Tang Jing (CHN) in the U63kg final. Del Toro Carvajal won her first IJF final by a waza-ari score as world number 38 Tang still earned her best result on the international stage by capturing her first medal at this level. Read more

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Austrian Magdalena Krssakova takes gold at Cancun Grand Prix

14 Oct 2018 08:00

Austrian Magdalena Krssakova completed her Grand Prix hat-trick with victory on day two in Mexico. Former Tyumen Grand Slam gold medallist Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard (CAN) took silver as Krssakova won her third Grand Prix gold and the most important title of her career. Read more

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European Cup in Saarbrücken useful test for top athletes

15 Jul 2018 16:30

Russia have won four gold medals at the European Cup in Saarbrücken. France, Germany and Azerbaijan all won two gold medals. The tournament is followed by a training camp where many international athletes will attend. Read more

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Trstenjak and Agbegnenou as always the favorites, but watch the roadblocks U63kg

31 Aug 2017 00:00

There are two very obvious top contenders in the category U63kg in Budapest and both have won a World title before: Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia and Clarisse Agbegnenou of France. Of the two, Trstenjak has the slight edge. She is the defending Olympic, World, and European Champion and she has won the last four encounters with Agbegnenou. But this time it cannot be the final. Read more

Result City Date
3Brasilia7 Oct
7Tashkent21 Sep
7Budapest13 Jul
2Montreal5 Jul
3Antalya5 Apr

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