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Summary

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  2. Men's 81 kg, 90 kg, 100 kg, +100 kg
  3. Women's 70 kg, 78 kg, +78 kg
  4. Coverage provided by the International Judo Federation

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Results

    Men's -81 kg gold medal - Dominic Ressell (Ger)

    Women's -70kg gold medal - Yoko Ono (Jpn)

    Men's -90kg gold medal - Gwak Dong-han (Kor)

    Women's -78kg gold medal - Madeleine Malonga (Fra)

    Men's -100kg gold medal - Varlam Liparteliani (Geo)

    Women's +78kg gold medal - Idalys Ortiz (Cub)

    Men's 's +100kg gold medal - Kim Sung-min (Kor)

  2. What, when & how?

    What is it? International Judo Federation World Judo Tour - Paris Grand Slam

    When? Saturday & Sunday, 9 & 10 February

    How can I watch? The Paris Grand Slam will be broadcast live on the BBC Sport app, Connected TV and on the BBC Sport website. You can also on catch-up on all the action via the BBC iPlayer.

    Sunday 10th February

    16:00 – 18:30 - Connected TV and online

  3. Who is competing in the Paris Grand Slam for Great Britain?

    Great Britain takes a squad of 10 to the Paris Grand Slam with medal hopes for several competitors.

    Six are remaining on Sunday:

    Sunday

    -70kg: Sally Conway

    -78kg: Jemima Yeats-Brown & Natalie Powell

    +78kg: Sarah Adlington

    -90kg: Jamal Petgrave & Max Stewart

    Sally Conway
  4. What martial art should I try?

    Judo is just one of many martial arts, but which would suit you?

    If you want to get into martial arts it can be difficult to decided where to start, how do you pick between kung-fu and jui-jitsu?

    Fear not, our friends at CBBC have come up with a handy quiz to help you decide.

    Find out which of nine martial arts you should try here.

    Martial art
  5. Get Inspired: How to get into judo

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Judo roughly translates as 'gentle way' in Japanese, and though it can appear to be anything but gentle, it's skill, technique and timing that will see you gaining different colour belts as you improve.

    Judo is one of two martial arts included in the Olympics, and it is easy to try it, with all clubs registered with the British Judo Association offering free starter sessions and 'judo gi' (uniforms) to borrow.

    Use their club finder to get started, or try the NI Judo, Judo Scotland and Welsh Judo websites.