Five medals out of seven were won by the representatives of the Olbiese judo, two golds, one silver and two bronze medals. There are many clubs and athletes involved in this, hopefully, rebirth of post-Covid youth judo.
“We have seen many good encounters – commented the maestro Angelo Calvisi -, our Frencesco Spano, gold in the 45 kilos that for him who arrives in the final with his teammate Riccardo Nappo who is classified in 2nd place behind his teammate .
Jacopo Merone reconquers the gold in the 60 kilos.esord.B and Diego Langiu a good bronze in the 55kg debut.B (the most numerous and fierce category. Another bronze was, then, conquered by Gabriele Piccinnu in the 46 kilos.
Definitely positive and auspicious for the future (the third phase of the grand prix will be staged at the end of September in olbia) of the boys who performed well technically and competitively in the new competitive stage.
They did not manage to get on the podium, but they still won some matches by finishing in 5th place, the athletes Dennis Canu kg. 55, and Andrea Piccinnu in the 50 kilos, both authors of a good performance, and who will surely do it again in the next stage of the grand prix circuit.
“We are very satisfied – then concluded Maestro Calvisi – for these results obtained in the various regional competitions for the youth classes 12/14 years”. Meanwhile, training with 5 daily shifts in the Olbia kan judo gym will continue until 1 July, and then reopen on 1 September after the summer break.
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