Judo at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

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Judo
at the 2022 Commonwealth Games
2022 Commonwealth Games Judo.svg
Judo pictogram for the Games
VenueCoventry Arena
Dates1–3 August 2022
Competitors160 from 36 nations
← 2014

Judo competitions at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, were held from 1 to 3 August 2022. This was the fifth time the sport has been on the program, since it was introduced as a demonstration sport in 1986, and made official at the next edition in 1990. Its second appearance within England specifically, spread across fourteen weight categories.Unlike other international competitions where each country can only enter one athlete per weight. Each participating country can enter up to 2 participants per weight.The sport will give two bronze medals,one for the winner from repechage and another for the athlete who won the third place event.[1]

It will be the only time that Judo will become a core sport at the Commonwealth Games, previously classified as an optional sport in three previous editions.

Schedule

The competition schedule is as follows:[1]

Preliminaries, quarter-finals, semi-finals & repechages Medal matches
Men
Date
Event
Mon 1 Tue 2 Wed 3
Session → M E M E M E
60 kg
66 kg
73 kg
81 kg
90 kg
100 kg
+100 kg
Women
Date
Event
Mon 1 Tue 2 Wed 3
Session → M E M E M E
48 kg
52 kg
57 kg
63 kg
70 kg
78 kg
+78 kg

Venue

The judo competitions was held at the Coventry Arena in Coventry.[2] The wrestling competitions will also take place there, whilst the adjacent Coventry Stadium will play host to rugby sevens.[3]

Medal summary

Medal Table

  *   Host nation (England)

RankCGAGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 England*53513
2 Canada4318
3 Australia20810
4 Scotland1124
5 South Africa1012
6 Cyprus1001
7 India0213
8 Mauritius0123
 New Zealand0123
10 Wales0112
11 Jamaica0101
 The Gambia0101
13 Northern Ireland0022
14 Malaysia0011
 Malta0011
 Pakistan0011
Totals (16 CGAs)14142856

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg
details
Ashley McKenzie
 England
Samuel Hall
 England
Josh Katz
 Australia
Vijay Kumar Yadav
 India
66 kg
details
Georgios Balarjishvili
 Cyprus
Finlay Allan
 Scotland
Nathan Katz
 Australia
Nathon Burns
 Northern Ireland
73 kg
details
Daniel Powell
 England
Faye Njie
 The Gambia
Jake Bensted
 Australia
Amir Majeed
 Malaysia
81 kg
details
Lachlan Moorhead
 England
François Gauthier-Drapeau
 Canada
Mohab El Nahas
 Canada
Uros Nikolic
 Australia
90 kg
details
Jamal Petgrave
 England
Remi Feuillet
 Mauritius
Shah Hussain Shah
 Pakistan
Harrison Cassar
 Australia
100 kg
details
Shady El Nahas
 Canada
Kyle Reyes
 Canada
Rhys Thompson
 England
Harry Lovell-Hewitt
 England
+100 kg
details
Marc Deschenes
 Canada
Kody Andrews
 New Zealand
Sebastien Perrinne
 Mauritius
Liam Park
 Australia

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Geronay Whitebooi
 South Africa
Shushila Likmabam
 India
Amy Platten
 England
Katryna Esposito
 Malta
52 kg
details
Tinka Easton
 Australia
Kelly Deguchi
 Canada
Yasmin Javadian
 Northern Ireland
Charne Griesel
 South Africa
57 kg
details
Christa Deguchi
 Canada
Acelya Toprak
 England
Christianne Legentil
 Mauritius
Malin Wilson
 Scotland
63 kg
details
Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard
 Canada
Gemma Howell
 England
Katharina Haecker
 Australia
Jasmine Hacker-Jones
 Wales
70 kg
details
Aoife Coughlan
 Australia
Ebony Drysdale Daley
 Jamaica
Katie-Jemima Yeats-Brown
 England
Kelly Petersen-Pollard
 England
78 kg
details
Emma Reid
 England
Natalie Powell
 Wales
Moira de Villiers
 New Zealand
Rachel Tytler
 Scotland
+78 kg
details
Sarah Adlington
 Scotland
Tulika Maan
 India
Sydnee Andrews
 New Zealand
Abigail Paduch
 Australia

Participating nations

There were 36 participating Commonwealth Games Associations (CGA's) in judo with a total of 160 (97 men and 63 women) athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Competition Schedule". BOCCG. Archived from the original on 2 March 2022. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Wasps to host Rugby Sevens, Judo and Wrestling at 2022 Commonwealth Games". Wasps RFC. 3 September 2019. Archived from the original on 3 March 2022. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Venues | COVENTRY ARENA". BOCCG. Archived from the original on 29 May 2022. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Judo Number of Entries by CGA" (PDF). www.results.birmingham2022.com. Birmingham Organizing Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. 30 July 2022. Retrieved 31 July 2022.

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