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Judo

For Rousey, history in the making

Wakefield's own earns judo bronze

Ronda Rousey (front) battles Germany's Annett Boehm to win the bronze medal in judo's 70-kilogram class. Ronda Rousey (front) battles Germany's Annett Boehm to win the bronze medal in judo's 70-kilogram class. (Olivier Morin/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
By Gregory Lee Jr.
Globe Staff / August 14, 2008

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For Wakefield's Ronda Rousey, it's time to become a normal person again. Four years ago, at age 17, Rousey was the youngest judo competitor in the Athens Games, and became one of the sport's rising stars. (Full article: 449 words)

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