Ju-jitsu at the 2017 World Games

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Ju-jitsu
at the 2017 World Games
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Venue GEM Sports Complex
Location Poland Wrocław, Poland
Dates 28–29 July 2017
Competitors 128 from 41 nations
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The Ju-jitsu competition at the World Games 2017 took place from July 28 to July 29, in Wrocław in Poland, at the GEM Sports Complex.

Participating nations[edit]

128 competitors, from 41 nations, participated in the tournament.

Medal table[edit]

Rank NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 3 3 0 6
2  Germany 2 2 3 7
 Poland 2 2 3 7
4  Belgium 2 1 3 6
5  Austria 2 0 0 2
 Denmark 2 0 0 2
7  Russia 1 3 2 6
8  Italy 1 1 1 3
 Netherlands 1 1 1 3
10  Hungary 1 1 0 2
 Switzerland 1 1 0 2
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 2
13  Mexico 1 0 1 2
 Morocco 1 0 1 2
15  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
16  Colombia 0 2 0 2
17  Slovenia 0 1 1 2
18  Iran 0 1 0 1
 Jordan 0 1 0 1
 Mongolia 0 1 0 1
21  Sweden 0 0 2 2
22  Israel 0 0 1 1
 Japan 0 0 1 1
 Montenegro 0 0 1 1
 Portugal 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

Medalists[edit]

Duo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  Austria (AUT)
Nicolaus Bichler
Sebastian Vosta
 Netherlands (NED)
Ruben Assmann
Marnix Willem Bunnik
 Belgium (BEL)
Ben Jos Cloostermans
Bjarne Lardon
Women  Austria (AUT)
Mirnesa Becirovic
Mirneta Becirovic
 Slovenia (SLO)
Sara Besal
Patricija Delač
 Germany (GER)
Blanca Birn
Annalena Sturm
Mixed  Italy (ITA)
Sara Paganini
Michele Vallierei
 Germany (GER)
Julia Paszkiewicz
Johannes Tourbeslis
 Belgium (BEL)
Charis Jessy Gravensteyn
Ian Rudy Lodens

Men's fighting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−62 kg Bohdan Mochulskyi
 Ukraine
Jairo Alejandro Viviescas Ortíz
 Colombia
Roman Apolonov
 Germany
−69 kg Boy Vogelzang
 Netherlands
Pavel Korzhavykh
 Russia
Eduardo Alberto Gutiérrez Cortés
 Mexico
−77 kg Ilia Borok
 Russia
Andreas Stefan Knebl
 Germany
Fredrik Hans Axel Widgren
 Sweden
−85 kg Mikkel Brix Willard
 Denmark
Denis Belov
 Russia
William Seth-Wenzel
 Sweden
−94 kg Tomasz Szewczak
 Poland
Mohsen Hamid Aghchay
 Iran
Benjamin Lah
 Slovenia
+94 kg Alexandre Fromangé
 France
Rafał Riss
 Poland
Dejan Vukčević
 Montenegro

Men's ne-waza[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−62 kg Jędrzej Loska
 Poland
Jairo Alejandro Viviescas Ortíz
 Colombia
Joao Carlos Hiroshi Kuraoka
 Japan
−69 kg Haidar Raza Abbas
 France
Maciej Polok
 Poland
Evyatar Paperni
 Israel
−77 kg Ilke Kubilay Bulut
 Switzerland
Wim Deputter
 Belgium
Maciej Kozak
 Poland
−85 kg Dan Melvin Schon Weinberg
 Mexico
Daniel de Maddalena
 Switzerland
Abdulbari Guseinov
 Russia
−94 kg Faisal Al Ketbi
 United Arab Emirates
Kristóf Szűcs
 Hungary
Florent Minguet
 Belgium
+94 kg Seif-Eddine Houmine
 Morocco
Frédéric Husson
 France
Aleksandr Sak
 Russia
Open Kristóf Szűcs
 Hungary
Faisal Al Ketbi
 United Arab Emirates
Seif-Eddine Houmine
 Morocco

Women's fighting[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−55 kg Rebekka Elisabeth Ziska Dahl
 Denmark
Laure Beauchet Ep Doucet
 France
Jessica Scricciolo
 Italy
−62 kg Atio Severine Nebie
 France
Annalisa Cavarretta
 Italy
Carina Neupert
 Germany
−70 kg Theresa Attenberger
 Germany
Chloé Lalande
 France
Aafke van Leeuwen
 Netherlands

Women's ne-waza[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−55 kg Amal Amjahid
 Belgium
Bayarmaa Munkhgerel
 Mongolia
Ana Nair Marques Dias
 Portugal
Open Amal Amjahid
 Belgium
Luma Hatem Sharif Alqubaj
 Jordan
Emilia Maćkowiak
 Poland

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
National team competition  Germany (GER)
Roman Apolonov
Theresa Attenberger
Andreas Stefan Knebl
Malte Meinken
Carina Neupert
Julia Paszkiewicz
Johannes Tourbeslis
Tim Weidenbecher
 Russia (RUS)
Denis Belov
Ilia Borok
Abdulbari Guseinov
Pavel Korzhavykh
Olga Medvedeva
Zainutdin Zainukov
 Poland (POL)
Magdalena Giec
Maciej Kozak
Jędrzej Loska
Emilia Maćkowiak
Tomasz Szewczak
Marta Walotek

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