France's Teddy Riner, who won the bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics, a class over 100 kg for men's judo, expressed his intention to continue working until the local Paris tournament in 2024, three years after the match.
France's Riner lost in the quarter-finals of the men's class over 100 kilograms and missed his third consecutive Olympic title, but won the bronze medal in the bronze medal.
At a press conference after the match, Riner said, "There is also a chance to win the gold medal at the 2024 Paris Olympics," and said he would continue to be active until the next Paris Games.
He added, "Today was a tough day, but this is my fourth medal at the Olympics. I'm happy to bring the medal home for my family and team staff."
Regarding Japanese player Hisayoshi Harasawa, who played in the bronze medal match, he said, "Harayoshi is always my rival. I think he was doing his best."
He also said about his left knee, which was injured in February, "I had an impact on preparing for the Olympics, but I have worked hard to do my best."Keywords: