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18th December 2011.
Judo Grand Prix Qingdao 2011 - Day 3
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Day 3 - Results
The Judo Grand Prix Qingdao Day 3

The third day of the JUDO GRAND PRIX QINGDAO 2011 offered a number of very exiting fights with a wealth many ippons, from both spectacular throwing and ground techniques. The Champions of the last day are: NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan), Kayla HARRISON (USA), HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea), TONG Wen (China) and Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus).

Men’s -90kg. Category: A Surprising Winner

The Gold medalist of the Qingdao Grand Prix 2011 in the Men’s -90 kg. Category is NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan). The final between NISHIMA Masashi and the Egyptian judoka Hesham MESBAH was somewhat of a surprise as neither fighter could generate sufficient quality techniques to gain a decisive score. Finally, the winner was the young Japanese judoka, NISHIYAMA Masashi  (wazari - throwing technique Osoto Gari).

In the first semifinal, the favorite – seeded number one in this competition was the Russian judoka Kirill DENISOV, number 4 in IJF on the World Ranking List (WRL). He was defeated (wazari, after a throwing technique “Harai Maki Komi”) by NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan). In the other semifinal, Hesham MESBAH (Egypt) won (yuko, after a throwing technique “Kuchi  Kida Oshi”) against ERDENBILEG Enkhbat (Mongolia).

Semifinals:

Kirill DENISOV (Russia) lost to NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan);
Hesham MESBAH (Egypt) won against ERDENEBILEG Enkhbat (Mongolia).   

The bronze medals were won by Kirill DENISOV (Russia) and ERDENBILEG Enkhbat (Mongolia).

Final: NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan) won against Hesham MESBAH (Egypt).

Final Ranking:

1. NISHIYAMA Masashi (Japan)
2. Hesham MESBAH (Egypt)
3. ERDENEBILEG Enkhbat (Mongolia)
3. Kirill DENISOV (Russia)
5. Chingiz MAMEDOV (Kazakhstan)
5. Marcus NYMAN (Sweden)
5. Milan RANDL (Slovakia)
5. Dmitri GERASIMENKO (Serbia)

 Women’s -78 kg. Category: Gold for USA

The winner of Women -78 kg. Category is Kayla HARRISON (USA). The final saw the young American overcome the much more experienced Olympic Champion, YANG Xiuli. The public favorite was defeated by HARRISON, who threw her for ippon (Harai Maki Komi) earning a well-deserved Gold medal at this JUDO GRAND PRIX QINGDAO 2011.

In the first semifinal, after a very defensive and tactical fight, the favorite – seeded number one in this competition, the former World Champion, American judoka Kayla HARRISON, number 3 on the IJF on the WRL, won (yuko, after two shidos), against Lucie LOUETTE (France), number 9 on the IJF WRL. The second semifinal was very tense. An all-Chinese affair, between the young judoka, ZHANG Jie and her team mate, the Beijing Olympic Champion, YANG Xiuli, number 6 on the IJF WRL. Finally, YANG Xiuli won by ippon, after  throwing and then holding techniques (Ouchi Gari and Yokoshi Hou Gatame).

Semifinals:

Kayla HARRISON (USA) won against Lucie LOUETTE (France) ;
YANG Xiuli (China) won against ZHANG Jie (China). 

The bronze medals were won by Lucie LOUETTE (France) and ZHANG Jie (China).

Final: Kayla HARRISON (USA) won by ippon against YANG Xiuli (China).

Final Ranking:

1. Kayla HARRISON (USA)  
2. YANG Xiuli (China)
3. ZHANG Jie (China)
3. Lucie LOUETTE (France) 
5. SATO Ruika (Japan)
5. ZHU Feng (China)
5. Luise MALZAHN (Germany)
5. JEONG Gyeong-Mi (Korea)

Men’s -100 kg. Category: The Favorite Is the Winner

The Gold medalist of the Qingdao Grand Prix 2011 is HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea).The final was a close fought  where HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea) and  Levan ZHORZHOLIANI (Georgia) tested each other to the maximum. In the end, however, it was the Korean judoka, who won (wazari), with a neatly-timed throwing technique (Tomoe Nage) against the Georgian judoka.

In the first semifinal, the favorite HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea) – seeded number one in this competition, having won Silver last week at the Tokyo Grand Slam and the former World Champion, number 6 on the IJF on the WRL, defeated (yuko, after a throwing technique – Tomoe Nage) Ariel ZEEVI (Israel). In the other semifinal, Artem BLOSHENKO (Ukraine) lost (three shidos) to Levan ZHORZHOLIANI (Georgia).

Semifinals:  

HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea) won against Ariel ZEEVI (Israel);
Artem BLOSHENKO (Ukraine) lost to Levan ZHORZHOLIANI (Georgia).

The bronze medals were won by Artem BLOSHENKO (Ukraine) and Ariel ZEEVI (Israel).

Final: HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea) won against Levan ZHORZHOLIANI (Georgia).

Final Ranking:

1. HWANG Hee-Tae (Korea)
2. Levan ZHORZHOLIANI (Georgia)
3. Ariel ZEEVI (Israel)
3. Artem BLOSHENKO (Ukraine)
5. HAGA Ryunosuke (Japan)
5. NAIDAN Tuvshinbayar (Mongolia)
5. Askhab KOSTOEV (Russia)
5. Utkur KURBANOV (Uzbekistan)

Women’s +78 kg. Category: China over All Again!

The winner of the Women’s +78 kg Category is TONG Wen (China). In the final, after a very exiting fight, the public favorite, TONG Wen (China) won, by ippon, after a beautiful throwing technique (Soto Maki Komi) against the top seeded judoka at this competition QIN Qian (China).

The semifinals of the Women’s +78 kg Category was a Chinese competition with a British guest, Karina BRYANT. In the first semifinal, we witnessed a spectacular contest between two vice World Champions. The favorite – seated number one in this competition, number 3 on the IJF WRL, QIN Qian (China) won, by ippon (immobilization technique – Yokoshi Hou Gatame) against  Karina BRYANT (Great Britain). In the second semifinal, the Olympic and World Champion, TONG Wen (China), number 7 on the IJF WRL, won, by ippon, after a beautiful throwing technique (Seoi Nage) against her team mate, the young an unheralded judoka KANG Jie.

Semifinals:

QIN Qian (China) won against Karina BRYANT (Great Britain);
TONG Wen (China) won against KANG Jie (China).

The bronze medals were won by Karina BRYANT (Great Britain) and KANG Jie (China).

Final: TONG Wen (China) won by ippon against QIN Qian (China).

Final Ranking:

1. TONG Wen (China)
2. QIN Qian (China)
3. KANG Jie (China)
3. Karina BRYANT (Great Britain)
5. Sarah ADLINGTON (Great Britain)
5. Gulzan ISSANOVA (Kazakhstan)
5. Carola UILENHOED (Netherlands)
5. KIM Ji-Youn (Korea)

Men’s +100kg. Category: MAKARAU Still Going Strong

The Gold medalist of the Qingdao Grand Prix 2011 in the Men’s +100 kg. Category is Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus). The final was somewhat a surprise. The number 20 on the IJF WRL, Ihtar MAKARAU, won, after a spectacular complex throwing technique (Uchi Mata Sukaeshi), in the second minute of the contest, against KIM Sung-Min (Korea), number 4 on the IJF WRL.

In the first semifinal, Rafael SILVA (Brazil), the number 8 on the IJF WRL, lost the fight, after four shidos (Hansoku Make - Disqualification) to the Athens Olympic Champion, Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus). In the other semifinal, KIM Sung-Min (Korea), won by ippon (immobilization – Yoko Shio Gatame) against his the young team mate CHO Guham, after a beautiful throwing technique (Seoi Nage).  


Semifinals
:

Rafael SILVA (Brazil) lost to Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus);    
KIM Sung-Min (Korea) won by ippon against CHO Guham (Korea).

The bronze medals were won by Rafael SILVA (Brazil) and CHO Guham (Korea).

Final: Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus) won by ippon against KIM Sung-Min (Korea).  

Final Ranking:

1. Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus)
2. KIM Sung-Min (Korea)
3. CHO Guham (Korea)
3. Rafael SILVA (Brazil)
5. EL SHEHABY Islam (Egypt)
5. Alexander MIKHAYLIN (Russia)
5. ISHII Ryuta (Japan)
5. Iurii KRAKOVETSKII (Kirghizstan)

Four special trophies were awarded on the last day of the Qingdao Grand Prix 2011:

“IPPON” Trophy - Women: KIM Jan-Di (Korea);

“Best Judoka” Trophy - Women: XU Lili (China);

“IPPON” Trophy - Men: Giorgii ZANTARAIA (Ukraine);

“Best Judoka” Trophy - Men:  Ihar MAKARAU (Belarus).


IJF Media & Communication Department

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