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Episode #143: Vulgar Clowns, and Martial Arts

Episode #143:  Vulgar Clowns, and Martial Arts

In this episode:

Zero time world champion blue belt John Haskell is in; Beau is expecting a special guest, and has a test coming up; clowns who lure children into the woods, and other pedophilic professions; an article discussing women and martial arts uses a horrendous 128 more words


Olympians Visit Fenway

This week, the Boston Red Sox have welcomed Olympic medalists from the 2016 Rio Games to Fenway Park to be recognized for their victories in competition during several special pre-game ceremonies. 603 more words

Badass Women: 2016 Olympics, Part 2

As the 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close this weekend, I thought we should have another Badass Women post honoring the amazing women athletes competing this year. 1,022 more words

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Marblehead's Kayla Harrison Wins Second-Straight Olympic Judo Gold

RIO DE JANEIRO (CBS) – There’s just no stopping Kayla Harrison.

In London, the Marblehead resident was the first American ever to capture Olympic gold in Judo. 147 more words


Kayla Harrison Could Be UFC's Next Big Star

Kayla Harrison defeated France’s Audrey Tcheumeo to win her second gold medal in the 78-kilogram weight class.

BACK. TO. BACK. 🏅🏅@Judo_Kayla has made HISTORY as the first U.S.

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U.S. judoka Harrison wins second Olympic gold medal

Four years after winning her first Olympic gold medal, American judoka Kayla Harrison added to that collection Thursday afternoon.

After rolling through her first three matches, more effort was required of Harrison in her gold medal bout against France’s Audrey Tcheumeo. 189 more words

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U.S. judoka Harrison advances to gold medal match

American judoka Kayla Harrison is now one win away from her second consecutive Olympic gold medal.

Harrison needed just 1:43 to defeat Slovenia’s Anamari Velensek by ippon in the semifinal round of the 78 kg weight class, the third straight match in which she’s won in less than two minutes. 123 more words

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