Verkerk to the quarterfinals of the world CHAMPIONSHIPS judo, Polling disabled in third round
Marhinde Verkerk has Friday at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in judo in Budapest, placed for the quarter-finals. Kim Polling, Sanne van Dijke and Guusje Steenhuis are disabled in Hungary.
Verkerk began in the class up to 78 kilograms world cup with a victory on ippon on Albina Amangeldiyeva of Kazakhstan.
In the second round was the world champion of 2009, who last year struggled with injuries, after extension to strong for the Polish Beata Pacut by a waza-ari to score.
Steenhuis, who earlier this year, the silver medal at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS, and lost in the same class in her first game of the Italian Assunta Galeone. The Dutch got into the renewal with a second penalty, making the fighting was over.
Polling won in the class up to 70 kilograms her first party at the ippon of the Chinese Zi Yan, but in the third round went the triple European champion herself on her back against Yuri Alvear from Colombia, which in 2009, 2013 and 2014 world CHAMPIONSHIPS-gold medal.
The 26-year-old Groningen judode her first tournament since the Olympic Games of Rio de Janeiro last year. Polling, which is still waiting for its first world title, it was after the Play had surgery on her elbow and her knee.
Van Dijke saved not in the same class as Polling. The 22-year-old Brabant, who in april gold picked up in its european CHAMPIONSHIP debut, was in the grip taken by the British Sally Conway, making her tournament was already over.