101 Judo Ippons
Our selection of the best, biggest, highest and most incredible Ippons from the IJF World Tour and World Judo Championships including all of our classic productions!
101: Osae komi - FRA v TKM -57kg
Sarah Harachi (FRA) rolls Nurajovov (TKM) with a technique made famous by the great Huizinga and finishes in the hold for Ippon in the 2018 Agadir Grand Prix.
101: Sode guruma jime - ITA v YEM -73kg
Enrico Parlati (ITA) forces the submission against his Yemenese opponent in the 2018 Agadir Grand Prix.
101: Okuri eri jime - ROU v MAR -60kg
In the first round of the 2018 Agadir Grand Prix, Issam Bassou (MAR) shows lightening quick transition from an Osoto gari into the strangle.
101: Osae komi - POR V BEL -66KG
Sergiu Oleinic (POR) follows his opponent into newaza, changing the direction of his roll to secure the Osae komi and the win.
101: Koshi guruma - ROU V FRA -48KG
Alexandra Pop of Romania produces a massive Koshi guruma whilst gripping to stun France's Vaugarny in their opening match in Ekaterinburg.
101: Uchi mata - ARM V ITA -73KG
Armenian, Ferdinand Karapetian upsets Olympic Champion Fabio Basile (ITA) with a beautiful Uchi mata in the 73kg semi final of Ekaterinburg Grand Slam.
101: Ko soto gari - RUS V RUS -66KG
It was an all Russian affair in the -66kg Bronze medal contest at the 2018 Ekaterinburg Grand Slam. Abdulzalilov triumphed with this huge Ko soto halfway through the fight.
101: Ude gatame - JPN V GER -78KG
Takayama (JPN) controls Malzahn (GER) in transition and is rewarded with a fantastic Ude gatame to take the -78KG title in the Ekaterinburg Grand Slam 2018.
101: Osoto gari - NED V GEO -81KG
Frank De Wit (NED) powers through to complete this huge Osoto gari on his Georgian opponent in round 2 of the 2018 Ekaterinburg Grand Slam.
101: Seoi otoshi - GEO V ITA -81KG
Zebeda Rekhviashvili (GEO) stuns Antonio Esposito (ITA) with a lightning fast spinning Seoi otoshi and takes the Bronze medal in -81KG.
101: Sode tsurikomi goshi - RUS V BRA -66KG
Tenacity is the key to success in this example of Sode tsurikomi goshi from Isa Isaev of Russia against Charles Chibana (BRA)
101: Koshi jime - SRB V KAZ -48KG
Serbia's Milica Nikolic climbs straight on top of her Kazakh opponent to secure a tight Koshi jime.
101: Osoto gaeshi - IRI V ITA -66KG
A great readjustment of balance sees Khojasteh (IRI) counter Piras' (ITA) Osoto gari with the same technique.
101: Ippon seoi nage - SUI V BRA -70KG
Bruna Silva (BRA) pulls off a great standing Ippon seoi nage in her second round fight in the 2018 Tbilisi Grand Slam.
101: O goshi - RUS V GEO -81KG
Kirakozashvili of Georgia produces this stunning O goshi to delight the crowd at his home Grand Prix in Tbilisi.
101: Drop seoi nage - KOR V MNE -73KG
An Changrim of Korea takes advantage of his opponents forward momentum to drop cleanly underneath for a beautiful Seoi nage.
101: Sasae tsurikomi ashi - KOS V KGZ -73KG
Akil Gjakova (KOS) pulls off a mixture of Sasae tsurikomi ashi and Hiza guruma with huge amounts of rotation for this massive Ippon.
101: Juji gatame - TKM V USA -52KG
Babamuratova (TKM) shows great endeavour and demonstrates lightning fast transition with an unusual entry into Juji gatame.
101: Ouchi gari - BRA V AZE -81KG
A fine example of changing the direction and driving to score with Ouchi from Mehdiyev (AZE).
101: Osoto gari - RUS V GER -73kg
Zingg (AUS) fully commits and throws Mogushkov (Rus) for a beautiful Osoto gari to win Bronze in the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.
101: Ura nage - CHN v ISR -57kg
Zhang (CHN) punishes Nelson Levy (ISR) for a poor attack with a huge Ura nage in the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.
101: Uchi mata - UZB v TPE -66Kg
Uzbekistan's Akhadov puts Huang (TPE) onto the points of his shoulders with a superb Uchi mata in the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.
101: Tai otoshi - POR v SWE -81kg
Pacek (SWE) gets caught for a rapid Tai otoshi from Egutidze of Spain in the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.
101: Juji gatame - JPN v KOR -81kg
What a Juji gatami! - The Japanese fighter Sasaki takes Lee of Korea by surprise with an opportunistic arm lock in the Hohhot Grand Prix 2018.