Source Pravda.Ru

Two golds give Netherlands Elmont and Bosch

Guillaume Elmont won the men's 81-kilo title and Edith Bosch the women's 70-kilo crown Friday to earn the Netherlands its first gold medals at the 24th World Judo Championships. Elmont beat Abderahman Benamadi from Algeria in the men's title match, while Bosch prevailed over Gevrise Emane from France for the women's 70-kilo gold. Japan earned its second gold medal of the championship when Izumi Hiroshi overcame Ilias Iliadis from Greece in the men's 90-kilogram division, while Frenchwoman Lucie Decosse beat Tanimoto Ayumi of Japan for women's 63-kilogram title? Reported AP.

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