Powerhouse performances from Georgia and Japan on Day 3 of Zagreb Grand Prix as Japanese judokas top medals standings with four golds and four silvers
Great Britain's Gemma Howell struck judo gold for a second time in two weeks after victory at the 2019 Zagreb Grand Prix and was our Woman of the Day
Explosive judo on Day 1 of Zagreb Grand Prix, Spain's Alberto Gaitero Martin is our Man of the Day and Canada's Jessica Klimkait our Woman of the Day
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The team lost 4-2 to France but it was Croatia's best-ever world cup result.