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5th November 2011.
Junior World Judo Championship, Cape Town 2011 - DAY 3 Results
Today was the third day of competition in Cape Town on the occasion of the Junior World Judo Championship. Women's -63kg and -70kg and Men's -81kg and -90kg.
Women's -63kg: Ota over the top!
From the beginning of the final, the match seemed to be a one-way ticket to the gold for the Japanese, who largely dominated her opponent Halima MOHAMED-SEGHIR (POL) and scored ippon one minute before the end, giving a eights gold medal to Japan.
The two semi finals opposed Kateryna LYALINA (UKR), bronze medallist at the continental Cadets in 2009, and Haruna OTA (JPN) in the upper part of the draw, and the 19 year-old Halima MOHAMED-SEGHIR (POL) and Katiejemima YEATSBROWN (GBR), winner of the continental cadet championship in 2011 in the second half of the draw. From last year Junior World Championship in Agadir, the two bronze medallists were fighting in Cape Town, but none of them were able to reach the final block of the competition, Kathrin UNTERWURZACHER (AUT) being defeated during the first round by OTA (JPN) and Jialing ZHENG (CHN) being beaten by Milane KERCKHOVE (BEL) at the second round of the competition. In the category, Clarisse AGBEGNENOU, from France, was the one to beat as she already obtained several very good results in the senior age category (gold medal on the occasion of the Judo Grand Prix, Abu Dhabi 2011), and until the quarter final, nobody seemed to be able to beat her, but the Japanese, who after two minute scored with a powerful technic, before immobilizing the French for ippon. After the repackages, Agbegnenou, who came for the gold medal, could obtained a beautiful bronze medal, and drop some tears, Kateryna LYALINA (UKR) winning the second bronze. It must be noted the very good performance of the South African athlete, Esmarie PRETORIUS, who obtained a very good 7th place, in front of her public. 
 
Final
OTA, Haruna (JPN) vs. MOHAMED-SEGHIR, Halima (POL)
 
Semi-Finals
LYALINA, Kateryna (UKR) vs. OTA, Haruna (JPN)
MOHAMED-SEGHIR, Halima (POL) vs. YEATSBROWN, Katiejemima (GBR)
 
Bronze medal fights
AGBEGNENOU, Clarisse (FRA) vs. YEATSBROWN, Katiejemima (GBR)
ANDRIANTIANA, Brenda (MAD) vs. LYALINA, Kateryna (UKR)
 
Repechage finals
KERCKHOVE, Milane (BEL) vs. AGBEGNENOU, Clarisse (FRA)
PRETORIUS, Esmarie (RSA) vs. ANDRIANTIANA, Brenda (MAD)
 
Final Results
1. OTA, Haruna (JPN)
2. MOHAMED-SEGHIR, Halima (POL)
3. AGBEGNENOU, Clarisse (FRA)
3. LYALINA, Kateryna (UKR)
5. YEATSBROWN, Katiejemima (GBR)
5. ANDRIANTIANA, Brenda (MAD)
7. KERCKHOVE, Milane (BEL)
7. PRETORIUS, Esmarie (RSA)
 
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Men's -81kg: Acrobatic Victory for MARUYAMA
Before the first minute in the final, the Japanese launched his first acrobatic left-handed uchi-mata, that the Russian Albert KOSTOEV could avoid. The match then continued on a very high rhythm, the Russian trying to score with his right handed sumi-gaeshi, event if just before the last 30 seconds, both fighters were penalized with a shido. The end of the fight was approaching, when Goki MARUYAMA tried a very last spectacular uchi-mata and scored the so awaited ippon synonym of the ninth victory for Japan. 
In the category, the only medallist from last year world championship in Agadir still competing in 2011 was Krisztian TOTH, from Hungary, and once again he had a really good day of competition in Cape Town until the semi-final, going through the preliminaries by beating Baasandorj SELENGE (MGL), Robin REIBEDANZ (GER), Yacine LADOUR (ALG) and Khavambay KHOVDAL (KAZ). In the semi-final he was opposed to the 19 year-old athlete from Russia Albert KOSTOEV, bronze medallist at the European U20 Championships in 2011. In the other semi-final, the finalist of the European U20 Championship 2011, Max MUENSTERBERG (GER) was opposed to the 19 year-old Japanese Goki MARUYAMA. The two bronze medals were attributed to Beka GVINIASHVILI (GEO) and Khavambay KHOVDAL (KAZ).
 
 
Final
MARUYAMA, Goki (JPN) vs. KOSTOEV, Albert (RUS)
 
Semi-Finals
MUENSTERBERG, Max (GER) vs. MARUYAMA, Goki (JPN)
TOTH, Krisztian (HUN) vs. KOSTOEV, Albert (RUS)
 
Bronze medal fights
GVINIASHVILI, Beka (GEO) vs. TOTH, Krisztian (HUN)
KHOVDAL, Khavambay (KAZ) vs. MUENSTERBERG, Max (GER)
 
Repechage finals
GVINIASHVILI, Beka (GEO) vs. LKHAGVASUREN, Otgonbaatar (MGL)
KHOVDAL, Khavambay (KAZ) vs. MYRONENKO, Igor (UKR)
 
Final Results
1. MARUYAMA, Goki (JPN) 
2. KOSTOEV, Albert (RUS)
3. GVINIASHVILI, Beka (GEO)
3. KHOVDAL, Khavambay (KAZ)
5. TOTH, Krisztian (HUN)
5. MUENSTERBERG, Max (GER)
7. LKHAGVASUREN, Otgonbaatar (MGL)
7. MYRONENKO, Igor (UKR)
 
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Women's -70kg: First Gold for Austria
Naranjargal TSEND AYUSH (MGL) will probably be disappointed after her final against Bernadette GRAF (AUT). After a fantastic semi-final concluded with an outstanding ippon, she entered the tatami decided to win the title. But that was not the choice of the Austrian, who took advantage of a big mistake of the Mongolian and immobilized her on the edge of the tatami, giving the first Junior world title to Austria, here in Cape Town.
In the category, none of the medallist from last year Junior world Championship, Agadir 2010, were still present in Cape Town. Therefore, the draw table was totally open to new champions. The first semi-final opposed the very young Lisa SCHNEIDER (GER) only aged 17, winner of several medals at the european level in 2011, and the asian Junior Champion of this year, Naranjargal TSEND AYUSH (MGL). But after the domination of Japan during the first two days of competition (7 gold medals), the surprise came from Gulnoza MATNIYAZOVA (UZB), who eliminated Kumiko YUKI (JPN), winner of this year European Cup U20 in Lyon. After her performance Gulnoza MATNIYAZOVA was also defeated and had to enter the repechages. The second semi-final of the day opposed the Austrian Senior National Champion, Bernadette GRAF, and Rong CHEN, from China. The two bronze medals were attributed to CHEN, Rong (CHN) and SCHNEIDER, Lisa (GER).
 
 
Final
TSEND AYUSH, Naranjargal (MGL) vs. GRAF, Bernadette (AUT)
 
Semi-Finals
SCHNEIDER, Lisa (GER) vs. TSEND AYUSH, Naranjargal (MGL)
GRAF, Bernadette (AUT) vs. CHEN, Rong (CHN)
 
Bronze medal fights
PERROT, Lucie (FRA) vs. CHEN, Rong (CHN)
MATIC, Barbara (CRO) vs. SCHNEIDER, Lisa (GER)
 
Repechage finals
PERROT, Lucie (FRA) vs. MATNIYAZOVA, Gulnoza (UZB)
POSVITE, Fanny Estelle (FRA) vs. MATIC, Barbara (CRO)
 
Final Results
1. GRAF, Bernadette (AUT)
2. TSEND AYUSH, Naranjargal (MGL)
3. CHEN, Rong (CHN)
3. SCHNEIDER, Lisa (GER)
5. PERROT, Lucie (FRA)
5. MATIC, Barbara (CRO)
7. MATNIYAZOVA, Gulnoza (UZB)
7. POSVITE, Fanny Estelle (FRA)
 
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Men's -90kg: Double World Champion for Russia
For the last final of the third day of competition, in Cape Town, the two Russian athletes were qualified after having cleaned the two half of the draw. Knowing one-another very well, the match seemed to be very tight, when suddenly Kazbek ZANKISHIEV launched an amazing and terrific shoulder movement, that sent into the air Khusen KHALMURZAEV, who landed on his back for ippon. 
In the last category of the day, there was also no medallist from last year Junior World Championship still competing, all of them having now entered the seniors. For the second time during that third day of competition, the Japanese fighter was also defeated by the Junior European Champion, Khusen KHALMURZAEV (RUS), who entered the semi-finals against the National Junior Champion of the Netherlands, Michael KORREL. In the second half of the draw, Russia placed a second fighter Kazbek ZANKISHIEV (RUS) in the final four, the fourth qualified athlete being Ben FLETCHER (GBR), Junior National Champion. The last two bronze medals of the day were attributed to FLETCHER, Ben (GBR) and RETYNSKYY, Stanislav (UKR).
 
 
Final
KHALMURZAEV, Khusen (RUS) vs. ZANKISHIEV, Kazbek (RUS)
 
Semi-Finals
KORREL, Michael (NED) vs. KHALMURZAEV, Khusen (RUS)
ZANKISHIEV, Kazbek (RUS) vs. FLETCHER, Ben (GBR)
 
Bronze medal fights
NAGAKURA, Yuki (JPN) vs. FLETCHER, Ben (GBR)
RETYNSKYY, Stanislav (UKR) vs. KORREL, Michael (NED)
 
Repechage finals
VAN NUFFEL, Dylan (BEL) vs. NAGAKURA, Yuki (JPN)
RETYNSKYY, Stanislav (UKR) vs. YESSEN, Samat (KAZ)
 
Final Results
1. ZANKISHIEV, Kazbek (RUS)
2. KHALMURZAEV, Khusen (RUS)
3. FLETCHER, Ben (GBR)
3. RETYNSKYY, Stanislav (UKR)
5. NAGAKURA, Yuki (JPN)
5. KORREL, Michael (NED)
7. VAN NUFFEL, Dylan (BEL)
7. YESSEN, Samat (KAZ)

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