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Tokyo Judo Grand Slam will close out the 2023 season in style

Tokyo opened its annual Judo Grand Slam on December 2. The annual tournament, held in the ancestral home of the sport, is one of the most prestigious events in the Judo calendar and the highly anticipated conclusion of the World Judo Tour 2023 season.

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520 judoka from 88 countries took to the tatami mats Tokyo Judo Grand Slam He’s in a bid for victory on Saturday. Many athletes are keen to take part in the Japanese flagship event to test their mettle while winning gold medals and ending the Judo World Tour in style.

But this year holds extra importance as competitors aim to gain more vital ranking points in the race to qualify for the fast-approaching Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

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We are closing 2023 in the best form

The male competitors were in fine form, each fighting tooth and nail to complete the tournament.

Inside under 73 kgcategory, Azerbaijan Hidayat HeydarovHe received the gold medal with a magnificent success waza-ariagainst Japan in the final Soichi Hashimoto, securing him the win.

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A special fight in Tokyo. I’ve never competed at a Grand Slam here before. I competed at the Tokyo World Championships and won a medal there. Winning a medal against a Japanese athlete in the final in Tokyo is a very special feeling, even though I have lost to him many times (in the past).

Hidayat Heydarov
Azerbaijani Judoka, -73kg gold medalist

Italy was on the third step of the podium. Manuel Lombardoand Georgia Giorgi Terashvili.

The medals were presented by All Japan Judo Federation President Shinichi Nakamura.

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under 81 kgTokyo GS 2023 squad boasts the least four World Champions : Matthias Casse of Belgium, Saied Mollaei of Azerbaijan, Sagi Muki of Israel and current Olympic champion Takanori Nagase of Japan. Although they were all drawn in separate pools, only Casse made it out of the group stages.

In the final, Matthias Cassewas against korea Joonhwan Lee He proved to be a formidable opponent. However, the Korean athlete’s waza-ari score ended the Belgian world number two’s hopes of being at the top of the podium, while also ensuring the 21-year-old athlete’s third grand slam championship.

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Ranked third Salmon Makhmadbekovfrom Tajikistan and Canada François Gauthier Drapeau.

-81Kgs winners received their medals

IJF General Treasurer, Naser Al Tamimi, was there to give the medals.

Meanwhile, under 90 kgIn the category, great support came from Japan, under the watchful and enthusiastic eyes of the home fans. Sanshiro MuraoIt brought him gold.

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**Luka Maisuradze** from Georgia won the silver medal, while South Korea won the bronze medal. Donghan Gwakand Italy Christian Parlati.

He was the IJF Training and Coaching Director who awarded the medals. Mohammed Meridja.

Japan, Netherlands and Canada shine in the women’s category

The tournament’s women proved to be just as intense and fun as their male counterparts at this year’s Tokyo Grand Slam.

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In the under 57 kilo class, Christa DeguchiHuge ippon from Canada in final against Brazil Jessica Lima . Although he put in a good performance against the Canadian giant, it was not enough for the twenty-six-year-old to reach the top.

However, for Deguchi, this latest victory means the eighth Grand Slam title in his illustrious career.

His fellow countryman also took to the podium Jessica Klimkaitand Georgian judoka, Eteri Liparteliani,They both received bronze medals.

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IJF Sports Director, Michael Tamuragave the medals.

When I was little, I would run around upstairs (in the stands) and ask for autographs. But now I am on the side of the athletes and have already signed several autographs. I hope I can be someone’s dream.

Christa Deguchi
Canadian Judoka, -57kg gold medalist

Inside over 78 kgclass, Japan’s recently crowned junior world champions Arai Maoshe tore through the competition to reach the final.

France faces a much bigger opponent. Lea Fontaine The Japanese athlete dominated the match. Fontaine had been successful in his previous competitions, defeating all his previous opponents with ippon without taking a single penalty. But thanks to superb groundwork, Mao forced his French opponent to surrender with his own Ippon.

Arai Mao defeated Lea Fontaine in the GS final

Ranked third Saetbyeol Parkfrom Korea and Raz Hershkofrom Israel.

He became a member of the IJF EC, which awards medals. Jean Luc Rouge.

And finally, under 70 kgIn the weight class it was Holland’s time to shine.

Sanne Van DijkeThe world’s number one seed in his category and one of the most decorated athletes on the track, he advanced to the final, where he faced his Japanese opponent. Shiho Tanaka.

Van Dijke has a Masters title and two Grand Slam silver medals so far this year. He had no trouble turning that mammoth placing into another medal in Tokyo. ura-nageHe took the top place in the tournament with the gold score.

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Taking home the bronze medal in their own matches Ai Tsunoda Roustantfrom Spain and the individual Neutral Athlete, Taimazova Medina.

IJF Secretary General, Doctor Lisa AllanHe presented medals to the winners.

Team Japan takes pride at home

As expected, the Japanese team was in terrific form and came home with four medals, two gold and two silver, at the end of the first day of competition.

And the legend of Judo Ono ShoheiHe was on hand to sign autographs for his fans.

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After a great first day with intense competition, top five medal rankingsare:

Inside first place– Japan won four medals, two gold and two silver

Inside second place– Canada with one gold and one bronze

Inside third row– Republic of Korea with one gold and one bronze

Inside fourth row– Azerbaijan with one gold and one bronze

Inside fifth place– Netherlands with one gold

Join us tomorrow for more incredible judo from Tokyo!

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