The Russian national team has won just 14 medals of different denominations in the second day of the tournament. Among them are two gold, three silver and nine bronze medals.
In the -70 kg category the gold medalist is Arai Chizuru of Japan. In the final she defeated Valentina Maltseva of Russia. Bronze went to Elvismar Rodriguez (Venezuela) and Aleksandra Samardzic (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The winner of the Grand Slam up to 78 kg is Takayama Rika of Japan, who won in final against Klara Apotekar from Slovenia. Bronze medals went to both Russian judokas – Anastasia Dmitrieva and Aleksandra Babintseva. Inamori Nami from Japan won in the final of 78+ kg. Thesecond after her is Nihel Cheikh Rouhou from Tunisia. Bronze went to Larisa Ceric (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Natalia Sokolova (Russia).
In the men’s contest, all medals were divided between athletes from Russia, Japan and Sweden.
In the -81 kg category the gold was taken by Russian judoka Aslan Lappinagov, silver went to Sato Seidai of Japan. Bronze winners are Alan Khubetsov and Stanislav Semenov, both from Russia. Swedish athlete Marcus Nyman is a Grand Slam winner in -90 kg category, silver went to Russian Khusen Khalmurzaev. Bronze of the category went to Magomed Magomedov (Russia) and Nagasawa Kenta (Japan).
The winner of the last year Tyumen Grand Slam Martin Pacek, representing Sweden, confirmed his title of the best and got a gold medal of -100 kg category again. Silver went to Adlan Bisultanov of Russia. The bronze medalists are Niaz Bilalov and Kazbek Zankishiev (both from Russia). Kazbek Zankishiev was representing Tymen at the Grand Slam tournament. The weight category over 100 kg has a winner from Russia – Andrey Volkov. Silver medal went to Ogawa Yusei. Bronze medalists are Ojitani Takeshi (Japan) and Anton Brachev (Russia).