It is the fourth day of competition in Tokyo.
For the moment, France is ranked 10th in the medal ranking, with 5 including one in gold.
The night was not extraordinary for the France team.
The Bleues du basket bowed against Japan at the opening of the tournament, Michel Bourez was eliminated in surfing and Léonie Périault achieved a fine but insufficient 5th place in triathlon.
All the results of the French are here.
No worries, however, we can always dream of a Golden Tuesday with in particular Clarisse Agbégnénou, big favorite in judo, but also Loana Lecomte and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot in mountain biking.
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Here is the summary, in a few lines, of the night in Tokyo:
Surprise loss for the French women's basketball team.
For their entry into the running, the vice-champions of Europe lost (70-74) against Japan.
Another difficult day for swimming with three eliminations in the semi-finals.
Charlotte Bonnet disappointed in the 200m freestyle.
Léon Marchand and Cyrielle Duhamel stop there in the 200m butterfly and 200m medley.
The other eliminations of the night: Michel Bourez could not overthrow the world number 1 Gabriel Medina in surfing.
Emmanuel Lebesson failed in his first round in table tennis, again facing the No. 1 in the discipline Zhendong Fan (04).
The good performance of the day came from Léonie Periault even if that was not enough to get a medal.
The Frenchwoman finished 5th in the triathlon and signed the best mark in history at the Games for a tricolor.
More good news: Althea Laurain qualified first in taekwendo, with authority.
She too is aiming for a medal.
Barely enough time to say hello to Clarisse Agbegnenou, it's already won.
There it is in the quarterfinals after only 20 seconds of fighting and an ippon against his Cape Verdean opponent.
His day of glory is off to a good start!
We are starting a day that promises to be grandiose in Tokyo for France. In any case, we hope so: we are betting big on Clarisse Agbégnénou, who is competing in judo in a few minutes, and Loana Lecomte and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, our two stars of mountain biking. The race will take place from 8 a.m.