Three judokas come second in IJF ranking

2015-09-08 19:15:30

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The International Judo Federation (IJF) released the latest rankings of world judokas on September 1 after the 2015 World Judo Championships held in Kazakhstan.

According to the rankings, a State Honored Sportswoman and World champion M.Urantsetseg went down to second, following an Argentinean judoka Paula Pareto who grabbed a gold medal in the World Championships. Alongside M.Urantstetseg, other Mongolians D.Tomorkhuleg and D.Sumya were ranked second, in the men’s below 66 kg and women’s -57 kg categories, respectively.

A State Honored Sportsman and World champion G.Boldbaatar went down to fourth place with 1,810 points, whereas his countryman D.Amartuvshin was ranked at 8th place in the same division with 1,395 points.

Grabbing a bronze medal in the World Championships in Astana, an Olympic bronze medalist S.Nyam-Ochir lifted up to 11th place in the men’s -73 kg category, while G.Odbayar--to 14th place.

A State Honored Sportswoman M.Bundmaa was on 15th place in the women’s 52 kg, having 908 points; and Ts.Monkhzaya went up to 7th place in the women’s -63 kg division thanks to winning a bronze medal in the World Championships.