Alexandra Babintceva Judoka

Alexandra Babintceva

Alexandra Babintceva

  • Country:Russia
  • Born:4 February 1993 (26 years)
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Russian judoka Alexandra Babintceva is heavyweight who won bronze at the World Championships in Baku in 2018. She claimed the European junior title in 2012 in Porec. Sheis double Russian U23 champion of 2014 and 2015 and won bronze at the FISU World Championships. Babintceva won bronze at the African Open in Casablanca in 2015. She captured a bronze medal at the European Cup Celje Podčetrtek in 2017. She captured bronze at the Grand Prix in Tel Aviv in 2019.
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Slovenia’s Apotekar wins first Grand Prix gold

26 Jan 2019 17:10

Slovenian Klara Apotekar defeated Tashkent Grand Prix winner Loriana Kuka of Kosovo in the U78kg final to open her Grand Prix gold medal account. The Slovenian threw Kuka in added time with a sumi-gaeshi for a match-winning waza-ari score. Read more

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Shori Hamada gives herself the best birthday gift ever

25 Sep 2018 15:40

On her 28th birthday Shori Hamada (JPN) became the new world champion for women U78kg in Baku. Again Japan for gold and a great disappointment for the Dutch Guusje Steenhuis and the Netherlands that lost eight World Championships finals in a row since the last successful title for Verkerk in 2009 in Rotterdam. After a long final of nine minutes Shori Hamada won the world title after three penalties for Guusje Steenhuis. Read more

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Shocker results U78kg and two Dutch in the semi finals

25 Sep 2018 10:30

Two shocker results in the women’s category U78kg at the 2018 World Championships in Baku. French multiple world and Olympic medallist Audrey Tcheumeo is out of the tournament. She lost to Aleksandra Babintseva (RUS). Another shock is Brazilian World Champion Mayra Aguiar who showed to be vulnerable lately but wasn’t expected to lose to Chinese Ma Zhenzhao, the revelation of today’s prelims. Read more

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Rika Takayama books biggest career title in Tyumen

17 Jul 2016 17:55

In the final U78kg of the Grand Slam of Tyumen Takayama Rika of Japan defeated Klara Apotekar of Slovenia with a routine win to capture U78kg gold. Apotekar is Junior World Championships silver medallist and the younger sister of former world silver medallist Ana Velensek. Read more

Result City Date
5Ekaterinburg17 Mar
3Tel Aviv24 Jan
2Rio de Janeiro2018
3Baku2018
3Baku2018

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