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Henri Courtine

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Sport  Judo
Name  Henri Courtine
Residence  France

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Division(s)  half-lightweight (60–66 kg)

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Henri Courtine (born 1930) is a French judoka who studied with Mikinosuke Kawaishi, and his assistant, Shozo Awazu. He received a bronze medal at the 1956 World Judo Championships in Tokyo, shared with Anton Geesink, after losing the semi final to winner Shokichi Natsui. He is three times individual European champion (1952, 1958 and 1959), and four times with the French team (1952, 1954, 1955 and 1956). He served as sports director of the International Judo Federation (IJF) from 1979 to 1987.

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Henri Courtine Kodokan 10th Dan Promotions Judo Info

Henri Courtine was honored the title jūdan (10th dan) in 2007, as the first ever French judoka. This title however is not officially recognized by the Kodokan.

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Henri Courtine Wikipedia


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