Joachim Bottieau Judoka
Joachim Bottieau
Joachim Bottieau
Country: Belgium | Born: 20 March 1989 (32 years)
Belgian judoka Joachim Bottieau won European bronze in 2012 and 2013. He won World Cups in Sao Paolo (2011) and Bucharest (2013-2017) and won the Grand Prix in Düsseldorf in 2015 and 2016. Joachim comes from a true judo family in Belgium. He is five time Belgian champion. In total he calied 13 World Cup medals. He won two bronze medals at the Junior European Championships and two U23 Euro medals. He competed at six World Championships and two Olympics. Due to injuries he retired in August 2019.
Competitions - Medal overview
Event
 
Continental Championships 0 0 2
IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix 2 2 2
World Cups/Continental Open 3 1 3
Continental Championships U23 0 0 2
Continental Championships Juniors 0 0 2
Universiade / World University Championships 0 0 1
European Cup Seniors 1 0 1
European Cup Juniors 1 2 1
International Tournaments 2 0 3
National Championships Seniors 5 2 2
National Championships Juniors 2 1 0
National Championships Cadets 0 0 1
Event Continental Championships
Event IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix
Event World Cups/Continental Open
Event Continental Championships U23
Event Continental Championships Juniors
Event Universiade / World University Championships
Event European Cup Seniors
Event European Cup Juniors
Event International Tournaments
Event National Championships Seniors
Event National Championships Juniors
Event National Championships Cadets
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