North Korea loses judo event over security risk
North Korea will no longer host the judo world junior championships because of security risks amid rising political tension with South Korea and the United States.
Julianna Pena -- MMA's 'Venezuelan Vixen' -- wants to fight the good fight
Julianna Pena pulls no punches when criticizing the UFC for not yet giving her a chance at the women's bantamweight crown.
Egyptian who wouldn't shake hands sent home
Egyptian athlete Islam El Shehaby, who refused to shake his Israeli opponent's hand after their judo bout, has been reprimanded and sent home from the Rio Olympics.
Egyptian judoka refuses handshake with Israeli
Egyptian judo fighter Islam El Shehaby backed away and shook his head when Israeli opponent Or Sasson extended his hand following their match at Rio on Friday, which Sasson won.
Why fearless champ Harrison is done with judo
Kayla Harrison is now a two-time gold medalist, but she won't be chasing a third Olympic title. She's leaving competitive judo to help survivors of sexual abuse and change lives.
Harrison says no to MMA; world of pretty talkers not for her
Two-time Olympic Judo champion Kayla Harrison says she's not ready to compete in an MMA world where "you get fights based on how pretty you are or how much you talk."
Harrison lands judo gold, then takes down MMA
Judo champ Kayla Harrison said she has no plans to follow '08 Olympian Ronda Rousey into MMA for now, saying it's "a world where you get fights based on how pretty you are and how much you talk."
Is Sally Conway Team GB's happiest bronze medalist ever?
Judo medalist talks to ESPN about her 'Believe' tattoo and how she's feeling the day after her triumph in the bronze medal match.
Caple: Stevens (U.S.) earned silver in judo, but that's a sliver of the story
Stevens, competing in the 81-kilo class in judo, battled staph and cellulitis to get to Rio. But he never had to battle for respect with his fellow martial artists.
American Malloy devastated after upset loss in judo
American Marti Malloy, a disciple of judo legend Yoshihiro Uchida, had her eye on gold at Rio after winning bronze in 2012. So she was devastated after her early-round loss.
Silva wins judo gold for Brazil's 1st of Rio Games
From the favela to the top of the podium, Rafaela Silva earned Brazil's first gold medal of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
One more Olympics for the father of American judo
At 96, Yoshihiro Uchida may be witnessing his last Olympic Games. But his impact, both on the sport of judo and the lives of Japanese-Americans, will be felt long after he's gone.
Aussies in Action Rio 2016
When are the Australian athletes competing in Rio de Janeiro?
WHO rejects call to cancel Rio Games over Zika
The WHO maintains that despite the increased number of infections because of the Zika outbreak, there is "no public health justification" for calling off the Rio Games.
Rules of the game- Judo
Rules of the game- Judo
The Conversation: Judo champion Kayla Harrison
Looking for a gold repeat in Rio, Kayla Harrison paused from her intense training to talk about her mindset, her journey from sexual abuse survivor to advocate, as well as her plans after judo.
Six Russian weightlifters banned for doping
The Russian anti-doping agency says six weightlifters, including former world and European junior champions, have been banned for doping offenses.
Congo judo athletes vying to make refugee team
Popole Misenga and Yolande Mabika, who are judo athletes from Congo, are among 43 athletes vying for a spot on the first-ever Refugee Olympic Team.
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2