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Ugo Legrand His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Ugo Legrand His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who is Ugo Legrand?

Ugo Legrand is a French Judoka who most notably competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London England. On top of competing at the 2012 Olympics, Ugo Legrand has also competed in many high-level tournaments with great success. 

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Ugo Legrand started competing in 2005 when he was only 15 years old. In 2015, Ugo Legrand would retire from the sport of judo at 25 years old. 

How Old is Ugo Legrand?

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Ugo Legrand was born on January 22, 1989, in Mont-Saint-Aignan, France. This makes Ugo Legrand 32 years old at the time of writing. 

Ugo Legrand’s Family

Ugo Legrand’s father is named Rodolphe Legrand and he also has a brother named Paco Legrand. 

How Much is Ugo Legrand Worth?

Ugo Legrand’s estimated net worth in 2022 is set around $1.5 Million US dollars. 

How Tall is Ugo Legrand?

Ugo Legrand stands at 1.75 meters tall or 5 foot 7 inches tall. 

What is Ugo Legrand’s Reach? 

Ugo Legrand’s reach is currently unknown 

How Much Does Ugo Legrand Weigh?

Ugo Legrand competed in the 73 kilograms or 160-pound division in Judo. 

Ugo Legrand Fight List

Ugo Legrand’s competitive Judo career began back in 2005 when he was 15 years old. Ugo Legrand first competed at the French U17 Championships Paris in 2005 where he earned first place in the under 66 kg category. 

Ugo Legrand would then compete three more times in 2005. At each of those events, Ugo Legrand took home 3rd place. 

In 2006, Ugo Legrand first competed at the International U20 Tournament Open Sens and at this event Ugo Legrand would take home second place. At his next event, the French U20 Championships Paris, Ugo Legrand took home first place. At the last three events Ugo Legrand competed at in 2006, he would take home third place at each of them. 

Ugo Legrand would start off 2007 with great success. Ugo Legrand would go on a three-tournament first place win streak, taking home gold at that year’s International U20 Tournament Open Sens, French U20 Championships Paris and A-Tournament U20 Lyon respectively. 

Ugo Legrand then took home two third-place medals at his next two events and then he would cap off his 2007 competitive year with a second palace medal at European U20 Championships Prague. 

Ugo Legrand would also start the year with success. Ugo Legrand started off his 2008 competitive year with a first-place medal at the Belgian Open Championships Visé. At his next event, Ugo Legrand comepted at the International U20 Tournament Open Sens and took home second place in his divison.

Later, at the French U20 Championships Paris in 2008, Ugo Legrand would once again take home first place. Ugo Legrand then took home third in his next two tournaments and would then finish 2008 by taking home first place in the final three tournaments he comepted in that year. 

In 2009, Ugo Legrand would have a short competitive year. That year he would only compete three times, at the Games French Speaking countries Beirut in September and then the Finnish Open and the European Championships U23, both in November. Despite it being short competitive year, it was still a successful one as Ugo Legrand took home first place at all three of these events. 

In 2010, Ugo Legrand would have a mixed year, starting off by taking first place at the first event of the year that he competed in. After placing a few times at some of the tournaments he competed in, Ugo Legrand would finish off 2010 by winning first place at the Grand Prix Qingdao. 

In 2011 Ugo Legrand had a mixed year and unfortunately did not take home first place that year and the best he did was win second at the French Championships. 

In 2012, Ugo Legrand only competed three times. At the first event he competed at, the Grand Prix Düsseldorf, he took home third place. At his next competition, the European Championships, Ugo Legrand took home first place.

Ugo Legrand capped off his 2012 competitive year at the 2012 London Olympics. At that event Ugo Legrand took home the bronze medal for his country. 

In 2013, Ugo Legrand would only compete three times once again, this time he would take home third palace at the first two events he competed at and then second place at the World Championships in Rio de Janeiro to finish off the year. 

2014 was Ugo Legrand’s final competitive year and it started off with a third place at that years Grand Slam Paris. He then took home first place at his next event, the Pan American Open in Montevideo and then third place at the Pan American Open in Buenos Aires. 

Ugo Legrand then competed at the European Championships in Montpellier taking home second place and then he took home 3rd place at the European Team Championships  in Montpellier. Ugo Legrand’s final event was at the Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi where he took home 7th palace after losing in the first round to Khadbaatar Narankhuu. 

After that, in 2015 Ugo Legrand retired from Judo competition. 

Who Did Ugo Legrand Lose to?

Ugo Legrand has competed against many big names in Judo and has, unfortunately, come up short a few times. Some of the people the Ugo Legrand has lost to includes: Dex Elmont, Rok Draksic, Florent Urani, Kuk Hyon Hong, Chang-Rim An, Mansur Isaev and Dirk Van Tichelt. The last person that Ugo Legran lost to was Khadbaatar Narankhuu in his very last Judo match. 

What is Ugo Legrand’s Fight Record?

In the entirety of his competitive Judo career, Ugo Legrand had a total of 170 matches. In those 170 matches, Ugo Legrand won 124 and lost 46. This gives Hugo Legrand a total win percentage of 72.9 percent. 

What Titles Has Ugo Legrand Held?

Ugo Legrand has had the honor of holding several different high level titles in Judo. These include 

  • Bronze at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
  • Silver at the 2013 World Championships in Rio de Janiero 
  • Bronze at the 2011 World Championships
  • 2008 World Junior Title 
  • 2012 European Champion

Has Ugo Legrand had Any Serious Injuries?

Ugo Legrand does not have any serious injuries worth noting here. 

Is Ugo Legrand Retired?

Ugo Legrand started competing in 2005 and in 2015 would retire after a full 10 years competing in the sport of Judo.

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