Lee Ha-rim (Korea Racing Association) and Ahn Jae-hong (Yongin Univ.) won bronze medals at the Paris Grand Slam of the International Judo Federation (IJF).
On the 5th (Korean time), on the first day of the tournament held at the Accor Arena in Paris, France, Lee Ha-rim defeated Romarque Bouda (France) with a bout in the men’s 60kg bronze medal match. Lee Ha-rim took down Bouda within 15 seconds of the start of the game and got half of it, then entered the press and finished the match. Previously, Lee Ha-rim was defeated by Bark Iyolov Kamolidin (Uzbekistan) in the quarterfinals and was pushed into the loser’s revival match, but showed his back and stood on the podium. The gold medal in this weight category was won by Balabai Agayev (Azerbaijan).
In the men’s 66kg class, Ahn Jae-hong (Yongin University) won the bronze medal in the bronze medal match by beating Sardor Nurraev (Uzbekistan) by foul. Ahn Jae-hong lost to Bogdan Yadov (Ukraine) in the semi-finals, but won the bronze medal by beating Nurraev after a close match with a golden score (overtime). Ahn Jae-hong drew the third map (foul play) at the end of a close match for 8 minutes and 6 seconds, more than twice the regular game time. In this weight category, Yadov won the gold medal.
Highly anticipated women’s 57kg class signboard Heo Mi-mi (Gyeongbuk Athletic Association) failed to win her medal after losing in the first round to Ukrainian judo star Daria Bilodid. Bilodid, who won the 2018 and 2019 World Championships women’s 48kg class twice, raised her weight class after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Kang Heon-cheol (Yongin City Hall) in the men’s 73kg class and Lee Hye-gyeong (Gwangju Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation) in the women’s 48kg class Both also kneeled in the bronze medal match, unfortunately missing the medal. 메이저사이트