1989 World Judo Championships: Heavyweights | Belgrade
Episode 48 • 56m
See the arrival of the incredible Toshihiko Koga (JPN) in the -71kgs category. His Judo changed the face of the sport, and his one handed Seoi-nage in Belgrade is widely regarded as the best throw of all time. On display in the +95kgs and Openweight mens categories is Naoya Ogawa, Japan's best heavyweight since Yasuhiro Yamashita.
Other Judo greats featured include double World Champion Udo Quellmalz (GER), Olympic Champion Roberts van der Walle (BEL), American legend Michael Swain, and Belgium's Ingrid Berghmans who wins a record-breaking sixth World gold medal.
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