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Agbegnenou wins fourth World Judo Championships gold after sensational final

Agbegnenou wins fourth World Judo Championships gold after sensational final

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Agbegnenou and Toshiro fought for more than 10 minutes before the Frenchwoman finally triumphed ©Getty Images
Agbegnenou and Toshiro fought for more than 10 minutes before the Frenchwoman finally triumphed ©Getty Images
The two friends embrace after Agbegnenou won her fourth World Championship ©Getty Images
The two friends embrace after Agbegnenou won her fourth World Championship ©Getty Images
Sagi Muki won his first world title in the men's under-81kg category ©Getty Images
Sagi Muki won his first world title in the men's under-81kg category ©Getty Images
Muki shouts as he collects the winning point in his final bout ©Getty Images
Muki shouts as he collects the winning point in his final bout ©Getty Images
Muki leaps for delight after beating Belgium's Matthias Casse at the Nippon Budokan ©Getty Images
Muki leaps for delight after beating Belgium's Matthias Casse at the Nippon Budokan ©Getty Images


World number one Saeid Mollaei, in blue, produced below-par performances in the finals to miss out on a medal ©Getty Images
World number one Saeid Mollaei, in blue, produced below-par performances in the finals to miss out on a medal ©Getty Images
Mollaei claimed to have suffered a head injury and wore a blue bandage for later fights ©Getty Images
Mollaei claimed to have suffered a head injury and wore a blue bandage for later fights ©Getty Images
Olympic champion Tina Trstenjak, in white, was disqualified for attempting an illegal move in her semi-final ©Getty Images
Olympic champion Tina Trstenjak, in white, was disqualified for attempting an illegal move in her semi-final ©Getty Images
World number 12 Antoine Valois-Fortier won a bronze medal for Canada ©Getty Images
World number 12 Antoine Valois-Fortier won a bronze medal for Canada ©Getty Images