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This polish tournament hosted young judoka from 25 nations and, as always, was strong with many Japanese youngsters. Naguchev also won in Follonica and Tula.
Italian young stallion Luigi Centracchio became the winner U60kg in a pool of 40 youngsters. The category U66 was even worse, or actually filled better with 45 cadets with winner Mikheili Bakhbakhashvili of Georgia. Both U55 and U66kg a Japanese opponent was defeated. Japan was superior in the young women. Slovenia won gold when Kaja Kajzer was victorious at U57kg. The final for women U57kg took long minutes of golden score for the victory to finally tip over to Kaja Kajzer of Slovenia against Helene Receveaux of France, on a somewhat confused action initiated by Receveaux but concluded on a counter by Kajzer.
Read more. The weight class U57kg is always competitive and the European women have had various aces to try to win the major international titles but since not a single European woman was able to take a World or Olympic title. Junior World Championships bronze medallist Kajzer was disqualified after six minutes of golden score for passivity as the Baku Grand Slam bronze medallist from Poland celebrated the her biggest win on the IJF circuit.
Gjakova had beaten Stoll a pair of times before and was poised to complete the hat-trick for Kosovo on the first day of competition in Uzbekistan. Funakubo Haruka of Japan remained unbeaten at the Junior World Championships as the Japanese hotshot won the event for the third time.
The defending Junior world champion won gold in and and this year made her IJF World Judo Tour debut with bronze at the Zagreb Grand Prix in July where the youngster lost on international soil for the first time.