Among the Strongest
The stages of the Grand Prix of judo and the World Cup in parajudo have taken place in Tashkent. Uzbekistan secured the silver position in the team event, while the parajudokas of our country proved second to no one.
According to the results of three competitive days of the Grand Prix stage in Tashkent, the Uzbekistan national team won one gold, two silver and nine bronze medals. The best was the squad of Israel (three gold, one silver and bronze). The Mongolia lineup (one gold, two silver and bronze) closed the top three strongest list.
On the third final day of the competition our Dilshod Choriev took the second place in the weight category up to 90 kg. In the final he lost to the Tajik athlete Komronshokh Ustopiriyon.
Bronze medalists in the category of up to 100 kg on this day were Davronbek Sattorov and Sherali Juraev. In the 100 category, Boltoboy Baltaev and Bekmurod Oltiboev also became the third.
The only gold award in the treasury of the Uzbekistan national team in the tournament was brought by Gulnoza Matniyazova in the weight category up to 70 kg.
At the World Cup in Tashkent, our compatriots were awarded four gold, three silver and four bronze medals, taking first place in the team event. Following are the teams of South Korea (4-1-2) and Ukraine (2-0-1).
Athletes from about 30 countries fought for victory in competitions in 13 weight categories. Shukhrat Boboyev (-90 kg), Sherzod Namozov (-60 kg), Feruz Saidov (-73 kg) and Parvina Samandarova (-57 kg) became the winners of the World Cup.
Nurbek Mirzaev (-81 kg), Vasila Aliboeva (-70 kg) and Sevinch Salaeva (-52 kg) won the silver medal. Sharif Khalilov (-81 kg), Shirin Sharipova ( 100 kg), Feruzakhon Yusupova ( 70 kg) and Gulrukh Rahimova (-70 kg) became bronze medalists of the competitions.
According to the rules of the tournament, the prize fund was distributed as follows: first place - gold medal and $ 1,000, second place - silver medal and $ 500, two third places - bronze medals and $ 300 each.