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Judo: Said Moulay is expected to compete in the Tel Aviv Grand Prix - Walla! sport

2021-02-04T16:19:17.398Z

The judoka who no longer competes under the Iranian flag intends to reach a competition that is scheduled to take place in Israel in two weeks, but is in doubt due to the closure.



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Judo: Said Moulay is expected to compete in the Tel Aviv Grand Prix

The judoka who no longer competes under the Iranian flag intends to reach a competition that is scheduled to take place in Israel in two weeks, but is in doubt due to the closure.

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Yaniv Tuchman

Thursday, 04 February 2021, 18:07

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Judoka Said Moulay intends to reach the Tel Aviv Grand Slam.

It is still unclear whether the competition will be held in two weeks due to all matters of closure and flights, but if the competition is to be held Mulai announced he would arrive and register for the competition.

Mulai, as I recall, no longer competes under the Iranian flag.

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The French Teddy Reiner also registered for the competition and has a plane ticket, but only before the competition, it will be possible to know if he will come because he has often canceled participation in competitions.



Meanwhile, the entire men's and women's judo team is immune to the corona, so in this respect, they feel quite safe in the judo association.

Chairman Moshe Ponti: "We have been preparing for the competition for two weeks and I hope that we will receive all the approvals and that we will be able to hold the competition, which is so important for judo and Israel."

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