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Ukrainian Judo Bilodid Calls for Donations to Support Her Homeland

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Daria Bilodyd (Ukraine), a bronze medalist in the women’s 48-kilogram judo weight class at the Tokyo Olympics, known as the too-beautiful judoka, has been calling for donations for Ukraine on her Instagram account.

What a majestic picture (from her Instagram).

Bilodid, now 21, won the 2018 World Championships at the age of 17, breaking the record for the youngest person to win the event, and then went on to win the following year’s World Championships to win back-to-back titles. Her nickname is “Anaconda” because of her long arms and legs. She never misses her prey. She was also a candidate for the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, but ended up with the bronze medal.

On the other hand, her beauty is also attracting worldwide attention. She boasts excellent proportions due to her long arms and legs, which are her weapons, and her height, and in the past she has even been invited by a modeling agency. She has 511,000 followers on Instagram, where she shows her private outfits and other photos. She is a so-called influencer.

Then tragedy struck in Ukraine, where she lives. The Russian invasion had begun. Bilodyd used her position as an influencer to appeal to the world about the situation in Ukraine every day, and at that time, she also called for donations. He also posted in Japanese for the Japanese people.

In this post, Bilodeid again called for donations.

He asked his followers to support Ukraine by donating to the cause. I am going to directly support those who are fighting on the front lines with my fellow members of the Judo community.”

The goal is $42,000, and the money raised will be used to purchase bulletproof vests and helmets.

Bilodid continues to work hard to provide support even in evacuation centers. Many fans may be moved by his dedication. On the other hand, fans may be concerned that he is not getting enough time to practice judo.

Despite the pain she is going through, I hope that she will win a gold medal at the next Olympics in Paris, because she is working for her country as an influencer. That will be the moment when peace truly comes for her.

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