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Interesting German Championships with new rules
20 Jan 2017 16:50
This weekend the German Championships will be held in Duisburg. It's the first major event for the Germans where the new rules will be adapted and tested. The event will have the participations of approximately 400 judoka including eight Olympians Miryam Roper, Martyna Trajdos, Jasmin Kuelbs, Igor Wandtke, Sven Maresch, Marc Odenthal, Karl-Richard Frey and Andre Breithbarth.
It's also the first event where Germany's new installed coaches Claudiu Pusa and Richard Trautmann are 'in function'. Not as coach ut as interested viewers of the event. Back in Duisburg where in 1988 Richard Trautmann became National Champion, as well as Frank Wieneke and Michael Bazynski, all head coaches of Germany.
The two days event will be split in weight categories, where the middle division U73, U81, U90 and U57, U63 and U70 will be held on Sunday. Check out who won the titles last year in Hamburg and will defend their honour in the new hall in Duisburg.
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