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Gili Mushir after winning the gold medal at the Paris Grand Prix: "I'm glad I succeeded after a long and hard day" | Israel today


The Israeli Judaist could not stop the excitement after the personal history she noted in the prestigious competition • Gefen Primo: "Happy to start the year with a medal"

The opening day of the Grand Slam Paris, this evening (Saturday) placed Israel in second place in the medal table (after the host France), after the gold medal wins by Gili Sharr (up to 63 kg) and the bronze medal by Geffen Primo (up to 52 kg).

"I'm really happy that I was able to win my first gold medal in the Grand Slam after a very long and difficult day," Sharr said.

"I want to thank both Hershko and the rest of the training team of the women's team who accompanied me all day and didn't let me give up, Ido Bar and Charles Tsivana. Many thanks to the entire professional team and a special thanks to my sponsors. Many thanks also to my amazing family and good luck to all the competitors tomorrow."

Gefen Primo, said: "I am happy to start the season with a medal. I feel that I am improving and I want to thank my coaches and the professional team for that. A big thank you also goes to my sponsors who support me."

The coach of the women's team, Shani Hershko concluded: "A very successful day of competition for the women's team that ends with two very prestigious medals. I am very proud of the team and the athletes for their commitment and hard work, I am so happy and proud of them when it translates into prestigious medals."

Tomorrow, among others, Inbal Lanir (up to 78 kg), former world champion Sagi Muki (up to 81 kg) and Peter Palachik (up to 100 kg) will compete.

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Source: israelhayom

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