Tsolmon Adiyasambuu Judoka

Tsolmon Adiyasambuu

Tsolmon Adiyasambuu

  • Country:Mongolia
  • Born:7 November 1992 (27 years)
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Mongolia judoka Tsolmon Adiyasambuu finished seventh at the World Championships in Astana in 2015. Adiyasambuu won silver at the IJF Masters in Tyumen in 2013 and took a bronze medal at the 2015 Grand Prix in Qingdao. She won bronze at the Grand Prix in Havana in 2016 and gold at the Euro Open in Warsaw.
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Cuba and Mongolia favourite for medals at GP Ulaanbaatar

30 Jun 2016 13:45

The draw at the Grand Prix in Mongolia revealed that 126 judoka (65 men, 61 women) will be engaged in action from 13 nations in Ulaanbaatar. International stars in action include Olympic champion Idalys Ortiz (CUB), Olympic silver medallist and former world champion Asley Gonzalez (CUB), former world silver medallist Jose Armenteros (CUB) and Paris Grand Slam winner Otgontsetseg Galbadrakh (KAZ). Obviously they will take medals this weekend, but it’s just a preparation alongside the usual training in this period in advance of the Olympic Games. Read more

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Surprising choices in Mongolian Olympic judo team

16 Jun 2016 09:15

The Mongolian team for the Olympic Games in Rio hosts some surprising choices. Mongolia had even four choices for the men U60kg including 2014 World Champion Boldbaatar Ganbat, but the technical staff have chosen for young daredevil Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir who fought the World Junior Championships final in 2014 and in 2015. Tsend-Ochir won a bronze medal at the World Cadet Championships in 2013. In 2015 he was in the final of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam and showed some great judo. Read more

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Arleta Podolak wins first World Cup for Poland

27 Feb 2016 17:40

For the first time since 14 years Poland welcomed a home winner of its own European Open in Warsaw. Arleta Podolak won the category U57kg. Barbara Wojcicka was the last female Polish winner in 2002. In the past Poland had a few good women in this light middleweight category. Maria Gontowicz-Szalas, Aneta Przybysz, Beáta Kucharzewska and Marzena Wegrzyn were the previous winners in the ninetees, but Podolak is the first of the century winning this weight class. Read more

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Mareen Kraeh still fighting at top level U52kg

23 Jan 2016 00:05

Germany’s Mareen Kraeh became the winner of the Grand Prix of Havana. She’s is still fighting in the top despite her 31 years. Kraeh belongs to the potential medallists for Rio in the experienced German women’s team. In the category U52kg she’s fighting for qualification with Romy Tarangul who was also in Havana, but Kraeh convinced once again and seems to make it to Rio this time. Read more

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Azerbaijan and Japan take double gold in Qingdao

20 Nov 2015 15:45

Japan and Azerbaijan have had an outstanding start of the 2015 Grand Prix in Qingdao. Both nations took two victories, Azerbaijan in the men’s division and Japan won two gold medals in the women. Mongolia’s Number one Sumiya Dorjsuren took the gold for women U57kg. Read more

Result City Date
7Tashkent2017
1Ulaanbaatar2017
2Ulaanbaatar2017
7Almaty2016
2Tashkent2016

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