“They almost disconnected me”: Clarisse Agbégnénou returns with emotion to her very difficult birth

Sunday May 28, Clarisse Agbégnénou was the guest of Audrey Crespo-Mara in seven to eight. The Olympic and world judo champion returned to her very difficult birth, explaining that the doctors had announced the worst to her parents before a miracle return.

For a decade, French judo has found itself a king and a queen. If Teddy Riner dominates the tatamis in men and chains the first titles, he does not eclipse his female counterpart, Clarisse Agbegnenou. At 30, the Francilienne has one of the finest records in the history of judo: two Olympic titles and 8 world championship medals, including 6 gold. A top athlete who achieved the feat of returning to the fore at the last Worlds in Doha (Qatar) by winning another gold medal, just eleven months after giving birth to her first child, little Athena. A daily life as a mum/champion not always easy: “I’m tired every day, but I still find the strength to get up, to train. There are times when it goes, I admit that I’m starting to get tired because i do a lot of things, she confided last Wednesday on the set of TPMP.

“NI was dead, revived, fell into a coma for a few weeks”

If the birth of her daughter was such an important event for Clarisse Agbégnénou, it is above all because hers, 30 years earlier, almost turned into a tragedy. In September 2021 already, she had mentioned her first days in a coma on the set of It’s up to you. Guest of Audrey Crespo-Mara this Sunday in seven to eightshe gave more details about this period of anguish for her parents: “They had to operate on me and resuscitate me because I had a kidney that was malformed. I wasn’t breathing. They resuscitated me, but they had to operate on me, and after that I fell into a coma . SO born dead, resuscitated, fell into a coma for a few weeks“, she sums up. Before the first miracle of her life: while the doctors are considering the “unplughis parents insist on giving him some more time. “One fine day, they came, and they said to themselves: ‘Well, now it’s too late.’ Et this is the day I breathed!” she concluded. A fighter from birth, who has not finished defying all predictions…

2023-05-28 15:50:27
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