Saturday, August 5, 2017

Sainjargal (MGL) vs Ono (JPN): 2011 Qingdao Grand Prix

Part 1: Sainjargal (MGL) at the 2011 Qingdao Grand Prix
Part 2: Sharipov (UZB) at the 2012 Paris Grand Slam
Part 3: Wang (KOR) at the 2012 Tashkent Asian Championships
Part 4: Khashbaatar (MGL) at the 2013 Paris Grand Slam
Part 5: Lee (KOR) at the 2014 Chelyabinsk World Championships

Part 6: Iartcev (RUS) at the 2014 Chelyabinsk World Championships
Part 7: Akimoto (JPN) at the 2014 Tokyo Grand Slam


(Video courtesy of www.ijf.org)

Mongolia's recently-retired Nyam-Ochir Sainjargal is a tough fighter and in his fight against Shohei Ono at the 2011 Qingdao Grand Prix, he managed to impose a high grip on Ono while preventing the Japanese player from getting his own high grip.

But Sainjargal was not defensive. He put in his fair share of attacks, as did Ono. In the end though, it was Sainjargal's uchimata that scored the ippon.

Ono tried to stop the throw with his left arm. He was lucky it didn't break.

Ono was actually quite lucky he didn't break his arm trying to defend against that throw as you can see from the picture above. It was a good throw and a good win for the Sainjargal, one of the few players in the world who can say he has beaten Ono with Ono's favorite technique for ippon.

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