Antoine Valois-Fortier, with a bronze medal on her neck and victory against the reigning world champion under 81kg, will return to the game from the Paris Grand Slam, which ends on Sunday. This is the second Canadian medal in the French capital after Christa Deguchi (Christa Deguchi) in the 57kg gold medal competition.
Earlier in the day, Valois-Fortier defeated the Japanese’s first two opponents. In his third game, he needed extra time to beat Moldova’s Nikon Zaborosik.
The fourth round of the London Olympic bronze medalist ended with Waza-ari losing to the Japanese and 2018 runner-up Fujiwara Taro.
Valois-Fortier is still likely to win a medal, and he was hit hard in the draft by winning against Israel’s defending world champion Sagi Muki.
“He is still number one in the world and I want to face him before the Olympics. I am very happy to see that he doesn’t like his style, so I am sure that if I meet him in an important event, I will be able to play against him again today. he.”
Valois-Fortier (Valois-Fortier) ended his day when he won the bronze medal in an earlier fight with Portuguese striker Etienne Briand for the bronze medal. The winner will need more than 1.5 minutes of extra time to win.
Étienne Briand (-81 kg) ended his day with a score of 2 wins and 1 loss.
Shady Elnahas (-100 kg) of Ontario (Ontarian) also participated in the bronze medal competition, in which he was defeated by Arman Adamian of Russia.
Elnahas won in his first two encounters, but was later lost by Ippon to the Israeli Peter Paltchik. He returned to a rematch victory against Laurin Boehler of Austria, and then succumbed to Adamian.
In the less than 90 kg class, Mohab Elnahas returned to a 1-1 record, and Zach Burt lost his only encounter.
Kelita Zupancic (-70kg), the only Canadian player on Sunday, lost the only fight of the day in the match against Japan’s Yoko Ono.