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Judo: first medals won on the tatamis


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The second day of the judo competition brought plenty of excitement to the tatamis at the European Universities Games.

Beata Guszak from the University of Zagreb was the best in the women’s -48 kg category. Julia Rotthoff from the University of Duisburg-Essen came second, while Manon Urdiales from the University of Orleans took the bronze.

In women’s +48 to 52 kg category, the gold went to the University of Orleans thanks to Gabrielle Wuillot, Damla Caliskan from Uludag University won silver, while Jade Lewis from the British Universities & Colleges Sport won the bronze medal.

Tena Šikić from the University of Zagreb won in the +52 to 57 category. Marta Medina Ortiz from the University of Valencai finished second, while Morgane Arthuis from Pantheon-Sorbonne University won the third place.

Daniela Kazanoi from the Belarus State Pedagogical University won in the +57 to 63 kg category, Yauheniya Zaitsava from the Academy of Public Administration finished second, while Sheena Zander from the University of Dusseldorf came third.

In the men’s competition, David Pulkrabek from Charles University won in the -60 kg category. Gil Sagarzazu from the University of Valencia was second, while Vasyl Sampan from Sumy State University came in third.

In the +60 to 66 kg category, Eric Pena Artigas from the University of Barcelona finished first, the silver went to Sylvain Goulet from Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, while Petar Zadro from the Univerity of Mostar won the bronze. In the +66 to 73 kg category, Sumy State University won the gold and the silver: Artem Khoumli was first, Dmytrou Tsiukh came second, while Nikola Gusic from the University of Donja Gorica won the bronze.

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