Reached the end of the first day of the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf, this day can be called sensational!
On the mat reigned incredible atmosphere, one by one the leaders of their respective weight categories make mistakes and dropped out of the fight for the medals. For example in the category up to 60 kg in the first round eliminated the reigning world champion Mongol Boldbaatar Ganbat technically losing young Spaniard Francisco Garrigos. Repeated success Ganbat - bronze medalist 2013 World Orhan Safarov and Asian Games champion this year Kazakh Eldos Smetov, and lost in the first meeting. A little further managed to break a world champion in 2013 Japanese Naohisa Takato, in the struggle for access to the quarterfinals he lost to Kazakh athlete Rustam Ibraev. Coped with their hopes for a team - Japanese Toru Shishime and won the gold medal of the tournament. Silver on account of a South Korean judoka - Won-Jin Kim. Bronze medal was shared by the offender Takato - Rustam Ibraev and the representative of Brazil Phelipe Pelim.
In the category up to 66 kg was not equal to the Japanese Kengo Takaichi, an appointment for a meeting, he shows a beautiful fight, and easily reached the final. Kengo opponent in the final was none other than the champion of the Asian Games in 2014 Mongol Tumurhuleg Davaadorj. Davaadorj on the way to the final, knocked the young Japanese Hifume Abe, and in the semi-finals Frenchman David Larose. Finals promised to be interesting, but, alas, the Japanese technical victory, 3 for 2 Shido. Bronze counts Georgian Vazhy Margvelashvili, who noticed the error Russians Yakub Shamilov. The second bronze medal for South Korean Ana Baul.
Tomorrow will be another amazing day truly beautiful judo. The tournament beginning at 9:30 am local time.
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