Tommy Arshansky, 2012
|European Judo Championships|
|2013 Budapest||60 kg|
Artiom "Tommy" Arshansky (Hebrew : ארטיום "טומי" ארשנסקי; born 26 September 1991) is an Israeli judoka. He competes in the extra lightweight (under 60 kg) weight category. He represented Israel at the 2012 Summer Olympics and won a bronze medal at the 2013 European Judo Championships
Arshansky was born in Moscowand after his family made aliyah lived in Tirat Carmel, Haifa and Kiryat Yam.
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