Sport Olympics Tokyo 2021: the mother of Clarisse Agbegnenou hilarious after the gold medal in judo won by his daughter!
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Asked a few minutes after the Olympic victory of Clarisse Agbegnenou, his mother Pauline has engaged in a great analysis!
For the uninitiated, the judo rules can sometimes be complicated to understand, even when the mother is an Olympic champion! Only minutes after the coronation ofthis Tuesday, July 27 in the category of less than 63 kilos, emotion, Pauline, mother of the new champion met the questions from our colleagues RMC Sport. An interview which clashes! , family of mother does not hesitate to reveal a secret, she says, that led so far ...
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" I take my hat off to him. Clarissa, it's a girl who listens to his parents!"
"Clarissa, I congratulate her, she worked for! Wanting is power, she wanted that medal, and she had it. I tip my hat. Clarisse is a girl who listens to her parents! Although she is 28, she listens to her parents, she listens to advice, and implements them. I have no words, I just told him congratulations, that's ... Wow !! " But no question of all the credit!"When you see the ground, we do not know who won, who lost?" she continues to listen, that's all I have to say is the daughter mom what! She knows I like it, it always will be, even if it is in the home, she will always be the girl to mom! "
Besides, how did you lived this competition from France, where sports families are staying because of health constraints? "Apart from the first fight, the other three it was torture for everyone, it was hard! Because we know you do not do judo, so when you see the ground, it is not know who won, who lost? this is torture! Fortunately, that's well done! in any case, bravo, bravo, bravo! Bravo to those who believed in it, congratulations to Clarisse! We will be a little selfish, but congratulations to the parents as well, and that's it! " An interview that, like the medal of her daughter, is worth its weight in gold!
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's mother Clarisse Agbegnenou congratulate his daughter live on RMC.- RMC Sport (@RMCsport)
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