“I am very happy. I have trained to be competitive in this event so I am glad it worked.”

“I have lived with a lot of emotion being on the podium for the last time of my career. All the difficult moments came back to my head. All the people that have supported me. Hearing to the “Marseillese” (French anthem) was extremely emotion. I had decided this would be the last one well before the Rio games. This was my personal move.”

“I am going to miss the adrenaline the most. These very tense moment in the call room, when the level goes up. But I won’t miss training at all.”

“I am going to remember how I have been able to stand after falling many times. I have come back and improved and this is going to serve me so much in my life.”

“Budapest 2017 was very well organised, like all World Championships. But what was amazing here was the crowd. It was definitely one of the best competitions of my career.”

“I have opened a restaurant in Paris, 6eme arrondissement, and I am doing coaching in companies. These are things I really enjoy doing now.”