The Lightweights & Open from Rio de Janeiro. This remarkable two-hour widescreen production contains all the highlights from the last two days of judo in Rio's Olympic Stadium. Witness the incredible Ryoko Tani attempt to break the judo world record by winning her seventh world title. Triple World Champions Sun Hui Kye and Alexander Mikhaylin are looking to add to their medal collections. With extended coverage of all the finals, multiple camera coverage, numerous replays and bonus sequences to music.
The judo world record is under threat with Japan's Ryoko Tani aiming to win her seventh World Championship gold medal in the -48kgs. Can Tani, who has been competing at the top level for 17 years, still prove she is number one at the age of 32?
Out to stop Tani is her great rival, the double World and Olympic silver medallist Frederique Jossinet (FRA) and the reigning World Champion Yanet Bermoy (CUB). Exclusively brought to you by Fighting Films, this DVD contains all the highlights from the last two days of judo in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 2003 World Champion Yasuyuki Muneta (JPN) has been on great form recently. However, in the same half of the Men's Openweight draw is the triple World Champion from Russia, Alexander Mikhaylin. Who will get to the final?
In the Women's Openweight Maki Tsukada (JPN) is out to improve on her +78kgs silver medal. Can anyone stop her this time? With the late withdrawal of reigning World Champion Craig Fallon and triple Olympic Champion Tadahiro Nomura (JPN), the -60kgs category has been blown wide open for anyone to win. Can the fantastic Brazilian crowd push the defending World Champion Joao Derly onto an incredible third gold medal for the home nation in the -66kgs category?
At -73kgs Akos Braun (HUN) will have a hard job to retain his 2005 World title with the latest Korean sensation, Ki Chun Wang, and the European Champion Elnur Mammadli (AZE) both looking dangerous. Will the double European Champion Telma Monteiro (POR) make the step up to World level and take gold in the -52kgs? And can the incredible Sun Hui Kye (PRK) take her fourth World title in -57kgs category?
This two hour DVD is filmed in widescreen, with multiple camera angle coverage, numerous replays and remarkable bonus sequences to music. With the best highlights from every category, flashback stories of the big names and extended coverage of the finals, this DVD is a must for every judo enthusiast.