2018 Jr. Olympics Results

Spokane, Washington
June 22-24, 2018

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Ronson Murillo, Draezyn Tanaka, Eli Suan, Logan Lau, Noa Frasco, and Keane Escaba traveled to Spokane, Washington to compete in the 2018 Jr. Olympics National Competition.

Day 1 | Friday, June 22, 2018

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(From left to right) Eli, Logan, Keane, and Noa

Eli fought in the male, intermediate 2, 31 kilogram division. Eli had a 27 minute long first match that went into overtime! He ended up losing on a penalty and then lost his next match in another overtime period. Eli won the Fighting Spirit Award – given by the USA Judo tournament committee in recognition for an individual who exemplifies the spirit of judo.

Logan won gold in the male, intermediate 2, 38 kilogram division! There was 13 competitors in his bracket.

Noa fought in the male, juvenile A, 48 kilogram division. He ended with a record of 1-2.

Keane fought in the male, cadet, 50 kilogram division. He ended with a record of 3-2.

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Logan on the podium
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Logan, Eli, Draezyn, and Ronson
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Noa and Logan
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Eli with his mom and dad
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Logan with his family
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Eli with his Fighting Spirit Award and Sensei Greg
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Draezyn on the podium, bronze medal
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Draezyn with his bronze medal
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Sensei Greg and Logan

Day 2, Saturday, June 23, 2018

Draezyn fought in the male, intermediate 1, 34 kilogram division and won bronze!

Ronson fought in the male, intermediate 1, 26 kilogram division. He ended with a record of 3-2 and 4th place in his division.

 


Day 3, Sunday, June 24, 2018 – International Competition Day

Logan, Draezyn, and Keane all fought in a second, international division on Sunday. Logan won gold will all ippon wins. Keane took 4th place and Draezyn ended with a record of 1-2.

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Logan’s dad with Logan and Keane

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Congratulations to our Jr. Nationals competitors!

 

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