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Albany, New York,12203
Burnt Hills High School
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Kyle Vashkulat, Software Implementation Specialist
In 2011 the host JMJC's Kyle Vashkulat just missed the $1000 bonus which would have matched JMJC clubmate Nick Kossor (2009) as the only athlete to sweep the Zebra Tour in a given year and be named "Zebra Tour Champion".
Vashkulat did so winning the +100kg weight at the Burnt Hills High School he graduated from a brief three years ago. Vashkulat didn't have the required 5 competitors in his division at the Ocean States so even though he won all four Zebra events was able to collect the bonus.
Also featured on the wall are JMJC Olympians, Jason Morris, Nick Delpopolo and Kyle Vashkulat.
COLONIE -- Checking in at Albany International Airport and on their way to board the plane, young fans surrounded Nick Delpopolo and Kyle Vashkulat. People recognizing you," said Vashkulat. "The pressure is on for Nick because he fights on the 20th anniversary of when Jason won the medal," said Vashkulat. Vashkulat is originally from Ukraine and Delpopolo was born in Montenegro, the former Yugoslavia. Vashkulat takes the stage on August 2nd. Burnt Hills High school alum Nick Delpopolo and with Kyle Vashkulat will compete for Judo gold in London. Soon to be 22-years-old, Vashkulat will be the youngest American to compete in the men's half heavyweight division. 4x Olympian & 2008 Olympic Coach, Jason Morris, Olympian, Kyle Vashkulat and Olympic Hopeful, Nick Delpopolo getting interviewed at the Jason Morris Judo Center by Kelly O'Donnell from ch. Burnt Hills High School graduate, Kyle Vashkulat (21) competed the first day and started well beating Jose Boisard from the Dominican Republic in an overtime thriller. Joining Bolen in Montreal will JMJC teammates, Nick Delpopolo (23) and Kyle Vashkulat (21). The US team included three players from the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) who also represent the NYAC: Brad Bolen (23), Nick Delpopolo (23) and Kyle Vashkulat (21). Unfortunately Kyle Vashkulat lost by the smallest of margins as the referee decided the match and the afternoon's result by giving Vashkulat a questionable stalling penalty with 30 seconds remaining. In Prague Burnt Hills graduate Kyle Vashkulat (21) defeated Argentina's Christian Schmidt and France's Clement Delvert before losing to eventual bronze medalist Rafal Filek of Poland. Along with Kyle the JMJC's four-tournament European tour includes Burnt Hills graduate Nick Kossor (26) who was eliminated in his first bout in Prague to eventual fifth-place finisher Ervand Mgdsyan (RUS) and Brad Bolen who also lost his opening match in Prague to Andriy Burdun (UKR) in the 66kg division which had a tour-largest 74 competitors. Representing the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) was 21 year old Kyle Vashkulat (100kg) who drew #11 ranked Ramziddin Sayidov (UZB) in the first round. Kyle battled his opponent for a solid 3 minutes, acrobatically escaping a few attacks before eventually getting thrown for ippon. Burnt Hills High School graduate, Kyle Vashkulat (21) started the JMJC off with a bang going 3-1 in the 100kg division to claim a bronze raising his position on the WRL to #22. Vashkulat started his day defeating Anthony Liu (ASA) by ippon in just over a minute then knocked off 4x Hungarian National Champion Balint Farkas in the quarter final. In the semis Kyle was defeated by former U23 European Champion Viacheslov Denysov (UKR) then went on to beat Jason Koster (NZL) to reach a world cup podium for the third time this year. Brad Bolen (22) & Kyle Vashkulat (20) from the Jason Morris Judo Center in Glenville, NY turned in break out performances at the Venezuela World Cup over the weekend claiming bronze medals in their respective divisions. Vashkulat who is a Burnt Hills High School graduate, was involved in one of the most exciting matches of the tournament as he beat hometown hero Albenis Rosales (VEN) in an overtime thriller. Vashkulat retained his #1 US ranking and he and Bolen each gained valuable points on the IJF rankings roster. Bolen, Vashkulat and JMJC teammates Natalie Lafon, Hannah Martin, Tony Sangimino & Angela Woosley will remain in Venezuela until Thursday for a training camp before traveling to El Salvador for the ESA World Cup. Kyle Vashkulat (21) placed fifth at 100kg losing in the semis to 2x Jr. World Champ, Lukas Krpalek (CZE) and then lost the bronze medal bout to Jose Boissard (DOM) in a very close battle. Bucharest, Romania - Jason Morris Judo Center's (JMJC) Kyle Vashkulat (20) enjoyed a terrific weekend as well taking 5th place at the Romania World Cup while his JMJC teammates were in Vail at the President's Cup. Vashkulat defeated Mael Le Normand (FRA) and Jadranko (BIH) before losing to hometown favorite Daniel Brata (ROM) in the quarter finals. In 2011 the host JMJC's Kyle Vashkulat just missed the $1000 bonus which would have matched JMJC clubmate Nick Kossor (2009) as the only athlete to sweep the Zebra Tour in a given year and be named "Zebra Tour Champion". Vashkulat did so winning the +100kg weight at the Burnt Hills High School he graduated from a brief three years ago. Vashkulat didn't have the required 5 competitors in his division at the Ocean States so even though he won all four Zebra events was able to collect the bonus. Bolen will join teammates Nick Kossor (60kg) and Kyle Vashkulat (100kg) on the US team that will be competing in the Pan Ams. Brad Bolen (Burnt Hills), Harrison Hatton (Charlton), Natalie Lafon (Clifton Park),Hannah Martin (Burnt Hills), Ethan Stanley (Clifton Park), Pete Stanley (Clifton Park), Kyle Vashkulat (Clifton Park) & Christie Woosley (Gloversville) all walked away with Gold medals in their respective divisions. Vashkulat (20) cruised through the +100kg division keeping his hopes alive to capture all the Zebra tour events to claim the $1000 bonus for doing so. Kyle would be only the second athlete to win the Zebra tour in it's five year history joining JMJC's Nick Kossor (25) who accomplished that feat in 2009. 2010 World team members Brad Bolen (66kg), Nick Kossor (60kg) and Kyle Vashkulat (100kg) led the way for the JMJC taking Gold medals in their respective weight classes. SCCC students Nick Kossor (24) and Kyle Vashkulat (19) from the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) in Glenville, NY captured National titles over the weekend in dominant fashion winning all their matches by ippon (full-point). Vashkulat breezed to to his second straight 100kg final winning all his matches by ippon. Myles Porter was his opponent in the final but didn't fare any better as Vashkulat buried him with ouchigari in the first two minutes to claim his first 100kg title. Vashkulat had already wrapped up a slot on the world team due to his #1 ranking. This result was Kyle's third National medal at 100kg. He also has two medals in the OPEN category including a gold in 2008. Group Photo: Standing L to R: Bill Shanahan, Tony Sangimino, Jake Stromecki, Kyle Vashkulat, Brad Bolen. Photo: Nick Kossor (Left) & Kyle Vashkulat Brad Bolen and Kyle Vashkulat Bolen's JMJC teammate Kyle Vashkulat (19), a Burnt Hills graduate and current SCCC student competing on his second Senior Pan Am Team, earned a bronze medal in the 100kg division. Vashkulat started his day sluggishly with an uncharacteristic loss by pin in the final minute to Mexico's Sergio Garcia (MEX). Vashkulat (a two-time Junior World Team member) took his frustration out on US Open silver medalist, Carlos Santiago (PUR) with anippon win. Vashkulat found himself fighting for bronze in a rematch of his 2009 Rendez-Vous Canada final's victory against veteran Scott Edward (CAN) in Montreal. This time Edward fought Vashkulat even for 4:58 with Vashkulat down by two penalties. Vashkulat used his final two seconds wisely as he caught the Canadian Edward for ippon in dramatic fashion. In claiming his first Pan Am medal. UAlbany senior Jake Stromecki (20) put in another workmanlike performance to join Vashkulat on the podium with a bronze medal. Photo Standing L to R: Harrison Hatton, Jon Woosley, Bill Shanahan, Jake Stromecki, Kyle Vashkulat & Brad Bolen Kyle Vashkulat, playing up at heavyweight from his natural -100kg category, stunned Vitaly Proska with a brilliant o ouchi gari (inner leg throw) propelling the JMJC men to the second round against New York's Starrett Judo Club. Photo from L to R: Kyle Vashkulat, Bill Shanahan, Jake Stromecki, Brad Bolen, Tony Sangimino, Nick Kossor, Dave Aronov & Coach, Jason Morris While their JMJC teammates were competing in Massachusetts SCCC students, Tony Sangimino (19) & Kyle Vashkulat (19) were competing for the second-straight week in Europe at the Austrian Open in Vienna. Vashkulat picked up his first European circuit win beating Zoltan Pentek (HUN) in the first round by ippon then lost to 2004 Olympic bronze medalist Ariel Zeevi (ISR).
SCCC students, Kim Carpenter (24) and Kyle Vashkulat (18) along with Natalie Lafon (27) joined Martin as first-time US Open medalists by winning bronze medals and bringing the JMJC team total to five which was enough to win the unofficial team title.
Vashkulat competed on both days in his normal 100kg weight class then in the Open the following day. He went 3-2 in 100kg to place fifth bringing his ranking to a career high #4. Kyle then went 3-1 in the Open division to win a bronze and take over the #1 spot on the US roster. Along with Vashkulat, Nick Delpopolo (19), Helen Delpopolo (15), Angela Creutzberger (17) and Nick Kossor matched or bettered their best US Open performance placing fifth.
Glenville's Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) captured 11 total medals with BH-BL graduates Nick Kossor (24) and Kyle Vashkulat (19) along with Chico, CA native Sarah Black (30) leading the way with gold medal performances.
Vashkulat and Tony Sangimino (19) will join them in Paris then stay for the training camp then go to Vienna for the Austrian Open. SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat (19) went 3-1 to win a silver medal at 100kg bringing his career total to seven tying him with Jeremy Liggett (20) for the JMJC lead. Kyle Vashkulat and Tony Sangimino in Paris SCCC student,Kyle Vashkulat(19) from the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) placed ninth at 15th Jr. World Championships in Paris October 16-19, 2009 posting a 1-1 record on the day. Vashkulat opened his day in the 100kg division with a decisive win over Stefan Jurisic (Serbia) throwing him for two waza-aris to get the victory. Kyle then faced eventual silver medalist Tomasz Domanski (Poland) in the second round. The match started well for Vashkulat as he was the aggressor and dominated the gripping but at the halfway mark dropped underneath Vashkulat to score ippon with morote seionage ending Kyle's run having to settle for ninth place for a second straight Jr. Worlds. "Kyle and Tony fought well and brought back a wealth of knowledge and experience from the trip" said 4x Olympian and JMJC coach, Jason Morris who made the trip with them. The JMJC players that will be going to the Ontario Open are Sarah Black, Brad Bolen, Jack Hatton, Harrison Hatton, Nick Kossor, Phil Metz, Tony Sangimino, Margaret Standish, Jake Stromecki, Christie Woosley & Kyle Vashkulat. Vashkulat finished his day off with a dramatic final victory over Canadian #1 and four time world cup medalist, Scott Edward (24). Vashkulat had never previously beaten Edward losing their last three meetings. The bout was a tense close battle until Edward attempted a weak attack and Vashkulat took advantage throwing Edward for ippon (full point) with te garuma at the three minute mark. This result solidifies Vashkulat as the US #1 at 100kg. Kyle Vashkulat (100kg) led the way for the Glenville, NY based Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) by winning silver medals in their respective divisions at the Quebec Open, October 11-12, 2009. Photo L to R Standing: Brad Bolen, Tony Sangimino, Kyle Vashkulat, Jake Stromecki, Harrison Hatton, Nick Kossor L to R Kneeling: Hannah Martin, Sarah Black, Jack Hatton, Cammi Kaichi, Christie Woosley, Natalie Lafon Brad Bolen (20), Natalie Lafon (28), Hannah Martin (21), Tony "Goose" Sangimino (19) and Kyle Vashkulat (19) will accompany coach Jason Morris on the trip. Vashkulat who took fifth place at 100kg in 2008 enters as the #1 seeded American this year. Brad Bolen (20), Natalie Lafon (28), Hannah Martin (21), Tony "Goose" Sangimino (19) and Kyle Vashkulat (19) will accompany coach Jason Morris on the trip. Vashkulat who took fifth place at 100kg in 2008 enters as the #1 seeded American this year. Lake Buena Vista, FL - SCCC students Tony "Goose" Sangimino (18) and Kyle Vashkulat (19) from the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) in Glenville, NY won their respective divisions over the weekend at the Jr. Olympics to earn a spot on the US Jr. World team that will compete in Athens, Greece October 22-25, 2009. Vashkulat also had a easy go of it to make his second straight Jr. World team joining Burnt Hills High School '06 graduates Jeremy Liggett and Nick Delpopolo (06 & 08) as two-time members. Vashkulat went 1-1 in his debut at the Jr. Worlds in 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. " Angela, Kyle and Tony fought extremely well and we are very proud of them and their continued progress ." Morris said. SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat (18) added a gold in the Open weight class to his 100kg bronze on day 1 to retain his #1 ranking. SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat (18) earned two medals over the weekend taking a silver in 100kg and a bronze in the Open category. Vashkulat won four straight matches by ippon to advance to his first 100kg final where he faced #1 Djamal Aliev for a chance for the fight off for the World team. Vashkulat was somewhat tentative on this big occasion and got thrown for ippon with drop seionage in the second minute leaving him with the silver. Vashkulat then padded the JMJC medal count with a bronze in the Open division. His #1 status in the Open division earned Kyle a chance to compete for the World team berth against much bigger opponents. Playing for the pure joy of it Kyle competed against 2008 Olympian at +100kg, Dan McCormick in a 2-out-of-3 fight off. McCormick outweighs Kyle by 40kg and he took advantage of that fact by throwing Vashkulat with a switch. But Kyle humbled the big man in the second bout submitting the Olympian with an arm bar and sending the contest the full three matches. Kyle was very much the aggressor in the rubber match with a number of threatening attacks. Philadelphia, PA - Hannah Martin (20) and Kyle Vashkulat (18) of the Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) in Glenville, NY both won titles in their respective divisions at the 26th annual Liberty Bell Classic this weekend. Kyle is also ranked #1 in the Open category. Martin posted a 3-0 mark at 57kg and cruised to victory while Vashkulat went 4-0 to secure his crown. Buenos Aires, Argentina - Natalie Lafon (28) and SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat from the Glenville-based Jason Morris Judo Center (JMJC) performed well in their first Pan Am Championships as did JMJC alumnus Travis Stevens. Though still only a junior, man-child Kyle Vashkulat (18) continued to build his reputation in 100kg by placing seventh. Kyle's most notable match was against Brazilian and 2007 World Champ Luciano Correa. Vashkulat battled the veteran Correa well into the third minute of the five-minute bout before being thrown. SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat (18) went 4-0 to claim the 100kg along with the $250 first prize as well claiming gold in the 17-19yrs 100kg division.
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