Amartuvshin Dashdavaa Judoka

Amartuvshin Dashdavaa

Amartuvshin Dashdavaa

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:15 December 1987 (31 years)
  • Popularity
Mongolian judoka Amartuvshin Dashdavaa won various international events such as the Grand Prix in 2015 in Mongolia. He won his first World Cup in 2011 in Almaty. In 2015 he won Grand Slam bronze in Paris and gold at the Grand Prix in Ulaanbaatar and Qingdao in 2016. He won bronze at the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2017 and silver at the Grand Prix in Hohhot.He captured bronze at the Grand Prix The Hague and gold in 2018. Silver at the Grand Slam in Tokyo and bronze at the Masters in 2017.
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Boldbaatar Ganbat rediscovers the winning mood

24 Feb 2017 18:10

Former world champion Ganbat Boldbaatar of Mongolia returned to the top of the medal podium on the IJF stage with a determined display in Germany. The Mongolian, who last claimed gold at the Baku Grand Slam last year, rolled over Paris Grand Slam bronze medallist Amiran Papinashvili (GEO) for a waza-ari score and only his second IJF gold medal since winning the World Championships in 2014. Read more

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Dashdavaa Amartuvshin finds form in Qingdao taking gold

18 Nov 2016 17:10

Mongolian Dashdavaa Amartuvshin former Former world silver medallist bounced back from a below-par outing in Uzbekistan in his last competition to win gold at the Qingdao Grand Prix with victory over Casablanca African Open silver medallist Islam Yashuev (RUS). Read more

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Record low participation at Grand Prix Qingdao hosting 155 athletes

17 Nov 2016 11:45

Since the Olympic Games in Rio Qingdao is the fourth city to host an IJF World Tour event. The Qingdao Grand Prix 2016 draw took place on the eve of the competition at the Diamond Hall within the Qingdao Guoxin Stadium. This event will host 15 nations and 155 judoka (87 men, 68 women) over the next three days. The previous low record was in 2009 at the first edition with 158 athletes. Last year 379 judoka participated. Read more

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Small participants field in Tashkent but quality still high

5 Oct 2016 19:30

The male judoka in Uzbekistan have always been much more important in history, Armen Bagdasarov was one of the first with a huge success as vice Olympic champion in 1996. Read more

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Grand Prix Tashkent welcomes 2020 generation

5 Oct 2016 14:15

The Grand Prix of Tashkent will show us the new generation aiming for qualification for Tokyo in 2020, although that’s far away. The World Championships in Budapest or European Championships in Warsaw next year are more realistic targets. Read more

Result City Date
3Baku10 May
3Paris9 Feb
3Guangzhou2018
1The Hague2018
5Tashkent2018

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