Jules Walquevis Receives Coveted Black Belt in Judo: A Reward for Dedication and Progress

The doors of the judo section of the MJC of Ancerville closed on Tuesday, June 27, for a well-deserved vacation after a busy season. The final meeting for the proteges of Marie-Christine Monnet, who trains the long-time aspiring champions, was set for Saturday June 24, during the gala celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Marnaval – Saint-Dizier judo club, whose Ancervillois section is an antenna. After a common warm-up, each age group was able to put into practice, through demonstrations, the techniques learned throughout the year, in front of a large audience and not stingy with applause. The young people then received their new belts, symbols of the passage of grades, as well as the warm congratulations of their coach.

White-yellow belt: Kieran Chirol, Romane Claisse, Raphaël Dubossu, Charly Gadot, Louka Guillaumé, Ethan Job, Linaël Lauvergeon, Ilan Potron, Andréa Schuck and Malo Toussaint.

Yellow belt: Ayden Guérin-Méranger, Tom Guillon, Léonie Hermand, Jeanne Robert, Margot Jobert, Alice Kreit, Julian Laguerre, Elio Lepesqueur and Mia Pierre

Yellow-orange belt: Emma Hermand, Clémence Jobert, Arthur Lienard, Déborah Noël-Jolibois and Emie Saussure

Belt Orange : Manoé Chaptinel et Eva Gaiche

Ceinture orange-verte : Doriann Aubriot and Ylan Snailburger

Green belt: Eugenie Menissier

A young judoka was particularly distinguished. Indeed, Jules Walquevis was awarded, by Francis Clerget, Friday, June 23, the coveted black belt, the second of the season for the MJC of Ancerville after that of Lenny Jacquemin in November 2022. It should be remembered that the minimum age required to obtain the black belt is 15 years, and that Jules will have them next August. It is the reward of eleven years of learning, competitions won, hours of intensive training. If Jules remained in Ancerville until the chick level, he has been coached for five years at Marnaval by Mohamed Ouali, who will try to lead his foal to the highest peaks. This is the ambition displayed by Jules who, determined, will enter second at the Pôle espoir in Reims. “I know it will be difficult to combine studies and judo,” he said, “but I want to give myself the means to succeed.” We bet that his stubbornness will lead him in the footsteps of his model, Axel Clerget, Olympic medalist.

Judo lessons will resume on Tuesday, September 12, at the following times: from 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. for children born in 2017, 2018 and 2019; from 6:50 p.m. to 7:50 p.m., for children born in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and beginners, born in 2012 and 2013.

The black belt suits Jules so well, rewarded with constant effort and progress.
2023-07-05 03:36:20
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