Feb 18, 2013
Alamogordo Daily News
Column: For judo's giant Teddy, life lonely at top
France's Judoka Teddy Riner, center left, jokes with athletes after a training session at France Judo Institute in Paris, Tuesday, Feb.
Judo star Riner faces moment of truth
After four years of dominating heavyweight judo and mulling over the one that got away, Teddy Riner will face his moment of truth when the Olympic judo competition begins on Saturday.
The Japan Times
Women judoka excel while the men fall in heavyweight divisions
Japan saw yet another disappointing campaign in the men's two heaviest categories at the Grand Slam Tokyo meet Sunday but won all three women's titles on offer.
Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Pakistan triumph at Hong Kong Sixes HONG KONG: Blistering half centuries by Abdul Razzaq and Sohail Tanvir guided Pakistan to a 35-run victory over England to be crowned champions at the Hong Kong Sixes on Sunday.
Judo: Tangriev wins world open crown
TYUMEN: Uzbek veteran Abdullo Tangriev, the Olympic silver medallist, won the world open championships title by beating Hungary's Barna Bor by ippon in the final bout of the event here on Sunday.