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Judo/Sambo UnderGround >> Upcoming Kayla Harrison Clinic 12/18/2010


12/9/10 6:19 PM
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gbutts
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Kayla Harrison Clinic
World Gold Medalist
Saturday, December 18th Gardena Dojo
USJF Sanction #10-12-10
SCHEDULE
9 am – 12 pm conditioning (bring running shoes and sweats)
1 pm – 4 pm clinic
CLINIC FEES:
? $30 for non-Shorai members
? $15 for current Shorai members
RESUME:
Senior World Championship Teams: 2010 (Gold), 2009
Senior Pan American Championship Teams: 2010 (Bronze)
Junior World Championship Teams: 2008 (Gold), 2006
Pan American Juvenile Championship Teams: 2006 (Gold), 2005
Pan American Infantile Championship Teams: 2004 (Gold)
Personal: A two-time National Champion before she was 18, Harrison became the third U.S.
player ever to win the Junior World Championships in 2008 after going undefeated to win the
78kg title in Bangkok. Harrison, who moved up from 63kg to 78kg in 2008, won the U.S.
Olympic Team Trials for Judo that year, but was unable to compete at the Games as Team
USA had not qualified the division. In 2009, Harrison became the second U.S. athlete ever to
compete in two Junior World finals where she won a silver medal.
Harrison made her mark on the senior international level in 2010 when she became the first
U.S. woman to win a World Championship in 26 years, going undefeated in five matches to win
the gold.
For further information contact:
Nanka Development: Dr. Robert Oishi 310.994.6917 Oishichiro@aol.com
12/12/10 7:28 AM
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judoblackbelt
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Garry- Hope everyone will take advantage of this oppurtunity. I have attended clincs by US players Pedro/Morris/Cohen/ Eldred/Pedula in my judo career and these are as good if not better than the ones I attended by world class players who reside outside the US.

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