Yoel Razvozov (Hebrew: יוֹאֵל רַזְבוֹזוֹב; born 5 July 1980) is an Israeli judoka and politician. He currently serves as the Minister of Tourism and was previously a member of the Knesset for Yesh Atid and the Blue and White alliance from 2013 to 2021.
|2021–||Minister of Tourism|
|Faction represented in the Knesset|
|2019–2020||Blue and White|
|Born||5 July 1980|
Birobidzhan, Soviet Union
|2005 Debrecen||Men's team|
|2004 Bucharest||–73 kg|
|2005 Rotterdam||–73 kg|
|IJF Grand Slam|
|2009 Rio de Janeiro||–73 kg|
Born Konstantin Razvozov (Russian: Константин Развозов) in Birobidzhan in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast of the Soviet Union, Razvozov began training in judo at age 6. His family immigrated to Israel when he was 11, in 1991, at the fall of the Soviet Union. He joined the Israeli judo team and became an Israeli judo champion at the age of 16.
In the 2003 World Judo Championships, Razvozov finished seventh. He finish second at the European Championships the following year, and represented Israel at the 2004 Summer Olympics. In the final of the 2005 European Championships, he won a silver medal in the 73 kilogram weight category.
Razvozov entered politics, becoming a member of Netanya City Council. He also became a member of the Israel Olympics Committee. He joined Yesh Atid, and was placed eighth on its list for the 2013 Knesset elections. He was elected to the Knesset as the party won 19 seats. He was placed ninth on the party's list for the 2015 elections, and was re-elected as the party won 11 seats.
|2002||European Judo Championships||5th||Lightweight (73 kg)|||
|2003||World Judo Championships||7th||Lightweight (73 kg)|||
|2004||European Judo Championships||2nd||Lightweight (73 kg)|||
|Summer Olympics||9th||Lightweight (73 kg)|||
|2005||European Judo Championships||2nd||Lightweight (73 kg)|||
|European Judo Team Championships||1st||Team|||
|2009||Grand Slam Rio de Janeiro||3rd||Lightweight (73 kg)|||