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Ivaylo Ivanov (July 20, 1994 -) is a judo athlete from Montana, Bulgaria.The class is 81 kg.180 cm high.

He won the 2010 European Card Championships in the 73 kg category.In 2013, he won the third place in the European Junior 81 kg class and won the U23 European Championship.In 2015, he won his first IJF World Judo Tour victory in the Grand Slam Abu Dhabi.In 2016, he was runner-up in the Paris Grand Slam, won the Samsung Grand Prix, and finished third in the European Championship and Tokyo Grand Slam.At the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, he ranked seventh in the quarter-finals, losing to Travis Stevens of the United States.In 2019, he won the Marrakesh Grand Prix and the World Military Games championships, and was runner-up in the Baku Grand Slam.He finished second in the 2020 European Championships.That is the 2021 World Masters.At the Tokyo Olympic Games held in the Nippon Budokan in July, he lost to Uzbekistan’s Sharovidin Bortaboev in the third round.In the Sambo World Championships, he won 3rd and 2nd in the 82 kg competition in 2013 and 2014.The IJF world ranking ranks 12th with 2932 points (as of 21/8/16).

2010-European Judo Championships (73 kg class) 2013-2013 third place in the European Junior Group-2015 U23 European Championship-2015 Abu Dawei Grand Slam champion-2015 U23 European Championship Second place-2016 Qingdao Grand Prix 3rd Paris Grand Slam 2016 2nd Düsseldorf Grand Prix 2016 3rd-2016 Samsung Grand Prix-2016 European Championship 3rd Baku Grand Prix Slam 2016 7th Rio de Janeiro Olympics 2016 3rd Tokyo Grand Slam 3rd Düsseldorf Grand Slam 19th Düsseldorf Grand Prix 3-Tel Aviv Grand Prix 2019 2nd Grand Slam Horse Lakash Grand Prix Champion 2019 Baku Grand Prix 2019 Grand Slam Grand Prix Budapest Grand Prix 2019 Third World Military Games Champion 2020 European Championship 2021 Second World Masters third place.

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