Japanese win first two golds in world judo championships
The first two events of the World Judo Champioships ended with Japanese victories in Budapest on Monday.
The medal fights were watched by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the honorary president of the International Judo Federation, and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Men, 60 kg:
1. Naohisa Takato (JPN)
2. Orhan Safarov (AZE)
3. Ganbatyn Boldbaatar (MGL)
Diyorbek Urozboev (UZB)
Women, 48 kg:
1. Funa Tonaki (JPN)
2. Munkhbatyn Urantsetseg (MGL)
3. Ami Kondo (JPN)
Galbadrakhyn Otgontsetseg (KAZ)