Teddy Riner Judoka
Teddy Riner
Teddy Riner
Country: France | Born: 7 April 1989 (34 years)
Teddy Riner is most successful judoka ever on the planet. The French heavyweight won eleven world titles, more than anyone. He is double Olympic Champion in 2012 and 2016 and took bronze in 2020 and 2008 and gold with the French team. He won five European titles. He was double junior world champion, athlete of the year and honoured world wide. Riner signed for his old club Paris St. Germain in France. Big Teddy is 2.05m and was undefeated since 2010 for 154 contests. He won the World Masters in Doha in 2021. His club is Paris St Germain. Gold at the Grand Slam in Paris in 2023.
Competitions - Medal overview
Olympic Games 3 0 2
World Championships 11 1 0
Continental Championships 5 0 0
IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix 18 0 0
World Cups/Continental Open 3 0 2
World Championships Juniors 2 0 0
Continental Championships Juniors 1 0 1
European Team Championships 0 2 1
European Club Championships 0 2 1
European Cup Seniors 1 0 0
European Cup Juniors 1 1 2
International Tournaments 1 0 1
National Championships Seniors 4 1 0
National Championships Juniors 2 0 0
National Championships Cadets 1 0 0
Event Olympic Games
Event World Championships
Event Continental Championships
Event IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix
Event World Cups/Continental Open
Event World Championships Juniors
Event Continental Championships Juniors
Event European Team Championships
Event European Club Championships
Event European Cup Seniors
Event European Cup Juniors
Event International Tournaments
Event National Championships Seniors
Event National Championships Juniors
Event National Championships Cadets
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