Ha-yoon (Ansan City Hall) won the Portuguese Grand Prix side by side. The Korean national team showed off the potential of ‘Korean Judo’ by winning the overall championship in this competition.
Kim Min-jong won the gold medal by defeating Inaneishvili Sabah (Azerbaijan) with a half-shoulder win in the men’s 100kg and above final of the IJF Portugal Grand Prix held in Almada, Portugal on the 30th.
After 1 minute and 59 seconds from the start of the match, Kim Min-jong unexpectedly burrowed into the opponent’s lower body and succeeded in the technique using his entire body. Even after that, Kim Min-jong did not stop his attacks throughout the game. Until the end of the game, Kim Min-jong confirmed the championship without a major crisis. Kim Min-jong showed off his perfect performance by winning 3 rounds and 2 half-wins in 5 matches from the 1st round to the finals. 먹튀검증
After winning the bronze medal at the World Championships last year, Kim Min-jong has emerged as a representative of the Korean judo heavyweight class. He won a bronze medal at the 2019 World Championships while attending Bosung High School and became an expected star, and he is showing great results in every international competition he has participated in until this time.
In the women’s 78kg and above final, Kim Ha-yoon defeated Nunis Rossel (Portugal) in one round to win the championship. Kim Ha-yoon gave half at 1 minute and 57 seconds after the start of the game, and a crisis came, but immediately succeeded in counterattacking and won dramatically with a press match. After a bye in the first round, Kim Ha-yoon won a round to the finals and overpowered her opponent based on her overwhelming performance. Korea won the overall championship with 4 gold medals, 1 silver medal, and 1 bronze medal in this event.