the Charentais Kéziah Harvent at the foot of the podium of the European championships

Dominating when he entered the competition against the Turkish Mevlut Oztas, the Couronnais once again crossed paths with a Ukrainian judoka in the quarter-finals. Beaten by Samoilov in Bielsko Biala a month ago, he lost this time to Nikita Yudanov. A fight that was still within reach of Harvent, quickly surprised by the Ukrainian. During the 4 minutes of combat, the student of Guillaume Avril tried to make his delay without ever succeeding.

A complicated fight

Switched in the repechage table, Kéziah Harvent quickly dispatched his first two opponents: the Slovak Timotej Stefanik and the German Erik Dukow. For bronze, the opposition is more intense because he finds the Latvian Maksims Bizans, 2nd in Poland. A complicated fight for the Couronnais who faced with an opponent slightly superior to him had to settle for a fifth place. A disappointing result for the ambitious Couronnais who, despite having made a date with other international meetings. The Sarajevo Worlds (August 24-27) can thus be in the back of his mind.

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