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14th January 2012.
Judo World Masters Almaty - Day 1
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 Results
The first day of the JUDO WORLD MASTERS ALMATY 2012 offered very spectacular
fights with many ippon. The majority of the favorites won the Gold medals, but some surprise occurred. Among them, a big one: the best judoka of the world, the Uzbek Rishod SOBIROV was defeated in final. The Champions of the first seven categories are: FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan), Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia), NISHIDA Yuka (Japan), SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia), MATSUMOTO Kaori (Japan), WANG KI-Chun (Korea) and UENO Yoshie (Japan).

Women’s -48 kg. Category: The First Japanese Final
The Gold medalist of the World Masters Almaty 2012, at Women’s -48 kg. Category is FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan). In a close fought final with two Japanese athletes, they tested each other to the maximum. In the end, the most experienced judoka, the former World Champion, FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan) won against ASAMI Haruna (Japan), the number 1 on the IJF World Ranking List (WRL).

In the first semifinal, after a very tight contest, the World Champion 2010, ASAMI Haruna (Japan), won, by ippon, against Elena MORETTI(Italy). In the second semifinal, FUKUMI Tomoko, number 2 on the IJF WRL, won against Sarah MENEZES (Brazil).

Semifinals:
ASAMI Haruna (Japan) won, by ippon, against Elena MORETTI(Italy);
FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan) won by against Sarah MENEZES (Brazil).
The bronze medals were won by Elena MORETTI (Italy) and Sarah MENEZES (Brazil).

Final: FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan) won against ASAMI Haruna (Japan)



Final Ranking:
1. FUKUMI Tomoko (Japan)
2. ASAMI Haruna (Japan)
3. Elena MORETTI(Italy)
3. Sarah MENEZES (Brazil)
5. Nataliya KONDRATYEVA (Russia)
5. Oiana BLANCO (Spain)
5. Charline VAN SNICK (Belgium)
5. Alexandra PODRYADOVA (Kazakhstan)

Men’s -60 kg. Category: The Untouchable Sobirov lost the Gold!

The winner of the Gold medal of the World Masters Almaty 2012 at the Men’s -60 kg. Category is the Russian judoka Arsen GALSTYAN. The final offered a big surprise! The number 1 on the IJF WRL and Gold at the World Championships 2010, Rishod SOBIROV (Uzbekistan) was defeated, by ippon, by Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia). The specialists consider that the result has an explanation: the best judoka of the world suffered recently a medical intervention and the recovering takes time.

In the first semifinal, number 1 on the IJF World Ranking List (WRL) Rishod SOBIROV (Uzbekistan), won by ippon against the young judoka Beslan MUDRANOV (Russia). In the other semifinal, surprise! The Silver medalist at the 2009 World Championships, HIRAOKA Hiroaki (Japan), the number 3 on the IJF WRL lost the fight against the number 6 on the IJF WRL, Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia), Bronze medalist at the 2010 World Championships.

Semifinals:
Rishod SOBIROV (Uzbekistan) won by ippon against the Beslan MUDRANOV (Russia);
HIRAOKA Hiroaki (Japan) lost against Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia).
The bronze medals were won by HIRAOKA Hiroaki (Japan) and Beslan MUDRANOV (Russia).

Final: Rishod SOBIROV (Uzbekistan) lost by ippon against Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia).



Final Ranking:
1. Arsen GALSTYAN (Russia)
2. Rishod SOBIROV (Uzbekistan)
3. HIRAOKA Hiroaki (Japan)
3. Beslan MUDRANOV (Russia)
5. CHOI Gwang-Hyeon(Korea)
5. Felipe KITADAI (Brazil)
5. Sofiane MILOUS (France)
5. Yerkebulan KOSSAYEV (Kazakhstan)

Women’s -52 kg. Category: Second Japanese Final

The champion at Women’s -52 kg. Category at the World Masters Almaty 2012 is NISHIDA Yuka (Japan). In a very tight final, the best judoka of the category, the number 1 and the number 2 on the IJF WRL, NAKAMURA Misato (Japan) and NISHIDA Yuka(Japan), arrived at the Golden Score. The two athletes tested each other to the maximum. In the end, the 2010 World Champion, NISHIDA Yuka won by ippon.

In the first semifinal, NISHIDA Yuka(Japan), won, by ippon, against Soraya HADDAD (Algeria) , number 8 on IJF ranking. In the second semifinal, the Gold medalist at 2009 World Champion, NAKAMURA Misato (Japan) won by ippon against Ilse HEYLEN (Belgium)

Semifinals:
NISHIDA Yuka(Japan)won by ippon against Soraya HADDAD (Algeria);
NAKAMURA Misato (Japan) won by ippon against Ilse HEYLEN (Belgium).
The bronze medals were won by Soraya HADDAD (Algeria) and Ilse HEYLEN (Belgium).

Final: NISHIDA Yuka (Japan) won by ippon against NAKAMURA Misato (Japan)



Final Ranking:
1. NISHIDA Yuka (Japan)
2. NAKAMURA Misato (Japan)
3. Ilse HEYLEN (Belgium) 
3. Soraya HADDAD (Algeria)
5. Penelope BONNA (France)
5. Majlinda KELMENDI
5. Natalia KUZIUTINA (Russia)
5. MUNKHBAATAR Bundmaa (Mongolia)

Men’s -66 kg. Category: The Mongols Defeated the Japanese
The winner of the Gold medal of the World Masters Almaty 2012 at the Men’s -66 kg. Category is SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia).

A new surprise, in the final. The number 9 on the IJF WRL, SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa, won by ippon against his dojo mate, the 2009 World champion and number 3 on the IJF WRL, KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (Mongolia).   In the first semifinal, another big surprise. The 2010 World Champion, MORISHITA Jumpei (Japan) lost by ippon the contest with SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia). The second semifinal offered a tense fight. The former World champion, KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (Mongolia) won, finally, the contest against the young Japanese judoka EBINUMA Masashi, the number 6 on the IJF WRL.

Semifinals:                                                                         
MORISHITA Jumpei (Japan) lost against SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia);
KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (Mongolia) won against EBINUMA Masashi (Japan).
The bronze medals were won by MORISHITA Jumpei (Japan) and EBINUMA Masashi (Japan).

Final: KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (Mongolia) was defated by SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia).



Final Ranking:
1. SANJAASUREN Miyaragchaa (Mongolia)
2. KHASHBAATAR Tsagaanbaatar (Mongolia)
3. EBINUMA Masashi (Japan)
3. MORISHITA Jumpei (Japan)  
5. Armen NAZARYAN (Armenia)
5. Musa MOGUSHKOV (Russia)
5. Tomasz KOWALSKI (Poland)
5. Alim GADANOV (Russia)

Women’s -57 kg. Category: The Japanese Women Judoka, Unbeatable!

The Gold medalist of the World Masters Almaty 2012, at Women’s -57 kg. Category is MATSUMOTO Kaori (Japan). In a close fought final, the 2010 World Champion, MATSUMOTO Kaori, won the third Gold of the day for Japan. The Japanese judoka won by ippon against the Silver medalist at the 2010 World Championships, Telma MONTERO (Portugal)

In the first semifinal, MATSUMOTO Kaori, the number 1 on the IJF WRL won by ippon, against Rafaela SILVA (Brazil), the number 7 on the IJF WRL.
In the second semifinal, the Portuguese judoka Telma MONTERO, the number 3 on the IJF WRL won by ippon against the young Japanese judoka SATO Aiko, the number 2 on the IJF WRL

Semifinals:
MATSUMOTO Kaori (Japan) won by ippon against Rafaela SILVA (Brazil);
Telma MONTERO (Portugal) defeated  by ippon  SATO Aiko (Japan).
The bronze medals were won by Rafaela SILVA (Brazil) and SATO Aiko (Japan).

Final: MATSUMOTO Kaori (Japan) won by ippon against Telma MONTERO (Portugal).



Final Ranking:
1.MATSUMOTO Kaori (Japan)     
2.Telma MONTERO (Portugal)  
3.SATO Aiko (Japan)
3.Rafaela SILVA (Brazil)
5.Hedvig KARAKAS (Hungary)
5.Sarah LOKO (France)
5.Automne PAVIA (France)
5.Giulia QUINTAVALLE (Italy)

Men’s -73 kg. Category: Gold for Korea


The Gold medalist of the World Masters Almaty 2012, at Men’s -73 kg.

Category is A category with the final and the semifinals offered Golden Score. In the last contest, the number 1 on the IJF WRL, NAKAYA Riki (Japan) lost the fight, at hantei, with the number 2 on the IJF WRL and 2009 World Champion WANG KI-Chun (Korea). In the first semifinal, a very tight Japanese contest, with Golden Score. Finally, NAKAYA Riki, won, at hantei, the fight with the 2010 World Champion AKIMOTO Hiroyuki, number 4 on the IJF WRL. In the other semifinal, again Golden Score.  In the end, WANG KI-Chun (Korea), won by ippon against Mansur ISAEV (Russia), Bronze at the 2009 World Championships and number 5 on the IJF WRL.

Semifinals:
NAKAYA Riki (Japan) won against AKIMOTO Hiroyuki (Japan)
WANG KI-Chun (Korea) won by ippon against Mansur ISAEV (Russia).
The bronze medals were won by AKIMOTO Hiroyuki (Japan) and Mansur ISAEV (Russia).

Final: WANG KI-Chun (Korea) won against NAKAYA Riki (Japan)



Final Ranking:
1. WANG KI-Chun (Korea)
2. NAKAYA Riki (Japan)
3. AKIMOTO Hiroyuki (Japan)
3. Mansur ISAEV (Russia)
5. Volodymyr SOKORA (Ukraine)
5. Tomasz ADAMIEC (Poland)
5. Dirk VAN TICHELT (Belgium)
5. Navruz JURAKOBILOV (Uzbekistan)

Women’s -63 kg. Category: Third Japanese Final

The winner of Women -63 kg. Category, at the World Masters Almaty 2012 is. The final, between two Japanese team mates, UENO Yoshie and TANAKA Miki offered a nail-biting contest, during which we were treated to a series of attacks and counterattacks. Finally, the most experienced judoka, UENO Yoshie (Japan), the 2010 World Champion and the actual number 2 on the IJF WRL earning a well-deserved Gold medal at the World Masters Almaty 2012.

In the first semifinal, the winner of the Qingdao 2011 Grand Prix, XU Lili (China), the number 6 on the IJF WRL was defeated by the 2010 World Champion and the actual number 2 on the IJF WRL, UENO Yoshie (Japan). In the other semifinal, Anicka VAN EMDEN(Netherlands)lost against TANAKA Miki (Japan), the number 13 on the IJF WRL  .

Semifinals:
XU Lili (China) was defeated by UENO Yoshie (Japan); 
TANAKA Miki (Japan)won by ippon Anicka VAN EMDEN(Netherlands)
The bronze medals were won by XU Lili (China)and Anicka VAN EMDEN(Netherlands)

Final:
UENO Yoshie (Japan) won against TANAKA Miki (Japan)



Final Ranking:
1. UENO Yoshie (Japan)
2. TANAKA Miki (Japan)
3. XU Lili (China)
3. Anicka VAN EMDEN(Netherlands) 
5. TSEDEVSUREN Munkhzaya (Mongolia)
5. Edwige GWEND (Italy)
5. Yarden GERBI (Israel)
5. Ramila YUSUBOVA (Azerbaidjan)


IJF Media & Communication Department

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