Nourredine Yagoubi

Nourredine Yagoubi (born 8 January 1974) is an Algerian judoka.

Nourredine Yagoubi
Personal information
Born (1974-01-08) 8 January 1974
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight73 kg (161 lb)
Country Algeria
Event(s)Men's 73 kg
Nourredine Yagoubi
Medal record
Men's judo
All-Africa Games
1999 Johannesburg 73 kg
2001 Tunis 73 kg
2005 Almería 73 kg

Yagoubi represented Algeria at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney and the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. In Sydney he competed in the Men's 73 kg weight category. Yagoubi's first bout was against Kouami Sacha Denanyoh of Togo, this bout Yagoubi was the victor. In the second round of competition, Yagoubi faced eventual silver medalists Tiago Camilo of Brazil, this bout Yagoubi lost but he was later put through to the repechages. Yagoubi's first repechage bout was against Israel's Gil Offer and Yougabi won, proceeding to the next round. In his second repechage bout, Yagoubi lost to Michel Almeida of Portugal and this was his final bout of the games.

At the 2004 Summer Olympics Yagoubi once more in the Men's 73 kg weight category. Yagoubi won his first bout against Akapei Latu of Samoa 1111-0000. But in the second round he was paired up to Ukraine's Gennadiy Bilodid, this bout Yagoubi lost 0000-1000. This time round Yagoubi didn't proceed through to the repechage rounds.


YearTournamentPlaceWeight class
2005Mediterranean Games 3rdLightweight (73 kg)
2004African Judo Championships 2ndLightweight (73 kg)
2002African Judo Championships 2ndLightweight (73 kg)
2001African Judo Championships 1stLightweight (73 kg)
Mediterranean Games 3rdLightweight (73 kg)
2000African Judo Championships 1stLightweight (73 kg)
1999All-Africa Games 3rdLightweight (73 kg)
1998African Judo Championships 3rdLightweight (73 kg)
1997African Judo Championships 1stLightweight (71 kg)


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