The latest Olympic judo news and information.
Edith Bosch, the judo world champion who shoved a man at the London Olympics for throwing a bottle on the track before the men's 100-meter final, is retiring from the sport.
The Japanese Olympic Committee has cut funding for the All Japan Judo Federation and ordered it to take preventive measures as punishment for coaches' abusive training of female judokas.
The highest court in sports has upheld the decision to bar a Taiwanese taekwondo fighter from election to the IOC athletes' commission for breaking campaign rules.
Two-time Olympic judo champion Masato Uchishiba was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for raping a female member of a university judo club in 2011.
Japan's judo federation says head coach Ryuji Sonoda used violence against athletes at a training camp before the London Olympics.
Myles Porter of the United States won the silver medal in 220-pound judo at the Paralympics on Saturday.
Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison is enjoying her victory tour so much she is no longer ruling out a return in Rio de Janeiro in four years.
Anthony Obame made Olympic history just by losing.
South Korea and Argentina won Olympic taekwondo gold Friday in dramatically different finals.
American taekwondo fighter Paige McPherson knocked out British world champion Sarah Stevenson in the first round of the women's 67-kilogram division at the London Olympics.
There will be no taekwondo gold for the Lopez family at the London Olympics.
Turkey's Servet Tazegul has won the Olympic taekwondo gold medal in the men's 68-kilogram division.
Britain's Jade Jones has won the country's first taekwondo gold medal.
Diana Lopez of the United States has lost her opening-round match at the London Olympics, falling in overtime to two-time world champion Hou Yuzhuo of China 1-0 in the women's under-57-kilogram division Thursday.
Wu Jingyu is on top once again.
American judo fighter Nick Delpopolo was expelled from the Olympics on Monday for doping, saying he unintentionally ate something before the Games that had been baked with marijuana.