Mai Umekita Judoka

Mai Umekita

Mai Umekita

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:2 December 1998 (21 years)
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Judoka from Japan Umekita Mai who won silver at the European Open in Sofia in 2017. She won the World Junior Mixed Team Championships in Zagreb in 2017. She took a silver medal at the European Open in Lisbon in 2018. Watch the judo results, photos and videos of Mai Umekita at JudoInside.

Canada delivers double gold at first European Open for women

4 Feb 2018 13:25

Ecaterina Guica and Christa Deguchi had a perfect day on Saturday at the European Open in Odivelas, Portugal. They both won in their own category. Canada tops the table after day of the first European Open of the year. Ecaterina Guica won her category U52kg in the final against Karolina Pienkowska. Guica won all her matches by ippon. Read more


Japanese juniors take first mixed team world title

22 Oct 2017 19:45

Japan defeated the Netherlands in convincing fashion to be crowned the first Junior World Championships Mixed Team champions. In Zagreb the Japanese juniors were simply too strong. The bronze medals went to Germany and Russia. Japan overpowered the field of 16 teams to win the junior team title with a merciless display as they made sure that the Japanese anthem would be the only one played on the last day of the event. Read more


Tiny Umekita surprises Olympic elite U48kg at Universiade

23 Aug 2017 14:15

Japan gave full power at the last day of the Universiade in Taipei and the gold medals for Taikoh Fujisaka and Mai Umekita contributed to the victory of Japan in the medal table. Read more


Four gold medals for Japanese women at European Open Sofia

4 Feb 2017 14:45

Japan captured all gold medals at the first day of the European Open in Sofia. Two of them were All Japan finals, Germany by Sappho Coban and Great Britain with Lucy Renshall took the two remaining silver medals. Read more

20150806_Sarajevo_60_KOGA, Genki (JPN) - MARCELINO, Michael (BRA) (6)

Japanese juniors showcase their golden ambition in St. Petersburg

16 Apr 2016 16:15

The Japanese junior team was superior at the first day of the European Cup for in St. Petersburg. with five gold medals Japan dominated the medal table, while host Russia lost six finals. Many of the young team of Japan were World Cadet champion in 2015 in Sarajevo and will now follow the junior circuit. Read more