To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Mions judo club, based in the Lyon metropolis, has invited the one with the biggest achievements in French women’s judo: Clarisse Agbegnenou, double Olympic champion in Tokyo.
On the tatami Judo Mions Metropolis this Saturday, October 9, Clarisse Agbegnenou is giving her very first judo lesson to children aged 4 to 11: chicks. For three hours, the five-time world champion initiated the little judokas.
duration of the video: 15 h min
Budding judokas delighted to meet Clarisse Agbegnenou
This three-hour course led by the five-time world champion is exceptional. His studies, his training, his competitions hardly leave him time to meet the public, here his youngest fans.
A very accessible champion
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mions judo club, this meeting with the double Olympic champion was taken last year.
“She was the number one choice for several reasons“, explains Stéphane Riboulon, president of the Mions Métropole judo club”It is the biggest prize list in French women’s judo. You’ve seen him, he’s a hyper accessible, super caring person who hasn’t taken a big head. We knew she would do the job with the kids, get them involved.”
video length: 22 h min
Clarisse Agbegnenou in internship at the Mions club
The champion willingly lent herself to a very long signing session and photos leaving lasting memories.
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