Judo Grand Slam [GS] Paris Tournament Men's 100th kilometer, 3rd round, victory over two consecutive Olympics and eight consecutive World Championships, Teddy Liner [30 = France] lost to Kageura Shin [24 = Japan Central Racing Association] In response, the International Judo Federation [IJF] reported the shock in the top article on its official website on the 9th.
"Linaire's undefeated record for 10 years has been beaten by Japan's Kageura," reported the "absolute champion" who was winning 154 consecutive international competitions. "Kageura wins with an inward watermark in the extra 40 seconds to silence a crowded crowd at the liner's home. He stopped his streak at 154. A Japanese legend who was once a linen opponent, coach Yasuo Inoue [coach I couldn't hide my excitement at the table].
Liner lost the game after losing to Ukikawa Daiki in the finals of the World Championships in Tokyo in 2010, making a huge impact on the judo world.