On the closing day of the Tbilisi Juggler Grand Slam, the Georgian giants and national champion Gila Zalashvili lined up with rivals in a mat in the + 100 lb weight class.
At first he cast a Belarusian player, then a Polish player, then a Turkish judo player IPont.
And in the final against Brazilian Rafael Silva, the young Georgian power plant didn’t give up either. To his delight he almost ditched his coach, but then he changed his mind halfway through ….
I am always ready to fight for my country and my country. I think this is the only way to live. I train hard, build up my reserves, and I always want to win. It also strengthens me mentally, gives me faith, and gives me tremendous strength, ”said the hero.
Out of 90 pounds, the classic judo game of veteran Earth warrior Marcus Niemann prevailed. In the final match, Georgian Solamanidzi also did not find the antidote.
The Swedish fought for 5 years to win her first Grand Slam gold medal, which she managed to get from FIFA president, Mariusz Wasser.
The most dangerous ladies, over 78 pounds, score a Chinese victory. Xu-shian threw rivals like chips, and so did Portugal’s Nunes in the final.
His deserved prize was presented to him by the Athletic Director of the International Federation.
The winner said “Judo is my love.” I am young, I have to train more and more, develop and prepare for competitions. Especially for the global Grand Slam series, the Olympiad. I love sorcery with passion. “
At the end of the 100-pound men’s fights, Canadian Shady Brass can stand on top of the platform. In the final match, he dealt with one of the Hungarian candidates, Solamanidze, in Kokche-Gere.
A politician from the Georgian parliament has pinned his long-awaited gold medal around the neck.
The ladies’ 78-pound fight was around the Dutch school. In the final match, Natasha Osma’s Karen Stephenson was strangled on a tatami.
The medals were awarded by the FIFA Vice President, President of Europe.
The three-day Georgian Grand Slam tournament paved the way for new and emerging talents, and presented their names to the fans. But it also provided an opportunity for “old men” in the sport to prove themselves; The claimants still have a long way to go.
The young Georgian received a special award for the most emotional weekend contestant – he even shared the emotional moment with his teammates.
Nevertheless, bid farewell to Tbilisi. This area will be back again in Antalya, Turkey, next week.
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