2019 Jr. Olympics Results

Ten of our judoka traveled to Anaheim, California with their families to compete in the Junior Olympics National Competition. Junior Olympics is held every summer, usually in a different location. It is a competitive youth national tournament that also includes an international competition opportunity. This tournament consisted of three days of competition from June 28-30, Friday through Sunday. On Friday and Saturday, our judoka competed in domestic competition in their respective divisions and then many of them also competed in their international divisions on Sunday.

Kyla Suan competed in 4 different divisions. She competed both in the domestic and international competitions in both the regular and novice divisions. Kyla won gold in both the domestic regular and novice divisions and took silver in the international and bronze in the international novice division.

Eli Suan played in both the domestic and international divisions and took bronze in the international division.

Atticus Daoang (Boody Boy) participated in the domestic division but did not medal (4th place).

Adriana Daoang (Pukey) participated in both the domestic and international competitions. She won gold in the domestic division and silver in the international division.

Angel Daoang played in both the domestic and international competitions. She won gold in domestic and silver in the international division.

Draezyn Tanaka participated in both the domestic and international competitions. He won bronze in the international division.

Taegen Escaba played in both the domestic and international competitions. She won bronze in the international novice division.

Keane Escaba competed in both the Cadet and IJF age divisions in the domestic competition and Cadet internationally. He won gold in the Cadet domestic division, bronze in the IJF domestic division, and placed fifth in the Cadet international division but did not medal.

Ronson Murillo played in both the domestic and international competition. He won gold in the international division and silver in the domestic division.

Hayden Kaichi participated in both the domestic and international competitions but did no place.

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