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DM in Stuttgart: finally normal championships again

The SCHARRena is the scene of the national title fights for the fifth time. 312 athletes – 200 men and 112 women – are registered for the national judo highlight. “I very much hope that we will finally experience ‘normal’ championships without restrictions again,” hopes Martin Bobert, President of the host national association.

The following athletes from the Olympic and perspective squad of the DJB are registered for the German Championships:

Women
Katharina Menz, TSG Backnang (up to 48 kg)
Seija Ballhaus, TSV Großhadern (up to 57 kg)
Annabelle Winzig, HTG Bad Homburg (up to 63 kg)
Teresa Zenker, SV Halle (up to 78 kg)
Raffaela Igl, TSV Abensberg (up to 78 kg)
Jasmin Grabowski, 1st JC Zweibrücken (over 78 kg)

men
Moritz Plafky, JC Hennef (up to 60 kg)
Lennart Slamberger, JC Leipzig (up to 66 kg)
Alexander Gabler, Remscheider TV (up to 73 kg)
Anthony Zingg, TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen (bis 73 kg)
Jano Rubo, SSF Bonn (bis 73 kg)
Schamil Dzavbatyrov, TSV Großhadern (up to 81 kg)
Tim Gramkow, TKJ Sarstedt (up to 81 kg)
Timo Cavelius, PTSV Hof (bis 81 kg)
Alexander Wieczerzak, JC Wiesbaden (up to 90 kg)
Tim Schmidt, UJKC Potsdam (bis 90 kg)
Louis May, 1st Mannheim JC (up to 100 kg)
Erik Abramov, UJKC Potsdam (over 100 kg)
Jonas Schreiber, Sports Union Annen (over 100 kg)
Losseni Kone, SC Alstertal-Langenhorn (over 100 kg)
Yvo Witassek, UJKC Potsdam (over 100 kg)

The defending champions in Stuttgart are Sarah Ischt from VfL Wolfsburg (up to 48 kg), Nadja Bazynski from TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen (up to 63 kg), Julie Hölterhoff from Homburger TG (up to 70 kg), Teresa Zenker from SV Halle (up to 78 kg ), Maximilian Heyder from JC Naisa (up to 60 kg), Tim Gramkow from TKJ Sarstedt (up to 81 kg), Tim Schmidt from UJKC Potsdam (up to 90 kg) and Dario Kurbjeweit-Garcia from TSV Großhadern (up to 100 kg) at the start .

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Mascha Ballhaus, Caroline Fritze, Pauline Starke, Miriam Butkereit, Alina Böhm and Sven Heinle are fighting at the same time at the Judo Grand Slam in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) and will be absent from the national championships this year.

Schedule of the German Championships

Saturday 25 June 2022

Females -57, -63, -70 kg
Men -73, -81, -90 kg

9:00 a.m. preliminary round, final round and award ceremony women -57, -63, -70 kg
2:30 p.m. Opening
3:00 p.m. preliminary round, final round and award ceremony men -73, -81, -90 kg

Sunday 26 June 2022

Females -48, -52, -78, +78 kg
Men -60, -66, -100, +100 kg

9:00 a.m. preliminary round, final round and award ceremony men -60, -66, -100, +100 kg
3:00 p.m. Preliminary round, final round and winner’s competition women -48, -52, -78, +78 kg

tickets for the Judo-DM cost 15.00 euros (day ticket adults from 18 years) or eight euros (day ticket young people four to 17 years). Children up to the age of three have free admission. VIP tickets are available for EUR 70.00 (admission including access to the VIP grandstand and VIP area with free food and drinks) per day. All tickets are available via the EASY TICKET SERVICE (www.easyticket.de / Phone 0711-2555555 or via the office of the Württemberg Judo Association (Phone 07151-561250 / email: t.schmid@wjv.de). Special offers for clubs can also be ordered there.

Livestream: https://sportdeutschland.tv/djb

Results and competition lists

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