Tricomitis is a multiple time National Judo Champion for many consecutive years. At the age of 14 he competed at his first European Judo Cup in Belgium and won all 5 of his fights. By the age of 17 Andreas had won three consecutive gold medals at the European Cup in Belgium (2005-2006-2007). Later that year he also competed and won the Flanders Judo Cup another prestige judo competition under the age of 15.
In 2007 he was selected by the National Judo Federation to represent Cyprus at the first World Youth Island Championships held in Corsica, where he won the bronze medal. After his success he competed at two A-Tournaments in Croatia and Portugal which are consider the highest level of competition for cadets. Despite the fact that more than 500 athletes from 40 countries participated in these events, Andreas managed to dominate most of his opponents winning 5 out of his 6 fights for the bronze medal in both competitions. After that he was selected as a first choice by the Cyprus Olympic Committee to compete at the Youth Olympics held in Serbia, where he placed in the top 16.
At the age of 17 he traveled to Japan in need of the highest quality of judo training which is known to be practiced at one of the toughest Universities in Japan which is Tokai University. He trained there for a few months before he earned his first black belt under the Japanese Judo Federation. He then traveled in Thailand in 2008 and Paris in 2009 where he competed at the 14th and 15th Junior World Championships respectively. In 2010 he competed at the ”Iliadis Cup” A-Tournament in Greece and the European Cup in Belgium where he won the bronze medal in both competitions. In 2011 on one of his last competitions he won the bronze at the 14th Games of the Small States of Europe.
Best Male Cadet Judo Fighter of the Year 2007 (CYP National Judo Federation)
Athlete of the Year in 2007 (Cyprus Olympic Federation)
My City 2015
Man Magazine 2016
My City 2017
Man Magazine Awards
Nominated Athlete of the Year in 2017