Marie Eve Gahié Judoka

Marie Eve Gahié

Marie Eve Gahié

  • Country:France
  • Born:27 November 1996 (23 years)
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Marie-Eve Gahie became the 2019 World Champion in Tokyp after she lost the final in Baku in 2018. She took gold at the Grand Prix in Tbilisi and Zagreb in 2018. Gahie won the Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2016. She became World U18 Champion in 2013. Gahie took bronze at the Europeans in 2017. She won European Games team gold in 2015. Gahiewon gold in Almaty 2016. She won the Grand Slam of Ekaterinburg in 2019. She won the Champions League with Flam'91 in 2018.
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Daria Bilodid: the role model of all cadet world champions

24 Sep 2019 11:10

Obviously everyone knows the story of Daria Bilodid, the current double senior World Champion won the cadet world title in 2015 in Sarajevo. In the previous World Championships Min-Jong Kim (KOR) became cadet world champion in Chile and he finished with bronze at the last senior World Championships in Tokyo. There are countless examples of successful transitions from cadet to senior level, but it's not an ABC. Read more

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Japan and France heading for Grand Final at Mixed Team event

1 Sep 2019 12:30

The eighth and final day of the World Judo Championships Tokyo 2019 has belonged to the team event and four of judo's powerhouse nations are still standing at the close of the preliminary session. Read more

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Marie Eve Gahie crowned World Champion in the Budokan

29 Aug 2019 15:40

French Marie Eve Gahie was crowned the new world champion after the French ace banished her memories of losing the 2018 final. Gahie defeated the unfancied Tbilisi Grand Prix winner Barbara Timo (POR) in the final after the Portuguese judoka belied her ranking of 29th in the world. Read more

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Surprises all over at day 5 of the Worlds

29 Aug 2019 11:45

Spanish World champion Nikoloz Sherazadishvili lost his second match against Axel Clerget (FRA) by a waza-ari score. The Spaniard failed to sparke in Tokyo and exited early on as a host of big names were shocked in the morning session on day five. Read more

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What you can expect in Minsk at day 2

23 Jun 2019 08:30

The second day with four weight classes will be spectacular. The French women will be strong and in the men’s categories we can see who may be able to be the best candidate to fight the Asian opponents in Tokyo in August. For us the Azeri athletes are the ones to watch. U81kg is quite open without Sagi Muki, nor Dominic Ressel. Read more

Result City Date
3Qingdao13 Dec
2Tokyo1 Sep
1Tokyo29 Aug
3Minsk25 Jun
5Minsk23 Jun

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