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User contribution – St. Pöltner at the Judo State Championship Lower Austria

Long postponed

For a long time it was postponed again and again due to the contact restrictions and now it has finally taken place again for two years, the Lower Austria Judo State Championship. For the St. Pöltner judoka, this was also the first major and important tournament, since the performances shown at this tournament are a criterion for the formation of the squad. Seven judoka from UNION Judo Mifune St. Pölten tried to give their best at the tournament.

No success among the younger ones

Unfortunately, the three youngest among them in the U10 and U12 age groups (Janos Waidmayer-Nagy, Moisej Orunbaev and Julian Röszler) could not assert themselves against their opponents. But you could see from their fights that there was potential. So all three of them only have to continue on their previous path and train diligently in order to expand and consolidate their technical repertoire.

Placements in the U14 and U16

In the age groups U14 and U16 the result looked better. All three fighters managed to get a placement there. Leonard Koch fought his way up to 2nd place, Timotej Ambichl and Abdul-Rachim Amchadov both finished 3rd.

Divided into two age groups

From a certain age you are also free to compete in the higher age groups. Emmanuil Orunbaev therefore took on the challenge of competing in the age groups U21 and AK. In the general class he won a fight with ease, but the remaining opponents were still too strong for him. However, Emmanuil managed to prevail in the U21 age group and won 2nd place.

All photos are on the UNION Judo Mifune St. Pölten website www.judo-mifune.at to find.

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– Daniel Spiegel, St. Pölten

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