Alexander Wieczerzak Judoka
Alexander Wieczerzak
Alexander Wieczerzak
Country: Germany | Born: 22 March 1991 (30 years)
Alexander Wieczerzak surprisingly won the world title U81kg in Budapest in 2017 coming back after a difficult period and added a bronze medal in 2018 in Baku. He had won European Games bronze in 2015. Between 2012-2016 he competed with Sven Maresch for an Olympic place. Wieczerzak was World Junior Champion in 2010 in a German final with Hannes Conrad. With coach Richard Trautmann he reached his best successes. He won his first Grand Prix medal in 2014 in Dusseldorf. Club: JC Wiesbaden.
Competitions - Medal overview
Event
 
World Championships 1 0 1
Continental Championships 0 0 1
IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix 0 1 3
World Championships Juniors 1 0 0
European Team Championships 0 0 1
European Club Championships 0 0 1
World Military Championships/Games 0 1 0
European Cup Seniors 2 0 0
European Cup Juniors 2 0 0
International Tournaments 1 0 0
National Championships Seniors 1 2 1
National Championships Juniors 1 0 0
National Championships Cadets 1 0 1
Event World Championships
Event Continental Championships
Event IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix
Event World Championships Juniors
Event European Team Championships
Event European Club Championships
Event World Military Championships/Games
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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