judo. Clarice Agbenio took her place today, taking gold in the under-63kg category, taking home her fourth tri-color judo medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and Sams charmer overall for France. Discover all the results and program of the French.
[Mis à jour le 27 juillet 2021 à 11h56] France’s judo continues to shine at the 2021 Olympics this Tuesday, with a fourth podium and a first Olympic title for this edition: after the silver medals of Sarah Leonie Cizek (-57 kg) and Amandine Bouchard (-52 kg), in the bronze by Luca Mkhidze (-60 kg), it is The eagerly awaited Clarice Agbigno is the one who has already set the record for Team France at this Olympic Games, in the most beautiful way. The delegation’s tricolor flag carrier has already won the final in the under-63kg category against Slovenian Tina Trstenjak, who beat him in the Rio Olympics final in 2016. A big revenge for Agbeno, who presented the first gold medal in French judo at the Tokyo Olympics.
Remember that on Monday, Sarah Leonie Cisek won silver in the -57kg category after a frustrating final against Canada’s Jessica Klimkett. In fact, the fight ended with the disqualification of the French arbitrator, who was punished for being thrown to the ground by lying on her head, a prohibited gesture. Amandine Bouchard won the silver at -52kg on Sunday (he defeated in the final against Japan’s Ota Abe) and Luka Mkhedze won the bronze in the -60kg category on Saturday. French judo hopes will also subside in the coming days on Teddy Rayner (Friday), in search of a third Olympic crown after London and Rio and above all in the race to become the most Olympic medal-winning judoka (he also took a bronze medal in Beijing).
In total for this Olympics, there are 15 events, and seven men’s, seven women’s and a mixed event for the first time this year in the Olympics.
- Men: -60 kg, -66 kg, -73 kg, -81 kg, -90 kg, -100 kg, +100 kg.
- For women: -48 kg, -52 kg, -57 kg, -63 kg, -70 kg, -78 kg, +78 kg.
- By mixed teams: men -73kg, -90kg, +90kg; Women -57 kg -70 kg +70 kg.
in women Sherine Buckley (-48 kg), Amandine Bouchard (-52 kg), Sarah-Leonie Cesek (-57 kg), Clarice Agbigno (-63 kg), Margo Pinot (-70 kg), Madeleine Malunga (-78 kg) , Roman Deco (+78 kg)
in men Luca Mkhidze (-60 kg), Kilian Le Bloch (-66 kg), Guillaume Chaine (-73 kg), Axel Clairgate (-90 kg), Alexandre Eder (-100 kg), Teddy Renner (+ 100 kg).
Double Olympic champion Teddy Reiner plans to celebrate his specialty date at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. To watch the first laps of the over-100kg class, get up early since the competition begins at 4am on Friday. July 30, while the finals are scheduled to be around 10 a.m.
Rio silver medalist Clarice Agpegno is one of the big chances for a medal for the French delegation at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. To follow the French, she must get up at 4am on Tuesday 27 July for the first rounds in the under-63kg category. As for the finals, it will start at 10 am.
Judo is the first notable event of the 2021 Olympics and takes place during the first week, from July 24 to 31 at 4 a.m. for the qualifying rounds and 10 a.m. for the finals. Here is the complete calendar of competitions
Saturday 24 July:
- Judo (F): Final -48kg from 10:00am.
- Judo (middle): Final -60kg from 10:00am.
Sunday 25 July:
- Judo (France): Final -52kg, from 10:00 am.
- Judo (middle): Final -66kg, from 10:00 am.
Monday 26 July:
- Judo (France): -57kg final, from 10:00 am.
- Judo (middle): Final -73kg, from 10:00 am.
Tuesday 27 July:
Judo (France): Final -63kg, from 10:00 am (elimination rounds 4:00 am).
Wednesday 28 July:
- Judo (France): Final -70kg from 10:00 am
- Judo (middle): Final -90 kg from 10:00 am
Thursday, July 29:
- Judo (France): -78kg final from 10:00am.
- Judo (middle): -100kg final from 10:00am (elimination rounds from 4:00am)
Friday 30 July:
- Judo (France): final + 78 kg from 10 am
- Judo (men): +100 kg final, starting at 10:00 am.
Saturday 31 July:
Judo (for teams): Final from 10:00 am.
Sunday 1 August:
Mixed Judo Team: Final from 10:00 am.
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