Budapest hosts the highest level of international judo competition, which is 2017 World Judo Championships, at the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena, between August 28 and September 3.
Nearly 90 judokas from 134 countries will struggle to claim medals in the seven weight classes during the week-long competition in the capital city of Hungary.
Uzbekistan men’s national judo team will take part in the 2017 World Judo Championships with nine judokas, including Olympic bronze medalist Diyorbek Urozboev and Asian Judo Championships silver medalist Mukhriddin Tilovov, in the respective weight classes.
Uzbekistan men’s national judo team
60 kg/132lbs – Muhriddin Tilovov
60 kg/132lbs – Diyorbek Urozboev
66 kg/145lbs – Sardor Nurullaev
73 kg/160lbs – Giyosjon Boboev
81 kg/178lbs – Davlat Bobonov
90 kg/198lbs – Yahyo Imomov
90 kg/198lbs – Shahzod Sobirov
100 kg/220lbs – Sherali Juraev
+100 kg/+198lbs – Muhsin Khisomiddinov