UAE sport is counting on the judo players, Victor Sktov and Ivan Romanenko, to achieve a new medal for the UAE sport, during their expected participation in the Olympic Games scheduled in Japan “Tokyo 2020”, which begins next Friday and will continue until the eighth of next August, similar to that. What she achieved in the previous Olympic Games, which was held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro in 2016, when the player Toma Sergio managed to win the bronze medal in the under-81 kg.
Victor competes in under 73 kg, while Ivan Romanenko participates in under 100 kg, knowing that Victor qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, through his world classification, and Ivan through his continental classification, as the Wrestling and Judo Federation places great confidence in both champions, in order to appear The supervisor of the upcoming Olympics, achieving the desired hopes and ambitions, and the judo team finally finished an external training camp in Moldova. For his part, the Secretary-General of the Wrestling and Judo Federation, Nasser Al-Tamimi, told “Emirates Today” that their ambition in the next Olympics is to win a medal to be a new achievement for judo and for the sport of the Emirates, noting that the preparation of the players is going well, and they are confident that their preparations for this event will be completed.
The champion Victor, who recently achieved positive results through his expected participation in the Olympics, is looking forward to achieving a new achievement in the largest event at the world level, noting that Victor’s most prominent achievements in the recent period were to achieve the bronze medal in the Asian Games that were held in Indonesia. in 2018.
In July 2019, he won the second place and the silver medal, in the weight of under 73 kg, at the Grand Prix Championship, which was held in the Canadian city of Montreal.
In May 2021, he also won third place and a bronze medal in the under 73 kg weight class, in the Russian Judo Championships in Kazan Grand Slam. In April 2021, he also won the bronze medal in the Asian and Oceania Grand Championships, which was held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Victor won the third place in the Grand Slam championship, which was held in 2021, and also won the bronze medal in the judo championship that was held in Mongolia in 2013.
In November 2018, he won the third place and the bronze medal in the Grand Slam Championship, which was held in the Uzbek capital Tashkent.
For his part, champion Ivan Romanenko, whose achievement of fifth place in the Grand Slam championship, which was held this year, is his best achievement, is looking forward to a new appearance with the judo team, by working to achieve a new achievement for the UAE, knowing that Ivan’s injury In the last period, which kept him away from participations for about seven months, this led to a decline in his level.
• Victor won the bronze medal in the Asian Games “Indonesia 2018”.
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