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Judo at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games:

Men's Extra-Lightweight

Judo at the 2016 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

Events:

Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Carioca Arena 2, Barra Olympic Park, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 6, 2016
Date Finished: August 6, 2016

Gold: RUS Beslan Mudranov
Silver: KAZ Yeldos Smetov
Bronze: JPN Naohisa Takato
UZB Diyorbek Urozboyev

Summary

One of the major upsets of the 2016 Judo competition was the victory of Russia’s [Beslan Mudranov], who won his country’s first gold medal in Rio. In the quarter-finals he met top-seeded [Kim Won-Jin] from Korea and scored a decisive Ippon (full point) with Ura-nage (back throw) after 4:33 min. The 30-year-old Mudranov was only ranked 16, but was by no means an unknown. He was the silver medalist at the 2014 World Championships and took the title at the 2012 and 2014 European Championships, as well as at the 2015 European Games. Kim had to go home empty handed after being defeated by Japan’s [Naohisa Takato] in the bronze medal bout. The second bronze medal went to Uzbek [Diyorbek Urozboev]. In the final, number four ranked [Yeldos Smetov] of Kazakhstan and Mudranov received neither a score nor a penalty during the full normal contest time of 5 minutes. But 0:44 min into the Golden Score period, Mudranov applied a Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi (Propping and drawing ankle throw) which gave him the decisive Waza-ari (half point).

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Beslan Mudranov 30 Russia RUS Gold
2 Yeldos Smetov 23 Kazakhstan KAZ Silver
3T Naohisa Takato 23 Japan JPN Bronze
3T Diyorbek Urozboyev 22 Uzbekistan UZB Bronze
5T Orxan Səfərov 24 Azerbaijan AZE
5T Amiran Papinashvili 28 Georgia GEO
7T Kim Won-Jin 24 South Korea KOR
7T Felipe Kitadai 27 Brazil BRA
9T Tsend-Ochiryn Tsogtbaatar 20 Mongolia MGL
9T Hovhannes Davtyan 32 Armenia ARM
9T Pavel Petřikov 30 Czech Republic CZE
9T Yanislav Gerchev 26 Bulgaria BUL
9T Otar Bestayev 24 Kyrgyzstan KGZ
9T Tobias Englmaier 28 Germany GER
9T Ashley McKenzie 27 Great Britain GBR
9T Ludovic Chammartin 31 Switzerland SUI
17T Elios Manzi 20 Italy ITA
17T Juho Reinvall 27 Finland FIN
17T Jeroen Mooren 31 Netherlands NED
17T Ludwig Paischer 34 Austria AUT
17T Yann Siccardi 30 Monaco MON
17T Gavin Mogopa 20 Botswana BOT
17T Sergio Pessoa 27 Canada CAN
17T Tsai Ming-Yen 20 Chinese Taipei TPE
17T Juan Postigos 27 Peru PER
17T Ahmed Abdelrahman 20 Egypt EGY
17T Walide Khyar 21 France FRA
17T Francisco Garrigós 21 Spain ESP
17T Mohamed El-Kawisah 29 Libya LBA
17T Bekir Özlü 27 Turkey TUR
17T Joshua Katz 18 Australia AUS
17T Lenin Preciado 22 Ecuador ECU
33T José Ramos 21 Guatemala GUA
33T Soukphaxay Sithisane 20 Laos LAO
33T Simon Yacoub 27 Palestine PLE