Here’s a story that could disrupt the season (or career) of some French judo champions. Clarisse Agbegnenou , winner Paris tournament (-63kg) and the Grand Prix of DÃ¼sseldorf (Germany), Priscilla Gneto (-52kg) Olympic medalist, and Fanny Posvite , all selected for the next European Championships are denied the tatami by the INSEP, following an altercation with Anne Fatoumata M’bairo (78 kg) for a boy affair.
The surroundings of the case are still fuzzy. Last Friday, Clarisse Agbegnenou and four other friends with Priscilla Gneto would be in the chamber of Fatoumata M’bario to settle a dispute. And then followed a fight.
“We are all shocked by what happened, but I have no clear idea about what happened. We asked them questions but did not investigate, we are not policemen. Today, I cannot say anything other than that Clarisse and Anne are fought. And it is already unacceptable. And even more so in the enclosure of INSEP, “ said in the columns of L’Equipe Marie Smith , Director of the high level.
M’Bairo is suffering from shoulder pain, headaches and nausea. Having been denied the Tatami by the direction of the INSEP, Gneto and Agbegnenou could miss the European Championships in Budapest (from 25 to 28 April).
Indeed, the parents of Anne Fatoumata complained and the accused are suspended from the court decision.