Timo Peltola

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Timo Peltola (born June 12, 1972) is a Finnish judoka.


YearTournamentPlaceWeight class
2001 European Judo Championships 5thHalf heavyweight (100 kg)
1998 European Judo Championships 7thHalf heavyweight (100 kg)

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