Golds for Pacut and Sulamanidze in Tel Aviv

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The Shlomo Enviornment was as soon as once more full to capability for the ultimate day of the Tel Aviv Grand Slam.

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Worldwide Judo Federation President Marius Vizer offered Amit Tal, proprietor of Bonei Ra’anana, with a Jigoro Kano statue, designed by Herend Porcelain.

twentieth medal for Mehdiyev

At -90kg, Mammadali Mehdiyev defeated former World Champion Nemanja Majdov of Serbia with a spectacular ura-nage.

It was a twentieth world tour medal for the extremely constant Azerbaijan Judoka.

Marius Vizer, President of the IJF, offered the medals.

Beata Pacut of Poland carried out constantly within the preliminaries, and within the remaining, she defeated Alina Boehm of Germany to take her first-ever grand slam gold.

Michael Michaely, CEDCO Hungary Chairman awarded the medals.

Rising star award winner Ilia Sulamanidze from Georgia beat Michael Korrel from the Netherlands to take the -100kg title. It was a primary grand slam gold medal for the 20-year-old.

Israeli Knesset Member Miri Regev offered the medals.

Fourth gold for France

Romane Dicko gave France their fourth gold of the event, defeating Beatriz Souza from Brazil within the +78kg contest.

Amit Tal, the proprietor of Bonei Ra’anana awarded the medals.

“I feel that Paris and Israel are the 2 greatest locations to compete within the Judo tour,” mentioned Dicko. “As a result of there are lots of people. Persons are yelling. So it’s a excellent ambiance and I’m all the time very completely satisfied to compete in Israel.”

Georgia’s Guram Tushishvili was our man of the day for his victory over the Brazilian large Rafael Silva within the +100kg class.

World-famous singer Moris Janashvili awarded the medals.

“We’re professionals, judo is part of our life, we live with judo,” Tushishvili mentioned afterwards. “After all, the factor I preferred probably the most and what I missed is competing – particularly with this sort of viewers, followers and help.”

Native followers have two bronze medals to cheer

On the ultimate day, the heavyweight Israeli Judoka constructed on the momentum their teammates had established on days one and two.

The Shlomo Enviornment has been full of a number of the most enthusiastic and passionate followers within the World of Judo – and native heroes Raz Hershko and Peter Paltchik rewarded them with two hard-fought bronze medals.

Their achievements rounded off an exceptional Grand Slam that cements this event as one of many true highlights on the World Judo Tour.

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