"This is Paris," says Amandine Buchard, bringing with her Romane Dicko, Audrey Tcheuméo and Priscilla Gneto. Just before the Marseillaise resounded in the bass of the Stark Arena in Belgrade (Serbia), the unofficial captain of the PSG Judo women's team wanted a last moment of communion to end these three days spent in the Balkans and celebrate the Champions League won a little earlier, this Saturday, after a totally controlled day. The first European Cup in the history of PSG omnisports in Qatar.
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"I feel relieved," said Amandine Buchard, a future Olympian at Paris 2024. It was the end of the year. It's a competition where you have to dig into resources. I'm happy that we can make history for the club. There's the individual aspect, but above all there's the team. We all fought hard to achieve this. I'm happy to be able to live this human adventure. We were expected. We answered the call. I'm really happy. After last year's 3rd place in the same Champions League, the women's section has raised its voice.
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