Brigitte Deydier

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Deydier,Brigitte (1958-) three-time World Champion -61 kg (134.5 lbs)/-66 Kg (145.5 lbs)

She was born in Morocco, She is a former French judoka fighting in the 66kg category, it is the first real female star of French judo, becoming 3-time world champion in 1982, 1984, 1986. She also earned a silver medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul in 1988 when women's judo was a demonstration sport.

Best Contest Techniques

UCHIMATA,KOUCHI-GARI, JUJI-GATAME

Best Competition Results Olympic Games silver Seoul 1988

World Championships gold Paris 1982 gold Vienna 1984 gold Maastricht 1986 silver Essen 1987

European Championships

gold Kerkrade 1979 (-61kg) silver Undine 1980 ( -61kg) gold Pirmasen 1984 (-66kg) gold Landskrona 1985 gold London 1986 bronze Pamplona 1988

Fukuoka Cup silver 1986 bronze 1987 Created by www.judoencyclopedia.jimdo.com