Clarisse Agbegnenou Judoka

Clarisse Agbegnenou

Clarisse Agbegnenou

  • Country:France
  • Born:25 October 1992 (24 years)
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French Clarisse Agbegnenou is the 2014 World Champion and runner-up in 2013 and 2015 in Astana. She won Olympic silver in Rio 2016. Agbegnenou is double European Champion in 2013 and 2014 and was #1 of the world U63kg. She won European and World Team titles with France. Agbegnenou won the Grand Slam of Paris three times 2013-2016 and took silver in 2017.
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Tina Trstenjak shows her superiority over arch-rival Agbegnenou

11 Feb 2017 20:50

The anticipated Rio 2016 Olympic final rematch came in the final contest on day one as Tina Trstenjak defeated Clarisse Agbegnenou (FRA). In a fitting end to a fantastic day of judo, the world, European and Olympic champion from Slovenia, who is one of the most well-drilled judoka in the sport, shut out powerhouse Agbegnenou at every turn. Read more

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Clash Agbegnenou and Trstenjak expected dream final in Paris

10 Feb 2017 18:05

The Grand Slam in Paris is the first IJF World Tour event in the road to the 2020 Olympic Games. It is comparable to the 2013 edition. In that edition the French and Japanese athletes dominated in Bercy. This weekend the forecast is the same with 28 French women 10 Japanese, a mix of experience and new generation. Read more

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The Paris feeling for the Olympic medallists

17 Jan 2017 18:05

Last weekend the first test of the new rules was in Tunis at the African Open, but the real test of most of the top athletes will be the Grand Slam of Paris. With 25 days to go the IJF interview some of the finest medallists from the Rio Olympics about their Paris feeling. Read more

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Tina Trstenjak grabs calculated gold medal and follows up Zolnir

9 Aug 2016 23:35

It wasn’t a surprise that both Tina Trstenjak as Clarisse Agbegnenou before the undisputed favourites, but it’s a quality that both reached the final at these competitive Olympics. This category U63kg is one of the most rivalled division and knows a broad list of challengers of these two. It was Tina Trstenjak who stayed cool as ever. She is as cool as Ono, as efficient as Riner and as laid-back as 2012 Olympic Champion Urska Zolnir. Trstenjak took over her legacy for a bright future of Slovenian judo. It was the only category of the 14 where none of the judoka had won an Olympic medal before. Read more

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Brazils Mariana Silva surprises the elite towards semi finals

9 Aug 2016 18:25

Only one surprise in the semi final for women, the rest is by the book. Brazil’s Mariana Silva achieved to book victories over Yarden Gerbi in the quarter final, Martyna Trajdos in the 1/8 final and Szandra Szogedi in the first round. Read more

Result City Date
2Paris11 Feb
3Grozny2016
2Rio de Janeiro2016
1Paris2016
1Jeju2015

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