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With the Olympic Games approaching, a number of big names competed at The Accorhotels Arena on the opening day of the Paris Grand Slam.


Paris, city of lights. A source of inspiration and innovation all over the world.

The Accor Hotels Arena is the stage for an epic showdown. Since the Olympic Games are just a few months away, the stakes are very high. In its monumental 50th edition, who will advance to the Paris Grand Slam…

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A variety of kata, art and dance performances were performed for the fans in the arena before the judokas came out for the finals!

The gold medal in the -60 kg was won by Luka Mkheidze – a great home win for the French! Mkheidze won on penalties. He delighted the French audience with his performance.

IJF partner and OTP Bank President Sándor Csanyi was present to present the medals in the -60 kg.

“I’m very happy because I had never won a Paris tournament.” “This year is a big party because it is the 50th edition of the Paris Grand Slam and I am happy to mark the occasion,” said Luka Mkheidze.

-48 kg France’s Shirin Boukaly won her first Paris Grand Slam gold medal – defeating Japan’s Koga Wakana with a hold down in the final. A joyous victory in their home country, with their fans cheering them on.

The -48 kg medals were presented by Milo Đukanović, former President of Montenegro.

Shirin Boukli said, “It’s special because with the public you have more energy. When it’s a tough fight you need to put in a little more effort to push yourself, and yes, win like this.” “For I need it today.”

In the -52kg, Destrya Krasniqi, the -48kg Olympic champion, faced a tough fight from Briton Chelsea Giles. The Kosovan achieved a vaja-ari to capture her third Paris gold medal.

IJF Vice-President Laszlo Töth presented the medals.

In the -66 kg, newcomer Takeshi Takeoka overcame veteran Joshiro Maruyama in a golden score with waza-ari. An impressive victory.

IJF General Treasurer Nasser Al Tamimi presented the medals.

Faiza Mokdar earns her first World Judo Tour gold medal on home turf in the -57kg! She threw Double World Champion Krista Deguchi for ippon in the first minute, to the delight of the fans!

IJF Secretary General Lisa Allen presented the medals.

Spectacular ippons throughout the day enthralled the crowd of local French athletes!

The Paris Grand Slam is a tradition, a spectacle – join us tomorrow for more epic judo.


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