Yuma Oshima Judoka

Yuma Oshima

Yuma Oshima

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:7 January 1995 (25 years)
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Japanese judoka Yuma Oshima won the World Cadet Championships in 2011 in Kiev U60kg and added World Junior bronze in 2013 in Ljubljana. He took bronze at the World Junior Team Championships in 2013 with Japan. He won his first Grand Prix medal in 2014 in Dusseldorf, aged 18. FISU silver in 2015. Won the Grand Prix Tashkent in 2015 and Grand Slam in Tyumen in 2016. He took bronze at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg and Osaka in 2018 and silver in Ekaterinburg in 2019.

Unseeded Lkhagvajamts Unubold upstages Japanese favourite

15 Mar 2019 14:35

Former Junior World Championships bronze medallist Lkhagvajamts Unubold of Mongolia won IJF World Judo Tour gold at his third attempt as the young Mongolian beat Osaka Grand Slam bronze medallist Oshima Yuma (JPN) in the U60kg final. Read more


Ryuju Nagayama defends world leading position with gold

23 Nov 2018 14:15

Japanese lightweight Nagayama Ryuju claimed his fifth Grand Slam crown and the most important gold medal of his career in the U60kg category. World Championships bronze medallist Nagayama defeated European u23 Championships winner Yago Abuladze (RUS) in the final by a single score. Read more


All smiles for Kazakhstan’s former world champion Yeldos Smetov

17 Mar 2018 17:35

Former world champion and Olympic silver medallist Yeldos Smetov (KAZ) won his first Grand Slam title with a lively performance in the U60kg category at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg. Kazakh star Smetov won all four of his contests without conceding a score as he was back to the form that saw him Olympic and world medals. Read more

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Yuma Oshima takes gold with irresistable judo in Tyumen

16 Jul 2016 19:35

Japans lightweights were sensation during the Grand Slam of Tyumen on Saturday. Asian Championships bronze medallist Oshima Yuma of Japan kept the tradition high as the last two editions of the Grand Slam in Siberia were won by Kido Shinji. This time Oshima beat Casablanca African Open bronze medallist Albert Oguzov (RUS) as he started the Japanese men’s team run of victories. Read more


Finals day one Judo Grand Slam Tyumen between Japan and Russia

16 Jul 2016 11:50

The Grand Slam of Tyumen has a rather poor field in all categories, with a total of 124 participants it is the worst number since 2012 in Rio, also in advance of the Olympic Games. The chance for a medal is 45%, in the women’s division even 55%. Russia and Japan dominate the Grand Slam at day one. Read more

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