In this Aug. 29, 2015, file photo, France’s Teddy Riner poses during an award ceremony of the men’s +100 kg final at the World Judo Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan. The 27-year-old heavyweight has won a record eight world championship titles, five European titles and two Olympic medals, including a gold at the London games.
In this Aug. 29, 2015, file photo, France’s Teddy Riner poses during an award ceremony of the men’s +100 kg final at the World Judo Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan. The 27-year-old heavyweight has won a record eight world championship titles, five European titles and two Olympic medals, including a gold at the London games. Alexey Filippov AP
In this Aug. 29, 2015, file photo, France’s Teddy Riner poses during an award ceremony of the men’s +100 kg final at the World Judo Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan. The 27-year-old heavyweight has won a record eight world championship titles, five European titles and two Olympic medals, including a gold at the London games. Alexey Filippov AP

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