Giovanni Di Cristo - Achievements

Achievements

Year Tournament Place Light class
2004 Italian Judo Championships Juniores 3rd Lightweight (73 kg)
2005 Italian Judo Championships Juniores 3rd Lightweight (73 kg)
2005 Italy Judo Cup Ju/Se 1st Lightweight (73 kg)
2007 Italian Judo Championships U23 3rd Lightweight (73 kg)
2007 Italian Judo Championships 1st Lightweight (73 kg)
2007 European Judo Championships U23 1st Lightweight (73 kg)
2008 Italian Judo Championships 1st Lightweight (73 kg)
2008 Super World Cup Rotterdam 2nd Lightweight (73 kg)
2009 Game of Mediterraneo Pescara 1st Lightweight (73 kg)

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