Fair Play Trophy to Ukraine at Paris Open PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 12:49
Bohdan Mochulsky, men 62, Ukraine, Fair Play Paris Open 2016In Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st 2016, traditional international tournament in ju-jitsu took place in Paris – France. 23 Nations with 351 competitors participated in fighting, duo system and ne-waza. Among others referee course was organised under the patronage of JJIF and JJEU Referee Committee evaluators. Together 55 referees from 15 countries share right on 5 mats. French Judo and Ju-jitsu Federation again presented professional organisation of international event, also visited by local and regional representatives of sport and municipality authorities.
 
Official results of the tournament are attached.
 
Dario Quenza, JJEU President, awarder Fair Play Trophy to Bohdan Mochulsky, fighter in category 62 kg from Ukraine. He was fighting for a gold medal in his category when his opponent from Germany slipped and fell down to the mat. Bohdan Mochulsky did not use the opportunity and weakness of the athlete from Germany – he offered a hand to him, helped him to stand up and then they continue to fight. At the end, Athlete from Germany won a gold medal.
 
With his exemplary move of gallantry and fair play Bohdan Mochulsky has proven that being fair is beyond wining at any cost. Fair play move is an example of good ju-jitsu spirit and mutual respect. The way to follow.
Last Updated on Saturday, 07 May 2016 18:21