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Prescillia Lézé

Prescillia Lézé is much more than an exceptional athlete. Her career has been marked by determination and inspiring inner strength.

At the age of 8, she faced bullying at school that triggered Stargardt syndrome, leading to progressive sight loss. However, instead of letting this ordeal define her, she transformed this adversity into a catalyst for determination and courage.


She drew incredible energy from this situation, propelling her to fight as much in her daily life as on the tatamis. Her passion for judo has led her to fight in both able-bodied and para-judo categories, demonstrating her versatility and adaptability.


Her career in para-judo has been marked by a series of successes. Between 2018 and 2022, Prescillia Lézé won the title of French Para-Judo champion over 70 kg for four consecutive years. Her perseverance also led her to win a silver medal at the European Championships in 2022, illustrating her high level on the international stage. Her determination also led her to place 5th at the world championships the same year, proving her consistency in this demanding sport.

Ameteoric rise

French championship titles
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European championship
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in the World Championship

Our partnership Onet

Beyond her sporting successes, Prescillia Lézé is a source of inspiration to many, demonstrating that strength of character, determination and passion can transcend the limits imposed by circumstances. Her ability to turn challenges into opportunities is a lesson in resilience and motivation for all those who cross her path.


Prescillia highlights the values and commitments to diversity and inclusion that bring us together. In favor of a more inclusive professional world, we are honored to have Prescillia Lézé take part in events such as the European Week for the Employment of People with Disabilities within the Onet Group.

Testimony of Prescillia Lézé

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