2021 World Judo Team Championships | Budapest
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Welcome back to Hungary, and it’s glorious capital City Budapest.
Over the last 7 days 14 world champions have been crowned in the individual competition. With some familiar faces, and some new stars rising to the occasion. Offering up incredible judo, and high drama.
But now the focus switches to the mixed team event, where teams comprised of 3 men and 3 women line up side by side, aiming to be the first to 4 wins.
The mixed teams has a special atmosphere that sets it apart, and since it’s inception in 2017, it has had judo fans the world over on the edge of their seats!
In this program we’ll bring you all the best action from a thrilling event, we’ll follow the exploits of defending champions Japan, we’ll catch up with team Hungary for a game of “Think Fast” and talk to the judo family about what makes this event so special.
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