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Our male Olympic winners shirts, lovingly made from high quality, ring-spun cotton, take you back to those heady days of Olympic winners past, and let you carry them close to your heart wherever you go.

Judoka everywhere know the pain and commitment needed to train and excel in this ancient Japanese martial art, and this is exemplified by these elite athletes at the top of their game.

Whether you’re a lightweight like Paula Pareto, affectionately known as ‘the small one’, or a heavyweight like Kosei Inoue in search of the perfect Uchi Mata, we have sizes to suit everyone.

Next time you train, wear your Olympic winner’s shirt before you pull on your Judogi, to remind yourself of the high levels achieved by these iconic heroes of Judo. For Teddy Riner, widely regarded of one of the best of all time, defeat in 2008 in Beijing couldn’t stop him.

Through dogged determination, he returned to win golds in London 4 years later, and again in Rio in 2016.

This is the spirit required to succeed, so carry Teddy close to your heart as your inspiration next time you step into the arena, while expressing your love for this unique martial art.

  • Meet All The Best Judokas Everywhere You Go
  • Express Your Love To Judo
  • Enjoy decent design with male legends of Judo

 

JUDOCA TCHECO LUKAS KRPALEK LEVA OURO NA CATEGORIA ATÉ 100 KG NA RIO 2016 (28816283262)

 

Rafael Silva perde para francês Teddy Riner no judô 1037182-rj mg 4479



Category -60kg

  • Thierry Rey (FRA), Moscow 1980
  • Shinji Hosokawa (JPN), Los Angeles 1984
  • Kim Jae-Yup (KOR), Seoul 1988
  • Nazim Huseynov (EUN), Barcelona 1992
  • Tadahiro Nomura (JPN), Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004
  • Choi Min-Ho (KOR), Beijing 2008
  • Arsen Galstyan (RUS), London 2012
  • Beslan Mudranov (RUS), Rio 2016
Shohei Ono


Category -66kg
(-65kg 1980-1996)

  • Nikolai Solodukhin (URS), Moscow 1980
  • Yoshiyuki Matsuoka (JPN), Los Angeles 1984
  • Lee Kyung-Keun (KOR), Seoul 1988
  • Rogério Sampaio (BRA), Barcelona 1992
  • Udo Quellmalz (GER), Atlanta 1996
  • Hüseyin Özkan (TUR), Sydney 2000
  • Masato Uchishiba (JPN), Beijing 2008, Athens 2004
  • Lasha Shavdatuashvili (GEO), London 2012
  • Fabio Basile (ITA), Rio 2016



Category -73kg
Category -71kg (1980-1996)
Category -63kg (1972-1976)
Category -68kg (1964)

  • Takehide Nakatani (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Takao Kawaguchi (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Hector Rodriguez (CUB), Montreal 1976
  • Ezio Gamba (ITA), Moscow 1980
  • Ahn Byeong-Keun (KOR), Los Angeles 1984
  • Marc Alexandre (FRA), Seoul 1988
  • Toshihiko Koga (JPN), Barcelona 1992
  • Kenzo Nakamura (JPN),  Atlanta 1996
  • Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA), Sydney 2000
  • Lee Won-Hee (KOR), Athens 2004
  • Elnur Mammadli (AZE), Beijing 2008
  • Mansur Isaev (RUS), London 2012
  • Shohei Ono (JPN), Rio 2016



Category -81kg

Category -78kg (1980-1996)
Category -70kg (1972-1976)

  • Toyokazu Nomura (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Vladimir Nevzorov (URS), Montreal 1976
  • Shota Khabareli (URS), Moscow 1980
  • Frank Wieneke (FRG), Los Angeles 1984
  • Waldemar Legien (POL), Seoul 1988
  • Hidehiko Yoshida (JPN), Barcelona 1992
  • Djamel Bouras (FRA),  Atlanta 1996
  • Makoto Takimoto (JPN), Sydney 2000
  • Ilias Iliadis (GRE), Athens 2004
  • Ole Bischof (GER), Beijing 2008
  • Kim Jae-bum, (KOR), London 2012
  • Khasan Khalmurzaev (RUS), Rio 2016



Category -90kg
Category -86kg (1980-1996)
Category -80kg (1964-1976)

  • Isao Okano (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Shinobu Sekine (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Isamu Sonoda (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Jürg Röthlisberger (SUI), Moscow 1980
  • Peter Seisenbacher (AUT), Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988
  • Waldemar Legien (POL), Barcelona 1992
  • Jeon Ki-young (KOR), Atlanta 1996
  • Mark Huizinga (NED), Sydney 2000
  • Zurab Zviadauri (GEO), Athens 2004
  • Irakli Tsirekidze (GEO), Beijing 2008
  • Song Dae-nam (KOR), London 2012
  • Mashu Baker (JPN), Rio 2016



Category -100kg
Category -95kg (1980-1996)
Category -93kg (1972-1976)

  • Shota Chochishvili (URS), Munich 1972
  • Kazuhiro Ninomiya (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Robert Van de Walle (BEL), Moscow 1980
  • Ha Hyung-Joo (KOR), Los Angeles 1984
  • Aurélio Miguel (BRA), Seoul 1988
  • Antal Kovács (HUN), Barcelona 1992
  • Pawel Nastula (POL), Atlanta 1996
  • Kosei Inoue (JPN), Sydney 2000
  • Ihar Makarau (BLR), Athens 2004
  • Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar (MGL), Beijing 2008
  • Tagir Khaibulaev (RUS), London 2012
  • Lukáš Krpálek (CZE), Rio 2016



Category +100kg

Category +95kg (1980-1996)
Category +93kg (1972-1976)
Cagegory (1964)

  • Isao Inokuma (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Wim Ruska (NED), Munich 1972
  • Serhiy Novikov (URS), Montreal 1976
  • Angelo Parisi (FRA), Moscow 1980
  • Hitoshi Saito (JPN), Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988
  • David Khakhaleishvili (EUN), Barcelona 1992
  • David Douillet (FRA), Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000
  • Keiji Suzuki (JPN),  Athens 2004
  • Satoshi Ishii (JPN), Beijing 2008
  • Teddy Riner (FRA), London 2012, Rio 2016



Category Open Class

  • Anton Geesink (NED), Tokyo 1964
  • Wim Ruska (NED), Munich 1972
  • Haruki Uemura (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Dietmar Lorenz (GDR), Moscow 1980
  • Yasuhiro Yamashita (JPN), Los Angeles 1984


Tshirt Material

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

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Our male Olympic winners shirts, lovingly made from high quality, ring-spun cotton, take you back to those heady days of Olympic winners past, and let you carry them close to your heart wherever you go.

Judoka everywhere know the pain and commitment needed to train and excel in this ancient Japanese martial art, and this is exemplified by these elite athletes at the top of their game.

Whether you’re a lightweight like Paula Pareto, affectionately known as ‘the small one’, or a heavyweight like Kosei Inoue in search of the perfect Uchi Mata, we have sizes to suit everyone.

Next time you train, wear your Olympic winner’s shirt before you pull on your Judogi, to remind yourself of the high levels achieved by these iconic heroes of Judo. For Teddy Riner, widely regarded of one of the best of all time, defeat in 2008 in Beijing couldn’t stop him.

Through dogged determination, he returned to win golds in London 4 years later, and again in Rio in 2016.

This is the spirit required to succeed, so carry Teddy close to your heart as your inspiration next time you step into the arena, while expressing your love for this unique martial art.

  • Meet All The Best Judokas Everywhere You Go
  • Express Your Love To Judo
  • Enjoy decent design with male legends of Judo

 

JUDOCA TCHECO LUKAS KRPALEK LEVA OURO NA CATEGORIA ATÉ 100 KG NA RIO 2016 (28816283262)

 

Rafael Silva perde para francês Teddy Riner no judô 1037182-rj mg 4479



Category -60kg

  • Thierry Rey (FRA), Moscow 1980
  • Shinji Hosokawa (JPN), Los Angeles 1984
  • Kim Jae-Yup (KOR), Seoul 1988
  • Nazim Huseynov (EUN), Barcelona 1992
  • Tadahiro Nomura (JPN), Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004
  • Choi Min-Ho (KOR), Beijing 2008
  • Arsen Galstyan (RUS), London 2012
  • Beslan Mudranov (RUS), Rio 2016
Shohei Ono


Category -66kg
(-65kg 1980-1996)

  • Nikolai Solodukhin (URS), Moscow 1980
  • Yoshiyuki Matsuoka (JPN), Los Angeles 1984
  • Lee Kyung-Keun (KOR), Seoul 1988
  • Rogério Sampaio (BRA), Barcelona 1992
  • Udo Quellmalz (GER), Atlanta 1996
  • Hüseyin Özkan (TUR), Sydney 2000
  • Masato Uchishiba (JPN), Beijing 2008, Athens 2004
  • Lasha Shavdatuashvili (GEO), London 2012
  • Fabio Basile (ITA), Rio 2016



Category -73kg
Category -71kg (1980-1996)
Category -63kg (1972-1976)
Category -68kg (1964)

  • Takehide Nakatani (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Takao Kawaguchi (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Hector Rodriguez (CUB), Montreal 1976
  • Ezio Gamba (ITA), Moscow 1980
  • Ahn Byeong-Keun (KOR), Los Angeles 1984
  • Marc Alexandre (FRA), Seoul 1988
  • Toshihiko Koga (JPN), Barcelona 1992
  • Kenzo Nakamura (JPN),  Atlanta 1996
  • Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA), Sydney 2000
  • Lee Won-Hee (KOR), Athens 2004
  • Elnur Mammadli (AZE), Beijing 2008
  • Mansur Isaev (RUS), London 2012
  • Shohei Ono (JPN), Rio 2016



Category -81kg

Category -78kg (1980-1996)
Category -70kg (1972-1976)

  • Toyokazu Nomura (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Vladimir Nevzorov (URS), Montreal 1976
  • Shota Khabareli (URS), Moscow 1980
  • Frank Wieneke (FRG), Los Angeles 1984
  • Waldemar Legien (POL), Seoul 1988
  • Hidehiko Yoshida (JPN), Barcelona 1992
  • Djamel Bouras (FRA),  Atlanta 1996
  • Makoto Takimoto (JPN), Sydney 2000
  • Ilias Iliadis (GRE), Athens 2004
  • Ole Bischof (GER), Beijing 2008
  • Kim Jae-bum, (KOR), London 2012
  • Khasan Khalmurzaev (RUS), Rio 2016



Category -90kg
Category -86kg (1980-1996)
Category -80kg (1964-1976)

  • Isao Okano (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Shinobu Sekine (JPN), Munich 1972
  • Isamu Sonoda (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Jürg Röthlisberger (SUI), Moscow 1980
  • Peter Seisenbacher (AUT), Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988
  • Waldemar Legien (POL), Barcelona 1992
  • Jeon Ki-young (KOR), Atlanta 1996
  • Mark Huizinga (NED), Sydney 2000
  • Zurab Zviadauri (GEO), Athens 2004
  • Irakli Tsirekidze (GEO), Beijing 2008
  • Song Dae-nam (KOR), London 2012
  • Mashu Baker (JPN), Rio 2016



Category -100kg
Category -95kg (1980-1996)
Category -93kg (1972-1976)

  • Shota Chochishvili (URS), Munich 1972
  • Kazuhiro Ninomiya (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Robert Van de Walle (BEL), Moscow 1980
  • Ha Hyung-Joo (KOR), Los Angeles 1984
  • Aurélio Miguel (BRA), Seoul 1988
  • Antal Kovács (HUN), Barcelona 1992
  • Pawel Nastula (POL), Atlanta 1996
  • Kosei Inoue (JPN), Sydney 2000
  • Ihar Makarau (BLR), Athens 2004
  • Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar (MGL), Beijing 2008
  • Tagir Khaibulaev (RUS), London 2012
  • Lukáš Krpálek (CZE), Rio 2016



Category +100kg

Category +95kg (1980-1996)
Category +93kg (1972-1976)
Cagegory (1964)

  • Isao Inokuma (JPN), Tokyo 1964
  • Wim Ruska (NED), Munich 1972
  • Serhiy Novikov (URS), Montreal 1976
  • Angelo Parisi (FRA), Moscow 1980
  • Hitoshi Saito (JPN), Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988
  • David Khakhaleishvili (EUN), Barcelona 1992
  • David Douillet (FRA), Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000
  • Keiji Suzuki (JPN),  Athens 2004
  • Satoshi Ishii (JPN), Beijing 2008
  • Teddy Riner (FRA), London 2012, Rio 2016



Category Open Class

  • Anton Geesink (NED), Tokyo 1964
  • Wim Ruska (NED), Munich 1972
  • Haruki Uemura (JPN), Montreal 1976
  • Dietmar Lorenz (GDR), Moscow 1980
  • Yasuhiro Yamashita (JPN), Los Angeles 1984


Tshirt Material

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

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