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French judo great Teddy Riner will resume competing in July after a post-Olympics break, and has his sights set on the 2024 Paris Games, where the 32-year-old dreams of winning one last gold, he says.

The 10-time world champion, who holds the most world titles in the history of the sport, said during a training session in Rio de Janeiro he would return to competition at the Budapest Grand Slam from July 8 to 10.

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