Rustam Orujov Judoka

Rustam Orujov

Rustam Orujov

  • Country:Azerbaijan
  • Born:4 October 1991 (28 years)
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Rustam Orujov of Azerbaijan won Olympic silver in Rio and became World Championships silver medallist in 2017 in Budapest and 2019 in Tokyo. In 2016 he was European champion, bronze in 2017 and silver in 2019. Rustam won many IJF World Tour events. Orujov was born in Ust-Ilimsk (RUS). He took the gold medal at the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2017. Rustam claimed bronze at the Grand Slam in Baku in 2019. He took bronze at the IJF World Masters in 2019 in Qingdao.
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Glory for Odbayar Ganbaatar as Mongolia mounts fightback on day two

11 Mar 2017 15:10

World Judo Masters silver medallist Ganbaatar Odbayar of Mongolia captured Grand Slam gold for the first time as he bested double world champion and London 2012 Olympic silver medallist Nakaya Riki of Japan Read more

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Azeri clashes scheduled for Grand Slam Baku

10 Mar 2017 09:25

Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist Elmar Gasimov (AZE) showed that he is in peak physical condition and is ready for domestic and international opposition on Sunday. The 26-year-old’s Rio result was wildly celebrated by all including former world champion Elkhan Mammadov (AZE) who was right behind his teammate despite losing to Gasimov in his question for Olympic selection. Read more

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Cyrille Maret aiming for fourth victory in Paris

10 Feb 2017 18:00

A large team of 28 French men will please the home crowd in Paris at the first Olympic World Tour event for 2020. Cyrille Maret is the man who can win the title for the fourth time in a row. Not yet as good as the six victories for Riner, but still legendary to be able to win a fourth title in the new AccorArena in Paris. Riner won’t compete this time, but there are enough athletes left to enjoy the Grand Slam of Paris. Read more

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IJF awards 14 World leaders 50,000 USD each

1 Feb 2017 09:15

The International Judo Federation has awarded all 14 judoka who ended 2016 as the world number ones with an extra $50,000 each in prize money. Seven male judoka and seven female judoka received the cash windfall as 10 countries were represented at the top of the final world ranking list for 2016. Read more

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The Paris feeling for the Olympic medallists

17 Jan 2017 18:05

Last weekend the first test of the new rules was in Tunis at the African Open, but the real test of most of the top athletes will be the Grand Slam of Paris. With 25 days to go the IJF interview some of the finest medallists from the Rio Olympics about their Paris feeling. Read more

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1Budapest2019
3Qingdao2019
3Odivelas2019
5Abu Dhabi2019
2Tokyo2019

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