Fighting Judo: Money for Andeol for the Grand Prize of Düsseldorf

After the appointment of Paris Bercy, judokas met in Germany for the Dusseldorf Grand Prize this weekend.

The tricolor Representative in the category under 78 kg female, Emilie Andeol bowed in the final against the Brazilian, Maria Suelen Altheman. The Martinique lost the gold medal after two penalties.

In the absence of Teddy Riner, in over 100kg, the Japanese Masaru Momose dominates the category depending on the Georgian, Adam Oukruashvili with a perfect tati-otoshi.

The French, Jean-Sébastien Bonvoisin, ranks seventh in the category.

Read also:

http://en.africatopsports.com/2013/02/25/judo-victory-to-be-won-by-gemma-at-dusseldorf/

http://en.africatopsports.com/2013/02/19/judo-four-medals-for-madagascar-in-the-tournament-in-the-indian-ocean/

 

 

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