When it comes down to the ins and outs of a fight, what is the crucial factor that wins someone a gold medal at a Grand Prix, at a Grand Slam, at a World Championships?
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A fantastic example from the 2018 Tunis Grand Prix of how to catch an opponent after a poor technique - Garcia Mesa executes a great Uchi mata catching her opponent for an unexpected Ippon.
Neil Analyses the great gripping which puts Shavdatuashvili in the driving seat in his Semi Final in the 2018 Paris Grand Slam.
Rising star Daria Bilodid (UKR) stuns reigning World champion Tonaki Funa of Japan with strong gripping and an explosive Ouchi gari to progress into the 2018 Paris Grand Slam Final.
Canada's Arthur Margelidon produces an unorthodox Seoi nage, fully lifting his opponent and throwing off the opposite shoulder.
Anastasiia Konkina (RUS) capitalises on a half-hearted Ouchi gari attempt from France's Sarah Harachi.
Matjaz Trbovc (SLO) combines ashi waza with some great te waza to combat the high grip from his opponent and end the contest.
Armenia's Ferdinand Karapetian shows some slick transition to catch Denis Iartcev (RUS) with Sode guruma jime.
Prisca Awiti Alcaraz (MEX) produces a huge Osoto gari despite having both sleeves pinned by USA's Alisha Galles.
Johannes Frey (GER) uses speed to his advantage to catch out his opponent in his new weight category of +100KG.
Jorge Fonseca (POR) makes Toma Nikiforov (BEL) pay for over reaching with Osoto gari with a massive counter.
Neil takes a look at an unusual roll in ne waza from Sergiu Oleinic (POR). Complete control means no way out for his opponent.
Sasaki of Japan manages to maintain his balance after a big attack from Mollaei (IRI), readjusting to switch the direction and using the momentum to score Ippon.