PSG Judo, under the leadership of Riner, defeated Longjumeau, FLAM 91, in the final of French team championships. The score was 3-2. Three-time Olympic champion Riner had led his team to victory against Eure Judo (FLAM 91) with ippons after 29 seconds and 22 seconds, respectively.
Although the final was more intense, Riner (33), still managed to draw positive conclusions from his first day in competition in 2022. The ten-time world champion said, "I had a great day, but it is still only the French level, therefore I will continue working." He then looked forward to the Budapest Grand Slam, which takes place July 8-10.
In October, there will be the World Championships held in Uzbekistan. He said, "All of these are just steps" as a reminder of the Paris 2024 Olympics. The Guadeloupean enjoyed the collective adventure, aided by more than 100 Parisian fans in the Grand Dome. He said that it was a group, and that adventures like this were a real joy.
PSG Judo's Teddy Riner, who participated in the revival of 2017 in Judo, is celebrating with the coronation ceremony for the women's team that won 3-1 in Blanc-Mesnil final. Marie-Eve Gahie, Romane Dicko and Romane Pola were the European champions in Paris at the start of May.