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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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The Scot beat Michaela Polleres by ippon in the 70kg third-place play-off to make the podium at the event for the first time.
At the 1/8 stage, Kindzerska won Gandiimaa Erdenebileg from Mongolia by ippon.
An ippon was enough to defeat Van Dijke and progress to the final to face Kim Polling (Netherlands).
Kyrgyzstan's judo team won 6 medals at the Asian Oceania Cadets and Junior Judo Championships, ippon.org.
This was a big section and the girls did themselves proud by both winning fights, one each by great ippon throws, but missing out on the medals.
Aibek uulu competed in men's up to 60 kg and started from the 1/16 final stage, where he defeated Dmitry Kurdyumov from Russia with ippon. In the 1/8 finals a Kyrgyzstani with an ippon defeated David Kleber from Austria in 51 seconds.
Estes mecanismos se tornam fundamentais durante as fases de Kuzushi (desequilibrio intencional do adversario), Tsukuri (posicao para o arremesso) e Kake (arremesso), atuantes durante a execucao da tecnica e extremamente importantes para que o atleta chegue ao Ippon (golpe perfeito).
At the final stage, the Iranian judoka secured an ippon over his Uzbek opponent in a close competition.
The tests for the exam were the following ones: 1) Kihon, regarding the techniques of offensive arms with displacement, techniques of defensive arms with displacement and techniques of kiks with displacement; 2) Ippon Kumite with partner (for kids under 8 years old); 3) Sambon Kumite with partner and 4) Kata test.
Watanabe lost by ippon after a second waza-ari by world No.
Al-Azri qualified for the 16th round in the 73kg event, after a strong performance, to settle the match with the ippon in two minutes and 40 seconds.
Remarenco, however, was very much in line for finishing on the podium after he started on a high beating India's Avatar Singh and Kazakhatan's Viktor Demyanenko by ippon and referee's decision, respectively.