Norilsk woman won silver at judo championship
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Norilsk woman won silver at judo championship

December 22, 2020

The athlete fulfilled the standard of a candidate for master of sports.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The competition took place in Krasnoyarsk and brought together over a hundred participants. Norilsk was presented by Oksana Paskarelova, a pupil of Norilsk sports school No.5, who competed in the weight category up to 48 kilograms. The northern girl finished second, losing to her eminent rival from Zelenogorsk city in the final.

“These were the final competitions this year. In general, we are satisfied with the result. Oksana fulfilled the CMS standard. We will work with our mistakes to perform better next year”, Danis Manashov, the coach of the athlete, commented.

Having become the silver medalist at the regional championship, the Norilsk woman won the right to represent the region at the championship of the Siberian Federal District, which will be held next year. The exact place and date are unknown yet. And before that, our judokas will go to the championship of the Krasnoyarsk region, which will be held in January in Krasnoyarsk.

Earlier, This Is Taimyr wrote that the Norilsk judokas became prize-winners of regional competitions.

Text: Mikhail Tuaev, Photo: orenjudo.ru and participants of the competition

December 22, 2020

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