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Date of birth
01 Jun 1984
Tuvshinbayar Naidan competed in JUDO
Did you know?
- Founded in Japan in 1882 by Dr Jigoro Kano, judo is a refinement of the ancient martial art of Jujitsu.
- Judo made its Olympic debut at the 1964 Tokyo Games. Japan has won three times as many gold medals as any other nation.
- A contest going the full distance lasts five minutes for men and four minutes for women. If the scores are tied, a sudden death 'golden score' period comes into play.
- The key phrase for any judoka is 'ippon', which will win you the contest immediately. This can occur just a few seconds into a match.
- An ‘ippon’ can be scored by a clean, forceful throw, by holding the opponent on his or her back for 30 seconds, or by submission to a strangle, a choke or a lock applied against the elbow.
|2 Aug||Men's -100kg Final, Gold Medal Contest||—|
|2 Aug||Men's -100kg Semi-final of Table A||Won|
|2 Aug||Men's -100kg Quarter-final, Quarter-final 2||Won|
|2 Aug||Men's -100kg Preliminaries, Match 3||Won|
|2 Aug||Men's -100kg Elimination Round of 32, Match 5||Won|
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London 2012 medals
London 2012 appearances
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