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Ippon Gear judo kimonote tutvustus (+ 10 sportlast kes selles varustuses võistlevad)

Ippon Gear on uus ametlik IJF-tunnustusega Judo kimono ja riietuse bränd ning EJU (Euroopa Judoliit) teemant-partner. 

 

Käesoleva aasta alguses loodud uus judo bränd on kiiresti tõusnud IJF brändi-hierarhia tippu. Tõus on olnud võimalik tänu brändi peadirektori Stefan Kneitingeri pikaajalisele kogemusele: kolme aastaselt judo treeningutega alustanud ning Saksamaa koondisesse kuulunud mees tegutses 15-aasta vältel Adidas Judo distribuutorina Saksamaal. 

 

"Meil on EJU-ga koostöö üle väga hea meel. Pikaajalise rahvuskoondiste (Saksamaa, Austria, Ungari, Rumeeni) ja tipp-sportlaste (Ilias Iliadis ja Georgii Zantaraia) toetajana on meie suhted Euroopa Judoga olnud soojad ja tihedad. Judo on rohkem kui lihtsalt sport, Judo on perekond ja eluviis. Euroopa Judo Liidu teemant-toetajana saame anda oma panuse Judo arengusse kogu Euroopas."

 

Budopunkt on Ippon Gear judo varustuse ametlik maaletooja Eestis ja Soomes.



 


Ippon Gear judo kimonod

 

Ippon Gear judo kimonote kollektsiooni kuuluvad IJF märgistusega Legend (690gr), Fighter (730gr) ja Hero (930gr) võistluskimonod ning harrastajatele mõeldud Basic (500gr), Future (350gr) ja Beginner (250gr)*.

 

*kaal grammides ühe ruutmeetri kanga kohta.

 

Mix & Match süsteem

 

Ippon Gear on ära lahendanud kõigile judo harrastajatele tuttava probleemi: Jakk istub ideaalselt, aga püksid on liiga pikad või liiga lühikesed.

 

Mix & Match süsteemiga Ippon Gear võimaldab kõigile võistlustaseme judo kimono mudelitele osta jakki ja pükse eraldi. Nii saab igaüks kokku panna parajalt istuva (ja soovitud värvikombinatsioonis) kimonokomplekti.


Heida pilk peale meie Ippon Gear tootevalikule või tule kohale Budopunkti poodi aadressil Laki 26, Tallinn.

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Kümme Ippon Gear varustuses võistlevad rahvusvahelist judokat 


Järgnevalt tutvustame kümmet Ippon Gear judo kimonotes võistlevat rahvusvahelist sportlast:

 

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1. Lukas Kraplek 

Rio 2016 Olümpiavõitja, 2014 Maailmameister ja kahekordne Euroopa meister (2013 ja 2014). 

(Judoinside: Lukas Krpalek became Olympic Champion in 2016 in Rio. Krpalek was World Champion of 2014 and double European Champion in 2013 and 2014 U100kg. Already the best ever Czech judoka of all time. He was double Junior World Champion. Krpalek was 7th at the Olympic Games in London. Coached by Petr Lacina.After the Olympic title he switched to +100kg and he took bronze at the European Championships in Warsaw in 2017. He won gold at the Grand Prix in Hohhot and took silver at the Grand Slam Tokyo +100k)


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2. Bilal Ciloglu

Juuniorite maailmameistrivõistluste hõbe (2017 Zagreb)

(Judoinside: Turkish judoka Bilal Ciloglu claimed a silver medal at the World Junior Championships in Zagreb in 2017. He became European Cadet Champion U18 in 2015. He became Turkish senior champion U66kg in 2016 after bronze in 2015. He won bronze at the European Junior Championships in 2015. In Turkey Ciloglu won Cadet and Junior titles. He took gold at the European Cup in Sarajevo in 2016. He took a bronze medal at European U23 Championships in 2017 held in Podgorica.)


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3. Johannes Pacher

Euroopa Karika pronks (2018 Dubrovnik)

(Judoinside: Austrian judoka Johannes Pacher won bronze at the European Cup in Malaga in 2016. He took bronze at the European Cup in Dubrovnik in 2018. He took a bronze medal at the European Cup in Malaga in 2018.)


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4. Laerke Marie Olsen

Euroopa lahtiste meistrivõistluste hõbe (2018 Minsk)

(Judoinside: Danish judoka Laerke Marie Olsen took silver at the European Open in Minsk in 2018. She won Junior European Cups in La Coruna and Prague and for cadets in Coimbra. Laerke won Danish titles in all age categories. Laerke took a silver medal at the Junior World Championships in Nassau in the Bahamas.)


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5. Szofi Ozbas

Noorte olümpiamängude kuld (2018 Buenos Aires)

(Judoinside: Hungarian judoka Szofi Ozbas became Youth Olympic Champion in 2018 in Buenos Aires. She became European Cadet Champion in 2017 in Kaunas. He won the European Cup Cadets in Follonica, Teplice and Ploiesti in 2017. She took a bronze medal at the Cadet World Championships in Santiago de Chile in 2017.)


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6. Javier Pena Insausti

Noorte olümpiamängude pronks (2018 Buenos Aires)

(Judoinside: Spanish judoka Javier Pena Insausti took bronze at the Youth Olympic Games in 2018 in Buenos Aires and he won silver at the Youth Olympic Games team event in 2018.)


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7. Krisztian Toth

15 Maailmakarikaetapi medalit

(Judoinside: Krisztian Toth grew in tremendous speed to world level and reached the World #1 position U90kg. The Hungarian judoka won the World Junior title in 2014 in Miami and finished with silver at the Senior Worlds. Meanwhile he won more than 15 World Cup medals and won IJF Events in Zagreb (2), Abu Dhabi and Budapest (2). At his comeback he took silver at the Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg. He won the Grand Prix in Budapest in 2018 and became father in 2017.)


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8. Giovanni Esposito

Kadettide maailmameister (2015 Sarajevo)

(Judoinside:  Italian judoka Giovanni Esposito became World Cadet Champion in 2015 in Sarajevo. He won a bronze medal at the European Cadet Championships and claimed the gold at the EYOF 2015 in Tbilisi U66kg. He is raised in Napoli, the Italian city of judo talent. Elio Verde is his idol, also from Napels. He captured a bronze medal at the European Open in Oberwart in 2018.)


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9. Miklós Ungvári

Londoni Olümpia hõbe

(Judoinside:  Miklós Ungvári is silver medallist at the 2012 Olympic Games. He won three World Chs bronze medals in 2005, 2007 and 2009. Won three European titles in 2002, 2009 and 2011. He has 4 sisters and 4 brothers (Attila, Zoltan, Miklós are judoka). Still world class winning major international events like Grand Prix in Budapest in 2018. Fifth at the Olympic Games in Rio. Miki won more than 35 World Cup medals.)


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10. Mathias Madsen

Euroopa karikavõitja (2017 La Coruna)

(Judoinside:  Danish judoka Mathias Madsen was national judo champion in all age groups. He won the European Cup in La Coruna in 2017 fighting U100kg and Swedish Open in 2016. Mathias was in the final of the Bremen Masters in 2017 and European Cup in Coimbra. He won silver at the European Cadet Championships in 2016 as first male medallist for Denmark ever.)




Heida pilk peale meie Ippon Gear tootevalikule või tule kohale Budopunkti poodi aadressil Laki 26, Tallinn.


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