2003 World Judo Championships: Lightweights & Open | Osaka
Episode 33 • 1h 52m
Double Olympic champion Tadahiro Nomura is looking to take his second world title at -60kgs. But it won't be easy with 2001 World champion Anis Lounifi and European champion Elchin Ismaylov on his side of the draw. Will the -73kgs category produce a rematch of the classic 2001 final between Vitali Makarov and Yusuke Kanamaru. These talking points and many more are answered in this action packed production.
Includes full coverage of the women's and men's lightweight catagories:
Womens: -57kgs, -52kgs, -48kgs, openweight
Mens: -73kgs, -66kgs, -60kgs, openweight
Commentary by Neil Adams MBE
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