domingo, 26 de maio de 2013

Felipe Kitadai é Bronze no World Judo Masters, Tyumen 2013

-60kg: TAKATO all smiles as he wins gold for Japan

World number one TAKATO Naohisa (JPN) emerged triumphantly from the biggest test of his burgeoning career but had to come from behind in the final against Boldbaatar GANBAT (MGL). GANBAT led with a yuko and as he looked to strike with some ashi-wazi TAKATO, who turns 20 on Thursday, was alert to the threat and countered to drive him over his rival ippon and couldn’t hide his delight at capturing the top prize on his World Judo Masters debut.
In the semi-final TAKATO, Naohisa abruptly ended the home crowd’s hopes for a finalist as he defeated Paris Grand Slam bronze medallist Beslan MUDRANOV (RUS) by ippon. In the second semi-final Samsun Grand Prix silver medallist Yeldos SMETOV (KAZ) lost out by the same manner in the third minute against GANBAT who sealed victory with a uchi-mata.

The first bronze medal was won by world number two Amiran PAPINASHVILI (GEO) who showed his quality by fighting through to repechage to triumph over Beslan MUDRANOV (RUS) by ippon. The second bronze medal was awarded to London 2012 bronze medallist Felipe KITADAI (BRA) who comprehensively defeated Yeldos SMETOV (KAZ) as he dominated the contest by scoring a yuko and waza-ari.

TAKATO, Naohisa (JPN) vs GANBAT, Boldbaatar (MGL)

Bronze Medal Fights
SMETOV, Yeldos (KAZ) vs KITADAI, Felipe (BRA)

Final Results
1. TAKATO, Naohisa (JPN)
2. GANBAT, Boldbaatar (MGL)
3. KITADAI, Felipe (BRA)
5. MUDRANOV, Beslan (RUS)
5. SMETOV, Yeldos (KAZ)
7. DASHDAVAA, Amartuvshin (MGL)
7. TELMANOV, Askhat (KAZ)

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