The third and final day of the Judo Masters, which is being held at Hafis Arena in Jerusalem, opened this morning (Thursday) with the participation of six Israeli athletes.
30-year-old Peter Pelchik, who competes in the weight category up to 100 kg, bronze medalist from the team competition at the World Championship, hopes to end the year in the sweetest way possible, all this in front of the home audience. Ranked sixth in the world, he will meet in the first round, The young Kazakh Sharkan Nurlihan (22), who made his breakthrough this year in the round, and won the bronze medal at the Asian Championships.
As you may remember, in the first two days of the competition, the Israelis won two medals, when Baruch Shamailov (up to 66 kg), won Israel's first ever gold medal in this event and Gili Sharr, competing in the weight category up to 63 kg, won the bronze medal.
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