Liana Mutia is a typical 17-year-old student who enjoys Judo.
She has one more challenge, though, than most athletes to reach her goal and become part of Team USA – she's legally blind. “The only thing that I can usually find is maybe their hands, and from there I have to find their shoulders and their head.
— A Raleigh student is taking a major step toward a lifelong, Olympic dream.Not Read the Rest Montreal, May 26, 2017 – The 2017 Canadian Judo Championships Presented by are now officially open.Although the Kata events began on Thursday, the opening ceremonies took place Friday Read the Rest Montreal, May 23, 2017 – Lydia Enman will be the youngest athlete to participate in the 2017 Canadian Judo Championships Presented by biosports.team, which are being held in Calgary from Read the Rest HOHHOT GRAND PRIX 2017 China Team / Équipe -52 kg : Ecaterina Guica -57 kg : Jessica Klimkait -57 kg: Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard -63 kg: Stefanie Tremblay -70 kg: Kelita Zupancic -66 kg: Antoine Bouchard -73 kg : Arthur Margelidon -81 kg: Antoine Read the Rest Judo Canada is the national sport governing body for the sport of judo in Canada and has overall authority to provide leadership in promotion and development as well as govern all aspects of Judo in Canada and to select and prepare Canadian teams for international Read More Priscilla Gagné received several diagnoses for her vision before specialists discovered she had retinitis pigmentosa.The rules of such competitions stipulate than contestants must keep their hands on the prize for as long as possible.If they let go they lose their place in the competition. A horn sounds as he lets go of the car and forfeits his place in the competition.