Yakhyo Imamov Judoka

Yakhyo Imamov

Yakhyo Imamov

  • Country:Uzbekistan
  • Born:24 December 1989 (29 years)
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One of the best judoka from Uzbekistan is Yakhyo Imamov. He won the World Cup in Prague as first success but added the Grand Slam Paris in 2013. It took two years after her booked his next success, victory at the Grand Prix Budapest. Asian bronze in 2012. 17th at the London Olympics 2012. He won the IJF Grand Prix in Tashkent in 2016 and captured bronze in 2017.
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Spirited Ustopiriyon emerges triumphant in record-breaking marathon match

8 Oct 2017 17:05

Asian Championships winner Komronshokh Ustopiriyon of Tajikistan won an immense physical duel against former world bronze medallist Dilshod Choriev (UZB) to take gold for Tajikistan. Former Astana Grand Prix winner Ustopiriyon, who has been financially supported to compete in many of his events by the IJF, was locked in an intense gripping battle against the 32-year-old Uzbek Choriev. Read more

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Flying start for Yakhyo Imamov in new weight category

8 Oct 2016 17:15

Former Paris Grand Slam winner and Olympian Yakhyo Imamov of Uzbekistan delivered gold on only his second competition in his new weight category as he beat former Minsk World Cup bronze medallist Davronbek Sattorov (UZB) for gold. Read more

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Yakhyo Imamov is back with international gold medal

14 Jun 2015 17:10

Yakhyo Imamov of Uzbekistan was the happiest man of Budapest after winning the Grand Prix U81kg in the Hungarian capital. After his victory at the Grand Slam of Paris Imamov was on the international map of everyone and suffered a bit with the success. Last year he couldn't convince with just a silver medal at the Grand Prix Tashkent, but this first success of the year is inked with gold. Read more

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Moustopoulos experiences great day in Tashkent

17 Oct 2014 15:25

At the final U81 at the Grand Prix of Tashkent the crowd had a good reason to cheer for Yakhyo Imamov who was opposed to Greek Roman Moustopoulos. If the scenario was not the one expected by the audience, it was an incredible turn of events. Read more

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Takato defeats Galstyan in ECCO Team Challenge

25 Jan 2014 18:35

Europe has won the challenge against Asia. In the occasion of the ECCO Judo Team Challenge in Tyumen, the team of Europe defeated Asia by 10-4. The first successful shot was by Alesya Kuznetsova who defeated World Champion Munkhbat Urantsetseg. A good start for the European team. However it was World Champion Naohisa Takato who made the equalizer against Olympic Champion Arsen Galstyan. Nakato remained undefeated but is not ready yet to attend the Grand Slam of Paris. Read more

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Result City Date
7Prague2018
3Tashkent2017
1Tashkent2016
1Tashkent2016
5Tashkent2016

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