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After the gold in the Masters: Baruch Shmailov rose to third place in the world Israel today


Another wonderful achievement for the Israeli judoka after winning the medal • Raz Hershko kept the second place, Tanima Nelson Levy dropped to the third • Peter Palachik, who won the bronze rose to the fifth place in the ranking

The Judo Masters tournament, held in Jerusalem, came to an end yesterday (Thursday) with 4 medals for Israel (1 gold and 3 bronze), and after the successful competition, the Israelis jumped in the world ranking.

Baruch Shamailov, the competitor weighing up to 66 kg, who managed to get on the podium first, jumped 4 places and entered the top three in the world, which will give him great motivation for the new year and he will try to stay at the top as much as possible to screw high even before the Olympic Games in Paris 2024.

No less than eight Israelis are in the first eight.

Raz Hershko (over 78 kg), who won bronze yesterday, remained in second place, Timna Nelson Levy (up to 57 kg) dropped to third place, Peter Palachik (up to 100 kg), moved up one place to fifth, Inbar Lanir (up to 78 kg) placed 6th, Gili Sharr with the bronze medal in Jerusalem at 63 kg, moved up to 7th place, Gefen Primo (52 kg) remained in 8th place, in the same place as Tohar Botbul (up to 73 kg).

The seventh place of Shira Rhani (up to 48 kg) in the competition in the capital, raised her 3 places directly to 16, Tal Flicker (66 kg) 16th place, Inbal Shemesh (63 kg) 18th place, Sagi Muki (up to 81 kg) 19th place. One of the biggest jumps was made by Guy Gurevich who jumped 54 places in the ranking, to 64th place in the world.

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Source: israelhayom

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