by Levi Nile
Since the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, the United States have earned 10 medals for Judo: all of them silver or bronze. Now, they are aiming high, looking for their first-ever gold medal at the 2012 London Games... Read More »
by John Rozum
The story of these London Games in judo, weren't so much the rise of European nations, but the surprising decline of success of the country where the sport was born... Read More »
by Nathan McCarter
Kayla Harrison's difficult road has been well-documented. Now, with that behind her, she focuses on fulfilling her Olympic dreams... Read More »
by Gil Imber
After securing just one bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games— Ronda Rousey 's middleweight bronze was the first piece of hardware in U.S. women's history—Team USA has nowhere to go but up in the 2012 Games... Read More »
by Jonathan Snowden
Part one of this two part series focusing on Ronda Rousey and the art of judo can be found here . Strikeforce bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey wasn't the first judo player ... Read More »
by Matt Scott
Fans of the UFC can be an impatient sort. They love the KO artists, but boo the submission kings. Fights in the clinch agitate them, and decisions disgruntle. This post goes out to the fighters who fight to win, often at the expense of their fan base...
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