Judo

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After loosing to Tyriq in his first match, Myles wins his next 3 matches by Ippoin and now in his 5th match fights Tyriq for Gold. But Tyriq hasn't been beaten yet until now. This is a true double elimination tournament so Myles has to beat him again. Too bad the referee's determined the gold medal match and not the kids.

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Youth & Scholastic National Championships 66kg FInal (2011)
Grand Rapids, MI

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Summer Ralston highlights from final match to clinch 1st place for the GA
High School Tennis Championship against Abagail Owens

5:24

Cody Uyejo becomes the 2010 High School Judo National Champion. Grassroots High School Judo National Championships in Kaneohe, Hawaii on May 29, 2010. In this match, Cody chokes out his opponent!

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T. Goya v. Kyle Tekata. This pool was round robin, but it turned out to be the match between 1st and 2nd place. Is the Referee correct? Please post your comments and let me know that you think

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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2012Full coverage of the final bout for the gold medal in the women's -48kg judo event at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Judo made its very first appearance at the Olympic Games in 1964 in Tokyo. However, it was not included in the Olympic programme in 1968 in Mexico City, but returned, never to leave again, at the 1972 Games in Munich. As for women's judo, it was added to the Games in 1992 in Barcelona.

Men and women now compete in seven weight categories. There was originally a men's category open to all weights, but this event was withdrawn after the 1984 Games in Los Angeles.

Find more about Judo at http://www.olympic.org/judo

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Uploaded on Aug 2, 2012Full replay from the ExCeL - North Arena 2 as Kayla Harrison (USA) defeats Gemma Gibbons (GBR) to win gold in the women's judo -78kg event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (2 August 2012).

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Judo made its very first appearance at the Olympic Games in 1964 in Tokyo. However, it was not included in the Olympic programme in 1968 in Mexico City, but returned, never to leave again, at the 1972 Games in Munich. As for women's judo, it was added to the Games in 1992 in Barcelona.

Men and women now compete in seven weight categories. There was originally a men's category open to all weights, but this event was withdrawn after the 1984 Games in Los Angeles.

Find more about Judo at http://www.olympic.org/judo

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