Japanese Women Kick and Punch Out a Space for Themselves in Sports

By DANIEL KRIEGER Published: August 21, 2011 OSAKA, JAPAN — The first women’s World Judo Championships held in New York in 1980 was itself a victory for judo’s female participants, who had overcome fierce opposition from officials and sectors of the public who believed it was inappropriate for women to partake in fighting sports. While … Continue Reading


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