Dex Elmont Judoka

Dex Elmont

Dex Elmont

  • Country:Netherlands
  • Born:10 January 1984 (36 years)
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Judoka Dex Elmont is European Champion 2014 U73kg and won three World Championships medals, but the gold is missing. He participated at three Olympic Games. He competed U66 and U73kg. Dex is younger brother of former world champ Guillaume Elmont. Father was judoka for Suriname. Club: Kenamju. Dex Elmont (NED) was number 1 of the IJF World Ranking for seniors U73kg in 2014 and 2015.
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European champion Dex Elmont delivers for the Netherlands

13 Sep 2014 18:10

European champion Dex ELMONT (NED) put a disappointing World Championships showing in Zagreb behind him by winning gold against Madrid European Open bronze medallist Andre ALVES (POR). ELMONT was penalised after one minute for negative gripping before his opponent was held accountable for being passive. Read more

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Dex Elmont takes his most precious career title in Montpellier

25 Apr 2014 19:05

Dex Elmont won the European title in Montpellier, an achievement his world champion brother hadn't done so far. The pride of the two was undescribable. The Dutchman had to wait a long time and won three consecutive European medals from 2006-2008 but this time he won the final. The 30-year-old Elmont defeated World silver medallist Ugo Legrand of France by a surprise seoi for Legrand's own crowd. Read more

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Europe wins unique Team Challenge against Asia

25 Jan 2014 18:55

Europe has won the challenge against Asia. In the occasion of the ECCO Judo Team Challenge in Tyumen, the team of Europe defeated Asia by 10-4. The first successful shot was by Alesya Kuznetsova who defeated World Champion Munkhbat Urantsetseg. A good start for the European team. However it was World Champion Naohisa Takato who made the equalizer against Olympic Champion Arsen Galstyan. Nakato remained undefeated but is not ready yet to attend the Grand Slam of Paris. Read more

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Takato defeats Galstyan in ECCO Team Challenge

25 Jan 2014 18:35

Europe has won the challenge against Asia. In the occasion of the ECCO Judo Team Challenge in Tyumen, the team of Europe defeated Asia by 10-4. The first successful shot was by Alesya Kuznetsova who defeated World Champion Munkhbat Urantsetseg. A good start for the European team. However it was World Champion Naohisa Takato who made the equalizer against Olympic Champion Arsen Galstyan. Nakato remained undefeated but is not ready yet to attend the Grand Slam of Paris. Read more