15 seconds to overthrow the bronze “Grand Slam of Mongolia for Judo”

The bronze medal of the Ulan Bator Mongolia Grand Slam Judo Championship was lost from UAE player Mago Maarouf in the last 15 seconds, losing to Kazakhstan champion Adel Orazbayev as a result of a tactical error exploited by his opponent. Uzbek hero Lutiev Lee.

The second representative of the UAE, Gregor Aram, lost in the second round to the Israeli Cushman Lee, by a decision of the table referees as a result of the third warning, after he managed to win at the beginning of the under-90 kg qualifiers over the South Korean champion Hong Wong.

The Japanese team had topped the championship before its conclusion, at the expense of the host country Mongolia, which topped the tournament on its first day. The Japanese computer came to the fore with 3 gold, silver and bronze. Mongolia’s balance stopped at two gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze medals, and the refugee team, which participates in third place, came in third. Grand Slam tournaments under the flag of the International Federation with two gold, two silver and two bronze.

On the other hand, the UAE national team delegation will leave Mongolia tonight, heading to Spain in preparation for the Hungarian Grand Slam tournament, which will be held from July 8 to 10. Shagili (lightweight under 66 kg), Saeed Al Naqbi (under 73 kg), Tata Noghzari (under 81 kg), Gregor Aram (under 90 kg), and Maju Maarouf, weighing over 100 kg.

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