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National medals for an endless quarry

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The Spanish Championship for children and cadet Held in Madrid, it gave the great joys of the year to Alto Aragonese judo, with ten medals for its athletes. Got golds Carlos Martín, Pau Vigueras (CJ Huesca), Alba Ramírez and Javier Benedí (Ibón)

And went silver Laura González (CJ Huesca), David Marí (Ibón), Yesenia padilla (CJ Binéfar) And bronzes, Mama Coulabaly, Romanian Vicente (CJBinéfar), Eduardo Miranda (CJ Huesca),

These good results made the Aragon children’s team was runner-up in Spain by autonomy, tied with the first, Catalonia.

Aragonese representation in the Judo Championship of Spain for Children and Cadets.

At Junior Spanish Championship Alba Ramírez and Raquel Miret (Ibón) climbed to the third step of the podium on their weights. And the same achievement obtained Moussa Macalou, of Binéfar.

At Absolute Spanish Championship the only Alto Aragonese representatives were Raquel Miret, seventh, and Elena Catalan.

Four judokas from the EJSamurai de Huesca participated in the Veterans Judo Spanish Championship in Salamanca lands. Pablo Bitrián won the runner-up in Spain, and Joseba Díaz, Jesús Ferrando and Iván Ruiz they got bronze medals.

The Binéfar Judo Club played the National Team League and he stayed very close to the ascent, when he was fourth in the men’s Third Division.

There was also numerous medals of athletes from the province in the Spanish Cup disputed throughout the season.

And there was representation from Alto Aragonese in international competitions, such as that of Coimbra, where the cadets Alba Ramírez and Lorién Jiménez got a silver and a bronze.

The barbastrense Moussa Macalou and the binefarense Sergio garcia have obtained this season a scholarship at the CAR of Madrid to “train alongside the best” in high-level facilities.

In addition, in Tokyo Paralympic Games the judoka from Zaragoza Sergio Ibáñez hung himself an extraordinary silver medal, a metal that had some guilt who has been his coach throughout this cycle, the binefarense Raúl Clemente.


In Nanbudo, the most important of the year has been the Appointment of Ama Lara from Huesca as president of the National Committee of Nanbudo Degrees in Spain, created after two years of work. This committee already conducts the first, second and third DAN black belt grade passing exams. The National Commission of Degrees, is also formed Fernando Barcos and José Clavería.

There was recently a kata tournament in Huesca which meant the return to face-to-face competition, after a long period.


The Alto Aragonese had an outstanding participation in the Spanish Kickboxing Championship in the modality of Tatami Sport, with ten medals. It was proclaimed champion of Spain Ana Llurda, Altorricón in Light Contact, which was also bronze in Pointfight. Sofía Blanco and Luis Serna got silver medals and went bronze Jorge Saz, Álvaro Prat, Fernando Adán, Fernando Sorinas and Mohamed Amine.

They also had an outstanding performance at the International of Spain in Benidorm where Ángel Alcobas reappeared after injury.


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