Four Parisians win European championships with the French national team

Faiza Mokdar (-57kg), Priscilla Gneto (-57kg), Margaux Pinot (-70kg) and Alexis Mathieu (-90kg) won the European mixed team title with the French national team in Zagreb on Sunday. Four Parisian judokas also won individual medals during the competition.

After beating Austria in their opener in the competition, the French team went on to defeat Germany in the semi-finals. In the final, the French came out on top 4-0 against their Georgian counterparts.

This victory was achieved with four Parisian judokas: Faiza Mokdar (-57kg), Priscilla Gneto (-57kg), Margaux Pinot (-70kg) and Alexis Mathieu (-90kg).

Earlier in the competition, four of the Rouge et Bleu won individual medals, including 2 golds. France's Audrey Tcheuméo (-78kg) and Georgia's Tato Grigalashvili (-81kg) won the European title, while Lasha Shavdatuashvili (-73kg) and Lasha Bekauri (-90kg), also from Georgia, rounded off the results for the capital's club by each winning bronze.

Nine Rouge et Bleu athletes took part in the 2024 European Championships in Zagreb (Croatia): Faïza Mokdar (-57kg), Priscilla Gneto (-57kg), Margaux Pinot (-70kg) and Audrey Tcheuméo (-78kg) for the women, and Lasha Shavdatuashvili (GEO, -73kg), Alpha Djalo (-81kg), Tato Grigalashvili (GEO, -81kg), Lasha Bekauri (GEO, -90kg) and Alexis Mathieu (-90kg) for the men.

‘The competition ended on a high note for the Paris Saint-Germain judokas. Four of them contributed to the success of the French mixed team. They wore our Club's colours with pride, as did the four individual medallists. With a special mention for our two Parisian winners, Audrey Tcheuméo and Tato Grigalashvili. Our athletes still have some great events ahead of them, and we will continue to work alongside them so that they can continue to shine.'
Djamel Bouras, President of Paris Saint-Germain Judo 

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