Djegui Bathily (born February 25, 1977) is a Senegalese judoka, who played for the heavyweight category. He won two bronze medals for his division at the 2007 All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria, and at the 2008 African Judo Championships in Agadir, Morocco.
|Born||25 February 1977|
|Weight||141 kg (311 lb)|
Bathily represented Senegal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed for the men's heavyweight class (+100 kg). He received a bye for the second preliminary round, before losing out, by two yuko and a non-combativity technique (P29), to U.S. judoka Daniel McCormick.
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