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Nationality  Portuguese
Name  Telma Monteiro
Residence  Almada, Portugal
Height  1.59 m

Country  Portugal
Weight  57 kg
Sport  Judo
Club  S.L. Benfica
Telma Monteiro Juji Gatame Telma Monteiro and Cristiano Ronaldo
Full name  Telma Alexandra Pinto Monteiro
Born  27 December 1985 (age 29) (1985-12-27) Almada, Portugal
Highest world ranking  1st –52 kg (2006) 1st –57 kg (2015)
Similar People  Joana Ramos, Automne Pavia, Nelson Evora, Marti Malloy, Kaori Matsumoto

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Telma Alexandra Pinto Monteiro, (born 27 December 1985) is a female Portuguese judoka who has won multiple medals in international competitions, such as the European and World Championships. At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, she won her first-ever Olympic medal after taking the bronze in the women's –57 kg event.

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Born in Almada, she represented Construções Norte/Sul until 2007, when she joined S.L. Benfica.

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2017

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  • Gold – European Open (Minsk)
  • 2016

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  • Bronze – Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Bronze – Grand Prix (Budapest)
  • 2015

  • Gold – European Championships
  • Gold – Grand Slam Paris
  • 2014

  • Silver – World Championships
  • Gold – Grand Slam (Abu Dhabi)
  • Silver – Grand Slam Tokyo
  • 2013

  • Bronze – European Championships (Budapest)
  • Gold – European Open (Sofia)
  • 2012

  • 17th – Olympic Games
  • Gold – European Championships
  • Gold – Grand Slam Paris
  • Silver – Masters (Almaty)
  • 2011

  • Silver – European Championships
  • Gold – European Cup (Hamburg)
  • Bronze – World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Bronze – Grand Slam Paris
  • Bronze – Grand Prix (Abu Dhabi)
  • Gold – Masters (Baku)
  • 2010

  • Silver – World Championships
  • Bronze – European Championships
  • Gold – World Cup (Sofia)
  • Silver – Grand Prix (Düsseldorf)
  • Silver – Grand Slam (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Bronze – Grand Slam (Moscow)
  • 2009

  • Gold – European Championships
  • Silver – World Championships
  • Gold – World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Gold – World Cup (Sofia)
  • Gold – Grand Prix (Hamburg)
  • Gold – Grand Slam (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Bronze – Grand Slam (Moscow)
  • 2008

  • 9th – Olympic Games
  • Gold – Portuguese Cup by teams
  • Gold – World Cup (Bucharest) A category
  • Bronze – World Cup (Paris) Super A category
  • 2007

  • Silver – World Championships
  • Gold – European Championships
  • Gold – World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Gold – World Cup (Denmark)
  • Silver – Super A Tournament (Paris)
  • Silver – Super A Tournament (Moscow)
  • 2006

    1st – World Ranking –52 kg

  • Gold – European Championships
  • Gold – World Cup (Lisbon)
  • Silver – Fukuoka International Championships (Fukuoka)
  • Gold – Super A Tournament (Moscow)
  • Gold – Under-23 European Championships (Moscow)
  • 2005

  • Bronze – World Championships
  • Bronze – European Championships
  • Gold – World Cup (Madrid)
  • Bronze – World Cup (Tampere)
  • Silver – Under-23 European Championships (Kiev)
  • Gold – Kiyoshi Kobayashi International Championship
  • Gold – World Cup (Bucharest)
  • 2004

    2nd – European Ranking –52 kg

  • 12th – Olympic Games
  • Silver – Juniors World Championship (Budapest)
  • Gold – Junior European Championship (Sofia)
  • Gold – European Open (Germany)
  • Gold – World Cup (Leonding)
  • Gold – World Cup (Rome)
  • Bronze – World Cup (Tallinn)
  • Bronze – World Cup (Warsaw)
  • 2003

  • Gold – Portuguese Championship
  • Bronze – Juniors European Championships (Sarajevo)
  • Gold – Juniors A Championship (Sweden)
  • Gold – Juniors A Championship (Hungary)
  • Gold – Juniors A Championship (Portugal)
  • Bronze – Juniors A Championship (Czech Republic)
  • 2002

  • 9th – Juniors European Championship
  • Gold – Juniors Portuguese Championship
  • Silver – Portugal Juniors A Tournament
  • 2001

  • Silver – Esperanças Portuguese Championship
  • Orders

  • Officer of the Order of Merit
  • Commander of the Order of Merit
  • References

    Telma Monteiro Wikipedia


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