KUO Hsing-Chun

Second after the snatch, Dora Tchakounte failed to climb on the -59 kg podium. With a total of 231 kg, the Frenchwoman has to settle for fourth place. The Japanese ANDOH Mikiko lifted a kilogram more than her thanks to her last try in the clean and jerk.

In this category, KUO Hsing-Chun flew over the debates . The representative of Chinese Taipei is the only one to have lifted more than 100 kg in both sets. With 236 kg, she set a new Olympic record and lifted 19 kg more than Polina Guryeva, her runner-up.

Women’s -59 kg podium

🥇 KUO Hsing-Chun (TPE)

🥈Polina GURYEVA (TKM)

🥉ANDOH Mikiko (JPN)

JUDO

Clarisse Agbegnenou holds her Olympic final

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Clarisse Agbegnenou is back in the final of the Olympic Games. And as in Rio 2016, she will face Tina Trstenjak for the supreme title.

To have the right to take revenge on the Slovenian, the five-time world champion beat Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard in the semi-finals. After a first waza-ari on a backswing that was canceled by video refereeing, she scored a second on a leg kick.

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