Dimitri Peters Win’s Men’s Judo -100kg Bronze – London 2012 Olympics

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Highlights as Germany’s Dimitri Peters wins the Men’s Judo -100kg Bronze medal match towards Uzbekistan’s Ramziddin Sayidov through the London 2012 Olympic Games within the ExCeL Arena.

Judo made its very first look on the Olympic Games in 1964 in Tokyo. However, it was not included within the Olympic programme in 1968 in Mexico City, however returned, by no means to go away once more, on the 1972 Games in Munich. As for ladies’s judo, it was added to the Games in 1992 in Barcelona.

Men and ladies now compete in seven weight classes. There was initially a males’s class open to all weights, however this occasion was withdrawn after the 1984 Games in Los Angeles.

Find extra about Judo at www.olympic.org/judo

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