San Salvador Pan American Open
A bye from the opening round, made up of six competitors, landed the Laval athlete directly in the semi-final round.
Deschênes, ranked 51st in the world in his weight class, quickly disposed of his first opponent, Guatemala’s Armando Pineda, with an ippon. “My day started out well, with a victory in under 30 seconds,” he said.
In the fight for the gold, Deschênes succumbed to French Clément Delvert, 56th, who managed to score a waza-ari and an ippon. “I was leading with three penalties against two, with two minutes left on the clock, but I ran out of steam and he scored twice in about 20 seconds.”
“It’s disappointing not to win a competition like this, with so few judokas, especially because the final fight was definitely within my reach. I need to find a better way to finish my fights.”
Fandomfare Gaming Entertainment no.1 source in, Gaming news, Live Game Streaming , PC Gaming & related Events E3, Gamecon and more, eSports event news and releases gaming technologies.
Fandomfare Gaming Entertainment Video Games | Game Reviews | Game Streaming |Linux Distribution | more than 20-year online gaming and following the gaming industry\
Latest posts by JADIRI GAMER (see all)
- Global esports authority, Esports Insider, announces the return of ESI New York and 2020 events - January 18, 2020
- Eternal New Set: Echoes of Eternity - January 18, 2020
- METRO REDUX COMING TO THE NINTENDO SWITCH™ - January 18, 2020