Paris Saint-Germain Judo the most represented French club at the European judo championships
With nine of its athletes selected, Paris Saint-Germain Judo will be the most represented French club at the European Judo Championships, which are set to take place in Montpellier next week.
The European Championships’ individual events will be held from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th November at the Sud de France Arena in Montpellier, and nine of Paris’s judokas will be representing France in the competition.
Amandine Buchard (-52 kg), Luka Mkheidze (-60 kg) and Walide Khyar (-66 kg) will be the first Rouge et Bleu to enter the fray on Friday 3rd November.
The next day, Marie-Ève Gahié and Margaux Pinot (-70 kg) and Alpha Djalo (-81 kg) will follow in their footsteps.
Finally, on Sunday 5th November, Audrey Tcheumeo (-78 kg), Romane Dicko (+78 kg) and Alexis Mathieu (-90 kg) will get up and running in the competition.
Priscilla Gneto (-57 kg), meanwhile, will also be in Montpellier with the France squad as a reserve.
THE PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN JUDOKAS
SELECTED FOR THE 2023 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
- -52 kg: Amandine BUCHARD (FRA)
- -70 kg: Marie-Ève GAHIÉ (FRA)
- -70 kg: Margaux PINOT (FRA)
- -78 kg: Audrey TCHEUMEO (FRA)
- +78 kg: Romane DICKO (FRA)
Reserve: +57 kg: Priscilla GNETO (FRA)
- -60 kg: Luka MKHEIDZE (FRA)
- -66 kg: Walide KHYAR (FRA)
- -81 kg: Alpha DJALO (FRA)
- -90 kg: Alexis MATHIEU (FRA)
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