Oleksandr Kosinov Judoka

Oleksandr Kosinov

Oleksandr Kosinov

  • Country:Ukraine
  • Born:1 July 1983 (37 years)
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Paralympic judoka Oleksandr Kosinov of the Ukraine won gold at the Paralympic Games London in 2012 U81kg. He won bronze at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. He became 2017 European Champion in Walsall. He took judo silver at the 2014 IBSA World Championships in Colorado, USA. In 2015 he won the IBSA European Championships in Lisbon. and bronze at the IBSA World Games in Seoul. European Champion in 2013 in Eger. He won the Visual Impaired German Open in Heidelberg in 2016 and silver in Eger.
Davyd Khorava_UK

Sensational first day of IBSA European Championships

5 Aug 2017 00:05

The men’s up to 73kg featured an unexpected finale during day one of the 2017 International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships in Walsall, Great Britain. Read more


World class Paralympians at IBSA European Championships in Walsall

4 Aug 2017 09:05

Six Rio 2016 medallists head a field of around 100 judoka competing at the 2017 International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships, which begin on Friday (4 August) in Walsall, Great Britain. Paralympic, world and European champions among competitors at the 2017 European Championships this weekend. Check the preview Read more

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The Ukraine aiming for four judo finals at day 2 of Paralympics

9 Sep 2016 17:50

The Ukrainian judokas are the ones to beat when the second day of the Rio 2016 judo competition gets underway. The first of Ukraine’s gold medal hopes to fight will be Dmytro Solovey in the men’s up to 73 kg category who reached the final. Current world champion Solovey won gold at London 2012 and is looking to add another to his collection in Rio. Read more

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Ukraine takes 3 gold medals at IBSA Europeans

29 Nov 2015 14:10

Ukraine gained a golden treble as individual finals concluded at the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships at the Odivelas Sports Hall in Portugal, as Russia remained the strongest overall nation. Read more

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