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Medal record

Lucija Polavder
Women's Judo
Competitor for  Slovenia
Olympic Games
Bronze 2008 Beijing +78 kg
World Championships
Silver 2007 Rio Open class
European Championships
Bronze 2003 Düsseldorf Open class
Bronze 2006 Tampere +78 kg
Bronze 2007 Belgrade +78 kg
Bronze 2008 Lisbon +78 kg

Lucija Polavder (born 15 December 1984 in Celje)[1] is a Slovene judoka. Polavder competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics where she didn't advance from the first round. At the 2008 Summer Olympics she advancet to the semifinals, where she was defeated by Japanese Maki Tsukada. In the bronze medal match, Polavder defeated Korean Kim Na-Young and became the second Slovenian judoka to win a medal at the Olympics (after Urška Žolnir in 2004).

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