Teddy Riner won one of two golds for France in Paris ©Getty Images

Hosts France claimed two more victories on day two of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Judo Grand Slam in Paris, topping the medals table as action came to a close today at the Accor Arena.

One of the country's greatest judoka, Teddy Riner, claimed another victory in the men's over-100 kilograms final, beating Japan's Hyoga Ota.

The three-time Olympic and 10-time world champion remained undefeated today, with his last loss coming in the quarter-finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics when he lost to Russian Tamerlan Bashaev.

Uzbekistan's Alisher Yusupov defeated compatriot Shokhrukhkhon Bakhtiyorov for bronze and was joined by Youn Jae-gu of South Korea who won against Roy Meyer from The Netherlands.

The nation's other title was won by Audrey Tcheumeo in an all-French women's under-78kg final, beating Chloe Buttigieg.

Lee Jeon-gyun from South Korea and Guusje Steenhuis from The Netherlands took bronze with wins over Patricia Sampaio of Portugal and South Korean Yoon Hyun-ji.

Two Dutch gold medals were won on day two - by Noel Van'T End in the men's under-90kg and Michael Korrel in the men's under-100kg.

Noel Van'T End was one of two Dutch winners on day two of the Paris Grand Slam ©Getty Images
Noel Van'T End was one of two Dutch winners on day two of the Paris Grand Slam ©Getty Images

Van'T End claimed victory against Murad Fatiyev of Azerbaijan, with the bronzes going to Georgia's Luka Maisuradze and Ivan Felipe Silva Morales from Cuba - beating David Klammert of Czech Republic and Mihael Zgank of Turkey.

Korrel stopped a gold going the way of the United Arab Emirates, beating Dzhafar Kostoev.

Zelym Kotsoiev of Azerbaijan won against Toma Nikiforov of Belgium for third, as did Peter Paltchik of Israel over Shady Elnahas from Canada.

France were denied another gold in the women's under-70kg final, with Spain's Ai Tsunoda Roustant defeating Marie Eve Gahie of France.

Kim Polling of The Netherlands and Ellen Froner of Brazil were the bronze medallists, respectively beating Elisavet Teltsidou of Greece and Margaux Pinot of France.

Georgia took gold in the men's under-81kg final when Tato Grigalashvili took down German Timo Cavelius; and they were joined on the podium by Francois Gauthier Drapeau of France and Alpha Oumar Djalo from France.

Finally, Kim Ha-yun of South Korea defeated Maya Akiba from Japan in the women's over-78kg final; while France's Romane Dicko and Julia Tolofua defeated Turkish judoka Kayra Sayit and Hilal Ozturk for the bronze medals.