Roy Meyer Judoka
Roy Meyer
Roy Meyer
Country: Netherlands | Born: 4 June 1991 (32 years)
Dutch judoka Roy Meyer captured World bronze in 2019 in Tokyo. He took gold at the Grand Prix The Hague in 2017 and the Grand Prix in Zagreb in 2015 as biggest victories. He was European Junior Champion in 2010 and U23 Champion in 2012. He took bronze at the European Championships in Warsaw in 2017. Roy won bronze at the Paris Grand Slam in 2015 and 2016 and IJF Masters in 2015. Meyer won 23 World Cup medals. He clinched the gold at the Grand Prix in Antalya and Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2019. He secured a silver medal at the Grand Slam in Ulaanbaatar in 2022 and GS in Antalya in 2023.
Competitions - Medal overview
World Championships 0 0 2
Continental Championships 0 0 2
IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix 4 6 11
World Cups/Continental Open 1 0 1
Continental Championships U23 1 0 0
World Championships Juniors 0 0 1
Continental Championships Juniors 1 0 0
European Cup Seniors 2 0 3
European Cup Juniors 0 1 0
National Championships Seniors 1 1 2
National Championships Juniors 0 0 2
Event World Championships
Event Continental Championships
Event IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix
Event World Cups/Continental Open
Event Continental Championships U23
Event World Championships Juniors
Event Continental Championships Juniors
Event European Cup Seniors
Event European Cup Juniors
Event National Championships Seniors
Event National Championships Juniors
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