Israeli Judoka Sagi Muki will return to Ben-Gurion Airport today with the blue-and-white delegation in the hope of finally departing for Abu Dhabi, where they are set to compete in the Grand Slam event that starts on Thursday..
(photo credit: ASAF KLIGER)
Israeli judoka Sagi Muki won the gold medal at the Baku Grand Slam on Saturday, while Gefen Primo got a bronze medal on Friday.
Muki, along with Tohar Butbul, reached the final matches on Saturday. Muki came out with the gold medal. He has, as such, risen to first place in the world rankings, hinting at his participation in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Sagi Muki's battle for the gold medal was against Bulgarian Ivailu Ivanov in a rematch from the Tel Aviv Grand Prix in January.
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