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Lucie Décosse during the French medal winners' parade 2012 Summer Olympics
|Born||6 August 1981|
Décosse competed in the half-middleweight (57–63 kg) category until 2008. Thereafter, she switched to the middleweight (63–70 kg) category. She was ranked number one in the world in both categories.
Décosse won a total of 13 medals (8 of them gold) at the Olympic Games, the World Judo Championships and the European Judo Championships. She won the most important medal of her career - the middleweight (63–70 kg) gold medal - at the 2012 Olympic Games.
- Videos of Lucie Décosse in action (judovision.org)
- "Décosse prend sa retraite sur un échec". 30 Aug 2013.
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