Gold and bronze medals claimed on Day 1 of Hague Grand Prix 2018Sports
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. At the Hague Grand Prix 2018, which kicked off yesterday at The Hague, Netherlands on November 16, State Honored Sportsman D.Amartuvshin won gold, while G.Boldbaatar won bronze in the men’s -60 kg.
D.Amartuvshin won his matches against judokas of Bulgaria, Syria and Brazil, becoming the winner of the group C, while G.Boldbaatar also won his matches against judokas of the U.S, Netherlands and France. In their next match, they faced off against each other, with D.Amartuvshin coming out on top, advancing to the finals.
By winning his final match against Dai Aoki of Japan, he won gold, while G.Boldbaatar also won his match against Felipe Kitadai, winning bronze.
In the men’s -66 kg, although D.Altansukh was able to become the winner of his group, he lost his next two matches against Baruch Shmailov of Israel and Sebastian Seidl of Germany, taking the 5th place.
By the end of the 1st day at the Hague Grand Prix 2018, the Japanese team came out first in the standings with 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals, while Mongolia is second with 1 gold and 1 bronze, with Belgium, Ukraine and Georgia in the next spot with 1 gold each.