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Brazil
BRA
Judo in Brazil got more popular since the Brazilian women became successful. In 2012 Sarah Menezes won gold and in Rio2016 Rafaela Silva won the only women’s gold. She was also judo world champion for Brazil in 2013. Mayra Aguiar won the judo world title in 2014 and in 2017. Rafael Silva won Olympic bronze in 2016 in Rio. Aurelio Miguel won judo gold for Brazil in 1988 and Rogerio Cardoso Sampaio in 1992. Judo is a very important contributor to Brazilian Olympic medals.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Mayra Aguiar 10 6 7
Aurélio Miguel 7 3 2
Rafael Silva 6 6 4
Tiago Camilo 8 3 1
Rafaela Silva 4 5 5
Last 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Guilherme Schimidt 3 1 0
Beatriz Souza 2 1 0
Rafaela Silva 1 1 2
Mayra Aguiar 1 1 2
Luana Oliveira 1 0 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 IBSA Judo Grand Prix Sao Paulo BWCup Sao Paulo 2 Jul 2022
2 Brazilian U23 Championships Aracaju N23 Aracaju 28 May 2022
3 Grand Slam Brasilia GSL Brasilia 6 Oct 2019
4 Trofeu Brasil NT 20 Sep 2019
5 Brazilian U21 Championships Lauro de Freitas NJun Lauro de Freitas 7 Sep 2019
1.
Judo event IBSA Judo Grand Prix Sao Paulo
Type BWCup
Place Sao Paulo
Date 2 Jul 2022
2.
Judo event Brazilian U23 Championships Aracaju
Type N23
Place Aracaju
Date 28 May 2022
3.
Judo event Grand Slam Brasilia
Type GSL
Place Brasilia
Date 6 Oct 2019
4.
Judo event Trofeu Brasil
Type NT
Place
Date 20 Sep 2019
5.
Judo event Brazilian U21 Championships Lauro de Freitas
Type NJun
Place Lauro de Freitas
Date 7 Sep 2019
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Emanuela Barbosa 19 Aug 1997 25 years
2 Ana Carolina Dos Santos 19 Aug 1979 43 years
3 Vânia Ishii 19 Aug 1973 49 years
4 Katia Maia 19 Aug 1973 49 years
5 Carolina Pereira 20 Aug 1997 25 years
1.
Name Emanuela Barbosa
Birthdate 19 Aug 1997
Age 25
2.
Name Ana Carolina Dos Santos
Birthdate 19 Aug 1979
Age 43
3.
Name Vânia Ishii
Birthdate 19 Aug 1973
Age 49
4.
Name Katia Maia
Birthdate 19 Aug 1973
Age 49
5.
Name Carolina Pereira
Birthdate 20 Aug 1997
Age 25