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France's Teddy Riner retains over-100kg judo crown

Text by NEWS WIRES

Latest update : 2009-11-16

Frenchman Teddy Riner, 20, has retained his title in the over-100kg category at the world championships in Rotterdam after defeating Cuba's Oscar Bryson, with whom he shared the bronze medal at the Beijing Olympics.

AFP - Teddy Riner of France retained his +100kg crown at the judo world championships here on Sunday after beating Cuba's Oscar Bryson.
  
Uzbekistan's Abdullo Tangriev and Lithuania's Marius Paskevicius both took bronze medals.

Date created : 2009-08-30

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