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Junior Worlds Day 4

Day 4

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-78kg: Anna Monta Olek (GER)
Anna Monta Olek (GER) and Real Van Heemst (NED) qualified for the first final of the fourth day of competition at the Junior World Championships. For both it presented a potentially very special moment, since it could be Germany’s first gold medal in Olbia and for Van Heemst it would be a great confirmation of the good form of the Dutch delegation which has already won one gold and one silver medal. Olek and Van Heemst knew one another quite well already. They met a few weeks ago during the Junior European Championships, in the final and the German judoka won. What would the results be this time? Once again Anna Monta Olek executed the perfect final, scoring a first waza-ari with her right-handed uchi-mata, followed immediately on the floor for ippon.

Final Results
1. OLEK Anna Monta (GER)
2. VAN HEEMST Yael (NED)
3. IGL Raffaela (GER)
3. RAMOS Eliza (BRA)
5. LYTVYNENKO Yelyzaveta (UKR)
5. NGELEBEYA Liz (FRA)
7. DOLGILEVICA Una (LAT)
7. PARAGULGOVA Madina (KAZ)

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-100kg: Ilia Sulamanidze (GEO)
Uzbekistan and Georgia are two major players on the World Judo Tour, so finding competitors coming from those two countries was not really a surprise. Sukhrob Rajabov (UZB) vs Ilia Sulamanidze (GEO), who moved a lot of weight to clear the patch in front of them. We had to wait until the last minute to see the first score of the final, when Ilia Sulamanidze executed a perfect okuri-ashi-barai.

Final Results
1. SULAMANIDZE Ilia (GEO)
2. RAJABOV Sukhrob (UZB)
3. KANIKOVSKIY Matvey (RUS)
3. TUROBOYEV Utkirbek (UZB)
5. ADAM Viktor (SVK)
5. KAPPELMEIER Kilian (GER)
7. SAPARBAEV Khamzat (FRA)
7. JAPARIDZE Mikheil (GEO)

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+78kg: Coralie Hayme (FRA)
Marit Kamps of the Netherlands was not really a surprise, as she arrived as the top seed here in Olbia. She joined Coralie Hayme of France in the final. Actually, the French judoka was seeded number two and so this was not a surprise either. The least that can be said is that Coralie Hayme dominated the final. Never really in danger, she controlled the kumi-kata perfectly, pushing Kamps to be penalised twice and at the right moment, the French fighter executed a low tai-otoshi to score waza-ari, one she kept until the final gong, for a well deserved junior world title.

Final Results
1. HAYME Coralie (FRA)
2. KAMPS Marit (NED)
3. OZTURK Hilal (TUR)
3. FONTAINE Lea (FRA)
5. URDANETA Amarantha (VEN)
5. PFLUGBEIL Elisabeth (GER)
7. BULAVINA Ruslana (UKR)
7. ALBOROVA Alana (RUS)

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+100kg: Saba Inaneishvili (GEO)
The last category of the day and of the individual tournament saw two countries already with at least a gold medal each, facing off for the ultimate title. In fact, before the beginning of the day, Georgia, represented by Saba Inaneishvili, was pointing at the second place in the nation ranking, with two gold medals already, with Hungary, represented by the current European Champion, Richard Sipocz, sitting with one, so far. The final was a tactical match between the strongest men of the day and they needed the golden score period to determine the winner. During normal time, only shido had been given and none of the attacks, from either side, seemed to be dangerous, until Saba Inaneishvili jumped into a tiny space to score a waza-ari and add a fourth gold medal for Georgia.

Final Results
1. INANEISHVILI Saba (GEO)
2. SIPOCZ Richard (HUN)
3. DEMETRASHVILI Irakli (GEO)
3. WITASSEK Yvo (GER)
5. MAMARASULOV Shokhrukh (UZB)
5. KONE Losseni (GER)
7. NDAO Yves (BEL)
7. LEMES DA SILVA Daniel (BRA)

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