European Judo Championships

European Judo Championships is the Judo European Championship organized by the European Judo Union.[1][2]

European Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2019 European Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeJudo, biennial
OrganiserEuropean Judo Union (EJU)
History
First edition1951 in Paris, France
Editions53 (2017)
Most wins France - 335 medals
(144 gold medals)

The 2015 edition was held during the European Games. This is also expected in the 2019 edition in Minsk, Belarus.

List of tournaments

Mixed competitions

n° M n° W Edition Dates City and host country Venue
361319877–10 May Paris, France
3714198819–22 May Pamplona, SpainPolideportivo Arrosadía
3815198911–14 May Helsinki, Finland
3916199010–13 May Frankfurt, Germany
4017199116–19 May Prague, Czechoslovakia
411819924–7 May Paris, FranceStade Pierre de Coubertin
421919931–2 May Athens, Greece
4320199419–22 May Gdańsk, Poland
4421199511–14 May Birmingham, United Kingdom
4522199616–19 May Hague, Netherlands
462319978–11 May Ostend, Belgium
4724199814–17 May Oviedo, SpainPalacio Municipal de Deportes de Oviedo
4825199920–23 May Bratislava, Slovakia
4926200018–21 May Wrocław, PolandCentennial Hall
5027200118–20 May Paris, FranceAccorHotels Arena
5128200216–18 May Maribor, Slovenia
5229200316–18 May Düsseldorf, GermanyPhilips Halle
5330200414–16 May Bucharest, RomaniaPolyvalent Hall
5431200520–22 May Rotterdam, NetherlandsTopsportcentrum Rotterdam
5532200626–28 May Tampere, FinlandTampere Ice Stadium
563320076–8 April Belgrade, SerbiaKombank Arena
5734200811–13 April Lisbon, PortugalMEO Arena
5835200924–26 April Tbilisi, GeorgiaTbilisi Sports Palace
5936201022–25 April Vienna, AustriaFerry-Dusika-Hallenstadion
6037201121–24 April Istanbul, TurkeyAbdi İpekçi Arena
6138201226–29 April Chelyabinsk, RussiaTraktor Ice Arena
6239201325–28 April Budapest, HungaryLászló Papp Budapest Sports Arena
6340201424–27 April Montpellier, FrancePark&Suites Arena
6441201525–28 June Baku, AzerbaijanHeydar Aliyev Sports and Exhibition Complex
6542201621–24 April Kazan, RussiaTatNeft Arena
6643201720–23 April Warsaw, PolandTorwar Hall
6744201826–28 April Tel Aviv, Israelpavilion 2, Tel Aviv Convention Center
6845201922–25 June Minsk, BelarusČyžoŭka-Arena
6946202024–26 April Prague, Czech republicO2 Arena
70472021April Lisbon, PortugalAltice Arena
71482022April
72492023June Krakow, PolandTauron Arena

All-time medal table

As 2018

Judo Individual European Championships
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)194135216545
2 Netherlands (NED)9766137300
3 Germany (GER)94107245446
4 Soviet Union (URS)755467196
5 Russia (RUS)554770172
6 Great Britain (GBR)4965116230
7 Belgium (BEL)443681161
8 Italy (ITA)265180157
9 Austria (AUT)263469129
10 Spain (ESP)252963117
11 Georgia (GEO)24274091
12 Poland (POL)192974122
13 Romania (ROU)19112959
14 Hungary (HUN)17314896
15 Ukraine (UKR)1182241
16 Portugal (POR)1061430
17 Azerbaijan (AZE)9131234
18 Slovenia (SLO)892643
19 Israel (ISR)862640
20 Turkey (TUR)832839
21  Switzerland (SUI)792137
22 Belarus (BLR)672437
23 Czech Republic (CZE)5122845
24 Kosovo (KOS)53412
25 Finland (FIN)35614
26 Estonia (EST)341219
27 Armenia (ARM)2349
28 Greece (GRE)2259
29 Albania (ALB)2237
 CIS (CIS)2237
31 Yugoslavia (YUG)181625
32 Bulgaria (BUL)171826
33 Sweden (SWE)161926
34 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)1225
35 Serbia (SRB)1214
36IJF1034
37 England (ENG)1001
38 Moldova (MDA)0448
39 Latvia (LAT)03710
40 Slovakia (SVK)0336
41 Denmark (DEN)01910
42 Lithuania (LTU)0156
43 Croatia (CRO)0145
44 Cyprus (CYP)0033
45 Ireland (IRL)0011
Totals (45 nations)86285416683384
Judo Team European Championships
Men Women Combined Total
Rank Judo National Team Total Total Total
1  France 19201251 216330 40261581
2  Soviet Union 166426 0000 166426
3  Georgia 91414 0000 91414
4  Netherlands 5101025 22812 7121837
5  Great Britain 451120 37111 7121231
6  Russia 37818 33410 6101228
7  Germany 452231 05914 4103045
8  Belgium 0077 2226 22913
9  Italy 1089 1089 201618
10  Poland 0044 1438 14712
11  Hungary 1113 0020 1135
12  Ukraine 1067 0033 10910
13  Israel 1001 0000 1001
14  Spain 0325 0246 05611
15  Austria 0235 0022 0257
16  Belarus 0224 0011 0235
17  Romania 0022 0101 0123
18  Portugal 0101 0001 0101
19  Turkey 0022 0022 0044
20  Czech Republic 0022 0011 0033
21  Slovenia 0000 0022 0022
22 Unified Team 0011 0011 0022
22  Yugoslavia 0022 0000 0022
24  Azerbaijan 0011 0000 0011
24  Croatia 0000 0011 0011
24  Serbia 0000 0011 0011
24   Switzerland 0011 0000 0011

References

  1. "UFC pulls support of European Judo Championships". Retrieved 6 September 2017.
  2. Guttmann, Allen (6 September 2017). "Japanese Sports: A History". University of Hawaii Press. Retrieved 6 September 2017 via Google Books.

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