Haiti – Olympics Tokyo 2020 : Bad start for Haiti (Calendar of competitions)
25/07/2021 11:46:12

Haiti - Olympics Tokyo 2020 : Bad start for Haiti (Calendar of competitions)

6 Haitian athletes, 3 women and 3 men, participate in 5 disciplines at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Athletes representing Haiti and disciplines :

Judo :

Sabiana Anestor (F) (27)

Taekwondo :

Lauren Anna Lee (F) (17)

Swimming :

Emilie Grand-Pierre (F) (20) 100m breaststroke

Davidson Vincent (M) (19) 100m butterfly

Boxing :

Darelle Valsaint Jr. (M) cat. 75 kg

Athletics (M) :

Mulern Jean (28) 100 meters / hurdles

Know more about our athletes : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-34316-icihaiti-tokyo-2020-opening-ceremony-of-the-olympic-games.html

CALENDAR of sports events :

Sunday July 25, 2021 : (at Nippon Budokan)


Sabiana Anestor will have a difficult first fight against Georgian Tetiana Levystska Shukvani.

Monday July 26, 2021 : (at Nippon Budokan)


Lauren Anna Lee for her first fight will face the Croatian Matea Jelic.

Thursday July 29, 2021 : (at kokugikan Aréna)


Darrelle Valsaint Jr., who was to fight this Sunday, July 25, is qualified for the second round (without a fight) following the forfeit of his opponent. On July 29, he is due to face, depending on the outcome of the fighting, either Cameroonian Seyi Dieudonné Ntsengue’ Wilfried or Congolese Tshama Mwenekabwe David.

Sunday July 25, 2021 : (at the Tokyo Aquatic Center)


Emilie Grand Pierre (100m breaststroke)

Thursday July 29, 2021 : (at the Tokyo Aquatic Center)

Davidson Vincent (100m Butterfly)

Saturday July 31, 2021 : (at the Olympic Stadium)


Mulern Jean (100m hurdles)



In the 32nd elimination round, Sabiana Anestor was defeated on the tatami in a 2’20 fight by Levystska Shukvani (Georgia) 1 Ippon, 0 Waza-Ari against 0 Ippon, 0 Waza-Ari for Sabiana who is therefore eliminated


Emilie Grand Pierre (100 m breaststroke) in her Group of 6, finished 3rd in 1 min 14s 82 hundredth and 37th in the general classification. Unfortunately, only the first 16 swimmers in the general classification have qualified for the round of 16.


Darrelle Valsaint Jr. is qualified for the second round by forfeit of his opponent.

See also :


BF/ HaitiLibre

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