March 30, 2023

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Britain tops Abu Dhabi Grand Slam judo championship

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The Abu Dhabi 50th Grand Slam Judo Championship concludes this evening at the Jujitsu Stadium in Saeed Sports City, organized by the Emirates Wrestling and Judo Federation under the auspices of the International Judo Federation, with the support of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council. Participation of 41 countries from different continents. Two more gold, with a lower number of other color medals, and third, France with one gold.

Jaber Mohammed bin Ghanem al – Swaidi, director of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Court and chairman of the Abu Dhabi Housing Commission, and Mohammed bin Taloub al – Tarai, chairman and chairman of the Board of Directors of the Wrestling and Judo Federation. The High Level Organizing Committee of the Championship yesterday saw the second day of matches with the Vice President of the International Judo Federation Obaid Al Ansi and the President of the International Judo Federation Shahr Noman, the Arab Federation and the Secretary General Nasser Al-Tamimi. Treasurer of the Judo Federation, International Judo Federation and Director of Competition.

During yesterday’s matches, the UAE national team players achieved unexpected results, with Saeed Al-Nakbi placing 11th with Moldovan champion Usmanov Adele in the under-73 weight category with his first international participation. Ranked in the classification, and Khalifa al-Hosani lost his match against Tajik Sarganov Mohammed Rahim in the under-73kg category, following which he lost to Mosbe al-Shamsi, Slovenian Mizloc Jose.

Saudi Hamad Suleiman won his opening round match against the Australian backseat jack in the under-73kg category, but he lost to Uzbekistan’s Tarif Kagma Talo in the semifinals.

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In the women’s 57kg category, Portugal’s Thelma Monteiro won gold, beating France’s Priscilla Knotto, while Moldavian Fierro Denis won 66m and Russia’s Ismail Misro won gold, while Italy’s Asunta Scott won gold. In the under 48 kg category, he defeated Sherin Buckley of France.

With the exception of Abdul Rahman Hareb Zuma, who meets Canadian tennis player Denis Mark over 100kg, the focus today is on our player Ali Hassan al-Dharmagi, who is facing a strong confrontation against Finn Marty Bomalinen.