On the second day of the Asian Judo Championships, the Japanese women's 70-kg class Yoko Ohno and the men's 81-kg class Takeshi Sasaki won.

At the Asian Judo Championships held in Kazakhstan, the second day of competition was held on the 5th, and Japanese athletes competed in three categories for men and women.

Among them, in the women's 70 kg class, Mr. Ohno, who won the silver medal at the world championship last year, advanced to the final and played against a player from Uzbekistan.

The match went into overtime, but after four and a half minutes of extra time, Ohno won by ippon and won the championship.

In the final of the men's 81-kilogram class, Takeshi Sasaki, who has won international championships, faced a player from Tajikistan.

On the other hand, in the women's 63-kilogram class, Nami Nabekura advanced to the final, but after extra time she was defeated by a Mongolian competitor with her uchimata wazaari and finished second.