The Mozambican, saw his qualification completed last Tuesday, after the International Judo Federation awarded him the continental quota, awarded to judokas with better performances in the last four years.”I’m very happy with the qualification(…) it was a very difficult course, I would even say it was a very complicated cycle, marked by a lot of training and championships, always very competitive, and in all of them I faced opponents very strong. But in the end I leave this cycle satisfied, stronger and more confident, because in all of them I got experience and always learned something” he said, in statements to the newspaper Desafio.Laforte won in the last African championship, held in May, in Senegal the Bronze medal in the 66kg category, and will participate for the first time in the Olympic Games in this modality, after the participation of Edson Madeira in 2008. Neuso Sigauque in 2012 (London s) and Marlon Acácio (Rio-2016).

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