ippon


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ippon

(ˈɪpɒn)
n
(Judo & Karate) judo karate a winning point awarded in a sparring competition for a perfectly executed technique
[C20: Japanese, literally: one point]
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She bagged gold in the SEA Games by beating all her opponents via ippon, or the equivalent of knockout in boxing.
Watanabe beat Brazilian Ketleyn Quadros by ippon in the 2:36-minute mark of the bronze medal match.
Luca Ferrara, who joined the club from Italy, won all his contests with ippon (maximum score) to secure the gold.
Seven-year-old Zak won first place in novice to fourth Kyu under-16 Kata; first place Ippon Kumite and Best Performance at the tournament in Gateshead.
Chelsie, 20, who competes in the under 52kg category, was in impressive form, winning each of her contests by ippon, starting with a dominant performance against Hungary's Eszter Hajdu.
Mezoughi a battu en finale la Turque Cagri Guzelsoy par ippon dans un combat qui a dure 1min 16sec.
Not to be outdone by his sisters, Joseph Jackson, 12, also from Macmillan Academy, took the silver medal in the pre-cadet boys' U/34kg category, winning three out of the four fights by Ippon.
Conway had not been tipped as a potential medallist but caused a major shock with an Ippon win over world champion Gevrise Emane of France in the last 16 on her way to her clash with Graf.
And Conway built on the momentum of stunning world champion Gevroise Emane by ippon in the second round to step up when all was on the line.
The Commonwealth bronze medallist then caused a major shock by scoring an Ippon win over world champion Gevrise Emane of France in the last 16.
The judoka was a winner over Italy's Matteo Marconcini by Ippon, to be placed third in the 81-kg weight class at the Carioca Arena 2, UAE news agency, WAM, reported.
L'Algerien avait pourtant bien demarre la competition, dominant Chen Wei Chieh, de Taipei, par ippon au premier tour, avant de s'incliner par Yoko contre le futur champion de la poule C, le Kazakh Mukanov.