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Joana Ramos finishes fifth in the Judo World Championships

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It is the third time that the 39-year-old judoka has won a medal at world championships, after having also been fifth at the 2011 World Championships in Paris and in 2019 in Tokyo.

Joana Ramos won three matches, with the Mongolian Khorloodoi Bishrelt (27th), the Swiss Evelyne Tschopp (13th) and the Belgian Amber Ryheul (41st), and lost in the quarter-finals with the first seed, Japanese Ai Shishime, and in the fight for bronze, with Kocher.

In the decisive fight for the medal, the discussion dragged on to the ‘golden score’, a period in which Joana Ramos, who had two punishments, suffered a third and consequent ippon, when she grabbed the opponent’s leg, 51 seconds into the compensation.

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