Second Gold Medals for Uzbekistan and Brazil

On day six of the World Judo Championships, native hero Davlat Bobonov met his adoring public to signal autographs and take footage with the subsequent era of Judoka, following his superb victory the day gone by.

In addition to his adoring public, he was additionally greeted by Mr. Oybek Kasimov, the Secretary Common of the Nationwide Olympic Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

And at this time there could be but extra success for Uzbekistan, as Muzaffarbek Turoboyev flew by his preliminaries, defeating among the greatest names within the class alongside the best way. Utilizing his excessive peak to execute his unorthodox fashion, he defeated one of many stalwarts of the under100-kilo class, Michael Korrel.

Within the remaining, he confronted Kyle Reyes of Canada, himself one other shock finalist, who was decided to turn out to be Canada’s first-ever male world champion. He was on fireplace all day utilizing his pace and conventional Judo, seemingly with ease.

After an epic contest, the 11,000-capacity stadium rose to its ft to cheer Turoboyev, who immediately grew to become one other Uzbek nationwide hero.

Mr. Azizjon Kamilov, The President of the Uzbekistan Judo Federation and Vice President of the Nationwide Olympic Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan awarded the world champion his medal.

“Within the remaining, the entire venue was supporting me and it gave me plenty of energy. I felt very, excellent and I attempted so arduous to win.” Stated a proud Turoboyev.

Within the  under78 kilo class, Brazil’s veteran, Mayra Aguiar, seemed hungry to reclaim that desired pink again patch after 5 years. Unimaginable counter-attacking judo noticed her blast her well past each Jangeldina of Kazakhstan and the present Olympic champion, Japan’s Hamada Shori.

On the opposite aspect of the draw was Ma Zhenzhao of China, a younger and highly effective athlete who’s all the time harmful.

Within the remaining Aguiar executed her trademark Kosoto assault to turn out to be a three-time World Champion, along with being a two-time Olympic Bronze medallist, cementing her place as a real legend of the below 78-kilo class.

IJF Vice President and President of the Judo Union of Asia, Mr. Obaid Al Anzi awarded the medals.

“This was one thing that I actually needed to do, I deliberate proper in order that once I obtained right here, I knew that I had given all the things and carried out all the things to be excellent.” Stated an elated Aguiar.

Our ippon of the day got here from 18-year-old Yelyzaveta Lytvynenko of Ukraine, who threw the reigning Olympic Champion with an unimaginable foot sweep, utilizing minimal effort, and reaching most effectivity. 

The ultimate day of the 2022 Judo World Championships in Uzbekistan is to happen tomorrow.

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