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The son of Teddy Riner had a hard time understanding that the double Olympic champion could lose, in early February, during the Paris Tournament.

Almost ten years since Teddy Riner had tasted defeat. During the last Paris Tournament, the French judoka, turned towards the Tokyo Olympics which were to take place this summer, had fallen in the third round of the Parisian Grand Slam.

A setback against the Japanese Kokoro Kageura who put an end to an invincibility of almost ten years and a series of 154 victories in a row.

Strangely, the two-time Olympic champion found some relief there. “You don’t know how much it relieves my shoulders,” he said in the locker room a few moments after the defeat, nevertheless acknowledging: “It feels weird anyway. I didn’t fall, I tripped. »A sequence captured by France 3 cameras as part of a documentary on Guadeloupe.

The other one, he cheated?

And if Teddy Riner quickly saw reasons to be positive, his young son had a hard time understanding this defeat. “Why daddy, he had ‘0’ and the other had ‘1’? “, He immediately asked, incredulous, to his mother. The latter’s response – “Because he lost” – did not seem to be enough for him. “The other one, he cheated?” “, He indeed then relaunched.

And it was not the minutes needed to go down into the locker room that dispelled his doubts. “Did you win the medal? “He immediately asked his father, who replied:” No, dad, he didn’t win today, he messed up! “If you don’t have a gold medal, do you have a silver one?” “, He then insisted. A prospect that did not seem to the taste of the colossus. “Oh no, especially not that. It’s a chocolate medal, we’re going to buy it, ”he replied.

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Miami : Son on the verge of death after his father pursued his ex-partner in a car

SCOTTSDALE – A teenager is struggling to survive after his mother’s ex-husband shot him Monday night after a chase, Scottsdale, Arizona police said.

The incident occurred Monday afternoon after a woman called 911 and claimed that her ex-husband Jason Robert Moore, 42, was chasing her in a vehicle.

At the intersection of Granite Reef and Chaparral streets, police say Moore shot the car and injured his teenage son.

The teenager was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. His mother and sister, who were also in the car, were uninjured, according to police.

Authorities confirmed that after the shooting, Moore fled the scene. Scottsdale police located him around 9:30 pm near 85th Street and Indian School Road and he was arrested without incident.

Police say he faces multiple charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault.

The suspects were supposed to buy drugs with the money

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