• Osotogari : pourquoi avoir donné à une prise de judo le nom d’un fromage basque ?.

    Tu sais, le judo est une sorte de danse pour les costauds. .. alors bouge, petit ! Danse !.

Anis Chedli Judo
16 May 2016, 04.08

Year Tournament Place Weight class 2010 African Judo Championships 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg) 1st Open class 2009 Mediterranean Games 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)s 2008 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg) 2nd Open class 2007 All-Africa Games 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg)s 2006 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg) 3rd Open class 2005 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg) 3rd Open class 2004 African Judo Champio...Read more

Year Tournament Place Weight class
2010 African Judo Championships 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
1st Open class
2009 Mediterranean Games 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)s
2008 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
2nd Open class
2007 All-Africa Games 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg)s
2006 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
3rd Open class
2005 African Judo Championships 1st Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
3rd Open class
2004 African Judo Championships 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
3rd Open class
2002 African Judo Championships 2nd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
1st Open class
2001 African Judo Championships 3rd Super heavyweight (+100 kg)
1st Open class

Anis Chedli Judo
16 May 2016, 04.08

Anis Chedly (Arabic: انيس الشاذلي‎; born February 19, 1981) is a Tunisian judoka who competed in the super heavyweight division (+100 kg) and open class.[1] He is also a six-time African, and two-time World Cup champion in the same category, and won the gold medal at the 2007 All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Chedly was eliminated in the first preliminary round of the men's +100 kg, after being defeated by France's Teddy Riner, who eventually won the bronze medal...Read more

Anis Chedly (Arabic: انيس الشاذلي‎; born February 19, 1981) is a Tunisian judoka who competed in the super heavyweight division (+100 kg) and open class.[1] He is also a six-time African, and two-time World Cup champion in the same category, and won the gold medal at the 2007 All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Chedly was eliminated in the first preliminary round of the men's +100 kg, after being defeated by France's Teddy Riner, who eventually won the bronze medal. He was also the nation's flag bearer at the opening ceremony.[2]