2004 Commonwealth Judo Championships

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Saturday, November 13, 2004

AUCKLAND –This event saw an emergence of the Pacific Island nations into the Commonwealth Judo community. For many years only Fiji's Nacanieli Takayawa was apparent on the international scene. Although not taking many medals, the efforts going into development in nations such as Tonga allowed many of their players to place 5th or 7th. India also performed well, especially their women's team.

2004 Commonwealth Judo Championships

13-14 November 2004, Auckland, New Zealand

Mens -60 kg

  1. Chana, Navjot (IND)
  2. Smith, Tom (ENG)
  3. Boore, Stephen (WAL)
  4. Leat, Alister (NZL)

Mens -66 kg

  1. Carder, Gareth (ENG)
  2. Pilley, Ben (NZL)
  3. Ovtchinnikov, Anton (NZL)
  4. Singh, Bhupinder (IND)

Mens -73 kg

  1. Ewers, Craig (WAL)
  2. Broom, Peter (NZL)
  3. Reed, Tom (ENG)
  4. Reid, Lyndsay (NZL)

Mens -81 kg

  1. Cousins, Thomas (ENG)
  2. Preston, Luke (WAL)
  3. Endicott-Davies, Morgan (AUS)
  4. Solanki, Vinod (IND)

Mens -90 kg

  1. Cousins, Peter (ENG)
  2. O Connor, Mark (WAL)
  3. Dill-Russell, Ryan (NZL)
  4. Dill-Russell, David (NZL)

Mens -100 kg

  1. Kelly, Martin (AUS)
  2. Pragnell, Andrew (NZL)
  3. Koster, Jason (NZL)

Mens +100 kg

  1. Takayawa, Nacanieli (FIJ)

Mens Open

  1. Cousins, Peter (ENG)
  2. Pragnell, Andrew (NZL)
  3. Fakaosi, Epoki (TGA)
  4. O Connor, Mark (WAL)

Women's -48 kg

  1. Archbold, Lisa (NZL)
  2. Archana, (IND)
  3. Chanu, Ningthoujam Gomti (IND)

Women's -52 kg

  1. Chanu, Angom Anita (IND)
  2. Welsh, Elizabeth (ENG)
  3. Fong, Kelly (AUS)

Women's -57 kg

  1. Johnstone, Sophie (ENG)
  2. Devi, Laishram Nirupama (IND)
  3. Stormont, Vicky (NZL)
  4. Taylor, Sharon (AUS)

Women's -63 kg

  1. Hutchins, Gemma (ENG)
  2. Newham, Allison (AUS)
  3. Kaur, Pawan Deep (IND)

Women's -70 kg

  1. Holt, Michelle (ENG)
  2. Williams, Joy (NZL)

Women's -78 kg

  1. Wilson, Sian (ENG)
  2. Bittu, (IND)

Women's +78 kg

  1. Iredale, Fiona (NZL)
  2. Diviya, (IND)

Women's Open

  1. Wilson, Sian (ENG)
  2. Williams, Joy (NZL)
  3. Healy, Shauna (NIR)


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