Olympic Games, Atlanta, USA, Men's Judo, An illustration showing two fighters in action

Olympic Games, Atlanta, USA, Men's Judo, An illustration showing two fighters in action

Some rare historical photographs...bill gates looking like he is "baaad" now.  He is now anti-establishment man!   Lol

Some rare historical photographs...bill gates looking like he is "baaad" now. He is now anti-establishment man! Lol

Keiko Fukuda was the most decorated female judoka in the history of judo. She was the first woman to earn the 9th dan - when she was 93. Only 4'10" and less than 100 pounds she ran her own judo studio for nearly forty years. She passed away at 99 years old on February 9, 2013. http://www.obitoftheday.com/post/43075814851/keikofukuda

Keiko Fukuda was the most decorated female judoka in the history of judo. She was the first woman to earn the 9th dan - when she was 93. Only 4'10" and less than 100 pounds she ran her own judo studio for nearly forty years. She passed away at 99 years old on February 9, 2013. http://www.obitoftheday.com/post/43075814851/keikofukuda

15 Faces to Watch at the 2012 London Olympic Games - Teddy Riner (R) of France won a bronze medal for men's judo in Beijing but it seems likely that, given his unmatched record of six world titles, he'll be vying to do better this time around.

15 Faces to Watch at the 2012 London Olympic Games - Teddy Riner (R) of France won a bronze medal for men's judo in Beijing but it seems likely that, given his unmatched record of six world titles, he'll be vying to do better this time around.

I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times. - Bruce Lee

I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times. - Bruce Lee

These 7 Comics Perfectly Capture The Attitudes You Need to Succeed

Hungary's Barna Bor and Morocco's El Mehdi Malki in men's judo  competition -multiple exposure2

17 Stunning Multiple Exposure Photos Of Olympic Athletes

Hungary's Barna Bor and Morocco's El Mehdi Malki in men's judo competition -multiple exposure2

TaihoJutsu: Ouchigari (Major Inner Reaping). Japan won gold medal in men's Judo in current Olympics with 'Ouchi'. If it works against top competitors in Olympics, it works better on the street where no rules or niceties of fair play. There you can end throw by falling on top, driving attacker into the ground. Most throws in modern Judo have origins in battlefield Jujitsu where applications were more severe. Self-defense is about survival, not medals. (Tetsudokan Jujitsu - Willoughby, Ohio)

TaihoJutsu: Ouchigari (Major Inner Reaping). Japan won gold medal in men's Judo in current Olympics with 'Ouchi'. If it works against top competitors in Olympics, it works better on the street where no rules or niceties of fair play. There you can end throw by falling on top, driving attacker into the ground. Most throws in modern Judo have origins in battlefield Jujitsu where applications were more severe. Self-defense is about survival, not medals. (Tetsudokan Jujitsu - Willoughby, Ohio)

Rio Olympics: Highs and lows from day four:      Aiming high:    Italian judoka Matteo Marconcini points at the sky after he defeats Valeriu Duminica of Moldova during the Men's Judo 81 kg elimination round.

Rio Olympics: Highs and lows from day four: Aiming high: Italian judoka Matteo Marconcini points at the sky after he defeats Valeriu Duminica of Moldova during the Men's Judo 81 kg elimination round.

Rio Olympics: Highs and lows from day four:       Tchrikishvili's emotional loss:    Avtandil Tchrikishvili of Gerogia reacts after loosing to Travis Stevens of USA during Men's judo 81 kg semifinals.

Rio Olympics: Highs and lows from day four: Tchrikishvili's emotional loss: Avtandil Tchrikishvili of Gerogia reacts after loosing to Travis Stevens of USA during Men's judo 81 kg semifinals.

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